Vernon DCT Chambers Roar defender Chayse Krause (left) tangles with a Kelowna Chiefs attacker in the Vernon zone during the Roar's 4-3 Thompson Okanagan Ringette League Petite victory Sunday morning at Priest Valley Arena.

Rush rout Westside

Vernon Rockstar Drywall Adrenaline Rush slammed Westside 10-1 in Junior A ringette action Saturday at Priest Valley Arena.

Alex Drury and Kendra Osatfie combined for eight points as the Vernon Rockstar Drywall Adrenaline Rush slammed Westside 10-1 in Junior A ringette action Saturday at Priest Valley Arena.

Drury and Ostafie supplied three goals and an assist each, with other offence coming from Saige Woodliffe (2+1), Shelby Connors and Maddy Powls in support of netminder Garrett Adams.

Hannah Popilchak (2), Saylor Martian and Caleb Pope chipped in with assists.

In Junior B play Sunday, the Vernon Uprising fell 7-1 to the Shuswap Wrath in their final game of 2013. Call-up Makayla Vanderzwan handled the Uprising attack, assisted by Darian Newman and Czarina Wisse.

The DCT Chambers Roar pocketed a pair of Petite home wins last weekend, starting with an 11-2 shellacking of Shuswap Saturday.

Roar offence was provided by Julie Francis (4), Emma Lochhead (3+2), Georgia Lannon (2+2), Ashly Shwaluk and Amy Demetrick. Brooklyn Ashby was outstanding in net.

On Sunday, the Roar topped the Kelowna Chiefs 4-3, with Lochhead, Lannon, Francis and Shwaluk leading the attack. Sierra Lochhead, Chayse Krause and Mackenzie Gilman provided strong defence in front of a stellar Liam Van Wyk.

In Tween A play, Vernon outlasted Salmon Arm 9-7 in an exciting tilt Saturday.

Alyssa Racine (2+2), Abygayle Williamson (2), Courtney Bacon (2+1), Evan Koshure, Maddie Fox and Kalen Webster took care of the offence. Fox and Webster were terrific defensively as well.

Bacon sizzled for 3+1 as Vernon doubled host Westside 10-5 Sunday.

Williamson (3), Wynter Vanderveen, Emily Williams, Aly Carter and Hailey Quiring rounded out the offence in front of Caenen Wisse. Emma Carter added two assists.

The Ice Dragons fell 7-2 to Kelowna in a rough Novice game where Shaila Austin took a body checking penalty.

Goalie Amber Lowe showcased great saves while defenders Kierra Newman, Miah Cohen and Amelia Johnson checked aggressively.

Forwards Jaya Chauhan, Sierra Fernley, Brianna Visser, Brooklyn Lewis and Sadie Christensen picked up passes on the offence but were in tough against a strong Kelowna defence. Rhys Taylor-Hawes collected both of Vernon’s goals.

The Vernon Ice Rockets outgunned Kelowna #1 14-2 in their Novice tilt.

Netminder Jordan Tung flashed the leather to keep the Kelowna offence at bay. McKenna Jackson (3+5), Kristen Francks (3+1), Aimee Skinner (2+3), Jasmine Horton (2+1) and Hillary Quiring (2+1) had huge nights for the Rockets. Newcomers Chloe Scabar and Victoria Schultz each scored once. Kylie Sheldrake and Alicia Hughes added a helper each, while Brooklyn Tardiff hustled hard on defence.

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