18U Terriers Tops In Pblo With 11-1 Record, News (Terriers Baseball)

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18U Terriers Tops In Pblo With 11-1 Record
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, May 23, 2016
The 18u Terriers are off to a great start so far this 2016 PBLO season, already 10 games over. 500‎ and in first place in the nine team loop. This well rounded squad has an outstanding pitching staff that has allowed just 10 earned runs in twelve games. It features lefties Jack Anderson, Willie Hotta and Carter Seabrooke. From the right side, Alex Wall, Ryan Giberson, Matthew Correia, Christian Pandoff, Ben Abram and Sam Turcotte have all been excellent.

Ben and Sam also pitch for Canada's Junior National Team. On the offensive side Ethan Jodouin, Elliott Curtis, Joe Tevlin and Brandon Nieva provide the power while Jacob Martins, Reagan Manley, Jack Omstead, Justin Wamboldt, Wyatt Hughes and Dreyden Sloat provide a nice blend of hits for average and speed on the bases. ‎Later this summer the senior age players from the roster will be off to college to continue their baseball careers. The SR Terriers are managed by Scott Vandevalk‎ and coached by Dean Dicenzo (3B), Billy Martin (P), Matt Stocco (C) , Tom Colangelo (B), and Ed Heather (B). Their season continues next weekend with a home and home four game series with the Windsor Selects.
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