Lightning zap West Kelowna 13-1

Under 12 ringette play at Royal LePage Place

The Vernon Lightning iced host West Kelowna 13-1 in Thompson Okanagan Under 12 ringette play Sunday at Royal LePage Place.

Rory Lang supplied 3+2 for the Bolts, while Keira Horton and Theryn Petty each counted 3+1, Lucia Manton earned 2+1 and singles came from Kat Holmes and Claire Penner.

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Assists were also tallied by Abby Mahortoff, Cali Fossum and Mara Corbett-Read. The defence of Abby Mahortoff, Kate Holmes and Lucia Manton worked hard to keep the shots on goalie Kassidy Peterson to a minimum.

The Lightning are in Salmon Arm this weekend.


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