Lightning Ringette Road Warriors Dec 13-14, News (Richmond Hill Ringette)

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Lightning Ringette Road Warriors Dec 13-14
Submitted By Scott Thompson on Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Both the U10-Laughlin and U12-Mews Lightning teams travelled to Sunderland and came away with wins of 9-4 and 6-1 respectively.  The Mews win came on the heels of another 6-1 road victory in Markham where they tamed the Bears.  

The U12-Chamandy team came up short in their road game in Caledonia dropping a 5-3 decision before coming back to the friendly confines of home where they posted a 7-2 victory over the Pickering Shooting Stars.  

The U14B-Giordan team battled Hamilton to a 5-5 tie at home before heading off to Markham where they came away with a 6-4 win.  The U16A-McKnight team rode into Mississauga and galloped away with a 7-2 victory over the Mustangs.  The U16AA-Sarjeant team took both ends of a home and home series with Elora-Fergus.  Christina Mongillo had the shut out in a 5-0 win at home before the team travelled to Fergus for a 3-2 win.  Jennie Hearn was strong in goal while Rachael Dickie, Hannah Lee and Allie Pepper-Murray provided the necessary offence.  The U16B-Thompson team couldn’t shake off the rust of a 2 week hiatus as they dropped a 5-3 decision to Pickering.  

The U19A-File team started their weekend with a 4-2 home victory over Newmarket before splitting a pair of road games in Mississauga and Ayr.  After dropping a close 2-1 decision in Mississauga the team bounced back to beat Ayr 6-1 thanks to Meg Casbourn’s two goals and two assists, followed by Lisette Schulz with two goals and one assist. Jacqueline Badgery and Jenny Bedard rounded out the scoring for the Lightning.  The U19AA-Sandercock team also started their weekend at home where they dropped a 7-1 decision to Waterloo before heading out for a pair of road games. The team bested the London Lynx 3-2 before travelling on to St. Clements where they dropped a 5-3 decision.  The Lightning spotted the St. Clements team a 3-0 lead rallying for a couple of goals to narrow the deficit to 3-2, but was unable to sustain the momentum.  Brienne Paterson had a pair of goals with Darcy Woods netting the other.

The U9-Applebaum squad hosted the Oshawa Storm and demonstrated some excellent passing and teamwork along with an excellent debut in net by Brynna King.  However, it was not enough as the Oshawa Storm skated away with an 8-6 victory.  Sabah Esmail once again led the way netting 4 goals, with Caitlyn Ling scoring twice, and Aalliyah Natsheh adding 2 assists.  Outstanding efforts came from Isabel Ianni, Carlyn Joy, Nicole Pham, Hanna Weaver, Vanessa Kernohan, Natalie Applebaum and Kamalini Vundemodalu.

The OpenB-Todd team thundered into Oshawa and came away with a 5-4 victory over the Storm before coming home to dim the lights on the Ajax Shooting Stars 5-1.   Veronica Peacock got her second hat-trick of the season in leading Richmond Hill to their fourth win in a row and even their season record at 5-5-0.  
 
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