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More medals for Lightning Teams
Submitted By Scott Thompson on Monday, February 24, 2014
The U14A1-West team came away from the Ayr Tournament of Hearts with the Gold medal.  The team went undefeated during round robin action posting a 3-0-1 record and then went on to defeat a strong London team 6-3 in a semi final match-up before facing Chatham in the gold medal match.  The Lightning quickly jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the final and never looked back on route to a 7-1 win in securing the gold medal.

In a tournament in Newmarket, the U16A came away with their 3rd medal in 3 consecutive weekends when they took home the silver medal to go along with the gold and silver medals they won in Richmond Hill and Ajax the previous 2 weekends.  Going into the Newmarket tournament, the team had been playing some of their best ringette of the season but found themselves on the wrong end of a 10-4 decision against a strong Timmins team to start the tournament.  The team regrouped and posted wins against Owen Sound 7-2; Newmarket 3-2; and Whitby 5-4 to set-up a rematch against Timmins in the final.  Both teams played an excellent defensive game in the final with Timmins prevailing 3-0.  Other teams playing in Newmarket included the U10-Lee and U10-Harling teams who found themselves up against some very tough competition and unable to advance from round robin play.  The U12P-Zanon team played in the semi final of their division but could not get past eventual silver medalists Elora-Fergus.  

In other ringette action, The U14A-Thompson team went undefeated in their weekend games posting a 6-5 win over Oshawa on Saturday before settling for a 5-5 tie with Cambridge on Sunday.  The U14AA team dropped the Ajax Shooting Stars 7-2 while the U16AA team split 4 games in posting wins over Whitby 5-3 and Mississauga 4-2 before losing to Waterloo 5-4 and Guelph 4-2.  The U19AA team took both ends of a home-and-home series with Cambridge when they posted a 6-5 win at home before notching a 7-1 win on the road.
 


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