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Four Terriers Will Represent Ontario At Canada Games
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Congratulations to Evan Elliott, Sebastian Santos, Andrew Giorno and George Tsiflikiotis who were selected to compete at the Canada Summer Games for Ontario from July 29 - August 4. Winnipeg will be hosting the event. Ontario will open the tournament against Prince Edward Island, then face Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador. Pool play continues with games against New Brunswick and Manit

oba‎ before play-offs which start on Thursday August 3rd. The Gold and Bronze Medal games will be played the following day. Evan is a hard throwing 6'3" RHP and is part of the 18U Terriers staff. Sebastian possesses an electric fast ball, has started and has closed out several games for the 17U Terriers this year. Andrew has been the 17U Terriers most consistent arm this year and leads the team in innings pitched. ‎George is an outstanding athlete, with a plus arm that patrols short stop for the 17U Terriers. Good luck, and enjoy the Canada Summer Games experience.
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