Srs Rolling At Labour Day Classic, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Srs Rolling At Labour Day Classic
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, August 31, 2012
The SR Terriers Blue have won four out of five games so far this week and have advanced out of pool play and into the semi- finals at the Brock University Labour Day Classic. The Terriers were hosted to a double header at the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in St Marys on Tuesday. They came away with a sweep over the University of Windsor (5-4) and Laurier University (8-3). Jake Osborne, Cal Murphy, Liam Wilson and Marcus Dicenzo all had extra base hits in the win over Windsor.

Matt Beaton recorded the win on the mound. Jeff Baggaley started against Laurier and got the win. Luke Tevlin and Cal Murphy had two hits each while Pat Coughlin, Jake Osborne and Nick Dimpfel all chipped in with one. After dropping game one of the Labour Day Classic to Laurier, Scott Vandevalk's ( SR Terriers Blue ) team rebounded with consecutive wins over St Clair College (15-9) and Team Ontario (3-1). In the 15-9 victory over St Clair, Pat Coughlin hit a home run, a single and had three RBIs. Kyle Thalheimer had two hits, two walks and scored three times. Luke Tevlin also had two hits and scored three runs. Toby Handley rounded out the offense with three runs scored and two hits including a triple. Kyle Thalheimer lead the way offensively in the victory over Team Ontario. He had a triple, two singles and scored two runs. Jacob Krieger- Hughes went six strong innings on the mound, striking out three. TJ Baker came on in the seventh for the save. This game was highlighted by several defensive gems up the middle by second baseman Geoff Seto. The semi finals go Sunday morning at 10:00am.
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