Kaitlyn Sharman of the Westside Icebreakers draws a penalty checking Hannah Connelly of the Vernon Thunder in U12B ringette action Saturday morning at Kal Tire Place. (Lisa Mazurek/Morning Star)

Vernon ringette teams shine

Grace Cornell and Georgia Lannon each bagged two goals as Vernon U16A upended host Shuswap U19s 5-1

Grace Cornell and Georgia Lannon each bagged two goals as Vernon U16A upended host Shuswap U19s 5-1 in Saturday ringette action at the Shaw Centre.

Hannah McMorran also scored for Vernon, while assists went to McMorran, Alassa Johnson and Chantelle Wilson. The Vernon U14B Voltage tied host Shuswap 5-5 in other ringette play.

Sam Shaw provided two goals for Vernon, while Brianna Visser, Madison Graham, Sierra Fernley,

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