U16AA Sting finish first in the Airdrie ringette tournament

Posted a 3-1 record

The Central Alberta U16AA Sting posted a 3-1 record to finish first in the Airdrie tournament during the weekend.

The Sting beat the Sherwood Park Power 6-3 and 11-5 and split a pair of games with the Zone 2 U16AA team, winning 5-1 and losing 6-4.

Kianna Doyle had two goals in the 6-3 win over the Power with singles added by Carly Cherniak, Megan Grubb, Hannah Murray and Colby Wagar. Grubb and Hannah Morrison had three goals each in the 11-5 win while Hanna Gill had two goals and Saxon Anderson, Doyle and Wagar one apiece.

Kianna Doyle and Colby Wagar had two goals each and Megan Grubb one in the win over Zone 2 while Ashlin Caine, Cherniak, Grubb and Doyle connected in the loss.

Gracie Setters and McKenna Smalley split goaltending duties.

•The U19AA Sting downed the Sting Open B squad 10-6 in exhibition play.
Sydney Cherniak, Emily LeMasurier, Mackenzie Lindholm and Brenna Parent had two goals and Mckenna Causey and MaKenna Tonery one each

Goaltending was shared by Baylee Schulhauser and Rebecca Forrester.

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