Tucson - Day 2, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Tucson - Day 2
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, October 19, 2014
Saturday was an exciting day in Tucson for the Ontario Terriers. In the morning, the 15U Terriers and the 16U Terriers went up against the Nogales Apaches.

The 16U Terriers kept the 16U Apaches close, but came out on the wrong end of a 6-1 decision. Matthew Porkolab and Tyrus Smith each threw 3 impressive innings. Despite a strong effort by Evan Elliott and Kyle Lev on the mound the 15u Terriers lost to the Nogales Apaches 5-1. The 17/18U Terriers lost a close game 5-4 against the 18U Nogales Apaches. The Apaches have won numerous State Championships and recently were the runners up. The Terriers concluded their day by meeting Shelley Duncan and the University of Arizona's legendary Head Coach Andy Lopez. After dinner, Adam Christ from Minnesota State Univeristy had a College Baseball Q&A for the players and parents. Today all of our teams will be playing at the Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium.
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