16S Continue Early Season Roll, News (Terriers Baseball)

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16S Continue Early Season Roll
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, May 13, 2015
The 16u Terriers remained undefeated sporting a 5-0-1 record as of Sunday afternoon. After a pair of victories on Saturday (4-3 and 11-4) over the BP Prospects the Terriers wasted a tremendous pitching performance by Ethan Seaver Sunday morning in a game that ended in a 4-4 tie.

Ethan allowed just three hits through six innings of work but was let down by his defense. None of the runs were earned. Trailing 4-2 in the sixth, Brandon Job tied the game with a clutch two RBI triple off the fence in right scoring Carter Seabrooke and Nathan Witt. The winning run was left at third base. Game two was not close, a 13-2 Terriers win. Zachary Rachar got a three run first inning rally going with a walk then a stolen base. He crossed on an RBI single by Jeremie Veilleux‎, then Jeremie scored on Samuel Knott's massive home run to left. The Terriers got four more in the third on hits by Veilleux, Knott, Ryan MacIsaac and Ben Abram. James Fuller and Ben Grima also walked and scored in the inning. The game was put completely out of reach in the fourth when Rachar lead off with a single, advanced on a base hit by Brandon Jones then scored on Eamonn Chiodo's RBI single. Brandon Job cashed in Jones and then Knott picked up another RBI, scoring Chiodo. Matt Porkolab picked up the win on the mound. He struck out six Prospect hitters.
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