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Sr's Down Outlaws
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, June 1, 2016
In a rare Tuesday night tilt at Kings College the 18u Terriers pounded out twelve hits on route to an 11-0 victory over the Ontario Outlaws. The offense struck for the first time in the bottom of the third with three runs.

Jack Omstead, Wyatt Hughes and Reagan Manley all crossed after recording singles in the inning. The Terriers added to their lead in the fourth with two runs then added three more in the fifth to make the score 8-0. Elliott Curtis lead the way with a single and two doubles that were scorched to the right center field gap. He would also record three RBIs. Ben Abram started on the mound and cruised through his five innings of work. Ben allowed just one hit while fanning seven Outlaw hitters. Right-hander Sam Turcotte was up next and was just as impressive with six strike outs in the final four innings. Justin Wamboldt, Reagan Manley and Jack Omstead each had two hits and an RBI. Joe Tevlin and Brandon Nieva also had an RBI to round out the scoring.
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