Glacier skaters place at Missoula competition

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  • Elijah Walrath earned third place during a skating competition in Missoula. (Courtesy photo)

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    Gabriel Walrath earned first place during a skating competition in Missoula. (Courtesy photo)

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    Kate Freeman earned fourth place during a skating competition in Missoula. (Courtesy photo)

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    Emma Marlow earned second place during a skating competition in Missoula. (Courtesy photo)

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    Harper MacIntyre earned first place during a recent skating competition in Missoula. (Courtesy photo)

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    Sophia Burrough received the Kay Spencer award for captivating the audience during a skating competition in Missoula. (Courtesy photo)

  • Elijah Walrath earned third place during a skating competition in Missoula. (Courtesy photo)

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    Gabriel Walrath earned first place during a skating competition in Missoula. (Courtesy photo)

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    Kate Freeman earned fourth place during a skating competition in Missoula. (Courtesy photo)

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    Emma Marlow earned second place during a skating competition in Missoula. (Courtesy photo)

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    Harper MacIntyre earned first place during a recent skating competition in Missoula. (Courtesy photo)

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    Sophia Burrough received the Kay Spencer award for captivating the audience during a skating competition in Missoula. (Courtesy photo)

Glacier Skate Academy skaters performed well at their first competition of the season recently in Missoula.

“It was a very successful weekend with all skaters winning at least one medal,” said Skating Director Sean Wirtz.

Several first time competitions placed at the competition, including, Harper MacIntyre in first place, Madison Dockery in first place, Gabriel Walrath in first place, Emma Marlow in second place, Elijah Walrath in third place and Kate Freeman in fourth place.

In team competition Glacier Skate Academy took home first, second and third place.

“It was a great effort by our Whitefish Skaters,” Wirtz said.

Other medalists were Muriel Mercer, Shatara Boye, Kalie Jensen, Sophia Elden and Maci Safir.

There was also a standout performance by Glacier Skate Academy’s first ever pair team, Maggie Mercer and Willem Gray, Wirtz noted.

Sophia Burrough won the Intermediate Dramatic Showcase event and also received the Kay Spencer award for captivating the audience.

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