Eleven skaters from SSC will take to the ice in Spokane, WA this weekend to compete in the 2012 Northwest Pacific Regional Figure Skating Championships. The top four skaters in Juvenile and Intermediate men's and ladies at this event will move onto the 2012 U.S. Junior Championships in Lansing, Michigan. The top four skates placing in Novice, Junior and Senior mens and ladies, will move onto the 2012 Pacific Coast Sectional Championships in Salt Lake City.
The skaters representing SSC this year are: Kacie Capuzzi - Juvenile Girls, Madison Schatz - Juvenile Girls, Shoritah Ching - Intermediate Ladies, Shelby King - Intermediate Ladies, Anna Lank - Intermediate Ladies, Alaina Lewis - Intermediate Ladies, Haley Null - Intermediate Ladies, Turner Malatos - Intermediate Men, Ikaika Miyata - Intermediate Men, Sarah Gonzales - Senior Ladies, Olivia Olsen - Senior Ladies.
Coverage of the event, including schedules, live video streaming and results can be found on www.icenetwork.com. We are also excited that one of our skaters, Ikaika Miyata will be blogging for our club from Spokane. You will find his posts on this page!
Good luck to all our qualifying skaters!!!!
Also taking place in Spokane this weekend is the Non-qualifying Northwest Pacific Open competition. SSC is proud of the seventeen skaters representing our club in this portion of the Regionals weekend. Skating for SSC are: Emersyn Basile - Non-Test girls, Karissa Black - Non-Test girls, Cassidy Rust - Non-Test girls, Sabrina Rust - Non-Test girls, Emma Winward - Non-Test girls, Mia Matson - Non-Test girls, Evelyn Jackson - Non-Test girls, Gianna Buckley - Pre-Preliminary girls, Felicia File - Pre-Preliminary girls, Lori Klein - Pre-Preliminary girls, Julianne Lefelhocz - Pre-Preliminary (no axel) girls, Marissa Charawell - Preliminary girls, Carly Sprague - Preliminary girls, Tori Littlefield - Preliminary girls, Alina Bui - Pre-Juvenile girls, Peyton Darrow - Pre-Juvenile girls, Mercedes Valles - Open Juvenile girls.
Although results for these events won't be posted at icenetwork, we are sure to hear of the great skates that trickle back to us in Seattle. We wish all our skaters their best skate of the year!