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Terriers Receive Highest Of Compliments In Nashville
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Dan (addressed to Terriers' Director of Baseball Operations, Dan Thompson), Please pass this email along to your coaches and players. I got a call today from Lem Pilkinton owner of Hit After Hit Baseball Academy who supplies some free hitting to our teams as one of our perks for the SANDLOTT Wood World Championships. He told me that the Ontario Terriers were the most well behaved and disciplined teams that have ever visited the facility.

He was thanked by each player and coach and he said that the place was picked up and left just like they found it. He even went so far as to invite them back for another day. We spend a lot of time concerning kids not being well disciplined and I think it's a great testimonial to your organization and coaches when someone actually sees exemplary behavior and takes the time to comment concerning it. I was proud of and for your teams and my association with the Terriers when I got the call. You, your coaches and players are always more than welcome to attend any of our events. I wish for you and your program much success but I can tell you based upon Lem's assessment that you're already successful because you're building great young men as well as baseball players. Thanks for all that you and your coaches do. Your actions have not gone unnoticed. I hope to see all of you back for 2015. God bless, Mickey Hiter Founder | President SANDLOTT Sports PG Super25 Regional Director cell :: (615)974-4537 email :: [email protected]
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