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Terriers Off to Florida for 14th Consecutive Year
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, February 28, 2019
‎All four Terriers teams fly to Florida on Wednesday March 6th for their annual Spring Training trip.
This is year 14 for what is one of the highlights of the entire season.
Over the past 14 years Terriers teams have worked out at various facilities on both Florida coasts.

Baseball City in St. Petersburg will be home to the Terriers for games and practices from March 7- 13 this year.

The March Break trip is jam packed with workouts and games versus competition from the north and local Florida teams.

The 17u + 18u teams will face the powerhouse IMG Academy (FL), Kishwaukee College (IL), Gatineau (PQ) and the Florida Superstars.
The 18u Terriers will also compete against the University of Tampa JV team.

The 15u + 16u Terriers have games scheduled against Triolet ‎(PQ), Carollwood (FL), Central Florida Express, Tampa Elite, Big Red Baseball (FL) and host Baseball City. 

Following the Florida trip teams will complete their winter training at The Baseball Zone then hit the turf at King's College in April for practices and the Annual Terriers‎ Blue-Gold Series.

The PBLO season will kick off on the first weekend in May, followed by July tournaments in the US.
The season wraps up at the end of July with the PBLO Play-off Championships.
Ottawa will host 15u, London 16u and Windsor will host 18u. 
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