ASC succeeds in Kamloops

Abbotsford Skating Club members excel in competition

The Abbotsford Skating Club posted strong results at an event in Kamloops last weekend.

Abbotsford Skating Club athletes excelled in Kamloops over the weekend.

A number of local skaters took to the ice at the 2016 Super Series Autumn Leaves from Oct. 21 to 23.

The following ASC members participated at the event: Megan Geddes (Star 9 Ladies Short Program – third and Gold Ladies – 10th), Della Williamson (Star 6 Ladies Group 1 – fifth), Taralyn Geddes (Star 9 Ladies Short Program – sixth and Star 10 Ladies – 11th), Emilie Ruffell (Star 5 Ladies 13 and over Group 1 – seventh), Emma Harley (Star 9 Ladies Short Program – seventh and Star 10 Ladies – eighth), Anika Phinney (Star 5 Ladies U13 Group 2 – ninth), Jessica Pawlovich (Star 10 Ladies – ninth), Mica Kerr (Star 5 U13 Ladies Group 1 – 11th), Emily Haw (Star 6 Ladies Group 2 – 13th) and Jennifer Oh (Pre-Novice Ladies Short Program Group 2 – 17th and Pre-Novice Ladies Free Program Group 2 – 22nd).

Also competing at the event was Isabella Johnson, who earned a silver ribbon in the Star 3 Ladies division.

The next big event for ASC athletes is the Jingle Blades competition, which runs Nov. 25 to 27 in Grandview.

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