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U19 Revolution meet halfway to take on teams from Quebec

The D1 Revolution U19 team met up with Team Quebec Rebelles in Napanee on the weekend for a pair of double headers.

On Saturday, the Revolution dropped a tough 14-3 decision, before regaining a bunch of confidence despite a 6-3 loss.

After adjusting to some of the fastest pitching the Revolution has seen all season, they bounced back against Team Quebec alternate team, winning both contests 15-2 and 18-6


The U16 Revolution travelled to the Greater Toronto Area for the Aurora COVID Cup, splitting their five games, going 2-2-1.

During the tournament, the Revolution team batting average of .409, 51 hits and eight walks.

There were also some great individual efforts,that included a complete game two-hit gem pitched by Tess McCallum against UTM Caledon. Lexie Sawyer had a .643 batting average, and an impressive .929 slugging percentage with six singles, two doubles, and one triple. Avyree Sherman had a .538 batting average and .571 on base percentage, with five singles, and two triples. Defensively she turned a pair of double plays. Torrie Windle had a .467 batting average with seven hits, two RBI and four runs scored. Chloe Hocqurad had a .533 batting average, with eight hits. On the mound she pitched 21 innings, struck out 22 batters and posted a 1.67 ERA.

Heat Orange earn spot in PWSA bracket semifinal

The Haldimand Heat Orange needed extra innings, to punch their ticket to the Provincial Women’s Softball Association 14U Tier II B bracket semifinal.

The Heat handed the Palmerston Marlins a 4-3 defeat to move on. They now face Wilmot in a best-of-three PWSA semifinal series, beginning Tuesday in New Hamburg. Game 2 is Wednesday in Fisherville at 8:30pm. And if necessary, Game 3 is Thursday at 7pm in New Hamburg.

While the Orange Heat move on, the Black Heat came oh so close to doing the same. The Marlins edged the Black Heat 3-1 to take their PWSA bracket.

It was another 1-1 pitchers duel until the sixth inning, when the Marlins  grabbed two more runs. 

With this loss it ended the Black Heat’s five-game winning streak and bracket run.

Western Ontario Soccer League

TFC get in Premier Division win column

It may have taken four tries, but Tillsonburg FC are in the Western Ontario Soccer League Premier Division win column.

On Friday at home, Eddie Richter, Lucas Deutsch, and Trey Jackson each scored to give TFC a 3-1 victory over Taxandria. Nathan Talsma responded in defeat.

The win vaults TFC up to eighth in the standings with a 1-3 record. Sunday they try to make it two-in-a-row on the road against London Croatia.

In WOSL Master Division action, TFC bounced back in a big way Friday. After losing its first game of the season the week before, Shayne Tremlay’s hat trick led TFC to a 6-0 win over LAFC. Carlos Oliveira added two goals in the victory, while Jason Lingard netted one.

Matt Davis earned the clean sheet.

With its 3-1 record, TFC travels to London Friday to take on Portuguese Club London.

In WOSL Second Division action, Jackson and Austin Gazley scored in a 2-2 draw between TFC B and LACFC. Nicolas Sanchez and Ahmed Gharib scored for LACFC.

With the draw, TFC B sits in second place with a 2-0-1 record. They are back in action Thursday against Woodstock on the road.

Sunday wasn’t so kind to TFC C. They dropped a 5-0 decision to Taxandria in WOSL Third Division action. The loss drops TFC C record to 0-3. They host the Ingersoll Flyers Monday at 8:30pm.

The Norfolk Athletics were snake bitten on Thursday night in Delhi, dropping a tight 1-0 decision to St. Columban in Western Ontario Soccer League Fourth Division action.

Devin Bachert scored the game’s lone goal, while Koldan Verhoef recorded the clean sheet.

With its 1-2 record, the Athletics get back into action Saturday, on the road against the Carribean Stars B.

Inter County Baseball Association results


13U T2 Brantford 12, Cambridge 2

11U T1 Simcoe 3, Guelph 3; Simcoe 3, Guelph 2


12U T1 Hamilton 15, Brantford 5

18U T1 Hamilton 5, Brantford 4


18U T1 Tillsonburg 9, Kitchener 8

11U T1 Brantford 11, Simcoe 3

18U T1 Guelph 10, Brantford 0

Inter County Baseball Association games

15U T2 Brantford @ Waterloo 5:45pm

9U T1 Brantford @ Cambridge 5:45pm

10U T2 Hamilton @ Brantford 5:45pm

11U T1 Brantford @ Guelph 5:45pm

12U T1 Guelph @ Simcoe 5:45pm

13U T1 Cambridge @ Brantford 5:45pm

11U T2 Brantford @ Woodstock 6pm

18U T1 Brantford @ Waterloo 7pm

15U T1 Waterloo @ Brantford 7pm

Southern Counties Baseball Association