April 13th, 2024

Ringette roundup: U12B Fury finish ringette season with bronze

By MEDICINE HAT NEWS on March 20, 2024.

SUBMITTED PHOTO The U12B Fury pose with their bronze medals after beating Lethbridge U12-2 8-7 this weekend at the Division 2 tournament hosted in Lethbridge.


The Medicine Hat U12B Fury finished their ringette season in style at the Chinook League Regionals.

The Fury won bronze at the year-end Division 2 tournament hosted in Lethbridge.

They started the weekend with a 6-6 draw against Calgary South U12-1, with Danna Sawchuk in net for the tournament, and goals scored by Ally Martin with three and each of Kassidy Etienne, Myah Weber and Olivia Ulbricht finding the back of the net.

The Fury also tied their second game 7-7 against Calgary South U12-2 with Etienne scoring a hat trick, Martin adding two goals and both Brinley Cross and Arika McDowall finding the back of the net.

The Fury then went on to defeat Lethbridge U12-2 11-5. Martin scored six times with the rest of the goals coming from Annalise Robins, McDowall, Peyton Howes, Cross and Ulbricht with solo markers.

Their round-robin play was completed with a 7-7 tie with Calgary North West. Etienne scored another hat trick, Howes and Martin each scored twice.

The Fury went on to the semifinals suffering a 7-5 defeat against Lethbridge U12-1. Martin scored three times and both Etienne and Cross found twine.

Shaking off the defeat, the Fury went into the bronze medal game against Lethbridge U12-2, picking up an 8-7 win. Martin scored four times, Etienne tallied three goals and McDowall scored as well.


The Open C Force travelled to Calgary this weekend to play in the Cora Classic tournament.

The Force’s first game Friday was against the Regina Misfits, picking up an 8-3 win. Raynah Gibney scored twice and Rayelle Smith, Kaleigh McNeil, Kennedy Wilson, Kai Li Evans, Ami Dynes and Abby Drozdz each scored as well.

Their next game came Saturday morning against Rockyford Rush, a 5-2 loss. Jenna Clark and Wilson scored for the Force.

They then played True North later Saturday, coming out with an 8-1 win. McNeil had two solo markers and the rest of the offence came from Amanda Beaudoin, Smith, Darci Dynes, Jenna Clark, Wilson and Gibney. Even with the win, the Force did not advance and ended the weekend with a 2-1 record. Kelcie Wilson and Jordan Clark stood tall in net.

The Force’s next games are in two weeks at provincials.

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