PHOTO: Skaters do well at Okanagan Interclub

Raft Mountain Skating Club skaters bring home the medals from event in Kamloops

Members of Raft Mountain Skating Club celebrate after doing well during the Okanagan Interclub Competition 2017 held Nov. 24-26 in Kamloops.

Picture are (back, l-r) Lily Dulaba, silver in program and gold in interpretive; Sienna Henderson, bronze; Haileigh Goodie, silver in progrm; Sophia Braaten, ninth; Vienna Wadlegger, 12th in program and gold in interpretive; Kayla Chrystall, bronze; (middle, l-r) Reid Muddiman, bronze in program and gold in interpretive; Rebecca Pisarczyk, silver, Mia Thompson, silver in program and silver in interpretive; and (front) Ellie Thompson, bronze. Missing from the picture are Alexus Marsel, silver; and Rogue Mattenley, silver.

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