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Tournament Time
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, June 25, 2019
The PBLO regular season wrapped up this past weekend and now the Terriers will hit the road for their respective summer tournament schedules.   

Coming off their first place finish‎ the 15u ( 18-5 .782 ) Terriers will open summer travel next weekend in Indianapolis at the All Prospect Mid-West Select. Their opening game will be at Butler University against the Akadema Indiana Expos. 

 

After their visit to Indiana the 15s move on to Nashville for the Sandlott ( Select Amateur National Developmental League of Travel Teams) World Series. 

Competition will include the likes of the East Cobb Patriots, Canes Baseball, Midland Outlaws, Nashville Knights and the Kentucky All- Stars. 

 

US travel concludes for the 15s at Xavier University in Cincinnati ‎at The Best of the Mid West. This tournament features teams from Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky,Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee and Kansas. 

 

Following their 19-7 (.731) PBLO season the 16u Terriers will begin their US schedule in Ft Wayne Indiana at the Wood Bat Hoosier Classic.

A stop in Columbus is next on the calendar for the All Prospect Freedom Classic. This fourteen team tournament includes competition ‎such as the Ohio Jays, Warbird Senators, Dayton Classics and the West Michigan Black Sox. 

 

‎The 16s will stay in Ohio for the Best of the Mid West and then the highly competitive CABA World Series in the Cleveland area.  

 

The 17u + 18u Terriers‎ travel together throughout the summer. 

After the Hoosier Classic in Ft Wayne they are off to Nashville for the 18u World Series then Cleveland for the CABA 18u National Championship. The 18u Terriers won this event in 2018. 

 

All teams will put a bow on July at the PBLO playoffs. They are held on the last weekend of the month. 

The 15s will be in Ottawa, the 16s in London and the 17s + 18s in Windsor.

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