15U Terriers Sweep Dh From Cubsmarch 10, 2014, News (Terriers Baseball)

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15U Terriers Sweep Dh From Cubsmarch 10, 2014
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, March 10, 2014
Spring training games continued in West Palm Beach on Sunday and the 15u Terriers put up two more victories.

The offense struck early and often in 11-1 and 17-9 wins over the Weston Cubs, a local south Florida club team. In game one Jeremy Veilleux had the big blow, a bases clearing double in the fifth inning. Jeremy was 2-4 and scored twice. Brandon Jones also stroked a double, scored two runs and had two RBI. Raegan Manley got credit for the win, going five innings which was a complete game because of the ten run mercy rule. He struck out six. Here is a look at the balance of the offense: Tyrus Smith 2-2, 2RBI Jordan Rapier 1-1, W, 2RS,SB Brandon Jones 1-3,D, 2RBI,W Greg Wells 1-3, W,SB Sam Knott 1-3,RBI,RS,SB Dylan Howse 1-2,W,RS,2SB Malcolm Barrett was on the mound for game two and picked up his first victory of the spring. He allowed just two runs in the 17-9 win. Tyrus Smith stayed hot going 3-5 including a double, two RBI and two runs scored. Kevin Hillsdon, Reagan Manley, Brandon Jones and Sam Knott all chipped in with hits in the blowout. Ben Abram had three RBI.
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