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Terriers Continue To Roll In Florida
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, March 13, 2018
All four Terrier teams posted wins on Tuesday in St. Petersburg. In game one the SR Terriers defeated Prairie Junior College 10-6. The Terriers hammered out twelve hits, several that had Pioneer outfielders‎ chasing balls to the fence. Austin Gomm, George Tsiflikoitis, Ryan O'Halloran and Sawan Bhatnagar all had two hits while Nick Parsons, Max Von Gemmingen, Cristian Forgione, Nolan Gallo and Dylan Johnson‎ chipped in with one each.

Gomm had a triple, Tsiflikoitis and Bhatnagar both had doubles. Liam Carey (3IP), Aiden Pickering‎ (2IP) and Connor Carr-Matthews (2IP) combined on the mound for a 6-2 16u victory over Big Red Baseball. Liam struck out two, Aiden and Connor struck out three each. Once again the offense was spread over the lineup for the undefeated 16U squad. Elijah Hammill and Daniel Freeman had two hits each. Matt Ward, Jack Iannuzzi, Connor O'Halloran, Ben Baker and Jackson Evans all scored and had singles to round out a nine hit attack. The game was highlighted by solid defensive plays from Matt Ward and Jack Iannuzzi. In 15U action the Terriers jumped out to a 7-3 first inning lead with seven singles from Ethan Cane, Ethan Magloughlin, Tyson Gomm, Jakob Cellupica, Julian Russell, Kawshik Murali and Cameron Pollard. Ethan Magloughlin knocked in two more in the third and then the Terriers added another two runs in the fifth to take a commanding 11-3 lead over the St Petes Bandits. On the mound Markus Stepanoff fired three innings and had four strike outs. Connor Brearly wrapped up the victory with three strike outs in the final four innings. Make the final 11- 5 Terriers. ‎On the back half of their DH Prairie Junior College fell to the 17U Terriers 11-9. Michael Stremlaw, Devon Yogendran, and Owen MacNeil combined on the mound for the Terrier victory. Ethan Edwards, AJ Karosas and Zachary Marriott hit the ball hard all game and came away with two hits each. The teams wrap up spring training 2018 tomorrow.
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