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Terriers Romp In Wny Can Am Final
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, June 9, 2012
After winning a thriller in the semi final 6-5 over the Buffalo Titans, the Terriers rolled to a 16-0 victory in the championship game of the WNY Can Am on Sunday afternoon. The Terriers would strike early and often for lefty starter Travis Seabrooke. With two out in the bottom of the first, Aaron Loder singled, stole second and then scored on a Jake Osborne RBI single. After stealing second, Jake crossed easily after Zack Sardellitti hit a screaming RBI double off the fence in right field.

Seabrooke was next in and he would help his own cause with an RBI single up the middle, scoring Zack. The Terriers extended the lead to 6-0 after just two innings on consecutive hits by Bruce Yari, Turner Spears and Zach Choy, and then two more by Robert Grilli and Aaron Loder. Seabrooke, who struck out seven, continued to get plenty of offense as the Terriers smashed 24 hits in all en route to the championship win. Robert Grilli 1B,1B, 1B, SB, 2RBI, 2RS Geoffrey Seto 1B,1B,1B, 3RBI, 2RS Aaron Loder 1B,1B, SB, 2RS, 2RBI Jake Osborne 1B, 1B, 2B, SB, 2RBI, 2RS Zack Sardellitti 1B, 2B, RS, 2RBI Travis Seabrooke 1B,1B, RBI, RS Bruce Yari 1B,1B, 2B, 2RS, RBI Turner Spears 1B, 1B, 2RS, RBI Zach Choy 1B, 2B, 2RS, RBI
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