Snipers earn tie

The Surrey-White Rock Snipers ringette team tied the Fraser Valley Salsa

The Surrey-White Rock Snipers earned a 6-6 tie with the Fraser Valley Salsa in U14A ringette action in Langley last weekend.

The Snipers dominated the first half of the game, outshooting the Fraser Valley 18-12 and leading on the scoreboard 4-2; Katelyn Vincent scored three goals and Alicia Perez had the other.

In the second half, the Salsa fought back, scoring just 17 seconds into the period and again three minutes later to tie the game.

Later, Fraser Valley potted two more goals, but Perez and Vincent each scored once more before the final buzzer to help the Snipers to a tie.

 

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