D1 Revolution teams keep impressing during a very busy weekend

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The D1 Revolution girls softball club keeps impressing. This weekend their U16 and U19 teams kept its winning ways.

Friday, the U16 Revolution rode the arm of Tess McCallum en route to a 15-2 win over the Brantford Bobcats.

The righthander surrendered two runs on three hits over four innings, striking out four to come away with the W. 

The Revolution bats kept hot, with 12 hits in the game. Karlee Curran, Chloe Hocquard, and Megan Peacock each had multiple hits. Curran led the team with three hits in three at bats, while Avyree Sherman, Sarah Stewart, Torie Windle, Lexie Sawyer and Brooke Seifried all collected one hit in the game.

Olivia Worrall took the loss for the Bobcats. 

The lefty surrendered 13 runs on 11 hits over three innings, while striking out two. Lauren threw one inning in relief.

In the second half of the double-header in Sweaburg, the Revolution would extend its winning streak to seven games, thanks to a 17-2 victory.

McCallum started the game on the mound again, with Hocquard and Seifried picking up some relief innings.

Hocquard, Sherman and Windlereached  base four times in the game, while Stewart, Sawyer, Curran, Peacock, and Zoe Fishback would reach base three times.

U19 Revolution go 3-1 on weekend

The D1 Revolution U19 team was busy and made the best of it winning three of four weekend games.

First up Saturday was a 8-4 win over the Lucan-Ilderton Athletics. 

Jenna McLean led the team offensively with three hits in four at bats, while Jocelyn Shelton collected two hits in three at bats.

Next up was the Ajax Chaos, and the Revolution’s only blemish of the weekend, a 2-1 defeat.

Kyra Joseph threw six innings, allowing six hits and two runs while striking out two and walking one.

Aleecia Miranda, Kelly Tikel, Joseph, and Emma Diegel each managed one hit to lead the D1 Revolution offence.

The Revolution didn’t commit a single error in the field. Meg McCallum had the most chances in the field with six.

D1 Revolution showed its ability to bounce back with a 4-3 victory over UTM Windsor.

Kelly Tikel was 2-for-2 at the plate, while Joseph was 2-for-3 and Sydney Ebel was 2-for-4. McLean, Shelton, Mallory Collins, Miranda and Dedman would also collect one hit each.

Diegel threw seven innings for the Revolution, giving up four runs on six hits while walking four.. She also struck out three UTM batters.

The Revolution finished off a busy weekend strong with a 7-0 win over the Windsor Wildcats on Sunday.

Meg McCallum threw seven innings, giving up five hits and striking out five.

Offensively, Shelton went 2-for-2 with a walk, while Diegel went 2-for-3 with a walk and Mallory Collins went 3-for-4.