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Sweetheart ringette

Three teams from Quesnel attended the Sweetheart Ringette Tournament in Kelowna earlier this month and they all did well. The U12 Blue Thunder had two wins and two losses. The U14 Q -Town Hicks, in photo, went undefeated with 4 wins in their pool, then bested Richmond 6-2 in the semis and lost 6-4 to Westside in the final to take the silver medal. The U19 Cariboo Pulp squad also went undefeated in their pool with 2 wins and a tie and knocked off Calgary Southview Sharks 8-7 in a semi final overtime game. Unfortunately they ran out of steam in the gold-medal game having only eight skaters and had to settle for silver against the Calgary Southview Chiefs.    - Percy N. Hébert
Three teams from Quesnel attended the Sweetheart Ringette Tournament in Kelowna earlier this month and they all did well. The U12 Blue Thunder had two wins and two losses. The U14 Q -Town Hicks, in photo, went undefeated with 4 wins in their pool, then bested Richmond 6-2 in the semis and lost 6-4 to Westside in the final to take the silver medal. The U19 Cariboo Pulp squad also went undefeated in their pool with 2 wins and a tie and knocked off Calgary Southview Sharks 8-7 in a semi final overtime game. Unfortunately they ran out of steam in the gold-medal game having only eight skaters and had to settle for silver against the Calgary Southview Chiefs.
— image credit: Percy N. Hébert
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