Visitors capture gold in Guelph ringette tourney
GUELPH – They came and they conquered.
Visiting squads won all the category titles at the annual Guelph Ringette Association tournament Sunday.
Whitby outlasted the Guelph Predators 9-6 in the final.
Owen Elgbacka had a pair of goals for the Predators while Kinsey Almquist and Megan Hancock also scored. The scorer of the other two goals was unavailable. Alexa Whale assisted on two of the goals while single assists were recorded by Elgbacka and Claire Pulleyblank.
Charlotte Senior had four goals for Whitby while Ava Rotondi had a hat trick and Lauren Anstey scored twice.
Waterloo edged the Guelph Predators 2-1 in the final.
Campbell Schnurr for the locals while Gabrielle Jauvin assisted on the goal.
Jace Cormier scored the winner for Waterloo as she had the lone goal of the second period winner. Emily Sharpe scored the other goal.
Waterloo nipped Whitby 3-2 in one semifinal while the Predators dropped Richmond Hill 5-2 in the other.
Gabrielle Jauvin connected for a pair of goals for the Predators while single goals were added by Mackenzie Kovats, Skylar Lina and Rosie McDougall. Kovats collected two assists while Campbell Schnurr and Marin Storey had one each.
The Predators were doubled 6-3 by Manitoba Bonivital in the final.
Abby Auger had a pair of goals for Guelph while Julia Mezenberg also scored. Getting one assist apiece were Jaden Hounsell, Mezenberg and Sascha Woolcott.
Alexsi Kavvadas and Kayla Little tallied twice apiece for Manitoba Bonivitalwhile assists went to Kiana Adolphe and Stephanie Di Quinzio,
The Predators reached the final by dumping Mississauga 7-1 in the semifinal.
Lauren Bilton and Rilee Devries scored twice each for the Predators while Bronte Bilton, Hounsell and Hanna Hutton each added a single goal. Devries and Hounsell each had two assists while single assists were collected by Bronte Bilton, Hutton, Julia Mezenberg and Sascha Woolcott.
Manitoba Bonivital doubled Waterloo 4-2 in the final.
The Predators were knocked out of the semifinals following a 6-3 loss to Oshawa, the eventual champions.
Julia Abraham had two goals for Guelph while Bella Chappel had the other one. Mary Duffy-Lazzari, Grace Hendry, Anna Kelly and Alison Wright each had an assist.
Oshawa defeated Dorchester 6-4 in the final.
Makayla Wheeler-Vieira had a hat trick for Oshawa while other goals were scored by Kaitlynn Martin, Abby McNevin and Chloe Vanderlinde.
Chloe Bozik netted two goals for Dorchester and Zoe Maddox and Isabel Siew added single goals.
The Predators White completed preliminary-round play with an 8-2 loss to Chatham.
Sarah Pezzano and Meghan Purdie scored the goals for Guelph while the Bisbees, Lara and Nikki, each had an assist.
Halton squeezed by Chatham 6-4 in the final.
Lisa Boudreau had three goals for Halton while Heather Murray scored one of the goals. The identity of the scorer of the other two goals was unavailable.
Hannah Doforno had two goals for Chatham and Jennifer Belanger and Tristen Stewart added one goal apiece.
Burlington dumped Caledonia 7-2 in the final.
Gemma Fueton scored four times for Burlington while Charlotte Breen, Madison Dougal and Chloe Poitras also scored.
Lizzy Freypons and Nicole Vanbesien had the goals for Caledonia.
Kitchener doubled Burlington 4-2 in the championship match.
Kitchener received goals from Danielle Abrams, Madi Atkins, Maddy Chandler and Mackenzie Forrest,
Zoe Vigar netted both goals for Burlington.
Caledonia downed Goderich 5-1 in the final.
Cassie Hills had a hat trick for Caledonia while the other goals were scored by Kyla Campbell and Tika Davidson.
Grace Taylor had the lone goal for Goderich.
Timmins edged Forest 2-1 in the final on Kara D’Arcangelo second-period goal, the only goal of period.
Magalie Durepos-Létourneau scored in the first period for Timmins while Haleigh Rops scored for Forest.
West Ferris slipped by Mitchell 4-3 in the final.
Dominique Baldasaro had two goals for West Ferris and Lauryn Hamilton and Michelle Williamson had one apiece.
Emma Bryans, Nathalie Reay and Kaylin Rose hit for the goals for Mitchell.
Manitoba Eastman handed Nova Scotia a 5-3 setback in the final.
Kailey Rouire had a pair of goals for Eastman while single goals were added by Natalie Derbowka, Milica Oravec and Belle Paisley.
Emma Kelly, Emma Simpson and Meredith Tulloch scored for Nova Scotia.
The Carleton Ravens doubled Ajax 4-2 in the championship game.
Deanna Vien tallied twice for Carleton while the other goals were scored by Christie Kellam and Emma Thom.
Dani Bechard and Stephanie Di Martino struck for the goals for Ajax.
Final: Whitby 9 Guelph Predators 6
Semifinal: Oshawa 6 Guelph Predators 3
Final: Oshawa 6 Dorchester 4
Final: Burlington 7 Caledonia 2
Semifinal: Burlington 3 Mississauga 2
Semifinal: Kitchener 6 West Ferris 0
Final: Kitchener 4 Burlington 2
Semifinal: Waterloo 3 Whitby 2
Semifinal: Guelph Predators 5 Richmond Hill 2
Final: Waterloo 2 Guelph Predators 1
Final: Caledonia 5 Goderich 1
Semifinal: Forest 4 Sudbury 2
Semifinal: Timmins 6 Ajax 3
Final: Timmins 2 Forest 1
Semifinal: Guelph Predators 7 Mississauga 1
Semifinal: Manitoba Bonivital 4 Waterloo 2
Final: Manitoba Bonivital 6 Guelph Predators 3
Semifinal: West Ferris 5 Timmins 4
Semifinal: Mitchell 4 Nova Scotia 3 (OT)
Final: West Ferris 4 Mitchell 3
Semifinal: Manitoba Eastman 4 Richmond Hill 1
Semifinal: Nova Scotia 7 City of Ottawa 6 (OT)
Final: Manitoba Eastman 5 Nova Scotia 3
St. Thomas 6 Halton 4
Chatham 8 Guelph Predators White 2
Final: Halton 6 Chatham 4
Semifinal: Carleton University 6 Valley East 5
Final: Carleton University 4 Ajax 2
- Guelph Sports Journal