Seniors Drop Game One In Cincinnati, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Seniors Drop Game One In Cincinnati
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, July 10, 2015
The Junior and Senior Terriers embarked on their two week trip to Cincinnati, OH and Nashville, TN this past Tuesday to begin their gruelling summer schedule. After two straight days of rain, the 18U Dinger Wood Bat World Series has resumed today with both teams tasked with three games before Championship play begins tomorrow. The 18U Terriers took on Florence Freedom (KY) in game one and dropped a heartbreaking 2-1 decision.

RHP Sam Turcotte was outstanding in his start, throwing a two hitter. In the 1st inning, Zarley Cina singled with a line drive to left field while Drew Dickerson had a multi-hit game with a line drive single in the 4th and a RBI double in the top of the 6th to tie it up. The Seniors rally in the seventh came up short, leaving the tying run in scoring position. The Juniors took on the Colorado Twins in their tournament opener this morning, coming away with a 6-0 shutout victory. The 18's will take on the Cincinnati Force (OH) and Body Armor Titans (NY) this afternoon, while the 17's play back to back against Diamond Hit Club (OH) and Diamond Boys Scout Team (OH). Both teams will travel straight to Nashville, TN on Monday morning to compete in the SANDLOTT World Series beginning Wednesday.
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