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The Kevin Quinn Re/Max Ravens are heading to Quebec for the national junior softball championship. Team members, front row, from left, are Sam Walsh, Parker Ronahan, Matt Lange, Jonathan Arsenault and Alex Jabbour. Second row, Ty McAdam, Grant Grady, Parker Day and Bret Cheverie. Third row, head coach Mike Bishop, Stephen O'Shea, Bret Birt, Owen Arsenault, Logan Gallant, assistant coach/manager George Weatherbie and assistant coach Steven Bishop. Missing was Dominic Mott.
The Kevin Quinn Re/Max Ravens are heading to Quebec for the national junior softball championship. Team members, front row, from left, are Sam Walsh, Parker Ronahan, Matt Lange, Jonathan Arsenault and Alex Jabbour. Second row, Ty McAdam, Grant Grady, Parker Day and Bret Cheverie. Third row, head coach Mike Bishop, Stephen O'Shea, Bret Birt, Owen Arsenault, Logan Gallant, assistant coach/manager George Weatherbie and assistant coach Steven Bishop. Missing was Dominic Mott. - Contributed

It certainly wasn’t the start the Kevin Quinn Re/Max Ravens were looking for.

The Owen Sound under-23 Selects scored one run in each of the first and third innings and then exploded for five runs in the fourth inning en route to a 9-0 thumping of the Ravens in the P.E.I. squad’s first game at the Softball Canada under-23 fastpitch championship in St-Leonard-D’Aston, Que., on Tuesday.

Tyler Pauli led the way for the Selects with four hits and five RBIs. Matt Wardrop struck out eight batters.

The Selects outhit the Ravens 15-5.

Jonathan Arsenault pitched 3 1/3 innings for the Ravens and managed to throw 14 first-pitch strikes on the mound.

The Ravens are back in action against the host Express at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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