Juniors Win 5-2, Tie 4-4, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Juniors Win 5-2, Tie 4-4
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, September 13, 2013
The Terriers hosted Team Ontario to a DH at Kings College on Saturday afternoon.

The Juniors came away with a 5-2 win in game two after game one had ended in a 4-4 tie. Mason Falbo lead the offense with three hits in the 5-2 victory. Zarley Cina, Robbie Cant, Ashton Roy and Stefan Markovic all had hits in what was a very balanced Terriers attack. Tyler Riehl picked up the win on the mound. He went five solid innings, allowed just one hit, and struck out six along the way. In game one right hander Kyle Scobel threw five innings before giving way to lefty Christian Lazar, who tossed two scoreless. Robert had scattered four hits, while striking out four. The teams traded runs in the first inning, after Team Ontario took the early lead. The Terriers knotted the game in their half, when Robbie Cant scored on an Ashton Roy infield RBI. Trailing again in the fourth, Drew Valade crossed on a Sharan Rasan RBI to make the score 2-2. Team Ontario took advantage of some shabby Terrier defense and reclaimed the lead in the top of the fifth to move ahead 4-2. After Elliott Curtis scored in the bottom half of the inning to draw the Terriers within one, Ashton Roy hit a towering homer to right to tie the game again in the sixth. The Terriers got the winning run to third in the bottom of the seventh however the rally was snuffed on a 4-3 put out to end the game at 4-4. The Terriers host Team Ontario again on Sunday.
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