Jun 04, 2017 | Dan Thompson | 322 views
15S Down Onc 5-1
RHP Liam Carey masterfully weaved his way through a potent Ottawa - Nepean Canadians line-up for 6.1 innings in a 5-1 Terriers victory Sunday morning at Kings College. Liam allowed five hits and walked only two Ottawa hitters. Hayden Wesseling came on in the seventh to record the final two outs.
The Terriers jumped out to the lead in the fourth when Ethan Magloughlin walked, stole second then went to third on Jakob Cellupica's ground ball out to the Ottawa second-baseman.
Ben Baker was next in and he was hit by a pitch. After Ben swiped second base, Daniel Freeman laced the first pitch he saw down the line in left for a two RBI double. Daniel crossed later in the inning when Markus Stepanoff launched a 3-2 pitch over the left fielder's head for a 3-0 Terriers lead.
The Terriers tacked on two insurance runs in the seventh when Jackson Evans and Kevin McQuinn scored. McQuinn picked up the RBI when Evans crossed and McQuinn scored on a first and third double steal of home later in the inning.
The Canadians did not go quietly in this one. After scoring a run in the bottom of the seventh, they loaded the bases with one out but the rally was snuffed on a Wesseling, Baker, Filice 1-2-3 game ending double play.