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PoCo-Ridge Meadows ringette takes silver at provincial tourney

It was a solid end to the season for the Port Coquitlam Ridge Meadows (PCRM) U14A Ringette team.

For the 13-player club, the home stretch began on Feb. 23, when the squad beat the first place-ranked Fraser Valley Team, and took the Lower Mainland championship title.

After the victory, the team made its way north to Prince George, for the Provincial A ringette championships, which took place from March 6 to 9.

The team’s first game against Kelowna saw them beat the Okanagan squad for the first time, by a final score of 6-5.
In their second game, the girls once again faced Fraser Valley, but this time lost 5 to 4.

In their third game, the team took on another tough Okanagan competitor when they faced off against Vernon.
 Having only faced the team once before and losing, the fast-paced game saw the PCRM girls come out on top, by a score of 6 to 4
No other teams in the provincials beat either Kelowna or Vernon.

The team’s final round-robin game went down on the evening of March 8, in a game against North West Vancouver.
The team has generally been successful against the Vancouver squad and this game was no exception, with PCRM taking the game 4 to 3.
This victory sent the team to the gold medal game, which they entered in the first place seed.
The final game was a hard-fought battle against Kelowna.

The team lost the game in overtime and ended their season as the silver medal winners.

The 13 members on the team are: : Amy Duplantis, Ashley Robb, Deb Berman, Fiona Turmel, Jemma Waterman, Julia Fung (goalie), Katie Carter, Katrina Ratner, Lauryn Goddard, Olivia Bollenbach, Sierra Olson, Sidney Crowe and Teagan Ewart.

It was a solid end to the season for the Port Coquitlam Ridge Meadows (PCRM) U14A Ringette team.

For the 13-player club, the home stretch began on Feb. 23, when the squad beat the first place-ranked Fraser Valley Team, and took the Lower

Mainland championship title.

After the victory, the team made its way north to Prince George, for the Provincial A ringette championships, which took place from March 6

to 9.

The team’s first game against Kelowna saw them beat the Okanagan squad for the first time, by a final score of 6-5.

In their second game, the girls once again faced Fraser Valley, but this time lost 5 to 4.

In their third game, the team took on another tough Okanagan competitor when they faced off against Vernon.

Having only faced the team once before and losing, the fast-paced game

saw the PCRM girls come out on top, by a score of 6 to 4

No other teams in the provincials beat either Kelowna or Vernon.

The team’s final round-robin game went down on the evening of March 8, in a game against North West Vancouver.

The team has generally been successful against the Vancouver squad and

this game was no exception, with PCRM taking the game 4 to 3.

This victory sent the team to the gold medal game, which they entered in the first place seed.

The final game was a hard-fought battle against Kelowna.

The team lost the game in overtime and ended their season as the silver medal winners.

 

The 13 members on the team are: : Amy Duplantis, Ashley Robb, Deb Berman, Fiona Turmel, Jemma Waterman, Julia Fung (goalie), Katie Carter, Katrina Ratner, Lauryn Goddard, Olivia Bollenbach, Sierra Olson, Sidney Crowe and Teagan Ewart.

- See more at: http://www.mrtimes.com/sports/ridge-meadows-port-coquitlam-ringette-team-grabs-season-ending-silver-1.918801#sthash.HuH0i5Hl.dpuf

It was a solid end to the season for the Port Coquitlam Ridge Meadows (PCRM) U14A Ringette team.

For the 13-player club, the home stretch began on Feb. 23, when the squad beat the first place-ranked Fraser Valley Team, and took the Lower

Mainland championship title.

After the victory, the team made its way north to Prince George, for the Provincial A ringette championships, which took place from March 6

to 9.

The team’s first game against Kelowna saw them beat the Okanagan squad for the first time, by a final score of 6-5.

In their second game, the girls once again faced Fraser Valley, but this time lost 5 to 4.

In their third game, the team took on another tough Okanagan competitor when they faced off against Vernon.

Having only faced the team once before and losing, the fast-paced game

saw the PCRM girls come out on top, by a score of 6 to 4

No other teams in the provincials beat either Kelowna or Vernon.

The team’s final round-robin game went down on the evening of March 8, in a game against North West Vancouver.

The team has generally been successful against the Vancouver squad and

this game was no exception, with PCRM taking the game 4 to 3.

This victory sent the team to the gold medal game, which they entered in the first place seed.

The final game was a hard-fought battle against Kelowna.

The team lost the game in overtime and ended their season as the silver medal winners.

 

The 13 members on the team are: : Amy Duplantis, Ashley Robb, Deb Berman, Fiona Turmel, Jemma Waterman, Julia Fung (goalie), Katie Carter, Katrina Ratner, Lauryn Goddard, Olivia Bollenbach, Sierra Olson, Sidney Crowe and Teagan Ewart.

- See more at: http://www.mrtimes.com/sports/ridge-meadows-port-coquitlam-ringette-team-grabs-season-ending-silver-1.918801#sthash.HuH0i5Hl.dpuf

It was a solid end to the season for the Port Coquitlam Ridge Meadows (PCRM) U14A Ringette team.

For the 13-player club, the home stretch began on Feb. 23, when the squad beat the first place-ranked Fraser Valley Team, and took the Lower

Mainland championship title.

After the victory, the team made its way north to Prince George, for the Provincial A ringette championships, which took place from March 6

to 9.

The team’s first game against Kelowna saw them beat the Okanagan squad for the first time, by a final score of 6-5.

In their second game, the girls once again faced Fraser Valley, but this time lost 5 to 4.

In their third game, the team took on another tough Okanagan competitor when they faced off against Vernon.

Having only faced the team once before and losing, the fast-paced game

saw the PCRM girls come out on top, by a score of 6 to 4

No other teams in the provincials beat either Kelowna or Vernon.

The team’s final round-robin game went down on the evening of March 8, in a game against North West Vancouver.

The team has generally been successful against the Vancouver squad and

this game was no exception, with PCRM taking the game 4 to 3.

This victory sent the team to the gold medal game, which they entered in the first place seed.

The final game was a hard-fought battle against Kelowna.

The team lost the game in overtime and ended their season as the silver medal winners.

 

The 13 members on the team are: : Amy Duplantis, Ashley Robb, Deb Berman, Fiona Turmel, Jemma Waterman, Julia Fung (goalie), Katie Carter, Katrina Ratner, Lauryn Goddard, Olivia Bollenbach, Sierra Olson, Sidney Crowe and Teagan Ewart.

- See more at: http://www.mrtimes.com/sports/ridge-meadows-port-coquitlam-ringette-team-grabs-season-ending-silver-1.918801#sthash.HuH0i5Hl.dpuf

It was a solid end to the season for the Port Coquitlam Ridge Meadows (PCRM) U14A Ringette team.

For the 13-player club, the home stretch began on Feb. 23, when the squad beat the first place-ranked Fraser Valley Team, and took the Lower

Mainland championship title.

After the victory, the team made its way north to Prince George, for the Provincial A ringette championships, which took place from March 6

to 9.

The team’s first game against Kelowna saw them beat the Okanagan squad for the first time, by a final score of 6-5.

In their second game, the girls once again faced Fraser Valley, but this time lost 5 to 4.

In their third game, the team took on another tough Okanagan competitor when they faced off against Vernon.

Having only faced the team once before and losing, the fast-paced game

saw the PCRM girls come out on top, by a score of 6 to 4

No other teams in the provincials beat either Kelowna or Vernon.

The team’s final round-robin game went down on the evening of March 8, in a game against North West Vancouver.

The team has generally been successful against the Vancouver squad and

this game was no exception, with PCRM taking the game 4 to 3.

This victory sent the team to the gold medal game, which they entered in the first place seed.

The final game was a hard-fought battle against Kelowna.

The team lost the game in overtime and ended their season as the silver medal winners.

 

The 13 members on the team are: : Amy Duplantis, Ashley Robb, Deb Berman, Fiona Turmel, Jemma Waterman, Julia Fung (goalie), Katie Carter, Katrina Ratner, Lauryn Goddard, Olivia Bollenbach, Sierra Olson, Sidney Crowe and Teagan Ewart.

- See more at: http://www.mrtimes.com/sports/ridge-meadows-port-coquitlam-ringette-team-grabs-season-ending-silver-1.918801#sthash.HuH0i5Hl.dpuf
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