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We are the St. Peters Figure Skating Association (SPFSA), a United States Figure Skating (USFS) member club of more than 100 skaters.

The St. Peters Rec-Plex in St. Peters, Missouri is the Home Rink of the SPFSA.

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Skating Lessons Available with PSA Master Rated Coach and Choreographer Doug Mattis

EXCITING OPPORTUNITY!

We are proud to announce that Doug Mattis will be available for private lessons at the Rec-Plex September 24-26, 2017.

Doug's bio is below, but he can best be described as someone who puts the icing on the cake and adds the sparkle! Skaters may remember Doug from when he was in St. Louis in April 2016 as a coach for our Grassroots to Champions Seminar! Doug teaches innovative and creative moves, adds flair to programs, helps the skater to connect to their program and music and therefore to the judges and audience, and most importantly, helps to give the skaters the confidence to do all of these things. Skaters do not need to have a program to benefit from time with Doug. He will work on all things skating!

Lesson Details
Doug's coaching fees are $47.50 for 30 minutes and $95 for 60 minutes. Skaters can have private lessons or they can share with either two or three skaters splitting a lesson time. The coaching fee is still the same with the skaters splitting the cost evenly.

How to Sign Up
Skaters wishing to sign up for lessons should send an email to isicompetition.recplex@gmail.com and include the following information:
•Skater's name (If semi-private, include all skaters.)
•Skater's coach
•Number and length of lesson(s) requested
•Top three time blocks requested. (see below)

Lesson Time Blocks
Time Blocks are broken down by letters below. Times are updated to reflect lessons already scheduled. Please use the letters to request. Skaters will be assigned lesson times on a first come, first served basis when an email with COMPLETE information is received. You will be notified of your exact time.

Block A - No longer available
Block B - Monday, September 25 - 6:30-8:45am *earlier times may be available upon request
Block C - Monday, September 25 - 9:00-11:00am
Block D - Monday September 25 - 1:00-2:00pm
Block E - No longer available
Block F - Tuesday, September 26 - 6:30-8:15am *earlier times may be available upon request
Block G - Tuesday, September 26 - 9:00-11:00am
Block H - Tuesday, September 26 - 2:00-3:00pm
Block I - No longer available

Payment must be in cash or a check payable to City of St. Peters, and should be turned in to Heather Hyatt, or to the envelope on Kelsie's office door. Please email Heather Hyatt at isicompetition.recplex@gmail.com with any questions! Don't miss this exciting opportunity!

Read on For More Information About Doug Mattis!

Doug Mattis
PSA Master Rated Coach and Choreographer Networking/Fundraising/Charitable Organization Consultant Motivational Speaker

Doug's Credits:
- Gold Test Figures & Freestyle
- National Junior Champion
- International Team Member
- St. Gervais, France International Champion Oberstdorf, Germany Silver U. S. Olympic Festival Bronze, U.S. Open and American Open Professional Champion U.S. World Pro Team Member, Trained in Pairs, Dance, & Adagio Professional Show Producer, Director, Writer, Choreographer Coach & Choreographer of National Medalists and World Team Alternate - 20+ Years USFS & ISI Coaching Experience
- PSA Board Member
- Master Rated Choreographer
- Bachelor's Degree and MBA

Doug Mattis ending his successful amateur competitive career with a backflip at Nationals turned out to be only the beginning. After a ten years of touring the world, starring in thousands of performances and several TV shows (such as Scott Hamilton’s “Upside Down”), winning pro competitions—and producing ice shows himself—Doug began to coach and expand his creativity beyond the surface of the ice.

He worked as a writer for Universal Studios and Disney, published articles and books as a humorist, and had one of the top-rated blogs on the Internet.

In the past ten years, Doug has re-branded himself as an ally to those seeking personal development, organizational enrichment, and creative, exceptional achievement. Working with organizations such as Figure Skating in Harlem, Skate For Hope, and The Michael Weiss Foundation, Doug has been building his brand as a networker in the direction of, as he puts it, “giving back.” He co-produced the first three seasons of “Young Artists Showcase” with Audrey Weisiger; a non-profit online skating competition designed to inspire the next generation of choreographers and creative individuals.

Mattis feels fortunate to have worked with some of the brightest talent in skating, having taken skaters consistently to US Nationals at all levels in men's, ladies’, and pairs events--with podium finishes in pairs and ladies. He's also worked with the top professional show producers amd choreographers, lending his creative help to productions and talents from Bietak, Foster, Ice Theater of New York, and packaging new talent for personal consideration by Disney.

Innovation and a paradigm shift-approach are of primary interest to Doug as an artist...but connecting performers with material in the most deeply personal way is critical to him. He believes when choreography is at once the embodiment of the music and performer, they combine to sing with honesty and resonance. And...that experience is compulsory to having a performer push themselves and grow in transformation. “I believe deeply that skating has the power to enrich young lives and provide skills and values that kids will use to be happier, healthier adults.”

Don't miss this exciting opportunity!!!


Angelina Huang to Represent Team USA - JGP of Austria!

September 2, 2017 results update

JGP of Austria update from the Huang family:
Angelina's first JGP ends well. After 18th place in the short program, Angelina fought back and got 7th place in the long program! She ended up in 10th place for her first Junior Grand Prix!

The event was held in Salzburg, Austria. Salzburg is the birthplace of Mozart and the movie "Sound of Music" filming place. It is such a beautiful place. Angelina, your SPFSA family is so proud of you! Thank you for the updates, Huang family!

August 23, 2017

Exciting news from Angelina Huang's family and US Figure Skating:

We are thrilled to inform you that Angelina has been chosen to represent the United States of America at the 2017 ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating in Salzburg, Austria from August 31st - September 2nd!

Angelina is honored to be named to Team U.S.A. Envelope Team D for the second year!

She is also proud to represent St. Peters FSA to compete Internationally. Please keep her in your prayers. Thanks for your support and love!

Angelina Huang


2017 National Competitors

Best of luck to SPFSA's 2017 National competitors! Good luck in Kansas City, we will post results as we receive them!

Angelina Huang - Novice Ladies

Angelina will be representing the SPFSA as she competes at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Kansas City, Missouri the week of January 14-22, 2017.

Angelina is the 2017 Upper Great Lakes Regional Novice Ladies Champion and Midwestern Sectional Pewter Medalist. In addition, she is the 2016 U.S Figure Skating Championships Intermediate Ladies Pewter Medalist. Angelina was the first figure skater to represent SPFSA at the 2015 USFSA Sectionals and Nationals as a Juvenile Girl.

Angelina first stepped out onto the ice at age 6 at the St. Peters Rec-Plex. She is coached by SPFSA Coach, Kelsey Himmel. She has been a member of SPFSA since 2008. Angelina is a sophomore at Mizzou K-12 Online High School. She would like to thank you for your support.


Luke Anderson and Hope Noelle Lassiter (Lone Star FSC, Dallas) - Juvenile Dance

Luke and Hope placed 5th place in Juvenile Dance at the 2017 Midwestern Sectionals and were invited to the U.S Figure Skating Championships in Kansas City. We wish them the best of luck at Nationals!


2017 Midwestern Sectional Competitors

Best of luck to our 2017 Midwestern Sectional Competitors as competition begins November 16th in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Angelina Huang - Novice Ladies




Luke Anderson and Hope Noelle Lassiter (Lone Star FSC, Dallas) - Juvenile Dance

If you have Ice Network you can watch and cheer along from home (all times listed in Central time):
- Luke and Hope compete Wednesday, 11/16 at 11:15am and Thursday, 11/17 at 9:40am.
- Angelina competes Thursday, 11/17 at 12:30pm and Friday, 11/18 at 9:40am.

Congratulations and best of luck to all competitors! We are so proud of you! We will post results on the SPFSA Facebook and Twitter pages as we receive information.


2017 Upper Great Lakes Regional Figure Skating Results! - Congratulations Skaters!!!

Angelina Huang - Novice Ladies Upper Great Lakes Champion! Advances to Midwestern Sectionals!

Luke Anderson - Pre-Juvenile Upper Great Lakes Champion!

Elizabeth Wangley - Juvenile Girls - 8th Place Championship Round; 4th Place Qualifying Round

Amy Li - Juvenile Girls - 12th Place Championship Round; 6th Place Qualifying Round
Congrats to Amy and Elizabeth on strong finishes in a division of over 40 skaters!

Elsa Wagnon - Juvenile Girls - 12th Place Qualifying Round

Emilie Ann Hunteman Preliminary Girls - 16th Place. Congrats on your Regional debut!

Jadie Gober - Pre-Preliminary Girls - 11th Place. Congrats on your Regional debut!


SPFSA 2017 Upper Great Lakes Regional Competitors

Angelina Huang
Novice – Well Balanced Free Skate – Qualifying

Angelina is the 2016 U.S Figure Skating Championships Intermediate Ladies Pewter Medalist.

Last year, Angelina was the first figure skater to represent SPFSA at the 2015 USFSA Sectionals and Nationals as a Juvenile Girl. Angelina first stepped out onto the ice at age 6 at the St. Peters Rec-Plex. She is coached by SPFSA Coach Kelsey Himmel. She has been a member of SPFSA since 2008. Angelina is a sophomore at Mizzou K-12 Online High School. She would like to thank you for your support.


Amy Li
Juvenile - Well Balanced Free Skate – Qualifying

Amy, age 13, has been skating for 8 years. She is coached by Kelsey Himmel and Sima Baker. Kelsey choreographed Amy’s program to the music “Sacred Pool of Tears from Kung Fu Panda 2”. This is her 2nd time to represent SPFSA to go to the Upper Great Lakes Regionals and her first time competing Well-Balanced Juvenile Free skate at regionals. Amy has passed her USFSA Novice Moves in the Field, Juvenile Free Skate and ISI freestyle 7 tests. She is currently in the 8th grade at MICDS, joining school cross-country running and school Band. She loves reading, drawing and knitting.


Elizabeth Wangley
Juvenile - Well Balanced Free Skate – Qualifying

Elizabeth is thrilled to compete in her 4th Regional competition. She will be competing in the Juvenile division and will be skating to "Tango Amore". She is coached by Kelsey Himmel, Julie Binz, and Sima Baker. Aside from skating, Elizabeth also enjoys playing the viola and doing artwork. In addition, she likes to help a local shelter for cats by raising money. Elizabeth loves her cat Adie and wants to help other cats find a loving family too. She would also like to thank her parents and coaches for supporting her.


Elsa Wagnon
Juvenile - Well Balanced Free Skate – Qualifying

Elsa, 13, started skating at age 2. She began competing at the age of 5. She has passed her U.S. Figure Skating Novice Moves in the Field and Juvenile Free Skate Tests. Elsa’s coaches are Rebecca Cacioppo, Kelsey Himmel and Pam Forster. Her 2016-17 competition program is to the music of Indian Hindi movie “Saawariya”. The program was choreographed by Rebecca Cacioppo and Kelsey Himmel. Elsa would like to thank her coaches for their amazing support and professionalism. Elsa is a member of Saint Louis Theatre on Ice and has competed with her team at the National Theatre on Ice Championships for the past three years. One of her favorite skating moments was competing in Cape Cod with her team when they performed “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory”. Elsa attends Mizzou Online school. Her hobbies outside of skating are reading, drawing and video editing.


Luke Anderson
Pre-Juvenile - Well Balanced Free Skate - Non-Qualifying

At 14 years old, this is Luke's second season competing at UFSF competitions. After breaking his arm in early February, he couldn't skate for 3 months and then couldn't jump for three more months. So this year he only competed in one competition before Regionals. He has competed at ISI competitions several times since he was 6 years old as well as participated in local skating shows including Nutcracker On Ice. He is coached by Kelsey Himmel for Freestyle and Susie Smith for Ice Dance and Moves in the Field. His program is set to "Sing, Sing, Sing" by Louis Prima but most will recognize it from Benny Goodman. The program is choreographed by Kelsey. He has passed Novice MIF, USFS Preliminary Free Skate, USFS Pre-Silver ice dance test, Juvenile Free Dance test, and also has passed ISI freestyle 5. His most memorable moment is when he landed his axel for the first time and it is on video! Outside of figure skating, Luke is a 10th grader at Christa McAuliffe School of Arts and Sciences. In his free time, he enjoys dancing (he takes classes at Charmette Academy of Dance), playing video games, reading, and spending time with his cat, Molly.


Emilie Ann Hunteman
Preliminary - Well Balanced Free Skate – Non-Qualifying

Emilie Ann first started skating at the age of 7 at the Indiana/World Skating Academy. The family then moved to Evansville, Indiana where she skated with the Greater Evansville Figure Skating Club for 2.5 years. In 2013, her family moved to O’Fallon, Missouri. Emilie Ann has been coached by Kelsey Himmel and a member of SPFSA since November, 2014. She has passed her Intermediate Moves in the Field and Preliminary freeskate under Kelsey’s coaching. She has also taken dance with Jamie Mathews and recently passed her preliminary dances. Emilie Ann is skating to Michael W. Smith’s “Prayer for Taylor” this season, which was also choreographed by Kelsey. This song was written in honor of Taylor Schrauger, who passed away from terminal cancer in 2000, just days before his 12th birthday. Emilie Ann’s two top figure skating moments were when she landed her axel for the first time and the day that she was able to be Scott Hamilton’s assistant while he taught a learn to skate class. Her figure skating hero is Sasha Cohen because “we both started skating when we were 7, moved around a lot and had to switch coaches a lot.” Outside of skating, Emilie Ann is a straight A student, a member of the National Junior Honor Society and enjoys playing the cello. She is currently in the 8th grade at Fort Zumwalt South Middle School. Emilie Ann is the daughter of Chris and Kristin Hunteman.


Jadie Gober
Pre-Preliminary - Well Balanced Free Skate – Non-Qualifying

Jadie took her first learn to skate lesson at age 4 and was coached by her cousin Loren Hasse (former Diamond Edge). Jadie did not like skating at first, but by the age of 8 decided to be in the spring program Dr. Seuss. She also wanted to be on a synchro team, so she joined the Emerald Blades. Through private lessons from Melissa Felps, she began competing in several ISI competitions as well as skating in shows. She is currently a member of the Ice Gems synchronized skating team. Now, at age 11, this is her first year competing in USFS competitions. She has passed juvenile MIF and USFS pre-free. She has also passed ISI freestyle 5. She is coached by Kelsey Himmel for freestyle and moves in the field. Her program is set to Anastasia and is choreographed by her coach Kelsey. Jadie's most memorable skating moment was landing her double salchow after she worked for a long time to land it. Jadie currently attends Frontier Middle School and is in the 6th grade. Outside of skating she enjoys, reading, swimming, and gymnastics.


Pigtails 4 Peace Fundraiser - Thank you!

The St. Peters Rec Plex recently lost a skater to bullying. Destiny Gleason was 14 years old, and had recently relocated with her family to Warrenton. A group of middle school girls tormented and bullied her to the point that she took her own life. It is an extremely tragic story, one that deserves our support and attention.

Destiny Gleason

St. Peters Figure Skating Association would like to thank everyone who participated in our "Pigtails 4 Peace" fundraiser. We were able to raise over $800 for Destiny's family. If you missed the opportunity to participate, you can still make a donation directly at https://www.gofundme.com/2m9rmd9w. Please mention "SPFSA-Pigtails 4 Peace" in the comments section.

Thank you again for standing up against bullying. Fly high Destiny!

If you or someone you know is being bullied, speak up, reach out and let's put a stop to bullying.

Need help? Here are some local resources:
http://www.meganmeierfoundation.org/community-resources.html
http://www.mnea.org/Missouri/NoMoreBullying.aspx


Congratulations to Angelina Huang!
2016 US Intermediate Ladies Pewter Medalist!

Angelina Huang and Kelsey Himmel

Congratulations Angelina Huang, 2016 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships Intermediate Ladies Pewter Medalist!

Angelina Huang, with Coach Kelsey Himmel, represented the St. Peters Figure Skating Association at the 2016 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships in St. Paul, Minnesota. After placing 10th in the Intermediate Ladies Short Program on Saturday, Angelina placed 2nd in the free skate to finish 4th place overall at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships earning the Pewter Medal!!!

Congratulations to Angelina, her family and her coaches on this FANTASTIC accomplishment. We are so proud of you!!


Angelina Huang Qualifies for 2016 US Figure Skating Championships!

Angelina Huang

Congratulations to Angelina Huang! She competed at the 2016 USFS Midwestern Sectional Championships in Strongsville, Ohio and is the 2016 Midwestern Sectional Intermediate Ladies Bronze Medalist!

Angelina will now travel to St. Paul, Minnesota to compete at the 2016 US Figure Skating Championships in January. She is coached by Kelsey Himmel.

Best wishes to Angelina and Coach Kelsey at Nationals! You both have worked so hard for this! We are so proud to have you as part of our SPFSA family!


Upper Great Lakes Regional Figure Skating Results! - Congratulations Skaters!!!

Congratulations to our 6 SPFSA Skaters: Luke Anderson (Preliminary), Amy Li (Pre-Juvenile), Natalie Bruno (Pre-Juvenile), Natalie Mispagel (Pre-Juvenile), Sarena Yeung (Juvenile), and Angelina Huang (Intermediate). We are so proud of you all!

Luke Anderson: Preliminary Boys Final Round Pewter Medalist (4th Place)

Natalie Bruno: Pre-Juvenile Initial Round, 6th Place

Angelina Huang: Intermediate Ladies Initial Round, 1st Place. Final Round - Short Program, 3rd Place and Free Skate, 2nd Place – Overall Intermediate Final Round Silver Medalist

Amy Li: Pre-Juvenile Initial Round, 10th Place

Natalie Mispagel: Pre-Juvenile Initial Round, 1st Place. Final Round - 9th Place overall Pre-Juvenile Girls

Sarena Yeung: Juvenile Initial Round, 11th Place

A special congratulations to Angelina Huang who is the 2016 Upper Great Lakes Regional Intermediate Ladies Silver Medalist. This accomplishment has qualified her for the 2016 Midwestern Sectional Championships in Strongsville, Ohio, in November!!!

Congratulations to the coaches who train with our skaters day in and day out to help them reach their skating goals. This could not have been done without you! If you haven't yet, check out the skater bios. SPFSA Coach Kelsey Himmel coaches all six of our Regional skaters. In addition, Natalie Mispagel is also coached by SPFSA Coach Pam Forster. The skaters also work with several other local and regional coaches.

Thanks to all who attended the reception celebrating the skaters!


SPFSA 2016 Upper Great Lakes Regional Competitors

The 2016 USFS Upper Great Lakes Regional Competition will take place in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, October 10-13, 2015 and will feature 6 SPFSA skaters: Luke Anderson, Natalie Bruno, Angelina Huang, Amy Li, Natalie Mispagel and Sarena Yeung. A reception celebrating the skaters will be held October 15th in the North rink warming room at 7:00PM.

Please take a moment to meet and learn more about each of our Regional skaters below:

Luke Anderson - Preliminary

Luke first put on skates at 5 years old. While he took learn to skate lessons, his main focus was on gymnastics which he competed at for 4 years before choosing at the age of 10 to solely focus on figure skating. Now 13 years old, this is his first season competing at USFS competitions. He has competed at ISI competitions several times over the years as well as participated in local skating shows.

He is coached by Kelsey Himmel for Freestyle and Susie Smith for Ice Dance and Moves in the Field. His program is set to "Sing, Sing, Sing" by Louis Prima but most will recognize it from Benny Goodman. The program is choreographed by Kelsey.

He has passed Intermediate MIF, USFS Preliminary Free Skate, will soon take his last USFS Pre-Silver ice dance test, and also has passed ISI Freestyle 5. His most memorable moment is when he landed his axel for the first time and it is on video! Outside of figure skating, Luke is homeschooled in 8th grade. He enjoys dancing (he takes classes at Charmette Academy of Dance), playing video games, reading, and spending time with his cat, Molly.


Natalie Bruno – Pre-Juvenile

Natalie, age 12, started skating when she was 4 years old. She is coached by Kelsey Himmel and Sima Baker. Kelsey choreographed Natalie’s program to the music from the Disney movie ‘Mulan’.

She has passed ISI freestyle 7, USFS Novice MIF, and USFS Preliminary free skate. She will be competing at the USFS Pre-Juvenile level at Regionals this year. This will be her 3rd year going to Regionals! Her favorite skating move is the double loop, double loop combo. Her favorite skating memories are landing her Axel jump for the first time and going to finals last year at Regionals.

Natalie is in 7th grade at DuBray Middle School. She enjoys dancing, reading, drawing, throwing a football, kicking a soccer ball, fashion and braiding hair.


Angelina Huang - Intermediate

Angelina is 13 years old, and has passed her Senior Moves in the Field, USFSA Intermediate Free Skate, and ISI Freestyle 8. She has been skating for 7 years. Angelina represents St. Peters Figure Skating Association, and she is coached by Kelsey Himmel, Alex Ouriashev, Oleg Epstein and Sima Baker.

Angelina is the 2015 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships Juvenile Girls 5th place in January at Greensboro, N.C. She is also the Midwestern Sectionals Gold Medalist, and the 2014 Upper Great Lakes Regionals Pre-Juvenile Silver Medalist. This year, she is competing in Intermediate. She has won Ladybug, Skate Detroit, and DuPage Open; and got silver at Skate Milwaukee and Chicagoland Fall Invitational.

She would like to thank her coaches, club, and family and friends for their love and support.


Amy Li - Pre-Juvenile

Amy, age 12, has been skating for 8 years. She is coached by Kelsey Himmel and Sima Baker. Kelsey choreographed Amy’s program to the music. “Carnival of the Animals Finale”. This is her first time to represent SPFSA at the Upper Great Lakes regionals competing Well-Balanced Pre-Juvenile Free skate.

Amy has passed her USFSA Intermediate Moves in the Field, Pre-Juvenile Free Skate and ISI freestyle 6 tests. Her favorite moves are double Flip and the Cannonball spin. Her favorite memory is landing her Axel for the first time and getting her medal and making the final round at Skating KC this year.

Amy is in 7th grade at MICDS, She is an active girl, she is school cross-country running and plays Saxophone at school Band, she’s also doing ballet, playing piano and Chinese folk dances. She enjoys reading and knitting and drawing.


Natalie Mispagel – Pre-Juvenile

Natalie, age 12, has been skating since she was almost 7 years old. She is currently working on ISI freestyle 8, and Junior Moves in the Field and has passed USFS Pre-Juvenile Free Skate. This is Natalie’s second time going to Regionals and she is very excited about this year’s competition.

She is coached by Debbie Dodge-Howe and Kelsey Himmel for Free Skate and Pam Forster for Moves in the Field. Her favorite jump combination is a double flip, double loop. Her favorite ice skating memory is being Ariel in the Rec-Plex Spring show last year.

In her free time she enjoys hanging out with her friends, playing games, and shopping. She is in the 7th grade at Laurel Springs on line school.


Sarena Yeung - Juvenile

Sarena, age 14, started skating when she was 4 years old. She is coached by Kelsey Himmel and Sima Baker. Kelsey choreographed Sarena’s program to the music from the movie ‘Ever After: A Cinderella Story’.

She has passed ISI freestyle 6, USFS Novice MIF, and USFS Juvenile free skate. She enjoyed being Ariel in this year’s production of Under the Sea, it was so much fun to work with everyone! She will be competing at the USFS Juvenile level at Regionals this year. This will be her 3rd year going to Regionals! Her favorite skating move is the double flip, double toe combo with one arm up. Her favorite skating memories are going to her first Regionals, and landing her first double, and last year when she got 3rd in the initial round in Pre- Juvenile at Regionals.

Sarena is in 8th grade at Selvidge Middle School. She enjoys dancing, reading, crafts, being with her family and friends, cooking and sewing.


Angelina Huang Qualifies for US Figure Skating Championships!

Congratulations to Angelina Huang!

She competed at the 2015 USFS Midwestern Sectional Championships in Geneva, IL in November and is the 2015 Midwestern Sectional Juvenile Ladies Gold Medalist!

Angelina will now travel to Greensboro, North Carolina to compete at the US Figure Skating Championships on Saturday, January 17. She is coached by Kelsey Himmel.

Best wishes to Angelina and Coach Kelsey at Nationals! You both have worked so hard for this! We are so proud to have you as part of our SPFSA family!

Read more here: City of St. Peters - Rec-Plex Figure Skater Advances to Nationals

Coach Kelsey Himmel and Angelina Huang


Strong Showing for SPFSA Skaters at
2015 Upper Great Lakes Regionals

SPFSA would like to recognize Angelina Huang, Natalie Mispagel, Sarena Yueng, Natalie Bruno and Associate Member, Gabrielle Patschull on their amazing performances at the 2015 USFS Upper Great Lakes Regional Competition.

Angelina Huang, Sarena Yueng, Natalie Mispagel, Gabrielle Patschull and Natalie Bruno

Angelina Huang: 2014 Upper Great Lakes Juvenile Bronze Medalist; 1st Place - Qualifying Round
Sarena Yueng: 3rd Place - Pre-Juvenile Ladies Qualifying Round
Natalie Mispagel: 13th place - Pre-Juvenile Ladies Qualifying Round
Gabrielle Patschull: 11th Place - Intermediate Ladies Championship Round; 1st Place - Qualifying Round
Natalie Bruno: 6th Place - Preliminary Ladies Championship Round; 2nd Place - Qualifying Round