18U Terriers Romp In Spring Training Finale, News (Terriers Baseball)

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18U Terriers Romp In Spring Training Finale
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, March 16, 2017
‎Cocoa FL - The 18U Terriers wrapped up their 2017 Spring Training trip with a convincing 15-0 victory over CRFS Baseball Academy.

The Terriers smacked eight doubles in this lob-sided‎ game that ended with the mercy rule. Ben Abram, who will be returning to Florida next week with Canada's Junior National Team got the start, firing two shut out innings. Evan Harrison tossed the third and fourth, followed by Evan Elliott in the fifth. At the plate Dreyden Sloat had a 4-4 day including two doubles. Connor Humphrey, Ryan O'Halloran, Jacob Martins, Brandon Job, Andre Campbell and Nolan Gallo also all had doubles. Jack Omstead and Owen Maize rounded out the offense with a single each. The 18s completed spring training with a 4-2 record. Overall the four Terriers teams had a combined 19- 8 record on the week. The 15's, 16's and 17's were all 5-2. The teams fly home Thursday and will resume indoor workouts at The Baseball Zone. In mid April they will hit the turf at Kings College for practices and exhibition games prior to the start of PBLO play.
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