Figure skaters jingle all the way

Alexis Holmes of the Cloverdale Skating Club at the recent Jingle Blades competition.

The Cloverdale Curling Club recently took part in the Jingle Blades Competition at White Rock’s Centennial Arena.

Here are the team’s results from the Nov. 26 to 28 event.

Caitlin McLean and Emma Jonas both placed first in their categories.

 

Pre-Preliminary

Ladies 9 &10

Grace Bennett – 8th

Kaitlin Chamberlain – 5th

 

Pre-Preliminary

Ladies 11 & over

Danielle Farren – 2nd

Alexis Holmes – 6th

 

Preliminary Ladies 11 & over

Emma Jonas – 1st

Karma Mann – 4th

Allison Scanks – 2nd

Rayna Mann – 5th

Ashleigh Patterson – 4th

 

Junior Bronze Ladies 12 & under

Mckenna Nickel – 20th

 

Junior Bronze Ladies 13 & over

Melissa Schreiber – 5th

 

Senior Bronze Ladies

Melissa Hayne – 19th

 

Pre-Novice Ladies – Short Program

Caitlin McLean – 15th

 

Pre-Novice Ladies – Long Program

Caitlin McLean – 16th

 

Pre-Introductory Interpretive

Danielle Farren – 8th

Kelsey McAuley -11th

Melissa Schreiber – 9th

 

Introductory Interpretive

Courtney Howe-Smith – 3rd

McKenna Nickel – 12th

 

Silver Interpretive

Caitlin McLean – 2nd

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