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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 www.aldergroveskatingclub.com

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