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Terriers Advance To Semi- Final With Two More Victories
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, August 24, 2016
The SR Terriers got some great pitching on Wednesday at Diamond Nation and came away with a pair of wins, advancing them to the final four Thursday afternoon. ‎In game one Ben Abram spun a complete game two hitter, mowing down the Five Star Baseball Academy hitters one after the other.

He struck out eight. The Terriers would come away with a 7-2 win in this game that they put away in the first inning with five runs. Connor Humphrey lead the offense with three hits, two RBI's and two runs scored. Ryan O'Halloran had an RBI triple and a run scored as did Brandon Job. Nolan Gallo, Nick Parsons and Jack Omstead also had a hit and an RBI. Game two was against the Buck County Falcons (PA). Lefty Jack Anderson got the start and went five complete innings, striking out eight and allowing just one hit. He left the game with a 3-1 lead before handing the ball over to Matthew Garner who pitched the sixth. Andre Campbell came on to record the save in the seventh. Ryan O'Halloran (HBP) scored the Terriers first run in the top of the third when he crossed on Jack Omstead's RBI single. O'Halloran scored again in the fifth along with Andre Campbell to make the score 3-0. The scrappy Falcons were not going quietly however as they made it 3-2 in the bottom of the sixth, then had the tying run thrown out at the plate. ‎The semi final goes at 12:15pm Thursday.
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