Predators get six wins, tie on Day 2 of their tournament

GUELPH – Host Guelph Predators squads recorded six wins and a tie Friday on the second day of the Guelph Ringette Association’s annual tournament.

Of that total, Guelph’s under-12 teams had three wins and a tie.

The Predators scored a pair of victories in the under-12 R Red category as they defeated Sunderland 5-3 and St. Thomas 5-1.

Hailey Donais scored twice against Sunderland while single goals were added by Cameron Glasgow, Mackenzie Hood and Cassidy Richardson. Glasgow assisted on two of the goals while Donais, Elise Highton and Tori Saini each had one assist.

Hood had a hat trick in the win over St. Thomas while Glasgow and Erica Hancock also scored. Donais collected three assists while Hancock and Saini had one apiece.

Guelph had a win and a tie in the under-12 R Blue category as the locals tied Oshawa 4-4 and downed Sudbury 9-2.

Briana Blaymires scored twice in the tie with Oshawa while Olivia Chappel and Abigail Leclerc also scored. Claire Laurence collected two assists while Chappel, Ava Fries and Ella Petersen had one apiece.

Madisyn Lecompte struck for three goals in the win over Sudbury while Blaymires, Chappel, Fries and Leclerc had two apiece and Petersen, Emily Stanley and Ariana Trevisan netted one each. In the tournament, final scores are not registered as anything higher than a seven-goal margin. In this game, the actual score was 14-2. Chappel, Fries and Trevisan each had two assists while Adrienne Bird, Leclerc and Stanley had one each.

The Predators also had two wins in under-14 AA as they doubled Central Pickering 4-2 and downed City of Ottawa 5-1.

Abby Auger had a hat trick against Central Pickering while Gabby Jauvin scored the other goal. Sarah Pedersen assisted on two of the goals while single assists were awarded to Jaden Hounsell, Jauvin and Skylar Lina.

Liv Copeman, Hounsell, Jauvin and Lina had a goal apiece against Ottawa while the identity of the other scorer was unavailable. Picking up two assists each were Jauvin, Lina and Cerys Mochan.

The under-16 AA Predators won their only outing of the day as they downed Central Whitby 6-4.

Bronte Bilton scored twice while single goals were added by Hilary Davidson, Lauren Eccles, Samantha Hood and Ashton Kemper. Eccles had two assists while Davidson, Hood, Kemper, Morgan Kirk and Sascha Woolcott each had one.

The under-19 A Predators were edged 3-2 by Pickering in their only outing.

Avyn Magnus and Hannah Male scored the goals while Lindsey Carson, Male and Louanna Meloche had assists.

The Guelph Gold Predators were nipped 5-4 by York-Simcoe in 18-and-over B play.

Natalie Evans scored twice for the locals while Dominique Doiron and Emma Vanlieshout netted single goals. Evans also had two assists while Doiron, Crystal Marshall and Vanlieshout had one apiece.

The Predators suffered a pair of 7-0 losses in under-9 play as they were defeated by Tillsonburg and Sunderland.

Guelph lost twice in under-14 A as the locals were defeated 8-1 by Oshawa and 5-2 by Waterloo.

Jessica Hood scored against Oshawa with assists going to Jessica Robinson and Ashlyn Wiens.

Abby Chapman and Hood had the goals against Waterloo while Ava Forbes-Schnick and Olivia Howse picked up one assist apiece.

The Predators were defeated twice by out-of-province teams in under-19 AA play as they lost 6-1 to Calgary and 4-3 to Nova Scotia.

Rachel Woods scored against Calgary with help from Anna Lawrence and Taryn McManus.Abby Hahn, McManus, Nadalin, Woods and Claire Wyville each had an assist.

The Elora-Fergus Edge has three teams in the tournament and they’re being led by their youngsters.

The under-9 Edge collected two wins as they downed Sunderland 4-1 and Oshawa 4-2.

Roslyn Curtis scored twice against Sunderland while Jordan Doherty and Hailey Moyers scored once each. Elesha Miller and Hannah Moyer each had one assist.

Brooke Warner had two goals against Oshawa while Curtis and Hailey Moyer also scored. Assists were awarded to Doherty, Megan Hales and Warner.

Elora-Fergus lost twice in under-12 R Blue play as they were defeated 5-4 by Sunderland and 6-2 by London.

Sydney Feenstra, Teagan Feenstra, Kate Hales and Josephine Richardson scored against Sunderland while Teagan Feenstra, Hales and Tristen Wilson each had two assists. Getting one assist each were Chloe Cranwell and Rachel McCulloch.

Hales scored both goals against London while Sydney Feenstra, McCulloch, Richardson and Kayla Shaus had single assists.

The Edge also suffered two losses in the 18-and-over A category as they were blanked 6-0 by London and nipped 4-3 by St. Marys.

Natalie Lawton, Christine Thordyck and Allix Wallace had a goal apiece against St. Marys. Thordyck assisted on two goals and Josie Lawton and Wallace each had one assist.

The tournament continues Saturday and medal games are set for Sunday.

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