ROC REV: My Site News
Deja Johnson to Play at Niagara County Community College
After a year of prep school in North Carolina, the former Gates-Chili Spartan will become the latest Roc Rev player to join the Women's College Basketball scene. Our dynamic point guard will take her skills and passion for the game to the next level with the Niagara County Community College Thunder Wolves. Deja will compete in the NJCAA Region III.
Tuesday, June 2
Middle Schoolers Keep Winning
The Roc Rev Middle School team continues to roll up the tournament titles. Last weekend Coach Walker's team won the gold at the Rampage Basketball Thruway Classic. This followed up another tournament championship in Waterloo, NY at the Finger Lakes Main Event. Congratulations to the young ladies and their coaches for putting in the hard work that results in success on the court! EARN IT!!
Monday, April 27
ROC Rev Middle Schoolers Team Up for Gold
Monday, May 4
Princy McCollough to Join Mansfield Mountaineers
Wednesday, November 19
Dana Watts Signs with American International College
Wednesday, July 23
Young and "Old" Girls Champs at Gus Macker 3-on-3
Sunday, July 6
News From Run 4 the Roses
|15U Silver Division Champs|
ROC Lady City Rocks 11th Grade off to a good start with a solid 47-26 win over Rush-White. The City Rocks ended on a good note with a 59-27 win over the Michigan Storm. Nice to take a win on the road to the Battle in the Boro!
Our Baseline Elite sister from Buffalo hit the jackpot taking the 15U Silver division Championship with wins over KY Top Prospects in the qurters, Cincy Lady Tigers/Team Adidas in the semis and the Lady Gym Rats in the finals.
Monday, June 16
Freshmen Keep Winning at Syracuse Pre-Nationals
The 9th grade team took 1st place at Syracuse Pre-Nationals going 5-0.
The championship game was a true test of this team's heart – they were down the whole game, scoring only 7 points in the first half and overcoming a 10 point deficit with 2 minutes remaining in the game. Key steals, made possible by stingy man defense by Nicole and Sarah, got them back to within 2 points with 30 seconds remaining. They were able to tie the game with 18 seconds left and withstood a last second shot by the other team. In OT Skylar’s 3 pointer from the corner with 40 seconds remaining put the girls up by 3 and they never looked back.
The ladies had two second half comeback wins in pool play on Saturday as well. Champions win the tough ones!
|Truth Family Takes All the Varsity Medals|
ICC Truth at the Buffalo Summer Classic
|Buffalo Summer Classic Varsity Champs|
The 5/6th grade girls capped a fine season for Coach Walker with another championship. They went 3-1, avenging their opening loss in pool play to the Buffalo City Rocks 6th team by besting the Rocks in the semifinals. The Truth also handled the 5th grade City Rocks in the championship game.
Our 9th grade City Rocks team went 3-0 in pool play. They fell in the semifinals to the Flamborough Fire 47-46 on a three at the buzzer. A tough loss, but they weren't done yet... more later. The Fire went on to take the championship
The varisty girls bracket was loaded with Truth teams. The Buffalo 10th and ROC ICC Truth 9/10 teams competed. The depleted 11th grade City Rocks team went 1-2, while missing several players. A gang of 6 laced 'em up and got their win on Sunday with a nice second half performance despite the short bench.
The Buffalo ICC Truth 11th grade squad met the Rochester ICC Truth "12th grade" squad in the finals. The Rochester squad went undefeated on their championship run in Amy and Diona's final AAU tournament. Amy, Diona and Alex (on Saturday - she had to fly off to orientation at UMASS on Sunday) joined with juniors Ari and Adri (who sprained and ankle on Saturday) and a tough group from the 9th grade squad who competed and won (8-1) in two brackets - Brie, Khamera, Sarah, Aubrey and Shania (on Saturday) stepped it up, especially in some very physical battles on Sunday. It was beautiful to see Amy and Diona pass the torch to the younger girls and they all stepped up and carried it at various times. In the very near future, we'll be looking to see the 9th graders deliver similar peformances without their older sisters.
|Buffalo Summer Classic Varsity Runnerup|
Tuesday, June 3
ICC Truth 10th Grade NYS Champs!
|WFL Main Event 2014 8th Grade Champs|
Western Finger Lakes Main Event & FL Slam Fest Results
|FL Slam Fest 2014 8th Grade Champs|
Finger Lakes Slam Fest
Grade 8 - 1st Place
Western Finger Lakes Main Event
Grade 5/6 - 1st Place
Grade 7/8 - 1st Place - The grade 7/8 team went undefeated in competition this weekend. They had stellar performances in 3 of the games beating teams by 20 to 30 points. It is a milestone for this group of young ladies who scored in the 70's for the first time this season in a couple of the games. One of the referees commented that they were a great team, and we would have to agree. They have come a long way since the beginning of the season. All of the girls did a great job this weekend!
Grade 9 - 2nd Place
Grade 10 - 2nd Place - The ICC 10th grade team broke a record of scoring 100 points in there second place game.( the first ICC team to achieve this) Once again the "wolf pack" played strong and showed that they can achieved their goals as a team. Very proud of these young ladies as they never give up and continue to improve their game!
Grade 11 - Went 1-2 taking their two loses on Sunday when they competed with only 5 girls. Abby, Brooke, Dana, Deja and Kelsey sucked it up with no complaints, no excuses and hustled for 80 minutes. At 70 minutes into their day's workout, and on the verge of getting blown out, they came to the bench and said "coach we want to go to full court pressure". They started cutting the gap and for the next ten minutes, played some of their best ball of the day! Gutsy performance ladies!
|100 Point Game|
|8th Grade Champs|
WNY Lady Lakers Tournament 2014 Results
|11th Grade Runner-ups|
The Ladies of the Truth went out and gave their best efforts and produced solid results including a 22-8 record at the WNY Lady Lakers Tournament on May 3-4, with 4 championships and a second place (to one of our championships). A great effort by all.
The 5/6 Grade girls are developing good habits. They once again took the championship in the 6th grade bracket!
Our 7/8th grade team brings home the gold this weekend in the Lady Lakers Tournament. The girls were undefeated in competition, winning all 4 games. They have been working diligently in practice and it has paid off! With victory t-shirts adorned, our 7/8th grade team looks pretty proud of themselves.
The 9th Grade team finshed with a solid 2-2 record.
The 9/10 Grade team competed and continued to work their games.
The ICC 10th Grade Girls attacked like wolves on Saturday. They won both games by 30+ points. Unfortunately, due to a scheduling error they weren't able to finish out the tournament, but these girls still left a strong statement on the court.
The 11th Grade City Rocks team finished runner up, keeping it all in the family, to the ICC Truth Buffalo 11th grade squad.
And the 12th Grade team brought home a championship going 3-1 and knocking off the host Laker squad by 18 in the championship avenging a 1 point loss in the opening game. The Truth took the lead from the start and never gave it up running the lead into the 20's before backing off in the final minutes.
|12th Grade Champs|
More Class of 2014 Signings
Four more ladies that have and are playing with the program now have recently signed to play college basketball.
Sheila Hawkes, one of our longest participating players, will follow in her mom's footsteps as a Monroe Community College Tribune. Sheila will move from the Bishop Kearney Kings to play guard for coach Tim Parrinello in Region III of the NJCAA as she studies at MCC.
Bre Cason had her signing earlier this month at East High School. Bre will be trading in her Orientals uniform for that of Niagara County Community College. Bre will play on scholarship for Coach Nate Beutel in Region III of the NJCAA.
Mel Taylor has signed to take two of her games, basketball and softball, to the next level. The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame - Batavia will be sending Mel to the mountains of Pennsylvania to join the DII Mansfield University Mountaineers and coach Alison Tagliaferri in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference.
Alex Sullivan, who has just joined us this year from Southwestern Central High School in Jamestown, has made her commitment to the DIII University of Massachussetts - Dartmouth Corsairs. Alex will play for coach Amanda Van Voorhis in the Little East Conference. We are glad we can help Alex in her preperation for her first collegiate season.
Monday, April 28
"Wolfpack" Places in Pittsburgh
The weekend of April 26-27 some of the ICC Truth ladies headed to Pittsburgh to hit the hardwood. The 10th grade ICC Truth girls AKA "The Wolf Pack" took second place in the Pittsburgh Hoop Fest. These girls fought hard every game, but just couldn't defeat the BSA team. The Wolf Pack left with bruises, bumps and black eyes (nice black-eye D Raine!) but left a solid statement on the court that won't go unnoticed or forgotten.
Tuesday, April 15
ICC 10th Grade Champs This Past Weekend
The ICC 10th graders brought home some hardware for Coach Mathis. Lot's of smiling faces the results of hardwork and effort!
Tuesday, April 8
ICC Truth at Buffalo Tip Off Classic
|Coach Terrace and the 5/6 ICC Truth Team|
ICC Truth 5/6 Grade Girls Runner Up at Buffalo Tip Off Classic
Conratualtions to the 5/6 Grade team for bringing home some hardware from their first tournament, The Buffalo Tip Off Classic. The girls went 3-1 on their way to the medals!
ICC Truth 7/8 Grade Girls Have a Great Tournament
Coach Dee is very proud of her 7/8 grade team for their excellant performance at the Buffalo tip Off Classic. The girls went 3-2 and played some great basketball together!
|Coach Dee and the 7/8 ICC Truth Team|
Thursday, August 15
Four (Plus 1) Revolution Ladies Make D1 Commitments & Bre to NCCC!
The ROC Lady City Rocks (Rochester Revolution) is proud to celebrate our four + one young ladies who have verbally committed to NCAA Division 1 scholarships this month. Years of hard work and dedication have made some dreams come true, the opportunity to further their education and play D1 basketball.
In addition, Breyonna Cason recently signed as well. Bre will take her game from East High School to play at Niagara County Community College. Our explosive 5'6" guard will play on scholarship for Coach Nate Beutel in Region III of the NJCAA.
Diona Johnson, our 5'9" combo guard from Gates-Chili High School has accepted an offer to play for the Davidson College Wildcats and Coach Michelle Savage in the Atlantic 10 Conference. While enjoying the southern living in Davidson, NC and raining three's on the A10, Diona will study Pre-Med in preparation of her next goal of being an MD.
Amy Hasenauer will replace her red, white and black Hilton Cadet uniform for the purple and white of the College of the Holy Cross Crusaders and play for Coach Bill Gibbons, in the Patriot League. Coach Gibbons plans for the 6'2" forward to roam from the arc to the low block knocking down shots while she pursues a BS in Mathematics and Secondary Education Certification as well as developing a fine New England accent in Worcester, MA.
Adila Gathers will move from Buffalo's Tapestry Charter School to Loretto, PA and join the Red Flash of St. Francis University in the Northeastern Conference. When the 5'11" wing is not flying all over the court in Coach Joe Haigh's ultra-high speed game, Adila will study Physical Therapy.
Rachel Merrill was the first of the four to pick a direction, her's is to Burlington, VT. Rachel will finish up her career at Owego Free Academy and then join the University of Vermont Catamounts. The 6'3" forward will be working in the paint in the America East Conference for coach Lori Gear McBride. Rachel plans to study design and marketing.
Cierra Dillard is finishing up 5 years of varsity ball at Gates-Chili High School, since starting as an 8th grader. The 5'9" guard will make her next move to the University of Massachusetts. Cierra will study Communications while playing for the MinuteWOmen in the A10 for coach Sharon Dawley. A long time Warrior/Revolution teammate Cierra played with the City Rocks this season.
We hope to see Cee and Dee competing against each other in A10 Championship games in the coming years, not to mention Amy and Cee competing for the D1 school bragging rights in Massachusetts!
Best of luck to the
four FIVE SIX and the girls that look to follow them!
Thursday, January 9
McDonald's All American Game Nominees
Congratulations are in order again for some of our young ladies.
Adila Gathers, Amy Hasenauer, Rachel Merrill, Cierra Dillard and Diona Johnson have been nominated for consideration to play in the annual McDonald's All American Game. It is an honor to be very proud of. And we are!!!
We wish them well in the selction process and would love to see any of them hit the floor at the United Center in Chicago on April 2. (None made the final cut, but they were in the running!)
Wednesday, November 13
Let The Signing Begin!
Thursday, November 14
The Signings Continue and Conclude with Rachel, Diona and Cierra
Thursday, August 29
Fall Ball 2013 - Lancaster, PA 9/28-29
The Rochester Revolution will hit the road one more time this year. The ladies will be playing at the Bluechip Fall Ball Classic September 28-29.
The Rev line up will feature
2014's - Jontay Walton, Breyonna Cason, Sheila Hawkes, Mel Taylor, Sam Heiler with Amy Hasenauer (Holy Cross), Diona Johnson (Davidson) & Adila Gathers (St. Francis (PA))
2015's - Dana Watts
The Rev will be playing in the Hickory BracketGame #1 - Saturday 10:00AM vs. United NJ - Win 80-39 Game #2 - Saturday 3:00PM vs. NJ Sparks - Loss 76-67 Game #3 - Sunday 8:00AM vs. Central Jersey Hawks - Win 59-38 Game #4 - Sunday 12:40 vs. Team Final - Win 52-44
Wednesday, January 9
Where To See Us In 2013
The Rochester Revolution 16/17U Elite Team will be on the road in July. This year the Rev will feature:
2014s - Amy Hasenauer, Diona Johnson, Sheila Hawkes, Rachel Merrill, Adila Gathers, Breyonna Cason, Melanie Taylor, Sam Heiler and Sedria Thomas
2015 - Dana Watts
See us at:
US Junior Nationals - Washington, DC July 22-25Silver Bracket Pool DD - Schedule Results 7/22 @ 7:30 PM vs. Maryland Lady Pearls - Win 69-38 7/23 @ 4:00 PM vs. Virginia Lady Neptunes - Win 64-61 7/23 @ 9:00 PM vs. Connecticut Wave - Win 61-49 7/24 @ 3:45 PM vs. St. Louis Cougars - Win 62-37 7/24 @ 7:45 PM vs. Drill for Skill Court - Win 55-53 7/25 Pool DD 1st Seed Rochester Revolution @ 9:30 AM Court B-10 vs. Norfolk Xpress Loss 46-36 Possible Semifinal 4:00 PM Court B-2 Possible Championship 7:30 PM Court B-3
7/25 - The Rev could not get their offense on track in the quarterfinal game against the Norfolk Xpress. The loss sent the Rev home after putting on a good show at the USJN. The Revolution completed their April/July showcase run with an excellent 15-5 record! 7/24 - The Revolution took the #1 seed in the DD pool by rolling over the St. Louis Cougars 62-37 in the afternoon game to set a up the pool championship versus the also undefeated Drill for Skill - Moncrief team. The Rev knew what to expect, having the battle scars from a loss to the Drill team earlier in the month. The Rev fought on in a tough back and forth game in then made a final "push" and came through in the "pinch" at the end. 7/23 - The Rev kept rolling on day 2 of the USJN with two hard fought wins over solid Lady Neptune and Connecticut Wave teams. with everyone contributing to the wins, even Deja who was channeling her last minute clock killing skills from the bench to her indentical twin Amy. 7/22 - The Revolution opened up pool play with a solid performance in a 69-38 win over the Maryland Lady Pearls. The Pearls came out with full court pressure, but the Rev dismantled the press and turned it into points.
Run for the Roses - Lexington, KY July 5-8Pool Play - 16U Gold Bracket Pool E - Gym Sites 7/6 @ 12:55 PM vs. Ohio Rising Stars - Loss 65-61 7/6 @ 6:50 PM vs. YAAACE - Win 65-55 7/7 @ 9:25 AM vs. Michigan Storm - Win 65-62 7/7 @ 4:25 PM vs. Drill 4 Skill - Loss 57-52 7/8 @ 10:20 AM vs. Toledo Lady Ballers - Win 63-34 The Ladies of the Rochester Revolution finished the Run for The Roses with a solid 3-2 record . The first 4 games could have gone either way. There was some great competition and the Rev were up to it, with the Rev and their opponents prepared to play their best. Three fine basketball games and a couple grab and tackle games at the Imani gym courtesy of one "ref" who was not prepared do his job at the level the young ladies playing the games and the coaches who came to watch deserved. The Rev got more in sync as the tournament progressed. A great effort for the full squad's first tough event together. We expect even better things at the Battle of the Boro!
Battle in the Boro - Franklin, TN July 10-13Pool Play - Showtime 16/17U Pool B Gym Sites 7/10 @ 9:00 AM vs. Indiana's Finest - Win 46-43 7/10 @ 5:45 PM vs. DC Heat - Win 55-41 7/11 @ 9:15 AM vs. Angels Basketball Club Loss 44-42 7/11 @ 5:00 PM vs. TNBA - Win 47-23 7/12 @ 8:00 AM vs. FBC Norcal Blue - Win 63-51 The Rochester Revolution turned in a fine 4-1 performance at the Battle. The only loss being a 2 point defeat. The team continued to gel and delivered winning plays. This week ran the Revolution 2013 record to 10-4 in national showcase events, a record to be quite proud off. The ladies will take a week off from competition to let some bumps and bruises heal and get ready for our last July tournament in Washington, DC.
Boo Williams Nike Invitational April 19-21Patricia Williams Division WIN 61-58 in OT vs. Connecticut Wescon WIN 63-33 vs. Jersey Stin Win 71-61 vs. DM Panthers Loss 63-53 vs. Blue-Juel
ROC REV/ICC Teams Sweep Lady Lakers Tourney Championships
The ROC REV/ICC 15U "Razorbacks", Coach Terrace "Nolan Richardson" Walker and their 32 Minutes of Hell Defense finished off the tournament with a big win over Central Western to go 4-0 and take the 15U Red Bracket championship. The REV also defeated the Rochester Monarchs, Warriors and Revolution on the way to their title.
The ROC REV/ICC 16U team also turned in a championship performance. The ladies lost the opener to Crystal City and followed up with wins over Rochester Premier and the Lady Lakers to set up a rematch with Crystal City in the 16U Blue Bracket Championship game. The REV found their pace and took the championship game 76-60.
The ROC REV/ICC 13U team completed the sweep by taking the 13U Red Bracket. The 13U squad won their bracket over the Finger Lakes Elite, Finger Lakes Fury, Buffalo Storm and the Cyclones
ROC REV/ICC 16U Opens 2013 Season with Buffalo Tip Off Classic Crown
The ROC REV/ICC 16 U team opened their season with a solid performance taking the title at Ohio Basketball's Buffalo Tip Off Classic. The Ladies went 6-0 on the way to the championship. The key wins were both over the SMAC Elite. A 48-33 win on Saturday night gave the REV the B-Pool 1st seed. The REV and SMAC Elite met again on Sunday for the Championship and the REV took that 68-50. Both games were hard fought battles between two top notch squads.
The REV showed a bit of evergthing from their well rounded games - some lock down team D, Sheila, Deja and Sam with a little Kara style Black-eye D, runnin' and gunnin', clouds darkened up and it started raining 3's at times many thanks to Dee and Adila in the championship, Kori driving and dishing or swishing, Jess pounding the boards and Amy with the No, No, No, Not Today (or was that Ricky and Rodney).
ROC REV 4 Contributes to YMCA Rochester Revolution 16U Title at Buffalo JamFest
The ROC REV answered the call to help out long time Revolution and Warrior teammate Ashley Oriel and her YMCA Rochester Revolution team. The ROC REV beefed up the Y's short roster with four players and contributed to winning the Buffalo JamFest 16U title.
The ROC REV players included Amy, Diona, Adila and Deja. Amy had to go on a college visit and was not in the championship picture, but was in full shot blocking (and making) mode throughout the tournament. Deja contributed 3 pointers and a few lay ups along with killer defense. Diona was the floor general setting up everyone for easy buckets, while making sure to score when the team needed her to change roles. Adila was a delight to watch, shooting, passing and pushing the ball up court when she wanted to. All in all a great experience for all of the girls who were able to go.
Tuesday, March 5
GC Girls Represent the ROC REV at States - See story and video links below
GC Takes AA Qualifier GC wins AA1 Sectionals
Thursday, November 29
Bayne-Walker and Oursler Sign
The Revolution family congratulates Kori Bayne-Walker and Cassie Oursler on their signing NCAA letters of intent. Kori a senior at Gates-Chili High School and Baseline Elite regular will be continuing her basketball career with Division 1 Stony Brook University. Cassie a senior at Grand Island High School and also a Baseline Elite regular signed to play Division 1 basketball with Robert Morris University. We're glad Kori and Cassie were able to share the court with us and that we could contribute on their paths to NCAA D1 Basketball!
Tuesday, September 18
Kara Houppert Commits to Slippery Rock University
The ROC Revolution is proud to announce that our Kara Houppert, a Senior at Webster Thomas High School, has given a verbal commitment to play for NCAA Division II Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania for Coach Tanya Longo. Kara has been awarded a full scholarship and will enter the school in August 2013. Kara plans to pursue a dual degree in Elementary Ed./Special Education with a minor in Math. Kara has played AAU with her Rochester Revolution teammates since 2008 during the early years as part of the Rochester Warriors organization.
The Revolution family will miss Kara (and all the Houpperts) as she prepares to head off to NCAA basketball. The rest of us will continue working hard to follow Kara onto the collegiate level.
Sunday, September 30
Revolution Closes Out 2012 with Two Wins
The ladies of the YMCA Rochester Revolution closed out the 2012 AAU season in fine fashion. In the morning opener the Rev downed the Mid Atlantice Heat 63-28, with a dominating performance. The season ended in an all out war with the Mid Penn Motion. The game led some to believe that whereabouts of two former NFL replacement officals were known. The Rev were shooting 1 and 1 with 8:34 remiaining in the first half and the Motion were not far behind. The Rev surged to a big first half lead, but the Motion inched to within 5 or 6 in the second half. In the end the Rev beat the Motion into submission for a 75-63 win.
The Rochester Revolution finished their 2012 national showcase tournament tour with a 21-2 record. Beyond the wins and loses, the young ladies honed their skills, gained confidence and demonstrated their will to win together. They have earned the right to be quite proud of their accomplishments and the impression they have left on the college coaches evaluating their play. And now they will get back in the gym and prepare to push their games to the next level.
Saturday, September 29
Revolution Opens with Two Exciting Wins at Fall Ball Classic
The Revolution faced off with Drill 4 Skill for a third time this year. It was another competitive game. Kori knocked down a foul shot with no time left on the clock to send the game to overtime. The Rev ladies finished it off in OT for a 72-68 victory.
In game 2 the Rev took on Ring City. It was a back and forth contest. just like game 1. In the end, with another solid team effort, the Rev came away with a 56-48 win.
Wednesday, September 5
Revolution Returns to Philadelphia for Blue Chip Fall Ball Classic - September 29-30
The YMCA Rochester Revolution will be back out on the road looking to hoop it up. The ladies will compete at the Blue Chip Fall Ball Classic in Philadelphia, PA during the September 29-30 NCAA evaluation period. SEE our GAME SCHEDULE at the bottom of this page.
The Revolution line up will feature:
2013's - Kori Bayne-Walker, Cassie Oursler & Sara Dipasquale
2014's - Diona Johnson, Cierra Dillard, Amy Hasenauer, Sheila Hawkes & Emanuella Edoka
2015's - Dana Watts & Deja Johnson
Our game schedule is posted on this home page! Thanks to the coaches out there who have been following us. We look forward to playing for you again!
Revolution Take Second at 17U US Junior Nationals
The Rochester Revolution squad of 16U (Kara, Kori, Cassie, Sara & Christina), 15U (Amy, Diona, Cierra and Sheila) and 14U (Deja) players took second in the Silver Divison at the 17U US Junior Nationals in Washington, DC on Wednesday. A fine achievement to round out their July national tournament schedule. The team went 8-1 at the USJN 17U Championship!
The ladies opened the day by avenging their only previous loss this month by defeating the Drill 4 Skill team 60-45. As opposed the the game of runs in Pittsburgh earlier this month, the Rev took control from the start and never gave it back. Solid on ball defense kept the Drill squad from shooting the lights out like they did in Pittsburgh.
The semifinals pitted the Rev against the defending champion NYC Lady Bulldogs 17U team. The game was a tight struggle with the Rev down 36-32 at the half and trailing for much of the game. But the Revolution battled on and eventually wrested a 62-59 victory and a spot in the championship game. Link to NY Post Article
The finals saw the Revolution matched with the Maryland Grizzlies. The first 7 minutes of the game was back and forth with the Rev holding a 1 point edge. The Grizzles then went on a run to open a 32-18 halftime lead. The Revolution battled back in the second half to pull ahead 38-37 with just over 5 minutes left. However, the Grizzlies weren't done as they finished off a 52-46 win over the Revolution.
The Revolution finished their July national showcase tournament tour with a fine 17-2 record, an achievement to be proud of.
Tuesday, July 24
Revolution Continues Winning Ways in Washington
The YMCA Rochester Revolution continued rolling up the wins in the Silver Division of the US Junior Nationals 17U Championships. In the morning game the Revolution took on the Carolina Force. The Revolution took a 69-62 win over a tough Carolina squad that kept scratching and clawing their way back into the game. The win earned the Rev first place in the "Y" pool.
In the first playoff game the Revolution were matched against the NYC Lady Bulldogs. The Revolution opened an early lead and then the Bulldogs dug their teeth in, latched on and scrapped and scraped to keep the game within reach. The win sets the Revolution up for a Silver Division quarterfinal contest with Drill 4 Skills on Wednesday morning.
Monday, July 23
Rev Take Two on Day Two of the USJN 17U Championships
Revolution ran their pool play record to 4-0 with two wins on Monday. The Rev opened with a 60-43 win over Fencor from Philadelphia. The Fencor team came out shooting and took an early lead. The Rev were able to pull ahead by before halftime. But a confidnet Fencor team would not break.
In the evening game the Revolution put their game back together on both ends of the floor. The ladies rolled out some intense defense and ball was moving on offense. The Pittsburgh Rockers came to compete and the game was full of great action. The Revolution took a 37-26 lead into halftime and made another run midway through the second half to break the game open in a 74-51 win.
The Revolution will close out pool play against the undefeated Carolina Force to determine the first and second seeds out of the pool. The playoff round will begin at 5:00 in the Nova Dome.
Sunday, July 22
Revolution Opens USJN with Two Big Wins
The Rochester Revolution opened up at full throttle in the Nova Dome turning in two big wins. Game one saw the Rev downing the Monica Wright Elite out of Virginia by a score of 70-46. The Elite took an early lead but a Rev unleashed a defensive flurry midway through the first half and took control that they would not relinquish.
In game two the Revolution downed the NJ Shoreshots 53-17 using relentless pressure to shut down the Shoreshot offense and key the Rev running game. It was not a pretty display of basketball in a very physical game but the Rev girls were up to the task all over and down on the floor.
Saturday, July 21
Rochester Revolution Set to Compete at US Junior Nationals in Washington
The YMCA Rochester Revolution 16U team is in the Washington, DC area to compete at the US Junior Nationals. The Revolution squad of Kara Houppert, Diona Johnson, Cierra Dillard, Amy Hasenauer, Sheila Hawkes, Christina Carosa and Deja Johnson will be joined by some of our friends from Buffalo's Baseline Elite team. Kori Bayne-Walker, Cassie Oursler and Sara Dipasquale will donning the Revolution black, white and purple when the ladies hit the floor on Sunday afternoon. The Revolution schedule is listed at the bottom of the homepage
Wednesday, July 11
Revolution Go Undefeated at Run for the Roses
The Revolution came away with two wins on the final day of the Run for the Roses. First Jess was able to return to the bench. Then the Rev finished off their 5-0 run with a victory over the Baltimore Starz.
The Revolution finished the first July road trip with a 9-1 record. The ladies played a good week of basketball working very well as a team.
We'll spend the next week and a half tuning up for the US Junior Nationals in Washington to close out our July travels.
Tuesday, July 10
Revolution Takes 1st Place in Run for the Roses U16/17 Pool Play
The YMCA Rochester Revolution ran their record to 4-0 at the Run for the Roses, in Lexington, KY. The ladies turned in two solid victories opening with a 50-33 win over the South Jersey Blitz. The Rev ladies followed up in the night cap with a 70-56 win over the Lady Phoenix - Odom squad. The Revolution played great team basketball moving the ball well on offense and everyone doing their job on defense. Dana turned an ankle in the early game, but came back strong in the evening game.
The Revolution family kept Jess in our thoughts and prayers as she continues to battle with an infection that is keeping her out of the gym.
The Rev will take on the Michigan Storm at 12:30 on KBA #3 to close out the Run for the Roses and the first road trip of July.
Monday, July 9
Revolution 2-0 to Open the Run for the Roses in Lexington, KY
The Revolution opened part two of their road trip at the Run for the Roses tournament in Lexington, KY with two big wins. Opening at 10:10 AM versus the SMAC PA Elite, the ladies showed no effects of the 6 hour journey from Pittsburgh. The Rev clamped the D on early and ran away from the Elite in a 62-43 victory. Amy shut down the paint with 9 blocks and the rest of the gang pressured the Elite all over the floor. In the nightcap the Rev followed the same formula and downed the Ohio Lady Jayhawks 65-35 on the main floor at the Kentucky Basketball Academy.
Tomorrow will bring on the South Jersey Blitz and a rematch with the Lady Phoenix Odom squad from last year's River City Nationals which was one of the most entertaining games of the 2011 campaign.
The Revolution will have to continue to compete on Tuesday without Jessica Blocker who is doing battle with an infection that is keeping her off the court. The team is looking forward to having Jess back on the court with them as soon as possible.
Sunday, July 8
Revolutions Closes Out SEC with Two Solid Wins
The Revolution found a better rythym in day 3 of the SEC. In the morning opener, at 8:30 AM, the Rev were wide awake and ready to play. The ladies turned in a 74-56 win over the Mid-Ohio Extreme. The win gave the Rev second place in the B bracket. In the afternoon A/B second place crossover game the Rev came out with a big start and finished off the Branam HoopStars with a 69-47 win.
The Revolution and families packed up into their vehicles and hit the road for Lexington, KY and the Run for the Roses tournament which begins bright and early Monday morning
Saturday, July 7
Rev Split on Day 2 at the Summer Exposure Championship
The Revolution opened the day with a familiar opponent, Baseline Elite from Buffalo. The game was a back and forth contest from the start until the Revolution opened up a bit of a lead in the closing minutes. Payton Jackson came off the bench in the second half and hit a couple of big 3's that were key in the victory.
In the late game the Revolution took on Drills 4 Skill. The Drill squad opened an early double digit lead in what became a game of runs. Each time the Rev reeled the Skill in the Skill would make another run. The Skill made the final run and took the win 69-59 while playing a nearly flawless game. The Revolution ladies showed their mettle and kept battling until the buzzer. The game was a lesson in maintaining mental and physical intensity for every second on the 32 minutes that the Rev ladies will take with them. Yet even in defeat the Rev put on a pretty good show.
Friday, July 6
Revolution Open 2012 SEC with a KO
The YMCA Rochester Revolution opened their July swing on the summer circuit with a 60-38 win over the Tri-County Thunder at LaRoche College in Pittsburgh, PA. The Revolution came out firing on all cylinders and put a gap on the Thunder and never looked back. The Thunder threw everything they had but the Rev absorbed all the head shots and body blows and kept hammering their way to the hoop. It was a solid win for the whole squad with everyone contributing at both ends of the floor.
Monday, June 4
Revolution Place Second in15U and 16U Slippery Slamm
The Revolution stretched to the limits this past weekend at Slippery Rock University. A hearty squad of 12 girls took on the challenge of trying to win titles in both 15U and 16U brackets at the Summer Slippery Slamm. Both Squads took first seed in pool play. On Saturday the 16U girls opened with at 44-21 win over the Cavegirls. Amy, Dana and Coach Dee exited early to join the 15U girls for a 58-34 win over the SMAC Attack. 4:30PM brought on both squads playing at once in different gyms. Amy joined the 15U squad to provide size and a 6th body (and a 6'2" back up point guard) and led them to a 54-32 win over the PA Storm for the B pool first seed, while the 16U gang of six took a 62-39 win over Rock Solid.
On Sunday the Revolution 16U six cranked it up in a 65-26 win over the Western PA Bruins. The girls were firing on all cyclinders in a well played game by all. The win gave the 16U Rev the B pool first seed. Amy and Diona exited quickly to join the 15U squad for their semifinal game. The 15U team took a very physical win over the SMAC PA Elite. The girls were running on fumes with Allie sitting with a bloody nose, Sedria fouled out with Amy and Diona needing to get to the 16U game. The 15Us finished up with minutes to spare as Amy and Diona took to the road between Morrow and ARC gyms to join the 16U squad for their semifinal.
The 16U semifinal was a good battle with the Western Reserve All Stars. The Rev with a short bench battled to a 76-70 defeat. The girls showed a lot of pride and guts after being down big midway through the second half, they pulled the WRAS's back but ran out of people that could foul in the closing minutes.
The 15U gang of five - Arianna, Adrianna, Deja, Sedria and Allie Diehl - fell in the Finals of the 15U playoffs.
Sunday, May 20
YMCA Rochester Revolution Victorious at NBC's Battle on the Border
The YMCA Revolution squad came prepared to do battle on Saturday rumbling through Amsterdam (Xplosion) and Buffalo (Nets) in pool play. The Rev turned in 55-19 and 59-26 victories in the two games on there way to a first round bye in Sunday's bracket play. The Rev turned up the heat with sticky D spearheaded by the infantry - Christina, Deja, Adrianna and Arianna pressuring all over the court and their big friends controlling the passing lanes as well as the air space around both hoops.
The Semifinal game versus the Niagara Rapids brought much of the same on a 60-28 win for the Revolution and a spot in the finals with the Finger Lakes Elite. The Revolution took a 62-48 victory in the finals against a solid Finger Lakes squad. The Rev held the lead thoughout, but the Elite kept making runs with some timely shooting and fine passing in the paint. Just as last week, the Revolution got contributions from the entire team leading to another well earned tournament championship.
Sunday, May 27
Revolution Grinds to the Warriors May Madness 16/17U Championship
|2012 Rochester Warriors May Madness 16/17U Champions|
The Revolution were tested in the Rochester Warriors May Madness 16/17U bracket. On Saturday they faced the Rochester Warriors - Morien and Unity - Mannion teams in two hottly contested games. The Revolution took the lead from the opening taps but never gained more than a low teens advantage, eventually besting the Warriors 57-46 and Unity 66-57. The Rev closed out pool play on Sunday with a 59-35 win over the Lady Sizzlers that placed them in the Championship game versus the all senior Rochester Warriors - Paris squad. The Championship game was similar to Saturday's games with an early lead but a solid opponent standing there going toe to toe. The Revolution padded the winning margin, 63-48, with Kara and Christina draining free throws in the closing moments, while perfectly executing Coach Dee's "strategy".
Sunday, May 13
YMCA Rochester Revolution Bests Baseline Elite for Crown
|Rochester Spring Classic Champs|
The Rev Six opened with a big win over an out gunned but hard-working group of five from the WNY Rage. In the second game the Rev Six shrank to five as Christina joined Kara at HS lacrosse. Diona, Cierra, Dana, Amy and Jess took on the Baseline Elite 15s. The girls played a smart game and Jess nursed her 4 fouls for the last 12 minutes or so in a 61-41 win. Pool play was closed out with a full squad downing the Finger Lakes Fury to earn a spot in the championship versus the Baseline Elite 16s.
The final game was a tough battle with the Rev opening an early lead and the Elite taking control through the middle of the first half. The Rev made a late first half run to pull ahead at the break. The Rev continued to build a lead that reach about 15 late in the second half. The Elite made a late run to close the gap to 9 at the buzzer. It was a solid team effort for the Rev in victory.
Sunday, April 15
Revolution "Queens" of the ROC Times Two
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The YMCA Rochester Revolution bounced back from a second place finish a the Buffalo Tip-Off Classic with two championships at the King of the ROC tournament in Rochester, NY. The 16U title was taken by Kara, Kori, Jess, Christina and Jahara, while Adrianna, Arianna, Sedria, Cameron Graupman and Raine Gardner took the 15U title. Deja, Amy, Diona and Sheila did double duty contributing to both titles. The ladies went 8-0 on the way the two crowns.
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Sunday, July 31
YMCA Rochester Revolution Finish 47-6
The Revolution finished their 2011 campaign with a record of 47-6. The Rev went 32-0 in western and central NY and 15-6 on the national scene. An excellent season for the mostly 14/15U squad that challenged themselves to play at the 16/17U level all season. Congratulations to all the girls for their effort and accomplishments as a team. Also many thanks to Coaches Dee, Rodney and Teri for all their work with the team and Coach Jacob Scott for his workouts.
Revolution Close as Quaker City 16U Runner Up
The Rochester Revolution closed out the season with a loss to the Philly Triple Threat in an exciting game. The Rev started slowly and fell behind, but reeled in the Threat to take a 34-29 lead at the half. Philly made another run at the start of the second half and eventually opened a 10 point lead. The Rev would not fold and closed the gap to 4 on a three pointer around a minute to go. With 5 fouls to go to get to 1 and 1 nothing was in their favor in the battle with the clock. The Rev ended on the short side of a 62-56 game against a fine Philly Triple Threat team.
Saturday, July 30
YMCA Rochester Revolution Set to Play for Quaker City Challenge 16U Title
The YMCA Rochester Revolution opened the round robin championship round of the Quaker City Challenge with a solid 65-44 victory over the Lehigh Valley Showtime. The Rev again rolled out their agressive D which triggered the running game to propel them to the win. The Showtime squad played a nice game draining the open shots when they got them. But in the end the Rev's relentless D wore them down.
After a week on the road the Rev got a taste of home in the night cap, taking on the NY Revolution out of Buffalo. With a Revolution victory a certainty, the YMCA Rochester Revolution cranked up the RPM's after a slow start and maintained their perfect western NY record by defeating the NY Rev 61-41.
The Rochester Revolution will take on the Philly Triple Threat for the Quaker City Challenge 16U title on Sunday
Saturday, July 30
Philadelphia Continues to Be the Land of the Revolution
The Revolution took on the TriState Tarheels and FBC Defenders in the second day of the Quaker City Challenge. In the opening game of the day the Revolution defense stuck to the Tarheels and keyed a 55-44 victory. Against a solid shooting Tarheels squad the Rev needed to crank up the defensive intensity and found that extra bit of energy that has been missing.
The nightcap saw the Rev take on the FBC Defenders. The arrival of coach Dee with Kori and Tasia added some depth that was needed against an agressive and strong Defenders squad. The Revolution came up winners again 68-56. The key again was consistant high energy play from the whole team that was necessary to combat the Defenders full throttle style.
The Revolution took the top spot in their pool and will move on to the championship round tomorrow at 6:30 and 9:55 PM. Hopefully the late evening play will continue to bring out the best fo the ladies.
Thursday, July 28
Revolution Open Quaker City Challenge 16U With a Win
The Rochester Revolution opened their final (?) tournament of the season with a solid 51-42 win over the Long Island Silver Bullets. With a 9:30 PM start this writer is not sure either team was firing on all cylinders. All seven Rev girls contributed on both ends of the court and all probably dozed off for a late evening moment here and there giving the Silver Bullets opportunities to get back in, which the Long Islanders made good on.
Wednesday, July 27
Revolution Finish Up RCN at 3-2
The Revolution closed out the River City Nationals with a quarter final 52-47 defeat versus the Lady Phoenix Rudd team. The Lady Phoenix played a strong physical defensive game and made the hustle plays to get the win. The Phoenix looked on the verge of running away with the game several times. But the Rev, led by Cierra and Diona, kept their heads in the game and would not fold. The Rev needed to play a perfect game to combat the Phoenix and a couple other participants in the contest. Avoiding some lapses in intensity and mental breakdowns would have allowed the Rev to overcome the solid 16U Lady Phoenix team. Some lessons learned that we will take on to Philadelphia for the Quaker City Challenge.
Tuesday, July 26
Rev First in Pool Play at River City Nationals
The Rev opened the second day of the River City Nationals with a very physical game taking a 55-47 win on a late touchdown and 2 point conversion. Maybe it only seemed that way, but a late run of good D and finishing off turnovers iced the victory over the Lady Phoenix Prospect 15's. Both teams played hard in a grind it out, 3 yards and a cloud of dust game.
The Rev went into the final game of pool play needing an 8 point victory over the Lady Phoenix Odom squad (yes there are a lot of Lady Phoenix teams here). The afternoon game was a fine display of BASKETBALL. Both teams put their considerable skills on display with some great end to end action. The Rev put it all out there blood, sweat and tears. With a 6 point lead late in the game Amy took a a hard foul with a shot to the nose. Came to the line for a 1 and 1 and drained the first to open the lead to 7. Cierra pulled down the rebound of the missed second shot and the Rev converted to open a 9 point margin at which point Amy's nose cut loose and left the blood stains on the Randolph-Macon main court. The Rev protected their 9 point margin and took the C pool.
On Wednesday the will face .......... yes, the Lady Phoenix Rudd team in the quarter-finals
Monday, July 25
Rev Splits Opening Day at River City Nationals
The Revolution took their road show to Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Va. for the River City Nationals. The opening game versus the Wake Forest Wizards out of Winston-Salem, NC was a tight back and forth contest. It was a 1 point game with 5.1 seconds to go. The Wizards hit their two foul shots to open a 50-47 lead. Diona's 3 point bomb from 25 feet with defense in her face just rimmed out.
Game two matched the Rev against the Lady Phoenix Dynasty squad out of Greensboro, NC. The Rev found their scrappiness that was missing in game one. Kara's "black eye" D spread throughout the Revolution with Kara, Cee, Dee, She, Jules and Deja pressuring the Phoenix all over the court, Amy swatting shots and Shanell riping down monster boards. Toss in Dee on fire behind the arc and some fine runnin' and gunnin' by all - triggered by the black eye defense - it added up to a 61-36 Revolution win.
The Rev will take on two more Lady Phoenix teams on Tuesday to close out their North Carolina Pool Play.
Tuesday, July 12
Revolution Finish Road Trip with 7-3 record
The Revolution took a tough defeat to the Indy Gym Rats in a hotly contested final game of the Run for the Roses Tournament in Lexington Kentucky. The Rev lead by 31-30 at the half and trailed by 5 going into the last two minutes. The Gym Rats hit their foul shots in the closing minutes and opened a larger gap. The Revolution showed that they belong on the national scene and need to play a steady diet of high level competition. The ladies finished their first July 2011 road trip to the national scene with a 7-3 record. An excellent showing versus top level competition. All of the ladies should be proud of their accomplishments and learn from the lessons taught by playing high level competion.
Next it's on to the River City Nationals in Richmond and the Quaker City Challenge in Philadelphia during the last week of July to close out their "2011 National Tour".
Sunday, July 10
Revolution Tops Ring City Earning First Seed in Pool Play
The Revolution faced off this morning against Ring City at Kentucky Basketball Academy. The Rev opened an early lead and never looked back enroute to a 69-45 victory. The victory earned the Revolution the top spot in the "E" pool.
In the crossover game, the Revolution took a tough 61-55 defeat versus the NEO Swish for their second loss of the year. It was an exciting game with the margin swinging back and forth. The Swish opened a 10 point lead late in the second half. The Rev reeled them back to a 2 point margin but couldn't bridge the gap.
Saturday, July 9
Revolution Off to a 2-0 Start at Run for the Roses in Lexington, KY
The Revolution opened their pool play in the 15U bracket at Run for the Roses with a frosty 59-51 win over the Memphis Glory in a very well air conditioned Dunbar High School gym. The Rev put four players in double figures in the scoring column. Cierra led the team with a game high 9 boards. Kara and Diona each swept the glass for 6 a piece. Diona ran the offense dishing out 6 assists while Kara led the defensive effort with 5 steals, but no black eye. Julia and Deja came off the bench with some high energy hustle mixing it up on the boards and out on the floor.
In the afternoon game the Rev took on HG Elevation Elite and came away with an 82-58 victory. Everyone put some points on the board with four starters in double figures and the fifth with 8. The bench also put in a double figure effort with 12 points. The ladies we're on fire behind the arc knocking down 8 treys in the first half, not to mention more jumpers from inside the arc. The well balanced scoring was complimented by well balanced dishing as Cierra, Diona and Jess doled out 5 assists each and Kara 4. Cierra double doubled pulling down 10 boards and Jess added 9 boards and 7 blocks playing big in the paint.
Thursday, July 7
Revolution Finish Off SEC with Two Wins
The Rochester Revolution finished out the SEC at Rutgers University 16/17U bracket with two wins. In the final game of pool play the Rev downed the New Jersey Cardinals by a score of 67-55. Kara led the way with 18 points. Cierra and Sheila tossed down 15 and 11 each. The Rev bigs played BIG. Amy added 8 ponits and along with Jess intimidated the Cardinals inside game with many blocked and "altered" shots as Jess dominated the defensive boards. The Rev went 3-1 in pool play finishing second to the Michigan Top Ten and went into the Gold Consolation bracket. The Rev wrapped up the SEC by topping the Mass Hoops Jaguars 62-46. Kara lit it up again leading the way with 22 points, 18 in the second half, and her usual in your face "I want a black eye" defense. All of the Revolution turned in top notch performances throughout the SEC and are looking to apply some lessons learned at "Run for the Roses" in Lexington, KY starting on Saturday
Wednesday, July 6
Revolution Takes First Season Loss to Michigan Top Ten
The Revolution were bested by a strong Michigan Top Ten team featuring 3 ladies committed to D1 schools. The Rev fell behind by 12 in the early minutes of the game and then got into a better rythmn and battled the Michigan squad the rest of the game. But, the Rev were never able to string together enough stops and baskets to reel in the Top Ten.
Wednesday, July 6
Revolution Victorious Over Philly Triple Threat at SEC
The Revolution used a balance attack counter the Triple Threat with a quadruple in double figures. Cierra, Diona , Jess and Kara all put up double figure points (18, 17, 12 & 10) on the way to 79-55 victory.
Tuesday, July 5
Revolution Opens SEC with Win at Rutgers University
The Rochester Revolution opened the summer portion of their schedule with a 63-51 victory over SLAM Champlain from Quebec. Cierra and Diona led the way with 16 and 9 points respectively in the first half as the Rev built a 33-16 lead. In the second half the scoring was spread across the roster with everyone chipping in. Kara led the way with 8 second half points.
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Revolution Take 16U Title at Lake Erie Shootout
The Rochester Revolution closed out the Western and Central New York portion of their season taking the 16U Championship at the Lake Erie Shootout in Fredonia, NY. The ladies went 4-0 in the tournament. The Rev opened with a 64-45 win over Jamestown Elite. In the second game Saturday the Rev earned a tough win over Niagara Juel by a 71-61 score. Sunday brought on the N. O. Allstars and Niagara PAL. The Rev earned the wins by scores of 65-50 and 56-31 respectively.
The championship was costly as Dana suffered an injury. We all hope she'll be back on the hardwoods quickly!
The Revolution will be taking to the road in July to Rutgers University, Lexington, KY Richmond and Philadelphia.
Sunday, June 5
The Revolution Continue to Roll At East Coast Fusion Hoopfest
The Rochester Revolution wrapped up another championship taking the 16U title at the East Coast Fusion Hoopfest in Rochester, NY. The ladies cemented the championship with a 75-68 victory over the Niagara Rapids 16U team. The game was tightly contested from start to finish.
The Revolution went 3-0 in pool play by scores 64-26 over the Buffalo Defenders, 82-55 versus the Niagara Rapids 15U and 60-27 over the Buffalo Dragons. In the semifinals the Revolution faced the N. O. Allstars and came out ahead 78-54.
Sunday, May 22
Revolution Pounds Out Finger Lakes Slamfest 17U Title
The Rochester Revolution claimed their fifth title of the year taking the 17U Championship at the CentralWestern Finger Lakes Slamfest in Seneca Falls, NY. The ladies went 4-0 in the tournament. Game 3 versus the Rochester Premier squad was the tournament clincher. The Premier finished at 3-1 falling 58-45 to the Revolution in a hard fought physical game. The Revolution bigs (Dana, Amy and Tasia) led the way for the Rev in the first half. The guards (Diona, Cierra, Kara, Sheila and Deja) brought it home in the second. The Revolution took the lead at the start and never relenquished it, slowly grinding out a larger and larger lead as the game progressed.
The Revolution scored wins over the Ontario Storm (71-38) the Big Red Swarm (52-23) and Razmataz (58-20) to round out the tournament.
Monday, May 16
Revolution Turns Another Title at Franchise Roundball Classic
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Monday, May 9
Revolution Bests Baseline Elite for Buffalo Jamfest 17U Title
After being runner-up in the 2010 Buffalo Jamfest, the Revolution was hungry for victory. Even the Niagara Falls Fire Department couldn't cool them off during the fire alarm before game 3. The Revolution completed their run to the Buffalo Jamfest 17U title with an exciting 73-67 win in the championship game over Baseline Elite. Both teams were 4-0 in the tournament entering the championship game. The Revolution held the edge for most of the game, however the Elite kept the pressure on. The Revolution beat the Niagara Rapids (64-46), NY Revolution National (72-61) and Buffalo Defenders (60-35) in pool play to advance to the championship bracket. In the semi-final round the Revolution turned out the Peterborough Power 65-46.
Saturday, April 23
Revolution Rolls to Varsity Girls Title at NBC Syracuse Blue Chip Classic
|Who's the short guy in the back row?|
The Revolution continued their winning ways at the NBC Blue Chip Classic in Syracuse. The ladies went 3-0 in pool play. This included a 30-11 win over the Utica Lady Knicks in a game shortened due to schedule problems, a 63-34 victory over the Norwich Hurricanes and a 60-35 win over the Syracuse Nets. The Revolution posted a 55-26 win over the Nets in the semifinals of the championship round. The championship was notched by a score of 56-19 over the Utica Lady Knicks.
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Revolution Open 2011 as Franchise 16U Queens of the ROC
The Rochester Revolution 15U team opened by going 4-0 in the Franchise Basketball 4th Annuual King & Queen of the ROC tournament. The Revolution won the 16U crown with pool play victories over the Niagara Rapids 69-49, the Rochester Warriors 54-35 and the Rochester Heat 69-15. The Revolution and Rapids met again the the championship game with the Revolution taking the crown 51-33.
Thursday, July 15
Warriors Crowned 2010 13U AAU DII National Champions
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Thursday, July 8
2010 14U Warriors Place 2nd in 15 U Bracket to NYC Gauchos at Summer Exposure Classic
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Saturday, April 3
Warriors are 15U Queens of the ROC at Franchise Queen of the ROC Tourney - Rochester
The Rochester Warriors' 14-and-Under girls' Amateur Athletic Union basketball team had a great start to its 2010 season, winning the girl's 15-and-Under bracket of the "King and Queen of the Roc" tournament, sponsored by the Rochester Franchise basketball organizaiton. The Warriors went 3-0 in regular tournament play, with final scores of 52-38, 63-35 and 59-24, respectively. They went on to win the championship round over the Finger Lakes Fury 52-19. Overall, their four-game tournament statistics were strong, with the girls pulling in more than 100 rebounds, giving 59 assists and capturing 55 steals. Team members include Teja Reaves (9th grade - Aquinas), Cierra Dillard (8th grade - Gates Chili), Jessica Blocker (9th grade - Brockport), Diona Johnson (8th grade - Aquinas), Kara Houppert (9th grade - Webster Thomas), Julia Bender (9th grade . Webster Thomas), Christina Carcsa (9th grade -Webster Schroeder), Alexis Hutto (8th grade - Victor)and Amy Hasenauer (8th grade - Hilton). The girls are coached by D'Onnarae .Johnson, Teri Proietti and Rodney Johnson.
Saturday, May 15
Warriors 15U Champions at 2010 Erie Spring Classic
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Saturday, June 5
Warriors High School Girls Champions at 2010 Grand Nationals NIT - Strongsville, OH
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Sunday, May 30
2010 Warriors Win 16U Rochester Warriors Tournament
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Friday, May 14
14U Warriors 2nd in 16/17U Bracket to 16/17U Central PA Runnin' Rebs at 2010 Buffalo Jamfest
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Sunday, June 20
2010 Warriors Win 13U Title at Syracuse Pre-Nationals
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