Skating club wins 22 medals

The Red Deer Skating Club captured 22 medals, including seven gold at the Central Region Open figure skating meet in Rocky Mountain House during the weekend.

The Red Deer Skating Club captured 22 medals, including seven gold at the Central Region Open figure skating meet in Rocky Mountain House during the weekend.

Jared Nikonetz won the men’s primary freeskate and was second in the elements while Sevan Schmidt captured the ladies’ junior bronze elements and was third in the freeskate.

Aubri Webster won the ladies’ senior bronze freeskate in flight A while Mackenzie Larsen captured the ladies’ novice freeskate title.

Jenna Le won flight C in the ladies’ pre-preliminary elements while Rachel Valentine won flight E in the ladies’ preliminary elements and Kylie Pelletier won the ladies’ silver interpretive title.

Madison Buckland and Victoria Boardman were double silver medalists.

Buckland placed second in flight G of the ladies’ pre-preliminary freeskate and flight E of the elements while Boardman was second in flight A of the senior bronze freeskate and flight B of the bronze interpretive.

Other medal winners were:

Ladies

Silver

Cassandra Compton, junior silver freeskate; Katelyn Jensen, junior bronze elements, flight C; Eva Mortensen, gold interpretive; Morgan Kreil, bronze creative.

Bronze

Hailey Crichton, introductory freeskate, flight C; Jadyn Smith, primary freeskate, flight C; Amy Severtson, pre-novice freeskate, flight A; Brittany Goodwin, preliminary elements, flight C.

Men

Bronze

Joel Broganza, senior bronze freeskate.

Other placings were:

Ladies

Introductory freeskate: Claire Tomalty, fourth flight A; Brianna Murray, sixth flight C.

Primary freeskate: Ashleigh Leinweber, fifth flight C; Kristen Lenz, seventh flight D; Elise Martinoski, sixth flight E; Megan Northmore, eighth flight C.

Pre-preliminary freeskate: Jenna Le, sixth flight D; Kennedy Farenschon, eighth flight E; Jamie Craig, eighth flight D.

Preliminary freeskate: Brittany Goodwin, sixth flight D; Madison Hockley, fifth flight A; Morgan Kreil, fourth flight D; Courtney Leadley, fifth flight C; Taylor Mochoruk, sixth flight A; Nicole Nikonetz, seventh flight G; Jordan Riguidel, eighth flight C; Rachel Valentine, sixth flight F.

Junior bronze freeskate: Katelyn Jensen, fifth flight B.

Gold freeskate: Eva Mortensen, sixth.

Pre-novice freeskate: Kylie Pelletier, sixth flight B.

Introductory elements: Hailey Crichton, fourth flight C.

Primary elements: Jadyn Smith, fifth flight B; Kristen Lenz, fourth flight C; Elise Martinoski, fifth flight B.

Pre-preliminary elements: Kennedy Farenschon, seventh flight D; Jamie Greig, seventh flight C.

Preliminary elements: Brooklyn Blair, eighth flight F; Carsen Blair, fourth flight B; Madison Hockley, seventh flight A; Taylor Mochoruk, fifth flight A; Jordan Riguidel, sixth flight C; Nicole Nikonetz, fourth flight F.

Pre-introductory interpretive: Rachel Valentine, fifth flight C.

Bronze interpretive: Aubri Webster, fifth flight A; Morgan Kreil, sixth flight A.

Silver interpretive: Dion Webster, sixth; Nicole Nikonetz, seventh.

Preliminary creative: Jadyn Smith, fifth flight B; Ashley Leinweber, sixth flight B.

Bronze creative: Carsen Blair, seventh; Madison Hockley, eighth; Taylor Mochoruk, ninth.

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