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U19 Rattlers strike gold at Bridge Battle Fall Tournament

By Lethbridge Herald on November 24, 2021.

The Lethbridge Ringette Association Bridge Battle Fall Tournament took the ice at three arenas across Lethbridge at the Henderson Ice Arena, the ATB Centre and the Labour Arena last weekend with some local teams striking gold.
Competing among the 46 teams, the Lethbridge U19 Rattlers went 3-1 on the weekend on their way to the gold medal, beating the Regina Outlaws 4-1.
However, the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns fell just short of the gold, losing 4-2 to the Calgary Resurge.
The U19 Rattlers started the weekend with a 7-2 in over the Regina Outlaws as Emily Miller and Ruthie Bohnc scored twice each and Lisa Beswitherick, Madison Andres and Kaylee Sanders added singles.
Lethbridge improved to 2-0 with a 7-1 win over the Lethbridge Open team.
Mikayla Miller scored twice and Brynn Stevenson, Sydney MacDonald, Annika Strom, Emilee Geneau and Bohnec scored once each.
The Rattlers were handed their first loss of the weekend in a 7-4 setback to the Medicine Hat Force as Brooke Robinson scored twice and Emily Miller and Bohnec scored once.
Facing Regain in the rematch, the Rattlers got back on the winning track with a 4-1 decision as Bohnec, Beswitherick, Andres and Miller found the back of the net.
Sydney Carlson tended goal for the Rattlers during the weekend.
The Pronghorns started the weekend with a 4-1 win over the Resurge Friday night.
Francesca Tesky scored twice and Kelly Poole and Hailee Parsons added one each.
Mackenzie Cameron earned the win in goal for the Horns.
The Horns started Saturday with a 5-2 win over the Medicine Hat Smash as Keely Poole, Sara Kelly, Parsons, Sophie Tsougrianis and Kennedy Poole scored for Lethbridge.
Mikayla Claypool was in goal for the Horns.
The Pronghorns improved to 3-0 Saturday night with a 5-4 win over the Calgary Dinos.
Kelly, Keely Poole, Ali Fournier and Mackenna Summerfeldt were the goal scorers for the Pronghorns, while Cameron stopped 37 shots in the win.
In the gold medal game, the Horns were doubled up 4-2 to the Resurge in the rematch.
Hailee Parsons had both Pronghorns goals.
Claypool faced 35 shots.

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