Senior Terriers Reaches Quarter Finals, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Senior Terriers Reaches Quarter Finals
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, July 13, 2012
In game 1 today Mike Morley led the way as the Terriers beat the Michigan Red Sox 3-1. Mike pitched 6 innings striking out 3 and not allowing a run. Brock Beirness came in and closed out the game. The Terriers offense came from Toby Handley and Zach Choy who each collected RBI singles Nick Dimpfel chipped in with a bombing double. In game 2 both Jonathan Palumbo and Zack Sardelitti hit monster home runs in leading the team to a 7-5 victory over the Indiana Chargers.

Travis Seabrooke chipped in with a game winning 2 RBI double late in the game. Also chipping in with the offense, Aaron Loder with RBI double, Robert Grilli RBI single. Brock Beirness and Bruce Shumilas shared the game with Travis Laitar coming in to close the game and get the win. Terriers play Summit City in the quarter finals tomorrow at 9:00 AM.
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