Medal Sweep for U10 Ringette Teams, News (Richmond Hill Ringette)

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Medal Sweep for U10 Ringette Teams
Submitted By Scott Thompson on Monday, March 31, 2014
At the Southern Regional Ringette Finals this past weekend, Richmond Hill’s U10-Harling and U10-Lee Lightning teams were both competing in the top tier.   After round robin play, the teams finished first and second respectively assuring an all Richmond Hill final, along with gold and silver medals for Lightning teams.  Read the U10-Harling story.


U10_Gold_n_Silver_edited.jpgBoth teams had their offence clicking during round robin play with the Harling team outscoring their opposition 27 – 13; while the Lee team scored 24 while only giving up 14.  In the final though, the Harling team continued to hold the hot hand besting the Lee team 7-2 to take the Gold medal and relegating the Lee team as Silver medalists.

While the U10 teams seemed to be able to score at will, the U12 and U14 teams had difficulty mustering any kind of offence in their respective divisions.  In the U12 division, the U12-Mews team was unable to get the offence going, scoring only 4 goals while giving up 20.  In a game against Mississauga the offensive opportunities were there but they hit the post 5 times in dropping a 7-0 decision.  In the U14 division, the U14-Edward team played well in every game but came up slightly short in each outing, losing 3-2 to Cambridge, 4-2 to Paris, and 5-2 to Burlington.

None of these teams get much time to dwell upon their recent outings as they now must focus on the Ontario Central Region Ringette League (OCRRL) Championships April 4-6 where they will be joined by the U9-Laughlin and U16-Booth teams.  The Harling team will also be presented with a gold medal as league division Champions for finishing atop the OCRRL standings.

In other ringette action, the U12P-Zanon team finished the season with a solid effort against the Burlington Blast ending in a 3-3 tie.  Scoring for the Lightning was Gaby Damien, Madeline Angaran, and Kaylin Joy.


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