Port McNeill Figure Skating Club members

Balls and belles

Soccer registration wraps up while figure skaters get gold ratings.

The deadline to register youth soccer players for the North Island’s spring 2014 season has arrived for two area associations.

Registration for the Port Hardy Youth Soccer Association wraps up tomorrow, Mar. 7, from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Port Hardy Recreation Centre. Registrations submitted after that will be assessed an additional $25 late fee.

Fees range from $55 to $65. Tot registration is $35.

In Port McNeill, registration will wrap up Saturday, Mar. 8, with forms available to fill out and drop off at Timberland Sports during regular store hours. A $25 late charge also applies to late entries in Port McNeill.

Registration fees are $60-70, or $25 for tots, with discounts for families with three or more players registered.

For information in Port Hardy call Sarah at 250-949-6687; in Port McNeill call Laura at 250-956-0050.

 

 

 

Skaters golden

Port McNeill Figure Skating Club closed out its biennial ice carnival last week by awarding medals to seven senior skaters who have achieved their gold skills and/or gold dance level rating.

Mikayla Walton, Alyssa Busch, Kaitlyn Lasota and Sidney Hamilton earned gold in both skills and dance. Whitney Murgatroyd, Kierra Shambrook and Darian Murgatroyd achieved gold skills.

 

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