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Jr. Terriers Split With Ottawa
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, June 1, 2015
In the first game of the four game series the Terriers scored early and often for a 10-3 win over the Ottawa Knights.

Jack Omstead led the offensive charge with three hits, while both Matthew Vollmer and Cameron Bonanno with had two hits apiece. Jacob Martins, Ethan Jodouin, Justin Wamboldt, and Cameron Mahler also chipped in with hits. Alex Wall threw five strong innings for the win. In the finale on Sunday, the first five Terriers scored in the first inning and never looked back in the 12-8 win. No less than four Terriers (Jack Omstead, Jacob Martins, Ethan Jodouin, Justin Wamboldt) had a multi-hit with game with two hits apiece. Mathew Vollmer and Cameron Mahler also contributed with singles in the game. Right hander Joey Moher garnered the win throwing four and two-third innings in relief to close out the game. The Terriers 17u and 18u squads are both off to the US next weekend for the Can-Am Tournament in Buffalo, NY.
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