9 From Pasadena Speed Club Win Skating Awards

June 07, 1991

Nine members of the Pasadena Speed Club took home awards at the league banquet last Sunday in Allentown, Pa.

Among the winners were Keystone Speed League champions Leslie Broadway, 7, and Tracey Gott, 13-- both of Pasadena.

Broadway, the primary boys league champion, took two timing awards -- for skating the fastest times in the 300 and 400 meters. Gott, the freshman girls league champion, took the maximum three timing awards in the 300, 500 and 1,000.

Also winning awards were: William Broadway, 6, of Pasadena, who was second in the primary boys and took atiming award in the 200; Chris Kohlhepp, 12, of Pasadena, second in freshman girls; Jenny Erbe, 9, of Pasadena, third in juvenile girls; Bobbie Holman, 33, of Pasadena, third in classic ladies; Tim Spalt, 16, of Linthicum, second in junior men and a timing award in the 500; Brooks Holman, 7, of Pasadena, fifth in primary boys; and Kim Kohlhepp, 15, of Pasadena, fifth in sophomore ladies.

Five other Pasadenaskaters placed in the top nine in theirleague: Justin Scalio, 7, of Pasadena, primary boys; John Riggleman, 13, Elkridge, freshman boys; Aimee Bradford, 15, of Pasadena, sophomore girls; Randy Sokolis, 14, of Pasadena, sophomore men; and James Artley, 16, of Pasadena, juniormen.

The Pasadena Speed Club, which finished fourth in the 13-team league, now readies for the June 27 regionals in Fayetteville, N.C.Seventeen Pasadena skaters will compete in the standard regionals, and 13 will compete in the junior Olympic regionals.

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