U12-Chamandy strike Gold in St. Catherine’s & other Lightning strikes Nov 21-23, News (Richmond Hill Ringette)

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U12-Chamandy strike Gold in St. Catherine’s & other Lightning strikes Nov 21-23
Submitted By Scott Thompson on Tuesday, November 25, 2014
The U12-Chamandy team came home from a tournament in St. Catherine’s recently with gold medals proudly draped around their necks.  Going undefeated in the round robin games, the team needed to get past the Newmarket Rays in a semi final match in order to reach the final. 

U12_in_zone_V5_edited.jpgNewmarket had already pushed the Chamandy team to the limit during a round robin match up which ended in a narrow 8-7 score.  In the rematch the Lightning got off to a quick start when Madeline Angaran scored the first of her three goals on the very first shift of the game.  Lauren Hood, Kaitlin Han and Diana Chaves also contributed offensively while Emma di Pietro provided stellar goaltending, coupled with strong defence led by Kathleen Murphy as the Lightning won 7-4 and secured their berth in the final against Paris.  The Lightning continued to carry their strong play into the final where they jumped into an early 3-0 lead in the first four minutes of play.  A solid team effort from the net on out led the team to gold with an 8-3 victory thanks to the persistent checking of Megan Brown, Diana Chaves, Nandini Desaigoudar, Madeleine Diecidue, Lauren Hood, Kathleen Murphy and Sabina Roua. Scoring were Zahra Mustin, Madeline Angaran and Serena Saltarelli with two goals each while Leah Chamandy and Alana Lee rounded out the scoring.

U12_Gold_-_St._Catherines_3_edited.jpgThe team coaching staff of Cindy Chamandy, Rita and John Angaran, Frances Barry, and Silvana Chaves are very pleased with how the team has come together this year.

In other regional ringette action, the U10-Laughlin team took down the Pickering Shooting Stars 7-2 while the U14-Giordan team tamed the Whitby Wild 6-4.  The U16B-Thompson team won a pair of weekend games by the same 7-2 score against Whitby and Sunderland.

In provincial ringette play, the U12P-Ianni team posted a 13-1 home win over the Markham Bears before going on the road for a hard fought win over the Cambridge Turbos 4-2 thanks to some timely scoring from Kalyin Joy with a pair of goals with singles coming from Haleigh Beam, and Sydney Stabler.  The U14A-West team posted back-to-back 5-3 victories when they bested the visiting Oshawa Storm before travelling to Ajax for a match against the Shooting Stars.  The U14AA-Roman team were on the wrong end of a 4-1 score against the Guelph Predators, as well as a 3-2 score against the Oshawa Storm.  The U16A-McKnight team lost a close road game to the Markham Bears 2-1 but quickly got things going at home where they shut out the Cambridge Turbos 5-0.

The U16AA-Sarjeant team had a very difficult schedule playing three games in less than 20 hours starting with a 6 pm Saturday home game against the Cambridge Turbos where they came up short 5-3.  Having to get up early for a road game at 9 am the following morning in Cambridge, the Lightning managed a pull out a 4-2 victory over the Turbos thanks to the multi-point efforts of Nadia Mattucci with a goal and 2 assists and Allie Pepper-Murray with a goal and an assist.  Christina Mongillo played solid in net in securing the win. The team had little time to cherish the win as they had to quickly travel to London for a 1:30 pm match where the tight schedule caught up to them as they dropped a 6-3 decision to the Lynx.  The U19AA-Sandercock team tied the score on three separate occasions during an afternoon road game in Pickering, but the Shooting Stars would not be denied as the Lightning fell just short when the Stars took a 6-5 lead with just over 2 minutes remaining.  Madison Sandercock had a hat trick with Brienne Paterson, and Megan Simone netting the other goals.  The Lightning then returned home for an evening contest against the Cambridge Turbos where the Lightning prevailed 9-4 despite a steady parade to the penalty box.  Scoring for the Lightning were Darcy Woods with a hat trick with Madison Sandercock, Mackenzie Craig, Tiffany McDonald, Sarah Esmail, Brienne Paterson, and Megan Simone adding singles.

The OpenB-Todd team dropped a 4-1 decision at home against Pickering before posting a close road win against the Sunderland Stingerz 4-3.  Meaghan Todd got things going for Richmond Hill before Veronica Peacock took over recording her first hat-trick of the year.

The NRL Lightning tried to go 3-for-3 in their weekend games posting wins over the Gatineau Fusion 7-5 and the Glouchester-Cumberland Devils 9-6 before dropping a heart breaker to the Ottawa Ice 8-7.  The only time the Bolts trailed in this game was when the Devils scored with 10 seconds remaining.

 

 

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