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Cloverdale skates home with metal memories

Melissa Hayne, left, placed fourth in Jr. Silver Ladies, while McKenna Nickel earned a silver and a bronze medal at Jingle Blades. - Contributed photo
Melissa Hayne, left, placed fourth in Jr. Silver Ladies, while McKenna Nickel earned a silver and a bronze medal at Jingle Blades.
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The Cloverdale Skating Club had a great weekend at the annual Jingle Blades Competition in White Rock.

Allison Scanks skated to gold and teammate Ashleigh Patterson earned silver in the pre-introductory interpretive event.

Other skaters from Cloverdale also fared well at the Nov. 23-25 event. Kaitlin Chamberlain placed 9th in the Star 4 category. Melissa Schreiber came 5th in Introductory Interpretive and was 10th in Sr. Bronze Ladies.

McKenna Nickel took a silver medal in Silver Interpretive and earned a bronze medal in Jr. Silver Ladies and Melissa Hayne took 4th in Jr. Sliver Ladies.

Other club members participating in the star categories were: Izabella Bryant, Madison Botthwick, Kennedy Hoven, Josh Hoven, Beatrix Clingan and Rhea Deol.

– Contributed



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