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15U Terriers Offense Explodes in Opener
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Saturday, March 9, 2019
The 15u Terriers opened their Spring Training game schedule with a decisive 16-5 victory over Triolet Baseball (PQ).

Brayden Makowich and Will Yamka got the Terriers out to a 2-0 lead in the first when they crossed on an RBI single by Cameron Chee-Aloy and an RBI fielder's choice by Andrew Johnston.
 
RHP Max Lanoue kept the Triolet hitters at bay in the game's first three innings until the offense broke through with a six run third.
The rally started with three consecutive singles by Owen Sartor, Jordan Woods and Bryce Burgess-Whiting. 
They would all eventually score after a Triolet error and RBI singles by Makowich and Yamka. 
Cameron Chee-Aloy picked up his second RBI of the game with a sac fly, while Andrew Johnson pushed the other two runs across with a solid single to left.
 
Triolet got the game to 8-5 with four in the bottom half of the third and one more in the fourth but the Terriers put the game away in the fifth with a seven run outburst. 
Woods and Burgess-Whiting‎ reached and scored after Makowich laced a two RBI double down the left field line. 
He scored later in the inning on a Cameron Chee-Aloy RBI double to the left center field gap. It was Chee-Aloy's third RBI of the game. 
 
The Terriers plated another run in the sixth for the 16-5 final score.
 
A DH versus Central Florida Express is next up for the 15s on Saturday morning.
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