Lightning Strikes Nov 14-15, News (Richmond Hill Ringette)

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Lightning Strikes Nov 14-15
Submitted By Scott Thompson on Monday, November 16, 2015
All 12 players on the U10-Ianni team recorded at least a point in a 9-2 victory over the Etobicke Stingers this past weekend with Zoey Sconci setting up 3 goals and Shannon Braund and Mia Leroux recording their first ever goals at the regional level.

The U10-Applebaum team dropped a tough 10-6 decision to Whitby Wild despite a 4 goal performance by Kayte Lavoie. The team bounced back with an 8-6 win over the Burlington Blast when they scored two late goals to break a 6-6 tie. Natalie Applebaum was strong in her goaltending debut, especially in the final few minutes of the game. Brynna King wielded the hot hand netting 3 goals with Aaliyah Natsheh and Vanessa 'Cookie' Liu both adding a pair. The U9-Price team dropped an 8-1 decision to the Markham Bears.

The U12-Harling team won a pair of road games taking down Etobicoke 7-5 before putting together their best effort of the season in downing previously undefeated Hamilton in a 10-4 romp. Scoring came from throughout the line up with Caelynn Wiseman netting 3 goals and 2 assists, Michelle Pham with 2 goals and an assist, Alexa Togneri a goal and 2 assists, Jayden Balilti 2 goals, Christina Tsiolis a goal and an assist, Marlee Wilks with 2 assists, and Victoria Harling a goal. The U12-McKnight team won their contest with Sunderland with a 9-2 score.

In U14 action, the U14A-Chamandy team took 3 of 4 points in their weekend games when they played the Burlington Blast to a 2-2 draw before getting a 35 save performance from their goalie, Haley Zanon, in a 12-4 victory over the Whitby Wild. The U14AA-West team lost both of their weekend games dropping a 4-0 decision to the Guelph Predators and a 4-3 decision to Whitby. Despite putting together a strong performance with numerous quality chances, the U14B team dropped a 5-2 decision to the Burlington Blast with Julia Mews and U12 call-up Christina Tsiolis being the only ones to find the bulge the twine for the Lightning.

In U16 action, the U16B-Thompson team travelled to Cambridge to play the undefeated Turbos. Forward, Jocelyn Langlois, donned the goalie pads and made some spectacular saves to keep the Lightning in the match. After Amy Thompson tied the score 4-4 with her second goal of the game; Kylie Thompson gave the Lightning a 5-4 lead with less than two minutes remaining in the game. Langlois made a couple more key saves in the final minute to hand the Turbos their first loss of the season. The team then travelled to Sunderland where Langlois again played well in net as the Lightning skated to an 8-3 victory over the Stingerz. The U16A-Roman team split a pair of weekend games, dropping a 3-1 decision to the Ajax Shooting stars before shutting out the Oshawa Storm 2-0. The U16AA-Sarjeant team lost both weekend games falling 6-5 to Cambridge and 7-4 to Waterloo.

The U9A-File team split a pair of weekend games beating the Ajax Shooting Stars 4-2 at home before dropping a 4-2 decision to the Newmarket Rays on the road. The U19AA-Sandercock team opened the weekend at home with a well earned 4-4 tie with the Exeter Seaforth Explosion thanks to goals from Stephanie Mills, Madison Sandercock, Brienne Paterson, and Shelby Byers. The team then travelled to Waterloo where they dropped a 6-3 decision to the Wildfire.

In NRL action, the Bolts downed Waterloo 6-3 in a game played in Forest, Ontario.
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