Mountain View Skating Club
For the past eight months the figure skaters of Greeley who call the Greeley Ice Haus their home rink have been skating long hours several days a week in pursuit of reaching long term goals they set for themselves early in the skating season. All their hard work in attaining process goals, like mastering specific jumps and spins, paid off September 11-15 at the Rocky Mountain State Games held in Colorado Springs, Colorado, at the Sertich Ice Arena. A total of 9 skaters from the Mountain View Skating Club participated in the skating competition. Mountain View Skating Club is a nonprofit organization that provides opportunities to help skaters fulfill their
Skaters who placed first through third in their level and event qualified for the State Games of America, which will be held next summer in Lincoln, Nebraska.
In the Colorado Basic Skills Series, Mountain View Skating Club placed 2nd overall for total team points and 3 club members placed in the top three overall for their level. This is a fantastic accomplishment for each of these skaters, who were guided by their coach, MVSC member Kayla Fauria.
Rocky Mountain State Games results are as follows:
Rieley Grimes-Freeskate 5 Program with Music 1st place, Freeskate 5 Compulsory 1st place, and 1st place overall in the Basic Skills Series
Fiona Groom- Freeskate 1 Program with Music 2nd place, Freeskate 1 Compulsory 4th place
Julia Hurst-Freeskate 5 Program with Music 2nd place, Freeskate 5 Compulsory 2nd place, and 2nd place overall in the Basic Skills Series
Lauren Kendrick- Pre-Juvenile Freeskate 9th place
Tessa McIntire- Juvenile Compulsory 2nd place, and Juvenile Test Track Freeskate 3rd place
Sabine Mundt- Basic 7 Freeskate 3rd place, and Basic 7 Elements 4th place
Kaylee Rael- Freeskate 5 Program with Music 3rd place, Freeskate 5 Compulsory 3rd place, and 3rd place overall in the Basic Skills Series
Skyeler Smith- Open Juvenile Freeskate 4th place
Jack Webb- Juvenile Freeskate 2nd place