Cloverdale skaters return with bells on

The Cloverdale Skating Club participated in the annual Jingle Blades competition in White Rock Nov. 27-29. The following are the results:

Cloverdale Skating Club competitors.

The Cloverdale Skating Club participated in the annual Jingle Blades competition in White Rock Nov. 27-29. The following are the results:

Pre-Preliminary Ladies

Alexis Holmes, 3rd

Julia Rempel, 4th

Hannah Borthistle, 10th

Preliminary Ladies

Rayna Mann, 2nd

Kaitlin Chamberlain, 4th

Emily Bickel, 4th

Jr. Bronze Ladies

Allison Scanks, 2nd

Ashleigh Patterson, 7th

Karma Mann, 11th

Sr. Bronze Ladies

McKenna Nickel, 8th

Melissa Schreiber, 10th

Kalleigh Maki, 14th

Jr. Silver Ladies

Melissa Hayne, 9th

Courtney Howe-Smith, 10th

Sr. Silver Ladies

Caitlin McLean, 2nd

Pre-Introductory Interpretive

Alexis Holmes, 5th

Julia Rempel, 8th

Introductory Interpretive

McKenna Nickel, 4th

Melissa Schreiber, 6th

Kelsey McAuley, 8th

Silver Interpretive

Courtney Howe-Smith, 5th

Gold Interpretive

Caitlin McLean: 5th

The following members participated in the Performance Program category: Peyton Molberg, Rina Ryu, Paige Fraser, Alexandra Mehdeziadeh, Madison Borthwick, Izabella Bryant,  Kennedy Hoven, Keira Lecian

– Contributed

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