Blue Lightning zap Novice opposition

The Vernon Interior Savings & Credit Union Blue Lightning ambushed Kelowna 17-6 in Novice division ringette play last Saturday.

The Vernon Interior Savings & Credit Union Blue Lightning ambushed Kelowna 17-6 in Novice division ringette play last Saturday.

Hat tricks were supplied by Grace Cornell, Jayeden Scott and Kenzie Koshure. Other goal scorers were Danika Bellamy, Jessie Campbell, Emma Elders, Shelby Richards, Hannah McMorran and Liam Van Whyt.

In Sunday action, the Lightning stopped Vernon Red 14-7 at Priest Valley Arena.

Scott, Koshure, Cornell and Dane Thoma turned hat tricks, while Emma Elders scored a deuce and Bellamy provided a single.

Jesse Campbell and Hannah McMorran were both solid in net as the Lightning hit the midway mark of the season undefeated.

 

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