Skaters bring home awards and medals

Congratulations to the Sooke Sensations Synchronized Skating Team.

Congratulations to the Sooke Sensations Synchronized Skating Team.

They placed third in the BC/YT Section Open Synchronized Skating Championships held in South Surrey on January 15.

The team was also awarded the Millenium Cup – MSA Figure Skating Club Trophy. They were voted by all the participating teams, officials and volunteers as the team that most exemplified the spirit of synchronized skating. Well done girls!

The skaters are:

Back row – From Left to Right: Emma MacDonald, Nina Kovacik, Taylor Radford-Hall, Megan Ferguson, Coach – Bethan Greydanus, Erin Haldane, Samantha Larocque, Chevy Alexander, Rhianna Smith

Front row – From Left to Right: Elayna Stewart, Kiarra Balzer, Karyl Musfelt-Trivino, Bryanne Thompson.

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