17U Terriers Sweep Yankees, News (Terriers Baseball)

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17U Terriers Sweep Yankees
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, May 12, 2014
The junior Terriers improved their record to 4-0 in league play by taking two from the Northern Yankees on Sunday. In game one, starting pitcher Christian Lazar threw six strong innings allowing one earned run, three hits, one walk while striking out nine Yankee batters. Duncan Jakubowski threw a scoreless seventh inning to preserve the 6-2 win. The offence was lead by Joe Tevlin with two hits including a triple and Mason Falbo, who doubled and singled.

Rob Cant, Aston Roy, Shane Clarke, Matthew Vollmer and Sharan Rasan all chipped in with singles to round out the offence. In game two scored the Terriers scored seven runs on nine hits for a 7-3 win. Elliott Curtis sparked the offence going 3-3 for the game, scoring one run with two RBIs. Ashton Roy continued to hit the ball well with two hits both for extra bases. Rob Cant, Konar Smith (double), Mason Falbo (double) and Stefan Markovic all had a hit a piece in the nine hit offence attack. Starter Tyler Riehl went four innings striking out six, while allowing two bases on balls, two runs and four hits to garner the win. Kyle Scobel shut the door in the last three innings striking out five of the ten batters he faced while only giving up two hits. Next up for the Terriers 17s is a four game home and home series with the Bulletproof squad from Niagara.
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