Eagles claw opposition in tripleheader in New Brunswick
Halthorn Global Eagles win three times on Sunday in New Brunswick.
The Halthorn Global Eagles under-16 girls fastpitch team swept its three games Sunday in Memramcook, N.B., outscoring opponents 29-7.
Games included a a 10-0 shutout over the Moncton Rebels, an 11-4 victory against the River Valley Spartans and double host Memramcook 8-4.
For Eagles head coach Chris Halliwell, the team was firing on all cylinders.
“We had strong pitching and defence all day and every player on the team contributed on offence,” he said. “We used small ball, great base running and power hitting in all three games.”
Sydney Halliwell threw a complete game versus the host squad, wracking up seven strikeouts. At the plate, Kaelyn White had four walks and scored twice while Kassie Oliver had two hits.
Against River Valley, the Eagles cruised on Lila Mitchell’s three-hit, four-run game, and two-hit outings by Halliwell and Hannah Annear. Lexi MacInnis threw five innings and struck out six batters in the win.
The Eagles pasted 13 hits against Moncton. Oliver, Robyn Power and Hannah Sentner each had two hits while Sarah Murphy added a triple.
Margaret Reynolds surrendered three hits in five innings for the win.
The Eagles return to the field July 17 to 19 when it hosts a tourney in Kensington.
Sydney Halliwell of the Halthorn Global Eagles under-16 women’s fastpitch team delivers a pitch versus Memramcook in weekend action in Memramcook, N.B. The Eagles won the game 8-3.