16U Terriers Claim Fjsl Crown, News (Terriers Baseball)

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16U Terriers Claim Fjsl Crown
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, August 11, 2014
After winning the regular season championship the 16u Terriers ran the table this past weekend, with five straight wins to claim the Ferguson Jenkins Showcase League playoff championship. Game five was a huge 7-6 come from behind victory over the Northern Yankees. The Terriers trailed ‎6-3 going into the seventh, but rallied for four runs and came away with the thrilling victory. The champs wi

ll now get some time off before heading into their 17u cycle under Manager Rick Johnston. 2014 16U FJSL CHAMPIONS Cameron Bonnano Matt Correia Ryan Cuthbert Ryan Giberson Willie Hotta Evan Lawrence Cameron Mahler Jacob Martins Brandon Nieva Jack Omstead Peter Reichling Austin Skelhorn Alex Wall Justin Wamboldt Samuel Knott
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