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Seven Run Seventh Lifts SR Terriers
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, March 11, 2019
The 18u Terriers moved their Spring Training record to 3-0 with a Saturday double-header sweep of Kishwaukee Junior College (IL). 


In game one Matt Ward worked a one out walk in the top of the first, advanced on a pass ball then scored when Austin Gomm wired an RBI double to right center field.

 

Kishwaukee ‎tied the game in their half of the third on a ball hit to the gap, scoring the runner from first base. 

 

Starter Owen McNeil took the Terriers into the fourth inning before handing the ball off to lefty Connor Carr-Matthews. Owen struck out five.

 

In the Terriers sixth Austin Gomm was at it again, lacing a double to the fence in right. 

Ethan Sanasie-Edwards was next in and he crushed a double of his own, scoring Gomm.

 

Kishwaukee jumped ahead 3-2 in the bottom of the sixth but in the seventh the Terriers answered with a seven run rally.

 

With Ward, Gomm and ‎Edwards on base Jack Iannuzzi drew a bases loaded walk to tie the game. Then Christian Bottero was hit by a pitch to give the Terriers a 4-3 lead. Zach Marriott put the game away with a clutch two RBI double to right, scoring Iannuzzi and Bottero. The Terriers would tack on three more runs in the inning when Marriott, Brenden McQuinn and Ward all scored. 

 

Kishwaukee scored in the seventh but it was not nearly enough. Make the final 9-4.

 

In 17u action the Terriers fell 14-6 to the Florida Superstars. Tyler Offman had a single and an RBI while Conrad Erasmus had two hits and three RBI.

 

The 15u Terriers moved their spring record to 3-0 with two wins on Saturday.

Game one was a 15-6 victory over the Central Florida Express.

 

Max Lanoue‎, Cameron Chee-Aloy, Will Yamka and Owen Sartor all had two hits in the win. 

Jordan Woods was outstanding on the mound with three strikeouts in his three innings of work. He allowed just one hit. 

 

Game two was a 16-6 win over the Carrollwood Gators.

 

The 16u Terriers are 3-1. They were winners on Friday night by a 14-2 score, then won again on Saturday morning‎ over Carrollwood with a 14-4 decision. 


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