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Langley ringette trio helps Thunder advance

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Langley's Jennifer Otty, Madeline Young and Maddison Eaton helped the Lower Mainland Ringette League Thunder earn the right to represent B.C. at next month's Canadian ringette championships.
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A trio of Langley ringette players have helped earn the right to represent the province at the Canadian ringette championships next month.

Goaltender Jennifer Otty, Madeline Young, who plays defence, and forward Maddison Easton, helped their U16 junior Thunder defeat the TORL (Thompson Okanagan Ringette League) Thunder.

The two teams faced off in a best-of-three playdown series in Sicamous. The Thunder won both games convincingly, taking the opener 9-1 and game two by a 7-5 score.

The trio will train and play for Team BC at the Canadian championships, which will be played in Burnaby from April 8-14.

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