Champions! 18U Terriers Win Caba World Series, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Champions! 18U Terriers Win Caba World Series
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, July 8, 2018
The 18U Terriers ran the table at Kent State University on Sunday to claim the 2018 CABA World Series title.

After five pool play games, the Terriers entered the championship playoff round as the six seed. It would take three consecutive victories on Sunday to come away with the CABA crown, and‎ that is exactly what the SRs would do with convincing victories over the power house Stallions from Ohio (8-3), ‎Golden Spikes Baseball (11-0) and a 5-2 win in the final over Premier Athletics. Congratulations to Manager Dean Dicenzo, his coaching staff and this group of gritty Terriers that played eight games in five days. Dylan Whittaker Andrew Giorno Ryan O'Halloran Nick Parsons Nolan Gallo Evan Elliott Ben Abram Pierce Montgomery Austin Gomm Dylan Johnson Sawan Bhatnagar Zach Bayfield Brenden McQuinn Max Von Gemmingen Sebastian Santos Evan Harrison George Tsiflikiotis Connor Humphrey Cristian Forgione Manager - Dean Dicenzo Pitching Coach - Scott VandeValk Coach - John Milton Coach- Tim Gasparotto Coach - Matt Stocco
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