Jul 20, 2018 | Dan Thompson | 354 views
Summer Tournament Round- Up
As July winds down, all four Terrier teams are close to wrapping up their summer run of tournaments throughout the United States.
The 18u + 17u Terriers are currently in Indianapolis at the Pastime Baseball National Championship. The SRs have a 3-1 record and their fate will be decided with the outcome of their next game Saturday morning.
They are coming off two incredible efforts in Nashville and Cleveland.
After running the table with five wins in Nashville the SRs fell in the championship final game to the Rawlings Southest Prospects, closing out the tournament as runner- up with a 5-1 record.
The weekend before that, they captured the CABA World Series title in Cleveland with three straight wins on Sunday.
The SRs have won 13 of their last 15.
The 16s are presently at their World Series in Nashville and are undefeated after three games with a 2-0-1 record. They have advanced to the championship bracket and will take a shot at the title over the next two days.
In Indianapolis the previous week, the 16s were 4-1 and they had a 4-2 record in Cleveland.
The 15u Terriers opened their summer in Nashville, went on to Ann Arbor where they were 5-1 and are currently competing at the Invite Only SabreCat Wood Bat World Series in Cincinnati.
All four teams will wrap up July with the PBLO playoffs next weekend. The 15s will travel to Ottawa, the 16s to London and the 17s + 18s will head down to Windsor.
After a short break the 2018/ 19 cycle will begin for the 16s, 17s + 18s. The 18s + 16s will start with practices on August 11th and 12th. The 17s will begin August 14th.
The 16s will play their first DH versus the Toronto Mets on August 18th, while the 17s + 18s will each play the University of Toronto that day.
The 18s + 17s will then bus to New Jersey on August 19th to compete in the Diamond Nation College Elite Showcase.
Rick Johnston will be heading up the 15u program next cycle. They will begin their fall schedule on September 4th and will practice and play 22 games, including a bus trip to Montreal for 4 games.