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U16 Revolution punch ticket to West bracket final

The U16 D1 Revolution kept dominating and punched a ticket to the Provincial women’s Softball Association West bracket final thanks to a 6-3 win over the Halton Hawks Saturday at home in Sweaburg. 

Not only did the win earn the Revolution a spot in the West bracket final, they now qualify for the Border Battle Tournament.

Chloe Hocquard was fantastic on the mound. She threw a complete seven-inning game for the Revolution, allowing 11 hits, and five strikeouts.

Offensively, Avyree Sherman went 2-for-3 with a double, a triple and three RBI. Torie Windle went 2-for-4 with a single, a double and one RBI. Karlee Curran worked the opposite end of the battery, catching the entire game. She hit one double and had one RBI. Brooke Seifried hit a triple and also had an assist in throwing a girl out at the plate. Sarah Stewart and Lexie Sawyer also collected hits.

The U18 Revolution took on UTM 2K4 and the Waterloo Ghosts.

In the opener, the Revolution hammered out 13 hits in a 15-8 win over UTM.

Meg McCallum got the win on the mound thanks to her four innings of work. She allowed eight runs on seven hits while striking out one. Mikayla Doucette pitched one inning of relief, allowing just one hit.

Emma Diegel, Mikayla Doucette, Kyra Joseph, and Meg McCallum all had multiple hits. Syd Ebel, Aleecia Miranda, Mallory Collins and McCallum each had multiple RBI in the game as well.

In the second game the Revolution out hit the Ghosts, but dropped a 10-8 decision.

Diegel took the loss on the mound allowing 12 hits and 10 runs over six innings, while striking out four.

Ebel, Doucette, Tikel, and McLean each racked up multiple hits to lead the offence.

Heat win consolation title

The Haldimand Heat Orange team hit the road for its first tournament of the season at the UTM Summer Series in Princeton and came home as consolation champs.

The Heat ended the weekend with a 4-2 record. They took on the Waterloo Ghosts, Wyoming Lady Wranglers and Windsor Wildcats.

Western Ontario Soccer League

Two in a row for top TFC team

Jeff Martins earned his first clean sheet of the season as Tillsonburg FC captured its second win in a row, a 1-0 win over London Croatia in Western Ontario Soccer League Premier Division action.

Trey Jackson scored the game’s only goal.

The win improves TFC to 2-3 on the season. Friday, they host Jagiellonia at 8:30pm.

In WOSL Second Division action, TFC B dropped its first game of the season, a 3-0 decision to the Woodstock Stallions.

With a 2-1-1 record, TFC B hosts the chatham Storm Thursday at 8:30pm.

Tillsonburg FC C is still searching for its first win in WOSL Third Division action.

On Monday, TFC lost 3-0 to the Ingersoll Flyers.

With its o-4 record, TFC will try to get into the win column on August 19 against Strathroy.

Spencer Logan scored the lone goal for the Norfolk Athletics in a 2-1 loss to the Carribean Stars.

The loss drops the Athletics to 1-3 in the WOSL Fourth Division. Thursday the Athletics hope to get back into the win column Thursday at home in Delhi at 8pm against LS Croatia.

Inter County Baseball Association results

11U T1 Brantford 7, Cambridge 2

11U T2 Brantford 12, Kitchener 5

8U Woodstock 22, Brantford 3

11U T1 Guelph 10, Simcoe 1

18U T1 Guelph 11, Tillsonburg 3

13U T1 Brantford 7, Hamilton 7

Inter County Baseball Association games

13U T1 Kitchener @ Brantford 5:45pm

12U T1 Waterloo @ Simcoe 5:45pm

10U T1 Woodstock @ Brantford 5:45pm

13U T1 Tillsonburg @ Kitchener 5:45pm

15U T1 Stratford @ Brantford 7pm

15U T1 Simcoe @ Guelph 7pm

Southern Counties Baseball Association