Local blades fly at WinterSkate

Kaitlyn Chamberlain of the Cloverdale Skating Club skates to a first-place finish in the pre-preliminary 11 and over category at WinterFest.

Members of the Cloverdale Skating Club recently took part in the 2011 WinterSkate figure skating competition.

Several hundred Lower Mainland competitors took part in the Feb. 5-6 event, held at North Delta’s Sungod Arena.

Here’s how the Cloverdale Skating Club fared:

Performance

Program

Peyton Molberg

-Bronze

Nicole Wheeler -Bronze

Annika Ohlmann

-Bronze

Madison Borthwick

-Bronze

Pre-Preliminary

11 and over

Kaitlin Chamberlain – 1st

Alexis Holmes – 4th

Danielle Farren – 5th

Emily Bickel – 7th

 

Preliminary

11 and over

Allison Scanks – 3rd in her group and 7th overall

Rayna Mann – 6th 

Karma Mann – 7th

 

Senior Bronze

Laine McNeil – 18th 

Pre-Intro Interpretive

Danielle Farren – 6th

Kristi Rexhepi – 10th

 

Intro Interpretive

Laine McNeil – 6th 

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