Vernon Newalta Rush continued their Tween A ringette assault, recording a pair of weekend wins.
Shelby Connors counted four goals as the Rush hammered the Shuswap Inferno 12-1 in a lopsided match Saturday at Priest Valley Arena.
Saige Woodliffe, with a pair, and singles from Emma Carter, Evangeline Koshure, Saylor Martian, Kendra Ostafie, Delaney Tetrault and Winter Vanderveen completed the attack in front of nemtinder Garrett Adams.
Adams was sharp Sunday as Vernon outlasted the Vernon Junior A Fury 6-5 in a close, back-and-forth exhibition battle at PV.
Ostafie led the Rush with a hat trick, a deuce coming from Woodliffe, a single by Alex Drury.
The Vernon Voltage and Vernon Rebels split their weekend Petite set, with the Rebels opening with an 8-7 win. The Bolts rebounded Sunday with a 7-5 victory.
Abygayle Williamson paced the Rebel attack Saturday with three goals, Alyssa Carter had two, and Kyra Olsen, Julie Francis and Josey Nerling each had one. Ashley Shwaluk pocketed three assists and Katie Finlayson had one.
Liam Van Wyk earned the win.
Kalen Webster (2), Emma Elders, Jaden Scott, Levi Knopf, Mackenzie Munroe and Rylie Marchand handled the Voltage scoring in the opener. Emma Lochhead, Bryn Taylor-Hawes and Scott chipped in with assists.
On Sunday, Webster and Scott each fired two goals, with Munroe, Elders and Giselle Torres adding singles. Webster also pitched in with a couple of assists, with more helpers coming from Grace Cornell, Taylor-Hawes, Knopf and Amy Demetrick.
Brooke Buller played outstanding in net, with defensive support provided by Kenzie Koshure.
Madison Fox collected 4+1 for the Rebels, who got a goal and assist from Williamson and two helpers from Carter.
In Novice action, the Vernon Orcas fell 8-3 to the Vernon Dragons Saturday.
Orcas saw goals from Mackenzie Gilman, Rhys Taylor-Hawes and Brooklyn Young. Paige Neufeld helped out with an assist, and Tye Krause played strong in net with excellent support on defence from Daine Thoma.
The Orcas picked it up Sunday to top the Kelowna Crooners 9-7.
Logan Thoma, Tye Krause and Chayse Krause each collected a hat trick. Gilman picked up the win, supported by strong defensive play from Amber Lowe and Sierra Lochhead.