Terrace Skating Club sees success in Quesnel

The Cariboo North Central Regional Championships took place last month

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Terrace Skating Club (TSC) sent a strong group of figure skaters to Quesnel for the Cariboo North Central Regional Championships January 24-25.

Terrace’s 12 figure skaters, who ranged from six to 17 years of age, brought home 13 medals in total. Brianne Monsen – 2 gold and 1 bronze; Emma DeCario – 1 gold; Maya Lecuyer – 1 silver and 2 bronze; Camryn Monsen – 1 silver and 1 bronze; Teysean Henry – 1 silver; Makayla Forrest – 1 silver; Kaeyanna Mackenzie – 1 silver; Cricket Elliot – 1 silver; Jesse Thandi – 1 bronze; Kaytlin Gingles – top 4; Tristen Morgan – top 5, Kally Mackenzie – top 8.

February will be a busy month with the club’s only Special Olympic Skater, Laura Dale heading to Kamloops for Provincial Championships. This is her first time at this level of competition.

TSC is looking forward to the Northwest Jamboree, a fun competition in Terrace Feb. 28 and March 1. Admission is free for the community with events running from around 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on each day.

A few skaters will then travel to Kelowna at the beginning of March for the Super Series Final Competition which includes skaters from around the province.

And to end the regular skating season off with a bang, the TSC is hosting an Ice Show on Thursday, March 12 with the theme “Back to the ‘80s”. The show will include special effect lighting and full costumes. Skaters from three years of age and older will be included. For more information on tickets or questions about TSC visit www.terraceskatingclub.com.


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