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    Danielle Kahle did win silver at Karl Schafer, but her FS score (80.70) was nothing to write home about.

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    Will these skaters who got bye at regionals because of conflict of their international assignment be required in Sectional?

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    Sylvia thanks for all the great info and juicy tidbits. Please keep 'em coming!

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    LOL, I don't think the tidbits I've provided are all that juicy but rather on the dry side so far.

    Quote Originally Posted by mzheng View Post
    Will these skaters who got bye at regionals because of conflict of their international assignment be required in Sectional?
    As I posted earlier, Danielle Kahle is currently scheduled to compete at Pacific Coast Sectionals next month (ditto for Nicholas LaRoche, Dennis Phan, Michael Villarreal and Dice Murakami in senior men). As long as Alissa Czisny and Christine Zukowski place in the top 4 of their Regionals, they will then receive a bye through their respective Sectionals to Nationals because they each have a Senior Grand Prix competition that conflicts with Sectionals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckm View Post
    Danielle Kahle did win silver at Karl Schafer, but her FS score (80.70) was nothing to write home about.
    True. not a great score but she was only less than l point behind Gedenvanisvili. Not bad considering all the praise Elene has been getting.

    Sylvia - Thanks a million for all that info.

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    Sorry if I missed it but, I didn't see her name: Sandy Rucker, I think that's her name? She was on that show Ice Diaries, I can't remember what region or section she was from? Has she decided to compete this season?

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    Just saw that Sandy Rucker was 9th (out of 12) in the SP at Southwesterns. So it would seem that problems continue to plague her.

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    Damn. I liked her. Thx for the info.

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    The last 3 Regionals take place this week.

    New England (NE) Regional Championships, Marlborough, Mass.
    Link to USFS' event page with schedule/starting orders/official results
    Link to host club's site with schedule

    BYES (do not have to compete here): Juliana Cannarozzo, Stephen Carriere (seniors/both have qualified for JGP Final).

    Notable Skaters (just a sampling):
    SR: Jessica Houston, Kylie Gleason, Michelle Boulos
    JR: Curran Oi, Colin Pennington; Brittney Rizo, Michaelee Scarincio
    NOV: Ross Miner

    South Atlantic (SA) Regional Championships, Aston, PA
    Link to USFS' event page with schedule/starting orders/official results
    Link to host club's site with schedule

    BYES (do not have to compete here): Melissa Bulanhagui & Tommy Steenberg (senior/Liberec JGP), Ashley Wagner (junior/has qualified for JGP Final), Blake Rosenthal (junior/Taipei JGP)

    Notable Skaters:
    SR: Christine Zukowski, Megan Williams-Stewart, Jane Bugaeva; Derrick Delmore, Shaun Rogers, Craig Ratterree, Traighe Rouse
    JR: Ashley Wagner, Adam Rippon
    NOV: Kristine Musademba & a deep field of ladies; Scott Dyer, Armin
    Mahbanoozadeh, Zachary DeWulf, Alexander Aiken & more (deep field as well)

    Upper Great Lakes (UGL) Regional Championships, Richfield, Minnesota
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    BYE: Megan Oster (senior/Liberec JGP)

    Notable Skaters:
    SR: Megan Hyatt, Molly Oberstar, Angie Lien; Rohene Ward, Michael Peters
    JR: Eliot Halverson, Osadolo Irowa; Rhiana Brammeier, Kirsten Olson, Christina-Maria Sperduto, Debbie Knubley, Elyse Oskvarek, Mary Catherine Beck, Taylor Kulpa & more
    NOV: Alexander Johnson; Kate Charbonneau, Kayla Howey, Alexa Scimeca, Caroline Ferris & more

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    Wow -- South Atlantic is really strong for senior men.

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    thanks for these ongoing updates on Regionals...I can't wait to hear how Rohene does -- Go Rohene!

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    reports?

    Does anyone have any reports for UGL regionals? I see Rohene is in first after the short, but his PCS' are all in the mid 5's which doesn't seem too good.

    Any highlights would be appreciated!

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    Some S.Atlantic Results:

    Ladies SP: Bugaeva, Zukowski, Williams-Stewart.

    Mens Final: Delmore, Rogers, Rateree.

    Novice Ladies: Musadema for an easy win.

    Joe

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    Just adding a few more results:

    Junior Men: Halverson easily wins UGL

    Junior Men: Curran Oi easily wins NE.

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    In the Upper Great Lakes Regional senior men's event on Saturday, Rohene Ward landed 7 clean triples in his free skate (to last year's Tango medley).
    Someone at Uppers with access to the official result protocols confirms that his executed jumps (in order) were: 3T+2T, 3A+2T, 3F, 3Lz, 3Lz+2T, 2A, 3S, 3Lo.

    In his SP on Friday, I heard that Ward stood up on the quad toe with a hand down (no combo), and landed a triple axel, and a triple lutz ("out of a wicked entry of a forward spiral to a bracket - bracket" says someone who saw it).

    Asianathlete.com has Saturday reports from the South Atlantic Regional of the Senior Men's FS, Novice Ladies FS (last 10 skaters), Junior Ladies FS and Senior Ladies FS -- links at: http://asianathlete.com/SportsPage.aspx?ID=45

    Link to a report on Friday's Senior Men's SP, Senior Ladies SP and Junior Ladies SP at South Atlantics:
    http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group...message/174878

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