Terriers Tie 9-9 In Wild Game Two At Ntn, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Terriers Tie 9-9 In Wild Game Two At Ntn
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, August 12, 2016
Game two at the NTN Showcase Tournament in Buffalo was a wild affair between the Terriers and the local AdPro Bills.

RHP Ben Abram got the start and allowed just one hit through four innings of work but left the game in a 4-4 tie. He was relieved by Evan Harrison who gave Manager Dean Dicenzo two solid innings but on this day the Terriers defense was nowhere to be found. Luckily, neither was the Bills. The offense was spread around with Josh Simpson, Brandon Job, Jack Omstead and Jeremie Veilleux all counting two hits. Nolan Gallo, Dreyden Sloat, George Tsiflikiotis, Andre Campbell, Nick Parsons and Carter Seabrooke all had one. Carter's was of the clutch variety with two strikes and two out in the bottom of the seventh to drive home the tying run. ‎The tournament continues on Saturday with games at 3pm + 6pm.
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