Srs Get Off To 2-0 Start In Windsor At Pblo Playoffs, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Srs Get Off To 2-0 Start In Windsor At Pblo Playoffs
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Friday, July 27, 2018
The 18u Terriers are 2-0 at the 2018 PBLO playoffs being played in Windsor. Coming off an easy 7-0 win in game one over the Ontario Yankees the Terriers trailed the Ontario Royals 7-1 in game two and scratched back to tie the game 7-7 with two out in the seventh forcing the game into extra innings.

Sawan Bhatnagar got the clutch game tying single in the seventh with two outs, then with the bases loaded in the eighth Max Von Gemmingen bounced a two RBI single over the Royals first baseman's head for two runs. Nicholas Parsons added an insurance run to make the score 10-7. The Royals scored one in their half of the eighth but that was as close as they would come in this barn burner. Lefty Zach Bayfield did an outstanding job in the middle innings of this game until the Terriers offense could get on track. Sebastian Santos picked up the win, firing the final two innings. Ben Abram threw a complete game shutout in the morning game. He struck out five Yankee hitters. Connor Humphrey had the big hit, a laser beam double into the right field corner scoring two runs. Nolan Gallo and Max Von Gemmingen also had RBI singles in the contest. The 17u Terriers also won their first game over Ottawa 3-0. There second game goes later tonight. In London the 16u Terriers defeated the Badgers 8-3 , and are in a rain delay in game two versus Windsor. Play continues on Saturday.
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