Tyler Reihl Mows Down Yankees, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Tyler Reihl Mows Down Yankees
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, October 11, 2014
Westfield, IN - Te‎rriers pitching continued to dominate on Saturday afternoon in Indiana. Slick lefty Tyler Reihl went five strong innings in a 7-0 Terriers victory over the Indiana Yankees in game two of the weekend tournament. The game was scoreless until the bottom of the fourth when the Terriers broke through with three runs. Drew Dickerson got the rally started when he reached on a Yankee throwing error.

Konar Smith followed with a single, then both scored on a two RBI double by catcher Joe Tevlin. Joe crossed later in the inning for the 3-0 lead. After Tyler struck out his seventh Yankee of the game in the fifth, he handed the ball over to Sam Turcotte and Duncan Jakubowski who pitched an inning each to preserve the Terriers second shutout of the day. The Terriers offense put the game out of reach with two more runs in the fifth and sixth. Daito Kojima, Jake Foden, Shane Clarke and Sharan Rasan all had hits and runs scored on route to the 7-0 win. In other action.... MATT CORREIA THROWS ONE HIT SHUTOUT After a tough 2-1 loss earlier in the day the 17u Terriers bounced back with a hard fought 1-0 win Saturday afternoon over the Farmersburg Outlaws. RHP Matt Correia was the hero in this one, going the distance on the mound with a one hit shutout. The Outlaws did not get their hit till the seventh. Matt struck out eight and walked just two. The only run of the game came in the top of the first inning. Joey Moher reached on a throwing error by the Outlaws shortstop, but was thrown out at second on Justin Wamboldt's fielder's choice. Jacob Martins followed,smashing a double that advanced Wamboldt to third. Ethan Jodouin was next in, working a walk to load the bases for Brandon Nieva.Brandon was hit by a pitch , forcing home the games only run. ‎The tournament continues on Sunday.
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