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Banner Weekend For Terriers
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, May 13, 2019
The Terriers organization had a great Mother's Day weekend!

16U games were played at Kings Collegiate while the 18u and 15u Terriers were in Windsor. 

Unfortunately the 17s were rained out Saturday and Sunday. 

 

‎Collectively the Terriers compiled a 10-2 record over Saturday and Sunday.

 

The 18u Terriers won three of four in Windsor with 8-1, 11-10 and 4-0 victories. Their one loss was a tight 3-2 decision.

 

The 16s swept the Ontario Yankees by scores of 5-1, 5-2, 16-6 and 11-2. 

In the 16-6 win the Terriers trailed 6-1 into the fifth but rallied with fifteen unanswered runs for the win. 

They are now 8-0 in PBLO play.

 

In 15u action the Terriers also won three of four‎ over Windsor. 

‎Saturday's games were split while on Sunday the Terriers came away with 4-2 and 7-0 victories. The 15s are 6-1 on the young season.

 

The 15s, 16s and 17s are off next weekend while the 18s will host Ottawa.

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