SKATING Fun

Ten Terrace skaters joined those from clubs across the northwest at the fun-focused jamboree in Smithers earlier this month.

Ten Terrace skaters joined those from as far as Vanderhoof

Ten Terrace skaters joined those from clubs as far as Vanderhoof, Stewart and Prince Rupert at the fun-focused Northwest Jamboree competition in Smithers on Feb. 13.

Instead of the typical club teams, the skaters were mixed and split into four teams along with those from other clubs.

There were 65 skaters overall, coming from Prince Rupert,  Terrace,  Kitimat,  Hazelton, Stewart, Smithers, Houston and Vanderhoof.

The gold winning team was team red, and included Terrace skaters Emily Larmour, Keayanna Mackenzie, and Maya Lecuyer.

The silver team took home the silver medal, which included Terrace’s Miley Harris, Trinity Hole, and Maia Guerreiro.

The bronze medal went to the pink team, which had Kally Mackenzie, Emerald Klepser, Aaliyah Beeton, and Makayla Forrest from Terrace.

Team white finished fourth.

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