Red Deer Ringette U14B player Lyla Thygesen tries to deke past a Pembina Ringette Association player in the dying minutes of play at the 36th annual Friends on Ice Ringette tournament. The tournament features more than 65 teams across 14 divisions, with over 1,000 players participating. Games take place throughout the weekend at the Kinsmen Community Arenas, The Collicutt Centre and the Kinex. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Photos: 36th Annual Friends On Ice Ringette tournament underway in Red Deer

The 36th annual Friends On Ice Ringette Tournament got underway Friday in Red Deer.

More than 65 teams, across 14 different divisions and over 1,000 athletes will participate in the weekend tournament.

For the full schedule and up to date results, check out www.events.teamsnap.com/events/8856/results



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Addi McMahon of the Red Deer Ringette U14B battles for the ring in a tight game with the Pembina Ringette Association on Friday afternoon during the 36th annual Friends On Ice Ringette Tournament. The tournament features more than 65 teams across 14 divisions, with over 1,000 players participating. Games take place throughout the weekend at the Kinsmen Community Arenas, The Collicutt Centre and the Kinex. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Kinsey Foley of the Red Deer Rush U10S2-1 tries to get a shot on net against the Edmonton S2-4 Purple Dragons during afternoon action at the 36th annual Friends On Ice Ringette Tournament. The tournament features more than 65 teams across 14 divisions, with over 1,000 players participating. Games take place throughout the weekend at the Kinsmen Community Arenas, The Collicutt Centre and the Kinex. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Alexis Seymour of the Red Deer Rush U10S2-1 battles for a loose ring in a game against the Edmonton S2-4 Purple Dragons during afternoon action at the 36th annual Friends On Ice Ringette Tournament. The tournament features more than 65 teams across 14 divisions, with over 1,000 players participating. Games take place throughout the weekend at the Kinsmen Community Arenas, The Collicutt Centre and the Kinex. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

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