Inaugural win

The Shuswap Ring Robbers Novice Ringette team hosted Kelowna in Enderby on Saturday, skating away with an impressive 9-4 win.

  • Nov. 21, 2012 12:00 p.m.

The Shuswap Ring Robbers Novice Ringette team hosted Kelowna in Enderby on Saturday, skating away with an impressive 9-4 win.

Cadence Petitclerc-Crosby opened the scoring for the Ring Robbers just a minute and a half into the game, but Kelowna would answer back quickly with a pair of their own.  Natasha Kociuba scored just one minute later to tie it up for the Ring Robbers, and they never really looked back from there. The second period belonged to Shuswap. Scoring for the Ring Robbers were Brooklyn Sewell, Petitclerc-Crosby with her second, Hannah Maddock, Brianna Howard, Phoebe Barnes and Delaney Perry (2).

Congratulations go to Hannah Maddock and Phoebe Barnes, scoring their first goals of the season, and also their ringette careers.

 

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