Tucson - Day 3, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Tucson - Day 3
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, October 20, 2014
It was "Stadium Day Sunday" for the Ontario Terriers in Tucson, AZ as all of the teams had the opportunity to play at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium. To kick the day off the 16U Terriers came out in fine fashion by defeating the 16U Tucson Dirtybirds 5-1. Following the game the players from both teams got the opporuntity to get to know each other better over lunch that was served in the private suites at the stadium. The 15U Terriers would play the Tucson Express in game two of the day.

Kevin Millar would start on the mound for the 15U Terriers and would be effective. Isaac Kim would lead the offensive attack with a booming double. Malkolm Barrett would come on in relief to shut down the Express. The 15U Terriers scored a run in the 7th to garner a 4-4 tie. In the finale, the 17/18U Terriers would play the 18U Dirtybirds. After a short rain delay, the Terriers would strike early in the first inning by scoring two runs after Reagan Manley doubled, Ethan Jodouin walked, Matthew Vollmer singled and Jason Wamboldt had one of his two singles. It was unfortunate that 17/18U Terriers would go on to lose 3-2. It was great day on the mound for all of the pitchers.
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