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hplandmark.com sports the highland park landmark | April 12, 2018 | 41 Centennial skaters earn top honors at 2018 championship Submitted by the Park District of Highland Park Eleven solo figure skaters, and the Gems Showcase Team, from the Park District of Highland Park’s Centennial Ice Arena took top spots in their respective groups at the 2018 Chicagoland Skate USA Championship. The event, which took place on March 18 at the All Seasons Ice Arena in Naperville, represented 24 rinks and 10 skating clubs throughout the greater Chicagoland area competed all weekend. Centennials skaters all placed Top 3 in their groups including the Gems Showcase Team who finished in 2nd place. Centennial individual winners include: Addison Shapiro, Blake Merel, Caitlyn Carnow, Emily Teifeld, Elizabeth Hansen, Isabel Young, Keya Fowler, Laine Farber, Liv Klein, Sammy Cahan, and The Gems Showcase Team skaters practice their routine at Centennial Ice Arena in Highland Park. Photo Submitted Sloane Farber. Members of the Gems Show Case Team include: Abigail Naughton, Addison Shapiro, Blake Merel, Caitlin Carnow, Cate Meyer, Isabel Young, Lily Alexander, Liv Klein, Madeline Stevens, Paige Wellen, Riley Bates, Samantha Cahan, Sami Silver and Sophia Jacob. “It takes a strong team of people, coaches, skaters and parents, to make that competition such an unbelievable success” said Carol Sassorossi, recreation supervisor at Centennial Ice Arena. “Special thanks go out to our skater’s coaches and supportive families.” Centennial Ice Arena is a premier regional center for ice skating with a highly qualified staff and progressive programming. The arena is a proud member of U.S. Figure Skating and Learn to Skate USA. For more information about Centennial Ice Arena, recreational and competitive skating programs, please contact Inga Fedorova via email at Ifedorova@pdhp. org, Sheila Lonergan at slonergan@pdhp.org, or Carol Sassorossi at csas sorossi@pdhp.org. Alumni Spotlight Kriss settles in at Boston U., posts new PR at relay Brittany Kapa, Sports Editor Veronica Kriss’ venture into the world of collegiate competition has not gone as expected. The Boston University freshman, a 2017 graduate of Highland Park High School, suffered a groin tear in the fall hindering her from running cross country. “I knew I wasn’t going to have much of a crosscountry season,” she said. “I was able to train a little bit before indoors. I had another setback during indoors which was a quad strain. Now, with rehab, I’m feeling a lot better.” Thus far Kriss, for track and field this spring, has competed in one indoor event and an outdoor relay. A distance runner for the Terriers, Kriss surpassed her goal at the Florida Relays that were held March 29-31 in Gainesville, Fla. “I only had a couple of workouts coming back from that second injury,” Kriss said. “I wasn’t really sure about how it would go. My goal was to break 18 [minutes] and I was well under that.” Kriss came in well under her goal and finished the 5,000-meter run in 17 minutes, 39.51 seconds. BU coach Paul Spangler predicted Kriss would break the 18-minute mark and was confident she would go 17:40 in the race. “It’s really funny, I doubt myself sometimes, but coach always knows,” Kriss laughed. Kriss said the experience was a new one for her. The Florida Relays marked her first collegiate outdoor meet of her career. “It was crazy being a freshman and being able to travel with the team,” she said. “It was definitely really nervous with it being a travel meet and one of my first races but it was really good competition.” Kriss’ nerves were eased when she recognized a familiar face at the relays, Ania Grzeszczak, a sophomore at Mercer College. She added that it make the experience that much better. However, being at the Florida Relays as a freshman was a unique experience all around. “It was really crazy,” she said. “We only had a handful of people chosen to go.” Overall, Kriss said she felt like she is performing better as a runner despite the injuries and the limited practice time. She credited her success with BU’s track and field program and her teammates. “In high school I didn’t always have people to push me,” she said. “I’m on a team full of really fast girls and having those people push me has made a huge difference in my training.” Moving forward, Kriss’ goal is to keep building on the positive progress she has made. “I want to make sure I stay healthy by doing my rehab and staying strong,” she said. “I reached a big goal of mine, which was just to break 18. “My next goal is I would like to score at my Patriot Leagues conference meet.”