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Red Panther skaters fare well in competition

10:42 AM, Mar. 7, 2014  |  Comments
Members of the Red Panther High School Figure Skating Team recently traveled to the Lakeview Arena in Marquette, Mich., to compete in the U.P. of Michigan High School Figure Skating Competition hosted by the Marquette High School Figure Skating Club. The 'A' team placed first in Moves, second in Jumps and second in Spins. The 'B' team placed first in Moves, first in Jumps and first in Spins. The team also placed second and third in the Longest Element. Pictured are LeeAnn Przybylski, front row from left, Ashley Drake, Kayla Derber; Megan Resch, back row from left, Hannah Bauman, Afton Wierzba, Coach Lynda Schrader and Maria Nagel.
Members of the Red Panther High School Figure Skating Team recently traveled to the Lakeview Arena in Marquette, Mich., to compete in the U.P. of Michigan High School Figure Skating Competition hosted by the Marquette High School Figure Skating Club. The 'A' team placed first in Moves, second in Jumps and second in Spins. The 'B' team placed first in Moves, first in Jumps and first in Spins. The team also placed second and third in the Longest Element. Pictured are LeeAnn Przybylski, front row from left, Ashley Drake, Kayla Derber; Megan Resch, back row from left, Hannah Bauman, Afton Wierzba, Coach Lynda Schrader and Maria Nagel.
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