Jr Terriers Romp In Final To Win Title, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Jr Terriers Romp In Final To Win Title
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, August 10, 2014
The JR Terriers won the FJSL championship on Sunday with a convincing15-6 victory over the Ottawa Knights. ‎Lefty Christian Lazar got the start on the mound before giving way to Tyler Riehl.

Christian struck out 4 and walked just one in four and two thirds innings pitched. Tyler Riehl came on to get the final out in the fifth, cruised through the sixth and closed it out in the seventh. The Terriers offense was relentless throughout the game, counting 16 hits in all. In the top of the first Robbie Cant lead the game of with a triple then scored on Elliott Curti's RBI single. After Konar Smith was hit by a pitch, Joe Tevlin stepped in and cashed both runners for two RBIS and a 3-0 Terriers lead. Ottawa got one run back in the bottom half of the inning, however the Terriers countered with a run in the second and three more in the third for a commanding 7-1 lead. Matt Vollmer, Elliott Curtis, Joe Tevlin and Mason Falbo all had hits during the three run third inning rally. Catcher Matt Vollmer lead the fourth off with a base hit to center and eventually scored the Terriers eighth run. Ottawa scratched out a run in their half to close out the fourth with the score 8-2. The Knights would not go quietly in this one, as in the bottom of the fifth they scored four times to make the score 8-6. ‎They left the bases loaded in the inning. The Terriers put the game away in the sixth when Sharan Rasan, Matt Vollmer and Elliott Curtis all crossed to make the score 11-6, then scored four more runs in the seventh for the 15-6 victory.
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