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Skaters enjoy successful weekend

Fifteen skaters from the Aldergrove Skating Club had a very successful weekend at the Jingle Blades competition held in South Surrey.

Fifteen skaters from the Aldergrove Skating Club had a very successful weekend at the Jingle Blades competition held in South Surrey.  Competitors in the entry events are adjudicated and are given a Merit, Bronze, Silver or Gold standing and are not ranked until they reach the higher levels.

In the beginner event:

Star 1:

Rachel Lagasse – Silver

Katie Wiebe – Silver

Haylee Zacharias – Bronze

Star 2:

Lexus Lomas – Bronze

Julia Rybalka – Bronze

Emily Wildy – Silver

Star 3:

Tarra Lomas – Silver

Sophia Rollke – Silver

Courtney Watson – Silver

Star 4 (ranked):

Tia Flello – 4th

Star 5 (ranked):

Cora-Lee Hagel – 3rd

Pre-Introductory Interpretive (ranked):

Allison Campbell – 4th

Maddie Wasmuth – 1st

Sarah Wildy – 7th

Introductory Interpretive (ranked):

Rachel Rollke – 2nd

Congratulations to all the skaters on their great performances.

The Aldergrove Club Synchronized skating teams are preparing for the debut of their programs on December 6 at the Pacific Ice Gala being held at the South Surrey arena.

Registrations for the Aldergrove Club’s Learn to Skate program are still being accepted. Contact the club for information at

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