By Melora McInnis
Jan. 13, 2014
The U-19 Charlottetown Larter defeated Memracook Dynamite in the ringette final on Jan. 12, at the UPEI Cari Complex.
Charlottetown beat Memracook 6-3.
Madison James, 17, scored two goals in the final.
“I was very excited when I scored those two goals because they both secured the lead.”
It’s the team’s chemistry and hard work that brought them gold, said James.
“We, as a team, play together as a team and have that team chemistry, which made us be able to pull it off.”
Coach Tyler Larter said he felt like the team had a good chance at victory because the team worked so hard.
“I feel good for the girls, that’s the biggest thing.”
Charlottetown’s Lydia Craig scored the first goal to start off the game.
Charlottetown’s Olivia Gill scored the second goal to end the first period with a 2-0 lead.
Memracook’s Annie Gautreau scored her team’s first goal to start off the second period. Making it 2-1 for Charlottetown.
Alysha Corrigan scored, making it a 3-1 lead for Charlottetown and Madison James scored another quick goal, making it 4-1.
Memracook’s Alyssa Morrison scored the second goal for her team.
James scored again, making it 5-2 for Charlottetown.
Gautreau scored her second goal of the game, making the score 5-3 for Charlottetown.
With two minutes left on the clock, Charlottetown’s Emily Pass scored the final goal of the game, making the final score 6-3 for Charlottetown.