Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Skaters do well at Boise contest

Skills and testing



Sun Valley figure skaters in Boise, back row, from left, Sage Curtis, Murphy Kendall, Pres-cott Potter, Antonia Avery, Sheldon Gentling, Grace Clev-land and Katie Peters, and, front row, from left, Avery and Alex Griffin.
Courtesy photo

     Members of the Sun Valley Figure Skating Club traveled to the Boise Ice Classic April 20 to compete against other regional skaters.

     Competing at non-qualifying levels were Sheldon Gentling, Prescott Potter, and Katie Peters. Gentling took the gold in Preliminary Girls, Peters took the gold medal in Pre-Juvenile Artistic, and Potters won the gold in Pre-Preliminary Artistic and bronze in Pre-Preliminary Free Skate.

     Competing in Basic Skills and Free Skate were Jessica Blackburn (4th), Bella Maurtua-Cherry (1st), Avery Griffin (1st), Alex Griffin (1st), Bridgette Silva (1st), and Agnes Kind (1st).

     Passing U.S.F.S. tests April 19 were Antonia Avery (Preliminary Free Skate) and Grace Cleveland (14-Step and Ten Fox Dance).




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