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Four Time State Champs Down Terriers
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, March 7, 2014
The Archbishop McCarthy SR Varsity Mavericks showed why they are the reigning Florida State High School champions on Friday night.

In fact they have won the title four consecutive years and were also crowned National Champions in 2011. After the ceremonial first pitch and the national anthems there were not a lot of highlights for the 17u Terriers, as they only managed one hit, a double by Zarley Cina. The Mavericks put up ten runs in the win, however lefty Tyler Riehl did manage to strike out four straight Maverick hitters during one stretch. The 16u Terriers also went head to head with the Maverick JV team earlier in the day. This hard fought game ended 4-3 in favor of the Mavericks. The Terriers trailed 3-2 into the seventh, rallied to tie the game, however gave up a run in the bottom of the inning for a walk off loss. All four Terriers teams play Sunday in West Palm Beach.
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