Five Predators teams set to play in tourney Sunday

GUELPH – Five teams from the host Guelph Ringette Association Predators are slated to play Sunday on the final day of the GRA’s annual tournament.

Scheduled to play Sunday are the U8, U9, U14 AA, U16 AA and 18+ B Predators.

The U8s are to play their round-robin games as they’re to battle Oshawa and Dorchester.

The U9s advanced to the division’s championship match and are to play Whitby at the West End arena at 11:15 a.m.

The U14 AAs are to tangle with Richmond Hill in a semifinal at the Victoria Road arena at 9:30 a.m. If they win they’ll advance to the 2:45 p.m. final at the Victoria Road arena against either Waterloo or Whitby.

The U16 AAs are to take on Mississauga in a semifinal at 7 a.m. at the West End arena. The winner is to play either Waterloo or Manitoba Bonivital in the final at Victoria Road arena at 12 p.m.

The 18+ Bs are to complete their round-robin segment of the tournament with a game against Chatham at the Gryphon Centre at 12 p.m. The first- and second-place finishers in the round-robin advance to the final at the West End arena at 4 p.m.


Guelph Predators


The Predators dropped Richmond Hill 9-2 in their semifinal Saturday.

Megan Hancock struck for four goals while Kirpal Chane and Isabelle Lemelin scored twice each. Kinsey Almquist and Payton Dodd-Craig added the other goals. Alexa Whale had four assists, Almquist and Owen Elgbacka three each, Dodd-Craig and Claire Pulleyblank two each and Kali Gonsalves, Hancock and Katie McElwain one apiece.



The Predators downed Whitby 5-3.

Grace Hendry had a hat trick while Julia Abraham and Audrey Beattie also scored. Abraham and Anna Kelly each had two assists while Bella Chappel had one.


U14 R

The Predators clouted Whitby 8-3.

Cameron Glasgow led the locals with six goals and an assist while Hailey Donais and Cassidy Richardson each added a single goal. Donais also had two assists while Hannah Kleist and Abby Leclerc had one each.


U14 A

The Predators were defeated 4-2 by Mississauga and 7-0 by Kitchener.

Bonita Dang and Rachel Hancock scored against Mississauga while assists were awarded to Amiaya Copeman and Dang.


U14 AA

The Predators scored a pair of 5-1 wins as they defeated Forest and the City of Ottawa.

Skylar Lina and Campbell Schnurr scored twice each against Forest while Rosie McDougall had the other goal. Mackenzie Kovats collected three assists while Marin Storey had two and Ava Forbes-Schnick and Lina had one each.

Mackenzie Kovats and Campbell Schnurr had two goals apiece against Ottawa while Skylar Lina also scored. Assists were awarded to Ava Forbes-Schnick, Kovats, Lina, Rosie McDougall, Sarah Storey and Marin Storey.



The Predators were handed setbacks by Forest (7-0) and Whitby (4-1).

Jessica Robinson scored against Whitby on a play assisted by Olivia Curtis.


U16 AA

The Predators were dropped 6-1 by Manitoba Bonivital before they edged City of Ottawa 5-4.

Jaden Hounsell had an unassisted goal against Bonivital.

Julia Mezenberg scored twice against Ottawa while Abby Auger, Lauren Bilton and Rilee Devries netted single goals. Auger, Lauren Bilton and Samantha Tracey each had two assists while Bronte Bilton and Kaitlyn Sharpe had one each.



The Predators split their games as they downed Whitby 5-2 and were shut out 2-0 by Timmins.

Morgan Kirk and Louana Meloche each had two goals against Whitby while Mackenzie Kuntz scored the other goal. Amy Aitchison assisted on three of the goals while Laina Carberry, Abbigayle Crampton, Bryn McClennan and Jazmine Weber each had one assist.


U19 AA

The Predators also had a win and a loss as they nipped London 7-5 and were edged 6-4 by Eastman.

Liza Knill had two goals against London while Hilary Davidson, Lauren Eccles, Danielle McIntosh, Ainsleigh Wedrow and Claire Wyville fired in one goal apiece. Mel Hatch had three assists while Knill had two and Marlee Allen, Sid Claerbout, Davidson, McIntosh and Rachel Woods each had one.

Claire Wyville had a hat trick against Eastman while Liza Knill scored the other goal. Getting one assist apiece were Marlee Allen, Lauren Eccles, Mel Hatch, Danielle McIntosh, Christina Nadalin and Heather Vink.


18+ B

The Predators White battled St. Thomas to a 6-6 standoff.

Meghan Purdie had two goals for the Predators while Nikki Bisbee, Lara Bisbee, Michelle Conlon and Kyla Huck added single goals. Kelly Barnes and Ashley Grant each had an assist.


Guelph Gryphons

18+ A

The Gryphons split their Saturday games as they lost 7-5 to Valley East and won 5-2 over Kingston.

Lauren Cole and Gillian Marrow had two goals apiece in the loss while Tara Jensen also scored. Assists went to Elise DeDecker, Marrow, Carly Stephens, Britney Zacharuk and Laura Sumner.

Britney Zacharuk scored twice against Kingston while Katelyn Desgagne, Tara Jensen and Maggie Kiernan chipped in with single goals. Assists were awarded to Elise DeDecker, Grace Dutra, Jensen, Gillian Marrow and Zacharuk.


Elora-Fergus Edge

U14 A

The Edge were blanked 7-0 by Kitchener and they fought Mississauga to a 3-3 stalemate.

Rachel Jennings, Ciara Shanahan and Grace Weber scored against Mississauga while assists were given to Madelynn Broderick, Emma Mason, Charlee Netchay and Kate Wallace.



The Edge were blanked 6-0 by Caledonia.


Saturday Results
Whitby 8 Richmond Hill 1
Guelph Predators 9 Richmond Hill 2
Burlington 6 Caledonia 1
Dorchester 8 Whitby 4
Oshawa 7 Caledonia 0
Guelph Predators 5 Whitby 3
U14 R
Guelph Predators 8 Whitby 3
Caledonia 5 Burlington 1
U14 A
West Ferris 6 Timmins 5
Kitchener 7 Elora-Fergus 0
Mississauga 4 Guelph Predators 2
Waterloo 3 West Ferris 1
Burlington 3 Timmins 2
Kitchener 7 Guelph Predators 0
Elora-Fergus 3 Mississauga 3
Burlington 7 Waterloo 2
U14 AA
Forest 4 Metcalfe 2
Whitby 5 Richmond Hill 1
Waterloo 4 City of Ottawa 3
Guelph Predators 5 Forest 1
Richmond Hill 8 Metcalfe 2
Whitby 4 Waterloo 2
Guelph Predators 5 City of Ottawa 1
Goderich 5 Cambridge 2
Caledonia 6 Elora-Fergus 0
Timmins 7 Sault Ste. Marie 0
Whitby 3 Cambridge 3
Ajax 6 Sudbury 6
Forest 7 Guelph Predators 0
Timmins 8 Cambridge 1
Whitby 4 Guelph Predators 1
Ajax 4 Sault Ste. Marie 4
Sudbury 4 Forest 3
U16 AA
Waterloo 4 Mississauga 3
City of Ottawa 5 Manitoba Magic 5
Manitoba Bonivital 6 Guelph Predators 1
Waterloo 6 Manitoba Winnipeg 4
Manitoba Magic 4 Mississauga 4
Guelph Predators 5 City of Ottawa 4
Manitoba Bonivital 4 Manitoba Winnipeg 1
Mitchell 6 Sault Ste. Marie 3
Guelph Predators 5 Whitby 2
Richmond Hill 4 Oshawa 3
Timmins 8 Cambridge 1
Nova Scotia 6 Sault Ste. Marie 0
West Ferris 4 Whitby 1
Mitchell 4 Richmond Hill 3
Timmins 2 Guelph Predators 0
Nova Scotia 3 Oshawa 1
West Ferris 7 Cambridge 4
U19 AA
City of Ottawa 10 Cambridge 4
Nova Scotia 6 Regina 3
Guelph Predators 7 London 5
Richmond Hill 6 Manitoba Eastman 5
Manitoba Magic 6 City of Ottawa 6
Cambridge 6 Regina 3
Nova Scotia 7 Richmond Hill 5
Manitoba Magic 12 London 5
Manitoba Eastman 6 Guelph Predators 4
18+ B
Guelph Predators White 6 St. Thomas 6
Halton 4 Chatham 2
18+ A
Carleton University 3 Kingston 2
Ajax 3 Richmond Hill 0
Valley East 7 Guelph Gryphons 5
Ajax 3 Carleton University 2
Guelph Gryphons 5 Kingston 2
Valley East 8 Richmond Hill 5
Sunday Games
Guelph Predators vs. Oshawa at Centennial arena, 8 a.m.
Oshawa vs. Dorchester at West End arena 1, 12:15 p.m.
Dorchester vs. Guelph Predators at West End arena 1, 4:15 p.m.
Final: Guelph Predators vs. Whitby at West End arena 1, 11:15 a.m.
Semifinal: Guelph Predators vs. Oshawa at Centennial arena, 9 a.m.
Final: Guelph Predators-Oshawa winner vs. Dorchester at West End arena 2, 1:30 p.m.
U14 R
Final: Burlington vs. Caledonia at Centennial arena, 10:15 a.m.
U14 A
Semifinal: Mississauga vs. Burlington at Exhibition arena, 7:30 a.m.
Semifinal: West Ferris vs. Kitchener at Exhibition arena, 8:30 a.m.
Final: Semifinal winners at West End arena 2, 12:30 p.m.
U14 AA
Semifinal: Waterloo vs. Whitby at Victoria Road arena, 8:30 a.m.
Semifinal: Richmond Hill vs. Guelph Predators at Victoria Road arena, 9:30 a.m.
Final: Semifinal winners at Victoria Road arena, 2:45 p.m.
U16 R
Final: Goderich vs. Caledonia at West End arena 2, 11:30 a.m.
U16 A
Semifinal: Sudbury vs. Forest at West End arena 2, 9 a.m.
Semifinal: Ajax vs. Timmins at West End arena 1, 10 a.m.
Final: Semifinal winners at West End arena 2, 2:30 p.m.
U16 AA
Semifinal: Guelph Predators vs. Mississauga at West End arena 1, 7 a.m.
Semifinal: Waterloo vs. Manitoba Bonivital at Victoria Road arena, 7 a.m.
Final: Semifinal winners at Victoria Road arena, 12 p.m.
U19 A
Semifinal: Timmins vs. West Ferris at Exhibition arena, 9:45 a.m.
Semifinal: Nova Scotia vs. Mitchell at West End arena 2, 10:15 a.m.
Final: Semifinal winners at West End arena 1, 2:15 p.m.
U19 AA
Semifinal: Richmond Hill vs. Manitoba Eastman at West End arena 2, 7:30 a.m.
Semifinal: City of Ottawa vs. Nova Scotia at West End arena 1, 8:30 a.m.
Final: Semifinal winners at Victoria Road arena, 1:15 p.m.
18+ B
St. Thomas vs. Halton at Gryphon Centre Red, 11 a.m.
Chatham vs. Guelph Predators White at Gryphon Centre Red, 12 p.m.
Final: Second-place team vs. First-place team at West End arena 2, 4 p.m.
18+ A
Semifinal: Carleton University vs. Valley East at Exhibition arena, 11 a.m.
Final: Carleton University-Valley East winner vs. Ajax at West End arena 1, 3:15 p.m.
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