Terriers Down London In 15U Play, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Terriers Down London In 15U Play
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, June 17, 2017
The 15U Terriers scored two in the first, three in the second, four in the third, and one in the seventh and went on to defeat the London Badgers 10-3 on Saturday at King's College. Scrappy Jakob Cellupica scored the first run of the game after leading off with a single and eventually scoring on a John Filice RBI single.

Ben Baker had walked earlier in the inning and he made it 2-0 when he slid into home on a wild pitch by the London right- hander. In the Terriers half of the second, three more runs crossed to make it 5-0. The charge was lead by Kevin McQuinn who came up with a big two out single up the middle scoring Alec Scott and Connor Brearley.‎ John Filice was next in and he followed with a line drive RBI cashing McQuinn. London kept the game close by plating a run in the second and two in third to make it 5-3, but a four run Terriers fourth made it 9-3 and that put the game out of reach. Hayden Wesseling delivered the big blow of the inning, a two RBI double that cleared the center-fielder's head. ‎Liam Carey also had an RBI during the four run rally. Jackson Evans picked up the win on the mound, ploughing through six innings and ninety pitches of work. Markus Stepanoff threw a scoreless London seventh. The 15U Terriers wrap up PBLO regular season play tomorrow, then hit the road for their summer tournament schedule in the states.
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