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Oshawa Strikes Gold Twice in Memorial Ringette Tournament
Submitted By Darryl Mathers on Wednesday, November 07, 2018
A pair of Oshawa Storm teams struck gold at the Oshawa Storm Memorial Tournament, which was held November 1-4 at four separate arenas across the city. Thanks to a strong goaltending performance by Kayleigh Mochan and goals from Sierra Ainsworth and Mateya Hughes, Oshawa defeated the Ottawa Ice 2-1 on Sunday afternoon in the U16A Division Final held at the Legends Centre in Oshawa.

It was redemption for the Storm who had dropped a 2-0 decision to the Ice during round robin play, their only loss of the tournament.

The theme was similar at the U9 level with Oshawa facing the Ajax-Pickering Lightning, who had previously defeated the Storm 12-11 in the tournament opener.

In the final it was a different story as Rebecca Bryan scored five goals and Mayci Grieve added a goal and two assists to lead the Storm to a 6-4 victory to secure gold.

The Storm came close to taking home gold in the U12A Division. After going 2-1-1 in round robin play, the Storm settled for silver after falling to the Guelph Predators in the division’s championship game.

The story was similar in the 18 BB Division as the Storm dropped a 5-1 decision to Ajax-Pickering in the championship game.

Nearly 80 teams participated in the four-day tournament, which featured teams from across Ontario and Quebec.

Special recognition goes out to Tournament Chair Randy Bruce for all of his efforts in making this a successful event for our association. Also, thank you to our board, our volunteers, parents and players for making this year's tournament both memorable and successful.
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