Wilson & Jewell Power Juniors In Consolation Round, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Wilson & Jewell Power Juniors In Consolation Round
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, July 27, 2012
The 16U Terriers are one win away from a trip to the semi finals in consolation play at the Premier Championship in Lubbock, Texas after 8-7 and 25-3 wins on Friday. Liam Wilson and Garrett Jewell each finished the day with gaudy numbers. Wilson and Jewell provided all kinds of offense against the Austin Slam with Wilson going 2 for 4 with both if his hits being towering homeruns and Jewell going 3-3 with a home run of his own.

Kristian Trunzer chipped in with two hits, two runs scored and an RBI while Michael Moffatt had a single and a run scored. Andrew Lonsdale and Kurt De Kock also had singles. Luke Tevlin went 3 1/3 giving up three runs and striking out two. Kristian Trunzer came on in relief and got the win. In game two the Terriers saw an offensive explosion highlighted by Wilson’s third home run of the day and Jewell’s fourth inning grand slam. Wilson finished the game 3 for 4 with four runs scored and four RBI while Jewell had a game to remember going 5 for 5 with eight RBI. Trunzer, Kurt De Kock and Matthew Plut each had multiple hits while Curtis Windsor, Andrew Lonsdale, Paul Gibson, Luke Tevlin, Steven Clewer and Brandon Paul who hit a towering home run to left field all chipped in with one hit a piece rounding out the 24 hit attack. Ryan Blankers went the distance scattering seven hits and striking out five over five innings. Next up is the Fort Worth Cats on Saturday at Lubbock Christian High School.
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