T12 Round Up, News (Terriers Baseball)

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T12 Round Up
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Tyson Gomm stole the show at the 2019 T 12 Tournament held at the Rogers Centre this past week.

Tyson hit .625 with 6 hits and three RBI, was named player of the game in Team Navy's 6-2 win over Team Black and to top it off was named ‎tournament MVP. 

He was also selected to play in the Prospects Game that wrapped up the festivities. 


Congratulations to Tyson on an outstanding week.


Along with Tyson, Elijha Hammill, Connor O'Halloran, Austin Gomm and Dante Wright were all selected to play in the Prospects game.

It featured the top prospects and performers from the tournament. 


Eight players were chosen to participate in the Home Run Derby which  included Elijha. He had two hits, two RBI and scored four times for Team Navy.


In round Robin play, Connor O'Halloran fired three innings in a 9-0 Team Orange win over Team Black. He struck out seven, allowing just one hit.


Righthander Matt Brown also had a nice three inning outing, allowing just one run versus‎ Team Red. 

Hugh Pinkney had a hit in that game, a 5-4 Team Black loss.


Team Navy won the tournament with a 5-1 decision over Team Green.

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