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Junior Terriers Split 4 Game Set
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, September 8, 2013
After dropping the first game of the doubleheader 2-1 on Saturday in Sarnia, the Terriers bounced back winning the nightcap 8-6.

With one and trailing 1-0 in the second inning, Mason Falbo and Drew Valade singled followed by a walk to Milton Palomino. With two out and the bases loaded, Matthew Vollmer scorched a single to centre driving in two runs and the bases cleared on an overthrow and Palomino also scored. Trailing again in the sixth inning 4-3, the Terriers struck for five more runs sending nine men to the plate. Milton Palomino and Shane Clarke led the offence with hits and Shane Clarke drew an 11 pitch walk. Elliot Curtis and Zarley Cina chipped in with two hits while Sharan Rasan, Bob Cant and Stefan Markovic all contributed with singles. Matthew Brillert pitched the middle innings for the win. Back at the friendly confines of King’s College on Sunday, the Junior Terriers struck for 12 runs in the first two innings of game one and cruised to a 14-9 win. Tyler Riehl threw 4 strong innings for the win. The offence was led by Sharan Rasan, Mason Falbo and Stefan Markovic who each had two hits, while Zarley Cina and Milton Palomino each contributed with singles. Ashton Roy helped the cause with three walks and one hit by pitcher. The Junior Terriers host Team Ontario 17u and 18u teams next Saturday and Sunday.
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