15U Terriers Sweep 4 Game Weekend Series, News (Terriers Baseball)

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15U Terriers Sweep 4 Game Weekend Series
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, May 27, 2018
After a convincing 12- 4 victory in game one yesterday and a 3-0 win in game two highlighted by an outstanding complete game pitching performance by Rhys Montgomery‎, the Terriers were back at home Sunday versus the Ontario Royals for the final two games of their four game weekend set. Game one was another high scoring affair with the Terriers coming out on top by a final score of 12-8. Tiago Gulino got credit for the win on the mound.

He struck out six, while allowing four hits. On the offensive side the Terriers belted eleven hits. Ethan Magloughlin and Rhys Montgomery both had two singles while Kawshik Murali and Alec Scott had one each. The two big blows of the game came off the bats of Ethan Cane and Tyson Gomm. Tyson laced a three RBI triple into the right field corner and Ethan had a two run triple that cleared the centerfielders head and rolled to the fence. Julian Russell chipped in with a single, a double and scored twice. In game two Sunday ‎Lucas Roberts, Andrius Jurenas and Evan Farrell combined on the mound for a 7-0 Terriers victory. Lucas and Andrius fired three shutout innings, allowing just one hit each. Evan tossed the seventh and had a strikeout. Ethan Cane, Alec Scott and Ethan Magloughlin each scored twice. Kawshik Murali also crossed. Hits and RBIs went to Tyson Gomm, Julian Russell and Magloughlin. After mid week practices all four Terriers teams will be in action next weekend. The 15s and 18s will take on London, the 17s the Royals, while the 16s will play Ottawa in St Marys at the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame.
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