Terrace ringette sees success on the road

The Terrace Ringette Association had three teams (U9, U12, and U16) attend the annual Joy Hoffman Ringette Tournament.

THE Terrace Ringette Association had three teams (U9, U12, and U16) attend the annual Joy Hoffman Ringette Tournament in Prince George November 8 to 10.

Going up against teams from Houston, Prince George, and Quesnel, all three teams dominated the ice, with the U9s going undefeated; the U12’s seeing one tie and three wins; and the U16 team gaining momentum over the tournament – losing their first game, but tying their second, and winning the last two.

For the U16 team, goals were scored by: Jennifer Dahl, Hannah Resch, Olivia Resch, Peter Nicholson, Danny Yoo, Crimson Leblond, Sarah Mcleod, Quinn Beblow, Cassidy Pavao, and Bryn Giesbrecht.

For the U12 team, goals were scored by: Lisa Nicholson, Ty Giesbrecht, Coby Landru, Grace Magnusson, Megan Alexander, May England, Julia Yoo, and Cedar Butler.

And the BC Winter Games Zone 7 team had two games against the Zone 8 team in preparation for the Winter Games in February 2014 to be held in Mission, B.C. during the tournament.

Some Terrace players are also part of the AA Northern Lights Team based out of Prince George. Their first tournament is in Lacombe, Alberta at the end of the month.



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