U14AA Sting capture ringette gold in Vancouver

It was a big weekend for the Central Alberta U14AA Sting

It was a big weekend for the Central Alberta U14AA Sting ringette team as they went undefeated en route to a tournament win in Vancouver.

The gold medal win came at the Pacific Ring Tournament, against some of the top U14 ringette teams in B.C.

In the final, the Sting won the championship 3-2 in overtime against the host Vancouver LMRL. Sydney Schnoor, Ryann Tonery and Shaelynn Law scored in the win.

The Sting opened the tournament against the same Vancouver team and won 7-4. Schnoor scored four times in that game, along with two goals from Law and one from Eden Cade.

Their second game was a 5-2 win over Okanagan TORL. Law scored four times and Cade added a goal.

In the third game of round robin play, the Sting blewout the Prince George Northstars 11-0. Madison Kohut got the shutout. Jada MacDonnell scored three times, Katelyn Jegum and Tonery each had two goals and Leah Desilets, Payton Pluister, Cade and Law all had a goal.

It was a rematch in the semi-final and the Sting once agian beat the Northstars, this time 4-2. Law had two goals, Schnoor and Jeglum had one.

The U16AA Sting lost a tight game in their only contest of the weekend, 8-7 to the Leduc U19A team. Kianna Doyle and Hanna Gill each had two goals. Saxon Anderson, Megan Grubb and Madison Pluister had one goal each. Gracie Setters played goal for the Sting.

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