Langley skaters carve out silvers

Langley figure skaters twirled and glided to silver medals at the Winterskate event in Chilliwack last weekend.

Results were:

Karlin De Schutter, Star 3 – silver

Brooklyn Sanderson, Star 3 – silver

Evelyn Bator, Sr. Silver Ladies – silver

Una Chang, Star 3 – silver

Vanessa Merk, Star 4 Ladies Gr. 9 – 7th

Mackenna Kerr, Star 4 Ladies Gr.2 – 4th

Kate Boyes, Star 4 Ladies Gr.4 – 5th; and Intro Interpretive – 8th

Diana Hong, Jr. Silver Ladies – 5th; and Pre-Novice Ladies Short – 16th

Madison Borthwick, Star 5 – 12th

Another skater from Langley was Kayla Halliday in Star 2.

On a related note, the intermediate synchro team from Aldergrove – which includes several Langley skaters – is getting ready to skate in the nationals next weekend at Bill Copeland arena in Burnaby.

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