16S Get Win And Tie In Saturday Road Games, News (Terriers Baseball)

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16S Get Win And Tie In Saturday Road Games
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, May 22, 2016
The Ontario Outlaws hosted the 16u Terriers on Saturday for a double header.

After game one ended in a 4-4 tie, the Terriers knocked out eight hits in game two for an 8-5 victory. Kyle Lev was the winner on the mound with six innings of work, striking out ten and walking just two along the way. Kevin Millar came on in the seventh to record the save. The offense rolled through this entire contest with three runs in the second, one in the third and a big four run rally in the fourth to put the game away. Sawan Bhatnagar lead the way with a triple and two singles. He also notched an RBI. George Tsiflikiotis,(2 RBI) Nick Parsons (RBI), Michael Kemp (RBI) and Cameron Docking also‎ all chipped in with singles. Anthony Goddard and Tony Zhang each had an RBI to round out the attack. In game one the Terriers trailed 3-2 going into the seventh but scratched out two runs‎ to take a 4-3 lead. Unfortunately the Outlaws tied the game in their half of the seventh for the 4-4 draw. ‎Jamal Armstrong and Chris Gritter both had a single and a double in this one. Christian Bottero, Nick Parsons, Tony Zhang and Matthew Kemp rounded out the hit column with base hits of their own. ‎The teams split the double header in Oakville on Sunday. After dropping game one, the Terriers rebounded with a 6-4 win in game two. Jamal Armstrong went six and a third on the mound to get credit for the win. Evan Elliott picked up the save. Michael Kemp and Christian Bottero both had great games at the plate with a single, double and five RBI between them. ‎Cameron Docking also had two hits while George Tsiflikiotis, Chris Gritter and Sawan Bhatnagar all had one.
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