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Under-19 Wave drops OT decision in consolation final

The P.E.I. Wave will compete in the Under-19 Division of the Canadian ringette championships that begin in Summerside and Charlottetown on Monday. Team members are, front row, from left: Georgia Fraser, Devon Costello, Hailey Larkin, Sarah Legault, Madi Fisher, Olivia Devine, Robyn Power and Danielle Steadman. Back row: Scott Fisher (assistant coach), Mike Devine (assistant coach), Tara O'Brien (coach) Autumn Chandler, Abby James, Kayda Hawkins, Danielle Hayes, Brittany MacCormac, Carley Matheson, Quinn Kirkland, Natalie, Caron, Alex McMonagle, Christina Devine, Jessica Murphy, Terry MacCormac (assistant coach) and Mike James (assistant coach).
The P.E.I. Wave will compete in the Under-19 Division of the Canadian ringette championships that begin in Summerside and Charlottetown on Monday. Team members are, front row, from left: Georgia Fraser, Devon Costello, Hailey Larkin, Sarah Legault, Madi Fisher, Olivia Devine, Robyn Power and Danielle Steadman. Back row: Scott Fisher (assistant coach), Mike Devine (assistant coach), Tara O'Brien (coach) Autumn Chandler, Abby James, Kayda Hawkins, Danielle Hayes, Brittany MacCormac, Carley Matheson, Quinn Kirkland, Natalie, Caron, Alex McMonagle, Christina Devine, Jessica Murphy, Terry MacCormac (assistant coach) and Mike James (assistant coach). - Contributed

At Canadian ringette championships

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. —

The P.E.I. Wave had a strong finish at the 2019 Credit Union Canadian ringette championships.

The Wave won two of their three games in the consolation round to finish with an overall record of 4-7 (won-lost) in the six-day tournament.
P.E.I. completed play with a 5-4 overtime loss to Team Saskatchewan at the Bell Aliant Centre in Charlottetown on Saturday.
Danica Heerspink’s second goal and fourth point of the game at 2:22 of overtime lifted Team Saskatchewan to victory. Kasia Wicijowski (2) and Sara Kozan rounded out Saskatchewan’s scoring.
Olivia Devine scored three goals and added an assist to lead P.E.I., which led 3-2 after the first half. Robyn Power (1-1) netted P.E.I.’s other score.
Anna Markwart earned the goaltending win. Georgia Fraser was between the pipes for the Wave.
In the gold-medal game, Team Ontario, led by Lydia Duncan’s two-goal performance and 39-save effort from Lauren Hill, defeated Quebec Two 5-3.

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