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RSC Skaters' Accomplishments

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Article By: Ricardo Veneza

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Katherine Karon, with the Riverside Skating Club, competes in the Novice division at the 2019 Skate

Local skaters were well represented on the ice in Oakville at the 2019 Skate Ontario Sectionals. The competition was held from November 1 through November 4. In the Senior Women's category, Alison Schumacher took home gold as the provincial champion. She represented the Riverside Skating Club.

Jake Ellis captured the bronze medal in the Novice division skating out of the South Windsor Skating Club. Kieran Thrasher with South Windsor Skating Club also advanced from the Sectional competition in Pre-Novice category. Also advancing to the next competition is South Windsor Skating Club's Maia Iannetta in the Junior Dance competition along with her partner Liam Carr out of the Ilderton Skating Club. All those advancing from the Sectionals will compete in the national competition, the 2019 Skate Canada Challenge, being held November 28 - December 2 at the Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre in Edmonton, Alberta. A number of other local skaters took part in the competition in Oakville over the weekend including Skate LaSalle's Arista Lee and Abby Bouma and South Windsor Skating Club's Rian Cocchetto.

Katherine Karon, with the Riverside Skating Club, competes in the Novice division at the 2019 Skate Ontario Sectionals held in Oakville from November 1 - 4, 2018.

Katherine Karon, with the Riverside Skating Club, competes in the Novice division at the 2019 Skate Ontario Sectionals held in Oakville from November 1 - 4, 2018.

2018 Skate Ontario STARSkate Provincial Championships

Kayleigh-Jayne Powney Ware

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Julia Young

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Serena Zhang

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The Riverside Skating Club is excited to announce that 3 skaters from the club have qualified for the Skate Ontario Championships being held March 16-18 in Kingston. They are Julia Young, Kayleigh-Jayne Powney Ware and Serena Zhang. Both Julia and Kayleigh-Jayne, aged 11 will be competing against 16 skaters from across Ontario in the STAR5 U13 Women category. Serena, aged 9, is competing in the STAR5 U10 Women category.