Srs Close Out Missouri Trip With Win, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Srs Close Out Missouri Trip With Win
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, July 19, 2014
The SR Terrriers won their third game of the Premier National Championship with a hard fought 7-5 victory over the Wisconsin Hitters. Lead off batter Daito Kojima (Jr-Toronto) got the Terriers off to a great start in the top of the first when he singled, advanced on a sharp single to right by Luke Tevlin (Sr-Toronto) then scored on a line drive to left by Jake Sims (Jr-Guelph). After Wisconsin t

ied the game in the bottom half of the inning the Terriers jumped right back into the lead in the second when Kojima scored again, this time on an RBI single by Kyle MacDonald (Sr-Mississauga). Daito had singled and then went all the way to third on Luke Tevlin's second hit of the game. In the top of the fourth the heart of the Terriers order was at it again, this time mounting a three run rally to take a 5-1 lead. Robert Wilson (Jr-Mississauga) lead off with a single and scored when Luke Tevlin counted another hit to the gap in right center. Kyle MacDonald followed with a double to the fence in right, scoring Tevlin. MacDonald then crossed on an RBI double down the third base line by Andrew Dickerson (Jr-Port Hope). ‎After the Terriers scored their sixth run in the top of the fifth Wisconsin mounted a three run rally in the bottom half of the inning to make the score 6-4. ‎The Terriers added an insurance run in the top of the seventh on back to back to back hits by Kojima, Tevlin and MacDonald. The pitchers went by committee in this one. Sam Turcotte (So-Toronto) threw innings one and two, Robert Wilson tossed the middle three and Jacob Kreiger (Sr-Mississauga) rounded things out with the final six outs.
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