Sting ringette teams bring home hardware from provincials

All three age groups for the Central Alberta AA Sting Ringette Association brought home medals

Sting capture two silver, bronze

All three age groups for the Central Alberta AA Sting Ringette Association brought home medals from provincials.

Both the U14AA and U16AA captured silver and the U19AAs earned bronze.

The U19AA squad won bronze with a 5-4 win over the Edmonton Elite. The Sting were lead by Brenna Parent with four goals and one from Sydney Cherniak. Rebecca Forrester was the winning goalie.

The U19AA Sting went 2-2 in round robin play, beating the Edmonton Elite 5-2 and Zone 5 Gritt 4-2.


The U16AA Sting team came home with a silver medal after a 6-4 loss to Calgary Pace in the final. Sting scorers in the final were Hanna Gill, Megan Grubb, Alexa Knight and Madison Pluister. McKenna Smalley was solid in net for the Sting.

In round robin play the U16AA team was 2-1 with wins against Edmonton Elite 6-2 and Zone 5 Pack 5-4 and an 8-4 loss against Calgary Pace.

Carly Cherniak, Kianna Doyle, Hanna Gill, Madison Pluister, Rachel Vandervlis and Colby Wagar scored against Edmonton.


The U14AA Sting earned the silver medal with a 6-1 loss to Calgary White. The lone scorer in the game was Ryann Tonery.

The U14AAs were 1-2 in round robin with a win over the St. Albert Mission 6-4 and losing to Calgary White 2-1 and to Calgary Blue 4-3.

Scoring for the Sting in the win over St. Albert were Shaelynn Law with a hat trick, Sydney Schnoor with two and Tonery with the single. In the loss to Calgary White it was Tonery as the lone scorer. Against Calgary Blue it was Law, Tonery and Charlie Young.

The Sting upset Calgary Red 6-4 in the quarter final with Law scoring her second hat trick of provincials and singles from Schnoor, Tonery and Young. Madison Kohut was solid in net all weekend.

The U19AA and U16AA Central Alberta Sting Ringette teams will be moving on to compete at the Canadian Ringette National Championships March 26th to April 1st in Leduc, Alberta, while the U14AA Sting will be competing at the Western Canadian Championships being held in Winnipeg.

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