18s Win Back to Back Titles, News (Terriers Baseball)

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18s Win Back to Back Titles
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, July 22, 2019
They didn't run the table this week but a 7-1 record with three consecutive wins on Sunday got it done at the 18U CABA National Championship‎ for the SR Terriers. 

The Terriers came out of pool play as the #3 seed with a 4-1 record defeating Premier Ohio , Stallions baseball ,the Diamond Boys and the Midwest Ironbirds. 

Their lone defeat was to the Mashfactory Baseball Club. 

 

In the championship game Sunday afternoon at Baldwin Wallace University the Terriers defeated the Ironbirds by a 8-0 score.

 

With the win the 18u Terriers defended their CABA ( Continental American Baseball Association) title from a year ago.

Their 2019 summer tournament record finishes at 17-2.

 

All Terrier teams will close out July with the PBLO playoffs next weekend.

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