First Provincial Event Results, News (Richmond Hill Ringette)

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First Provincial Event Results
Submitted By Miriam Weaver on Wednesday, March 20, 2019
Three Lightning teams travelled to Waterloo on March 7-10th for the First Provincial Championship Event – U16AA File, Open A Todd, and 18+AA Sandercock.

U16AA File

The U16AA File team didn’t get the start they wanted on day one.  They dropped two exceptionally close games by only one goal. On day two they came back to get a win against City of Ottawa, and would take another win against Nepean on day three but that wouldn’t be enough to send them on any further. 

The U16AA team went 2-4-0 in round robin play in a very competitive division.  They finished round robin standing in 6th place. 

Sydney Stabler finished 5th overall in the division with 15 points and Haleigh Beam finished 9th overall with 12 points.

Open A Todd

The Open A Todd team started off with a win against St. Mary’s to open up their round robin but finished off the first day with a tough loss to neighbouring Markham.  Day two wasn’t easy with the team dropping two games.  On day three they fell short to KRA Fusion but came out strong on their last round robin with a decisive win over Timmins. 

The Open A team went 2-4-0 in round robin play.  They finished round robin standing in 5th place in the division.

Courtney Gibson and Veronica Peacock tied for 3rd in the division capturing 10 points each.

18+AA Sandercock

The 18+AA squad started off strong on day one with a decisive win, followed by a tie against the eventual gold medalists, Toronto Adult.  The next day they started off with another win, followed by a loss to the eventual silver medalists, Waterloo-G.  They tried to bounce back on the last day of round robin and were able to solidify themselves in a tie for fourth place.

The Lightning would have to face Elora Fergus in a mini game.  The game remained scoreless in this match up that was 1:23 away from going into OT.  Elora Fergus would score the winning goal at that point sending the Lightning on their way.

The 18+AA team went 3-2-1 in round robin play.  They finished round robin standing in a three way tie for fourth place.


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