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Seniors Take A Pair From Onc
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, May 7, 2016
The SR Terriers swept their double header with the Ottawa Nepean Ca‎nadians on Saturday in Guelph. Sam Turcotte led the way offensively with a homer and three RBI in game one.

‎Sam's big blow came in the fourth inning when five Terriers crossed the plate. During the rally Ethan Jodouin and Justin Wamboldt had doubles while Brandon Nieva cashed in two runners with a single to left. Outfielder Wyatt Hughes also chipped in with ‎a RBI single. Righty Alex Wall was outstanding on the mound, going the distance, allowing just two hits in the 6-1 victory. In game two starter Ben Abram went six innings before handing the ball off to Christian Pandoff who tossed the seventh. This game was never in doubt as the Terriers would score runs in the third, fourth, fifth and sixth innings. In the bottom of the third Willie Hotta tripled followed by an Elliott Curtis walk and steal of second. Both eventually scored on Ethan Jodouin's knock down the first base line. In the fourth Wyatt Hughes, Reagan Manley, Willie Hotta and Jack Omstead all had hits to add to the Terriers lead. Two more runners crossed in the Terriers half of the fifth on a Justin Wamboldt double and yet another hit by Ethan Jodouin. The game was put away the following inning when Elliott Curtis and Reagan M‎anley singled and scored. One more runner would cross in the sixth courtesy of a Brandon Nieva double. Make the final 8-3. The four game series with the Ottawa Nepean Canadians continues Sunday morning at Kings College.
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