15U Terriers Clip Windsor Selects, News (Terriers Baseball)

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15U Terriers Clip Windsor Selects
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, May 20, 2017
On yet another cold windy spring day the 15U Terriers continued PBLO play, hosting Windsor at Kings Collegiate on Saturday.

Andrius Jurenas got the call on the mound and he was excellent through five innings of work. He would allow just one run in a 6-3 Terriers victory. Andrius struck out four and allowed four hits before he was relieved by Evan Farrell, who tossed the sixth and seventh. The Terriers sealed the win early in the game when in the second inning they erupted for six runs on five hits: Jakob Cellupica got the rally going when he reached on a hit by pitch. Cameron Pollard followed with a flare to left advancing Jakob to second. Liam Carey was next in and hit a sharp ground ball that set up a first and third situation for Ben Baker who blasted a ball over the left fielder's head for a two RBI double. After Connor Brearley and Jackson Evans reached to load the bases, Kevin McQuinn drew a walk to make the score 3-0. Clean up batter John Filice completed the big inning when he lined the first pitch he saw into the right field corner, clearing the bases with a three RBI double. ‎6-0 Terriers. The Selects pecked away with a run in the fifth and two in the seventh but that was as close as they would come. Game two goes at 2pm ,then the Terriers will travel to Windsor tomorrow to complete the four game set.
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