17U Terriers Split A Pair On Saturday, News (Terriers Baseball)

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17U Terriers Split A Pair On Saturday
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, June 23, 2018
The 17U Terriers split their DH by scores of 5-2(W) and 7-3(L) on Saturday at King's College versus the ‎London Badgers 17s. In game one RHP Kyle Nash had the ball and went four and two thirds‎ before handing off to Devon Yogendran who completed the game on the mound. Ethan Edwards was the hero offensively with a three run blast that cleared the wall in right center field. In game two London

jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the first, however the Terriers answered in the bottom of the inning when AJ Karosas walked, went to second on Christian Bottero's single and eventually scored on a fly ball to right by Brayden Heleno that eluded the Badger right fielder. The Terriers made it 2-1 in the bottom of the second after Jamal Armstrong was hit by a pitch with two out in the inning. He later crossed after a AJ Karosas single and another London error, this time by the catcher. ‎The Badgers jumped in front by a 3-2 score in their half of the third and held that lead till the Terriers sixth. In the sixth with two outs, Dante Wright dunked a clutch RBI single over the Badger short-stops head to score Jamal Armstrong. That tied the game. The game went to extra innings with London scoring four in the top of the eighth. The Terriers could not muster a run in their half of the inning. Make the final 7-4 Badgers.
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