ICE HAWKS VISIT WATERLOO!, News (Sault Ringette Club)

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Submitted By SRC on Friday, January 18, 2019
Four Sault Ice Hawks travel teams made the trip to the 42nd annual Waterloo Winterfest Ringette Tournament during the weekend of January 11-13.

U12 Provincial Ice Hawks

Despite losing a veteran player from their roster, the U12 Ice Hawks competed fiercely as they took to the ice for their second provincial tournament this season in Waterloo.  Competing against some of the strongest teams in the province that included Waterloo and Richmond Hill, the U12 team finished with a 1-3 record.  Their lone victory came against northern rivals from Sudbury.  Their level of compete was quite commendable and they are convinced they will improve their win-loss record as they take the next few weeks to prepare for their upcoming tournament.  


U14A Ice Hawks

Challenged by some of the top teams in their division, our U14A Ice Hawks came away with a strong showing at their 2nd tournament of the season. Despite not emerging with a victory, this first year U14A team played well and continued their development against seasoned squads from London, Elora Fergus, Waterloo and GCRA. The girls kept the games close and put the pressure on. Parents, coaches, team staff and the players themselves are proud of their effort and everyone had a great weekend.  


U16A and U19A Ice Hawks

The U16A Ice Hawks rolled into Waterloo bit by the injury bug with 4 players returning to action after recuperating from various injuries and with 1 substitute player on the roster. The girls battled hard all weekend against tough teams from Timmins, West Ottawa, City of Ottawa and Kitchener and fought through a goal scoring drought to come away with a record of 1 win and 3 losses. The win enabled the team to maintain a berth in the provincial championship.

Our U19 Ice Hawks emerged from the round robin portion of the tournament with a record of 2-1-1 and faced their rivals from Timmins in the gold medal game. Riding strong goaltending to weather the storm early, the Ice Hawks climbed to within 1 goal but were not able to pull closer with 30 seconds remaining on a power play and with the goalie pulled. Coming out of a weekend of strong play, the U19 team solidified their hold on a berth in the provincial championship.


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