Hosts record three ties in Guelph Predators ringette tournament

GUELPH — Guelph Predators squads were fit to be tied as the Guelph Ringette Association’s annual tournament kicked off Thursday night at the West End Community Centre.

Guelph teams were in five of the six games on the tournament’s opening night and three of those games ended in stalemates. Guelph tied Waterloo 5-5 in U16AA, Stratford 6-6 in 18+B and Waterloo 1-1 in U19AA.

The Predators edged Mississauga 3-2 in U19A and lost 7-0 to Kitchener in U14A.

In the other game, Hamilton downed the Elora-Fergus Edge 5-2 in 18+A.

Hilary Davidson scored twice for the Predators in U16AA. Lauren Bilton and Lauren Eccles each had a goal while the other scorer was unavailable. Davidson, Eccles and Kaitlyn Sharpe each had two assists while Bronte Bilton, Laina Carberry, Samantha Hood and Ashton Kemper each had one assist.

Natalie Evans hit for three goals and three assists for the Predators Gold in the U18+B tie. Tara Lazzari followed with two goals and two assists while Dominique Doiron had a goal and an assist. Emma Anderson also had two assists.

Claire Wyville scored the lone goal for the Predators in the U19AA tie with Waterloo.

Rachel Woods and Neely Jarvis assisted on the goal.

Hannah Male tallied twice for the Predators in the U19A victory. Lindsey Carson had the other goal while Louanna Meloche had two assists and Avyn Magnus and Madison Richardson had one apiece.

Alexandra Brady and Jessica Sealey scored the goals for Elora-Fergus in the 18+A loss to Hamilton. Assists were awarded to Talia Harrison and Natalie Lawton.

The tournament continues throughout the weekend with gold-medal games slated for Sunday.

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