Aldergrove skaters performed well at the Winterskate competition this month.

Aldergrove Skaters excel at Winterskate

Aldergrove skaters performed well at the Winterskate competition this month.

Thirteen skaters from the Aldergrove Skating Club attended the Winterskate competition in Chilliwack, February 5 to 7, and represented the club well, bringing home several ribbons and a couple of medals.

Cora-Lee Hagel skated to a Gold Medal in the Star 5 girls event.

Tarra Lomas and Tia Flello skated for the first time in the same event, meeting some personal goals, along with Marissa Bandick.

In the Star 4 event, Courtney Watson proudly came home with the silver medal skating in this event for the first time.

In the Star 3 event, Lexus Lomas, Emily Wildy and Rachel Lagasse all received a Silver standing, as this level is adjudicated.

In the Star 2 event, also adjudicated, Katie Wiebe, in her first time competing at this level received a Bronze standing.

In the Star 1 event, Paige Trottier received the top standing of a Gold ribbon.

In the Interpretive events, Sarah Wildy and Allison Campbell, in the adjudicated introductory event, received Silver ribbons.

In the Bronze event Maddie Wasmuth, her first time at this level, was able to perform a solid program placing 8th, and passing her test at the same time.

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