Busy ringette weekend

Shuswap Ring Robbers Novice Ringette team welcomed Kelowna Sunday, falling to the visitors by a final score of 11-5.

  • Nov. 14, 2012 10:00 a.m.

The Shuswap Ring Robbers Novice Ringette team welcomed Kelowna to the Spectator Arena Sunday, falling to the visitors by a final score of 11-5.

Chloe Latosky opened the scoring for Shuswap, taking a Camille Boileau pass hard up the left wing before ripping it past the Kelowna netminder.  Natasha Kociuba swerved around three defenders to slide the ring five-hole for the Ring Robbers’ second of the game and Brianna Howard flipped the ring over the Kelowna goalie’s shoulder for Shuswap’s third of the period.

Kociuba would get her second of the afternoon, slipping the ring under the goaltender’s pad late in the second, and Cadence Petitclerc-Crosby scored with time running down in the second, for the Ring Robbers’ fifth and final goal of the game.

The Ring Robbers take on Kelowna White in Enderby this Saturday.


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