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Impact dominate for ringette gold

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Tyler Waugh
news@hintonvoice.ca


The Hinton Impact U14 ringette squad capped off a perfect weekend Dec. 6 – 8 in Calgary with a 6-1 win to garner gold in the South Calgary Ring In The Holidays tournament.

Maggie Kempin and Danica Hills led the way with two goals each, while Paityn Best and Meghan Gallagher had one goal each. Dakota Bishop, Logan Sweet and Ashlyn McDougall had one assist each in the win.

The final was a rematch of an earlier round robin contest that saw Hinton win 10-2. Hills had a hat trick in that one, Bishop had a pair and Addison Klaver, Makena Hills, Best, Kempin and Gallagher had one goal each. Paige Pero and Ayla Goupil had one assist each.

  Kempin had the hat trick to lead Hinton to a 10-3 win over the Sherwood Park Sizzle to open the tourney. Kempin and Klaver had a hat trick each. 

Hinton’s closest contest was a 6-3 win over the SC Toxic Rampage. Kempin had four goals and Klaver had the other two.