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Trio of Diamond Edge skaters earn awards in skate games

Three girls from New London-Spicer represented the Diamond Edge Figure Skating Club at the Skate Games competition hosted by the Watertown (S.D.) Figure Skating Club on Dec. 12.

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Three girls from New London-Spicer represented the Diamond Edge Figure Skating Club at the Skate Games competition hosted by the Watertown (S.D.) Figure Skating Club on Dec. 12.

The skaters competed in one team and three individual events.

The team of Aubree Schueler, age 12, Rebecca Bergh, 10, and Sloan Stahnke, 9, took second place in the Basic 4-8 event.

This was the first time the girls had attended Skate Games and their first time in a team event.

Sloan placed first in Basic 6 Compulsory moves, followed by a third-place finish in Freeskate and a third in Interpretive.

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Rebecca placed first in Basic 7 Freeskate with a fourth in Compulsory Moves and a fifth for Interpretive.

A first-time competitor, Aubree brought home a second place in Basic 7 Compulsory Moves. She was third in Freeskate and fifth in Interpretive.

The girls are all coached by first-time competition coach, Ashlyn Bergh, age 16, also from Diamond Edge Figure Skating Club.

The Diamond Edge Figure Skating Club will be hosting the Lakes Area Classic Basic Skills Competition on Jan. 9 at the Willmar Civic Center Cardinal Arena.

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