UPDATE: Ringette teams have a blast at tournament

Terrace B.C. recently hosted a ringette tournament packed with fun competition between teams from Terrace, Houston and Prince George.

Terrace U10 ringette player

It was a great weekend of fun competition between ringette teams of all ages from Terrace, Houston and Prince George at the recent Terrace tournament.

Teams of players from U7 to U19 competed at the sportsplex during the three-day tournament Oct. 28-30.

A number of Terrace players stoodout in each division, and they are listed as follows: U7 – Solstice Wood, Erica Robinson, Leo Bothelo. U9 – Sequoia Wood, Aiden Hay, Eleanor Pachal, Nathan Darby, Brycen Frank. U10 – Rohan Cooper, Brenna Brown, Aaliya Benamar. U12 – Aurora Cooper, Sasha Davies, Tawney Cooper, Emily Mcleod, Ezra Lynn Pachal. U16/U19 – Bryn Giesbrecht, Brittany Biggs, Cassidy Pavao, Sarah Mcleod, Emma Kenmuir.

Great goaltending was displayed by Jessica Dahl (U19), Sophia Seymour-Wright (U16), Trace Pavao (U12).

Players in U12 and U14 divisions, as well as those in U16 and U19, had a chance to mix together to fill up their rosters. The Terrace players got the chance to compete together on a team with others from Prince George and Houston.

The teams played well and had a lot of fun, and ringette president Peggy Pavao said that for many players it was their first time in a tournament.

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