PARK DISTRICT OF HIGHLAND PARK: Centennial Skater Heads to National Championships
Park District of Highland Park issued the following announcement on Nov. 26.
Ilya Mondrowski, a Centennial Ice Arena ice skater, has qualified to compete in the United States Figure Skating (USFS) National Championships that will take place in Detroit, Michigan in January 2019. Mondrowski, 14, of Highland Park and his ice dance partner Kiana Pan, 12, of Bolingbrook secured their place at the USFS National Championships after placing third in the Juvenile Ice Dance Division at the Midwestern Sectional Figure Skating Championships that were held in Fort Wayne, Indiana on November 13-17. The team competed against eight other ice dance teams from Texas, Minnesota, Michigan, Tennessee, Iowa and Illinois in the Midwestern Sectionals.
“We are incredibly proud of Ilya for his win and excited to see him compete in the nationals” said Carol Sassorossi, Recreation Supervisor at Centennial Ice Arena. “Special thanks go out to their 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 US Figure Skating and Learn to Skate USA.
For more information about Centennial Ice Arena recreational and competitive skating programs, please contact Inga Fedorova Ifedorova@pdhp.org, Sheila Lonergan email@example.com, or Carol Sassorossi, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Source: Park District of Highland Park