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James River Figure Skating Club has successful run at Holiday Classic

The club had 20-first place finishes at the event.

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Back row from left to right Coach Leta Peterson, Keira Lambrecht, Siri Tweten, Jacie Bear, Gabby Tweten, Peyton Brunner, Clara Hanson, Coach Morgan Huber. Front row from left to right, Teagan Holub, Coley Eagleson, Cadence Eagleson, Maci Ogren, Brinley Bear, Kinsley Holub, Elliana Rostenbach, Addison Steckler, Berkleigh Mortenson, Zoey Norman.
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GRAND FORKS, ND — The James River Figure Skating Club Competitive Team was back in action to participate in the 11th annual Holiday Classic Figure Skating competition from Friday, Nov. 18-Nov.19 at the Purpur Arena.

The team had 24 skaters participating in the events with the skaters having 20 first-place finishes. The skaters also had 40 top-five finishes.

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The most successful of the skaters was Siri Tweten who had four first-place finishes. Tweten finished first in the spins category, compulsory category, free skate category, and artistic category. The second most successful skater was Maci Ogren who finished in first in the compulsory, free skate, and artistic categories. Brinley Bear also finished atop the podium in three categories as she finished in first in the compulsory, free skate, and artistic categories. Alice Perleberg and Jenna Mazur both racked up two first-place finishes as both finished first in the compulsory and free skate categories.

Full results are below: 

Gabby Tweten: First place in spins, second place in solo free dance, second place in free skate, third place in compulsory

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Siri Tweten: First place in spins, first place in compulsory, first place in free skate, first place in artistic

Keira Lambrecht: First place in compulsory, second place in the free skate, third place in artistic

Jacie Bear: First place in compulsory, second place in the free skate, third place in artistic

Brinley Bear: First place in compulsory, first place in the free skate, first place in artistic

Peyton Brunner: First place in artistic, second place in compulsory, second place in free skate

Clara Hanson: Third place in compulsory, fourth place in the free skate, fourth place in artistic

Coley Eagleson: First place in compulsory, third place in the free skate, third place in artistic

Elliana Rostenbach: Third place in compulsory, fourth place in the free skate, fourth place in artistic

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Kinsley Holub: Second place in compulsory, second place in artistic, third place in free skate

Maci Ogren: First place in compulsory, first place in the free skate, first place in artistic

Berkleigh Mortenson: Second place in compulsory, second place in artistic, fifth place in the free skate

Jenna Mazur: First place in compulsory, first place in free skate

Adelyn Martin: Third place in the free skate, fourth place in compulsory

Elli Naasz: Second place in compulsory, third place in the free skate

Hailey VanHall: Second place in compulsory, second place in the free skate

Samantha Kolden: Third place in the free skate, fourth place in the compulsory

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Teagan Holub: Second place in the free skate, third place in the compulsory

Zoey Norman: Fourth place in compulsory, fourth place in the free skate

Addison Steckler: Second place in compulsory, second place in the free skate

Adelle Westerhausen: First place in the free skate, second place in compulsory

Alice Perleberg: First place in compulsory, first place in the free skate

Cadence Eagleson: Second place in compulsory

Ella Mutschler: Third place in compulsory, third place in the free skate

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My name is Max O'Neill. I am a Sports Reporter at The Jamestown Sun. I am a native New Yorker, who graduated from Ithaca College in 2020 with a degree in Television-Radio.
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