By Medicine Hat News on November 30, 2016.
Medicine Hat News
To say Medicine Hat has some strong strong 12 and 13-year-old ringette players seems to be an understatement.
Not one, but two under-14 teams from the city are undefeated in league play. And another merely outscored its opposition 16-1 in games over the weekend.
The Vortex improved to 7-0 with edge-of-your-seat wins over South Calgary’s Outlaws (6-5) and Northwest Ambush (7-6).
Bree Becker and Jessica Heidel each scored twice against the Outlaws while Lexi Owen and Hailey Hudson added singles. Down 6-4 with four minutes to go against Ambush, they rallied for the win with Hudson’s hat trick goal and game-winner coming with 1:10 remaining. Nolan Reid had two goals, while Heidel and Olivia Sim added singles.
As for Medicine Hat’s Blaze, they’re now 8-0 after beating the Outlaws 10-7 and the Ambush 2-1.
Jae Shott, Delaney Mastel, Presley Starner and Julia Tweed all had two goals against the Outlaws, while Serina Grona and Callie Johnson added one each. Mastel and Joren Gramlich had the goals in the much more defensive-oriented second game of the day.
If all that weren’t enough to signify a good weekend in the age group, the Attack whalloped the Bowview Titans 7-1, then shut out the Lethbridge Rattlers 9-0 Saturday.
Allison Mason had a pair of goals while Sheridyn Herman, Jade Forsyth, Sydney Anderson, Amanda Robinson and Marley Rose had the others.
Devyn Amundson and Sydney Carlson split time in goal in both games, sharing the rare shutout against Lethbridge while Robinson potted four goals and Ashlyn Seale two. Mason, Herman and Kylie Kallenberger rounded out the scoring.
Medicine Hat’s Misfits have had a lot of close games in their under-12 C division this season, and this past weekend was no different.
On Sunday they beat Calgary Chaos 7-5, then tied Calgary Storm 4-4 to bring their regular season record to 2-2-1.
Against Chaos, Medicine Hat got a pair of goals from Jordon Weisgerber and strong defence from Abigail Ulmer and Hannah Thompson.
Goalie Lindsey Bechtold was a big part of the story against the Storm, while Avery Weisgerber and Ruby Allen helped the ring possession game in a contest that no team led by more than a goal.
Last Wednesday the Chaos doubled up the Monsters 6-3 in local under-10 play.
Pacey Haskett, Margot Kerr, Leighton Wright and Erika Want were among Chaos’ scorers, while Nevaeh Ross, Annika Rostotski-Ashton and Alyssa Makepeace replied for the Monsters.
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