Skater & Players of the Month

Skater of the Month

An active member of the Glacier Falls and Orange County Figure Skating Clubs, Elizabeth placed first out of 46 skaters at the 2017 USFS National Showcase in the Teen Dramatic event at the famous Snoopy’ s Ice rink in Santa Rosa, California. She skated as the character Esmerelda to the song “God Help the Outcasts” from The Hunchback of Notre Dame. She also placed second in the Teen Interpretive event and volunteered with the Santa Rosa FSC throughout the competition. Earlier in the summer, her Light Entertainment program was selected for the Benefit Show at the 2017 ISI World Recreational Team Championships hosted by The Rinks. She also medaled at the 2015 and 2016 National Showcase competitions. Elizabeth skates for the Matrix Intermediate Synchronized Skating Team and is proud to be a member of the program's inaugural 2017-18 season. One of Elizabeth’s goals is to skate in all 50 states: she has skated in 13 of 50 states so far. She especially appreciates the contributions and encouragement of Westminster Ice coaches Teri Ballard, Sarah Sherman, Eve Traylor, and Alexis Kinney, Chris Phillips with Complete Performance, and Bruce Surdin at USA Skates.

Youth Player of the Month

Grey started playing hockey in 2016. His first time on ice was at The Rinks Westminster ICE. When Grey is not playing hockey, he enjoys attending Ducks games. Grey’s favorite Ducks are Corey Perry and Patrick Eaves. He is a happy, energetic kid who enjoys making those around him smile and laugh, and genuinely cares about other people. He has an unmatched energy and love for life that is contagious. 

Adult Player of the Month

Bill is currently playing in his second season of Rookie league at Westminster ICE. He quickly joined the league after participating in his first session of Adult Learn To Play. His hard work and dedication has allowed his skills to grow tremendously in such a short amount of time. Bill's contagious energy and competitiveness always provides a positive environment on game day. Great work Bill!