Last Day of Florida Trip - 16s Swept and 18s Split, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Last Day of Florida Trip - 16s Swept and 18s Split
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Sunday, March 15, 2020
The 16u Terriers launched a 29 hit barrage in their double header on Saturday coming away with 15-9 and 15-0 victories.Game one was against the Georgia Premier Academy. Zach Christie had two doubles and a walk. Connor Brown, Owen Sartor, Keegan O'Hearn laced doubles while Cameron Chee Aloy, Jack Duggan, Hugh Pinkney, Rohan Singh and Nicolas Daoust all chipped in with singles in the 15-9 win.

In game two versus the Tampa Gators Sebastian Mizener pitched three innings and struck out seven Gator hitters. Nicolas Daoust threw the final two innings in this game that ended after five innings because of the mercy rule. Daoust struck out five.  

Cameron Chee Aloy smacked a double and a triple and scored twice. Hugh Pickney had three singles and had two RBI‎. Nicolas Daoust also had three hits and two runs scored while Owen Sartor had a two RBI double.
The biggest blast of the game came off the bat of Jack Duggan, a rocket RBI double that landed at the base of the fence in left center.
The 16s have scored 40 runs in three games. 

‎The 18u Terriers were matched up with the Red Sox for their double header. 
Game one was a 5-1 victory. 
Righthander Thomas Roy got the start, going four, scattering four hits. He gave way to lefty Lucas Earle who struck out four Red Sox hitters. The Red Sox lone run was unearned. 

In the top of the first Austin Gomm got the Terriers out to a 1-0 lead after he walked, swiped second and third then crossed‎ on a Conrad Erasmus RBI ground out to short. 
After Zach Marriott scored in the third inning the Terriers put the game away with three runs in the fourth. 
Ethan Magloughlin, Conrad Erasmus, Liam Bavington and Kawshick Murali all had singles in the inning to round out the offense. 

Liam Carey got the ball in game two and was stellar through four innings of work but the bullpen could not hold the 4-1 lead he left with. The final score was 7-5 Red Sox. 
Josh Cote had a nice game at the plate counting a single and a three RBI double that he smashed down the left field line. 

The 17u Terriers lost a hard fought 9-8 game to  Upper More‎land Baseball (PA).
Offensive highlights went to Brayden Makowich, Dylan Oborne and Colin Cymbalista. 
Brayden had a walk,  two singles , two stolen bases and two runs scored.
 Dylan had a walk, a  single an RBI double‎ and two run scored while Colin had two singles and three RBI. 
Julian Russell and Zach Saufl also had RBI singles.

Sunday became a unique day in Terriers history when the organization left Florida early for home. The COVID-19 situation evolved to a stage where we felt this was necessary. The safety of our Terriers is and will always be our top priority.
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