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Skaters’ programs flawless

The Duncan Beginner 1 team at the Mountain Synchronized Skating Championships, back row from left, includes: Drew Kuipers, Delrae Olson, Ryley MacDonald, Sonja McCormack, Leava Schneider, Camryn Visscher. Front: Hailey Cerrer, Paiton Douglas, Grace Haugen, Rylee Smith, Jessica Mosewich, Peyton Kong. - submitted
The Duncan Beginner 1 team at the Mountain Synchronized Skating Championships, back row from left, includes: Drew Kuipers, Delrae Olson, Ryley MacDonald, Sonja McCormack, Leava Schneider, Camryn Visscher. Front: Hailey Cerrer, Paiton Douglas, Grace Haugen, Rylee Smith, Jessica Mosewich, Peyton Kong.
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Duncan Skating Club teams performed well in the Mountain Synchronized Skating Championships for B.C. and Alberta entries at Abbotsford.

The Elementary team placed first in its division and the Beginner I team came second.

“Both teams skated flawless programs,’’ noted coach Lorraine Francisty. “I am very proud of all of them on their performances.’’

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