Williams Lake Skating Club’s winter showcase highlights skills

Greg Sabatino photos The snowmen: Linden Moore (from left), Jericho Murphy-Lulua ,Thomas Luscombe ,Derek Sterne, Jaky Dong and Max Roe skate much to the delight of the crowd in attendance at the Williams Lake Skating Club’s Winter Showcase.
Santa’s elves: Emilio Li (from left), Cameron Cook and Shepard Murphy-Lulua wave to the crowd while senior skater Emma Penner helps out.
Sierra Rankin (centre) smiles as one of the ‘Santas’ during a group performance by the Williams Lake Skating Club.
Williams Lake Skating Club Junior Academy members Brooke Rolston (from left), Kylie Rolston, Kala Campbell, Aubreigh Gentles, Kathryn Navratil and Makenna Boucher perform during the club’s annual Winter Skating Showcase Dec. 20 at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex.
Williams Lake Skating Club competitive team members Bailey Jones (from left), Julie Bowman, Reagan West, Emma Penner, Georgia Jacobson, Olivia Holloway, Faith Ritchot, Kolbi Seterengen and Ryanne Jones perform a holiday-themed group number.
Alanna Walters (from left), Dawn Henley and Amanda Lane — all former senior competitive skaters with the Williams Lake Skating Club — returned to the ice for a trio performance at the WLSC’s Winter Skating Showcase. (Greg Sabatino photo)

Members of the Williams Lake Skating Club were busy spreading holiday cheer during the team’s annual Winter Skating Showcase.

Held Dec. 20 on rink one at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex, parents and family members, friends and peers were treated to a delightfully festive show featuring all of the WLSC’s age groups, ranging from CanSkate to competitive senior team members.

Group performances from the senior girls, the junior academy, the ‘elves,’ and the ‘snowmen,’ all had the near-full stands at the CMRC clapping and cheering, while solo skates from Ella Kruus, Kaelin Mackinnon, Olivia Holloway, Georgia Jacobson, Kolbi Sterengen, Bailey Jones, Emma Penner, Julie Bowman, Ryanne Jones, Faith Ritchot, Reagan West, Sydney Mason and Camdyn Cochran, plus a graduated senior-club member trio featuring Amanda Lane, Dawn Henley and Alanna Walters highlighted the event.

The WLSC will be back on the ice Jan. 5 in preparation for the upcoming 2019 CNC Regional Championships — this year being held in Quesnel Jan. 18-20.

After that, the team will travel to Dawson Creek from Feb. 8-10 for the 2018 Totem Interclub.


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