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16S Sneak Past Bp Prospects
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, June 20, 2014
The 16u Terriers were in action on Saturday in St. Catharines versus BP Prospects. The Terriers needed three runs in the fifth to come away with their fourteenth win of spring league play. Righthander Evan Lawrence got the start, struck out five and got credit for the win. Matt Correia picked up the save, retiring the final four Prospect hitters he faced. Trailing 2-0 in the fifth the Terriers mounted a three run rally.

Jack Omstead got things going with a single, advanced to second on a Willie Hotta fielders choice then scored on Jacob Martins RBI single. Next, Brendan Nieva and Matt Correia were both hit by pitches, which loaded the bases and set the stage for a clutch two RBI double by Cameron Mahler. Cameron's blast to left field gave the Terriers a 3-2 lead. Jacob Martins picked an RBI in the sixth for an insurance run. Ryan Giberson scored the fourth Terrier after he had singled and stole second. The Terriers begin their summer tournament schedule on Wednesday in Nashville. They will open the 40 team SANDLOTT WS( Select Amateur Developmental League Of Travel Teams) against Knights Baseball (Tennessee). From there they will host a tournament at Kings College, compete at the New Era Classic in Buffalo, then wrap up July at tournaments in Indianapolis and Erie Pennsylvania.
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