Terrace ringette players make the cut

Three Terrace ringette players are spending the weekend in Alberta as part of the Northern Lights U14 AA Team

Terrace Ringette players Bryn Giesbrecht

Three Terrace ringette players are spending the weekend in Alberta as part of the Northern Lights U14 AA Team.

Bryn Giesbrecht, Jessica Dahl, and Sarah McLeod made the elite team, which is based in Prince George and sees high caliber competition amongst the western provinces, following tryouts earlier this month. They’ll join teammates from Houston, Prince George and Quesnel in Lacombe, Alberta this weekend, Dec. 13 – 15.

“It will be an exciting tournament,” said Terrace Ringette’s Erika Nicholson. Teams from across Alberta, B.C., and Saskatchewan take part in the tournament.

“Alberta has proven, from past experience, to be a power house of strong players, but hopefully these Terrace players can give them a run for their money,” she said.


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