Calgary Rouge player Daylen Wathen fights through the forecheck of Sting U19AA player Megan Grubb Saturday at the Central Alberta Sting Ringette Icebreaker Tournament. Twenty-two teams from across the province competed in three divisions at the weekend tournament in Lacombe. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Calgary Rouge player Daylen Wathen fights through the forecheck of Sting U19AA player Megan Grubb Saturday at the Central Alberta Sting Ringette Icebreaker Tournament. Twenty-two teams from across the province competed in three divisions at the weekend tournament in Lacombe. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Photos: Central Alberta Sting Ringette host Icebreaker tourney

The Central Alberta Sting Ringette hosted their annual Icebreaker Tournament in Lacombe this weekend.

Twenty-two teams from across the province in the U19AA, U16AA and U14AA age group competed at the tournament.

The Sting U19AA team finished round robin 1-2, and beat Edmonton in 4-2 in the playoffs to earn fifth place. Rachel Vandervlis had a pair of goals in the win and Saxon Anderson and Hanna Gill also scored.

In the U16AA bracket, the Sting also finished 1-2 in round robin. In the seventh-place game, the Sting beat Zone 2 4-1. Ryann Tonery had two goals, while Shaelynn Law and Sydney Schnoor added a pair.



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Calgary Rouge player Daylen Wathen fights through the forecheck of Sting U19AA player Megan Grubb Saturday at the Central Alberta Sting Ringette Icebreaker Tournament. Twenty-two teams from across the province competed in three divisions at the weekend tournament in Lacombe. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Calgary Rouge player Daylen Wathen fights through the forecheck of Sting U19AA player Megan Grubb Saturday at the Central Alberta Sting Ringette Icebreaker Tournament. Twenty-two teams from across the province competed in three divisions at the weekend tournament in Lacombe. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Central Alberta Sting U19AA player Colby Wagar battles with Calgary Rouge’s Ireland Moro during first-period action at the Gary Moe Auto Group Sportsplex in Lacombe on Saturday. The Rouge knocked off the Sting 7-0 in the contest. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

Central Alberta Sting U19AA player Colby Wagar battles with Calgary Rouge’s Ireland Moro during first-period action at the Gary Moe Auto Group Sportsplex in Lacombe on Saturday. The Rouge knocked off the Sting 7-0 in the contest. (Photo by BYRON HACKETT/Advocate Staff)

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