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Sr Terriers Advance To Final
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, October 12, 2014
Westfield, IN - The SR Terriers got another outstanding pitching performance on Sunday afternoon at the Fall Wood Bat Prospects Championship in Indiana. Lefty Willie Hotta went the distance in a 4-0 Terriers victory over the St.

Louis Recruits. Willie allowed just one hit in his complete game shutout. The Terriers got on the board early for a 1-0 lead. In the bottom of the first, Jake Foden walked, advanced to third on Konar Smith's double, then scored on a wild pitch. The Terriers added a second run in the third when Sharan Rasan drew a lead of walk, went to second on a balk, advanced to third on Daito Kojima's sac bunt, then scored on a clutch RBI triple by Jake Foden. Two more insurance runs came in the fifth when Shane Clarke lead the inning off with a single, advanced on a Rasan bunt, then scored when Daito Kojima slapped a ball over the second basemans's head. Daito eventually crossed later in the inning on a single by shortstop Elliott Curtis. The Championship game goes at 4pm Sunday afternoon.
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