2018 US Nationals Junior Pairs Results

Place Start Name Short Program Free Skate Total Score
Place Score Place Score
1 11 Audrey Lu, Dallas FSC
Misha Mitrofanov, Dallas FSC
1 60.80 1 112.51 173.31
2 10 Sarah Feng, SC of San Francisco
TJ Nyman, Broadmoor SC
3 58.37 2 97.20 155.57
3 13 Laiken Lockley, DuPage FSC
Keenan Prochnow, DuPage FSC
2 58.67 3 94.37 153.04
4 7 Nadine Wang, SC of New York
Spencer Howe, Los Angeles FSC
5 46.58 4 89.38 135.96
5 12 Elli Kopmar, Southwest Florida FSC
Jonah Barrett, Southwest Florida FSC
4 52.18 5 80.72 132.90
6 8 Ainsley Peterson, All Year FSC
Griffin Schwab, SC of New York
6 45.86 6 78.35 124.21
7 5 Sarah Rose, Southwest Florida FSC
Ian Meyh, Southwest Florida FSC
9 39.48 7 76.06 115.54
8 9 Evelyn Grace Hanns, Broadmoor SC
Kristofer Ogren, Kansas City FSC
7 43.85 9 70.77 114.62
9 4 Meiryla Findley, Broadmoor SC
Matthew Rounis, Los Angeles FSC
8 40.74 8 73.08 113.82
10 6 Eliana Secunda, Rocky Mountain FSC
Blake Eisenach, Rocky Mountain FSC
10 37.14 10 63.60 100.74
11 2 Sapphire Jaeckel, Los Angeles FSC
Matthew Scoralle, Los Angeles FSC
11 35.35 12 53.57 88.92
12 3 Cora DeWyre, Ice House Skating Academy
Jacob Nussle, Ice House Skating Academy
12 27.56 11 57.88 85.44
13 1 Juliette Erickson, SC of Boston
Nathan Grundhofer, St. Moritz ISC
13 24.67 13 40.19 64.86

2018 US Nationals Junior Pairs Preview

As a group, they’ve won 9 national medals but no Junior Grand Prix medals this season.  The 2nd and 5th place junior finishers from last year are returning, and the novice 4th and 8th place finishers are moving up to compete here.  Seven of the teams are competing at nationals for the first time as a team.  The short program will be held on Sunday, December 31st with the free skate on Tuesday, January 2nd.

For the short program, there are two ways for these teams to set themselves apart.  The first is that the required solo jump is either a double loop or a double axel.  The double flip is worth 1.80 points while the double axel is worth 3.30 points.  The required throw jump is a toe, flip or lutz.  A throw double lutz is worth 3.00 points while the throw triple flip is 5.50 points.  For the free skate, landing two throw triple jumps will give teams an edge as will a triple twist.

To compete internationally, the teams will need to score above 52 points in the short program, 98 points in the free skate and 150 points overall.

Lockley and Prochnow placed 5th at both of their JGP events and scored top ten scores internationally in the short program, free skate, and overall.  Their short program includes a throw triple loop and side by side double lutzes (although they received edge calls at all of their events).  They earned Level 4 on everything and had positive GOEs on everything except for the lutzes.  Their program components were in the high 5s to low 6s, both nationally and internationally.  In their free skate, they had double axel + double toe and triple salchows (under-rotated at all of their events) as their solo jumps.  Their throw jumps are triple loop and triple salchow.  They have a triple twist which earned a Level 4.  They also earned Level 4 on their lifts and pairs spin.  They had three total falls in the program, costing them three points.  This did effect their program components, as they were in the mid 5s.

Lu and Mitrofanov finished both of their JGP events in 5th place but have top ten scores in all aspects of competition.  However, they weren’t able to skate their personal bests in the same event.  Their short program includes a throw triple loop and side by side double lutzes.  They earned Level 4 on everything but their death spiral, but they only have a double twist (although they did a triple twist at JGP Poland).  They earned all positive GOEs, netting five points overall and had program components in the low 6s.  Both of these were an improvement over JGP Belarus where their levels were lower and their program components were all in the 5s.  Their free skate has a throw triple loop and throw triple salchow.  They also have side by side triple salchow + single toe + single toe and triple toes (combo missed at JGP Belarus).  They hit the combo correctly at JGP Poland which is intended to be a triple salchow + double toe + double toe.  They again only had a double twist, but earned Level 4.  In fact, they earned Level 4 on everything but the death spiral.  At JGP Belarus and JGP Poland they did complete a triple twist in their free skate, earning Level 2 but also had negative GOEs.  Their program components ranged from the mid to high 5s.

Feng and Nyman set the highest scores in qualifying, far outpacing their 8th place finish at JGP Croatia.  Their short program includes side by side double lutzes and a throw triple loop.  They have a triple twist and earned Level 4 on their lift and pairs spin.  They received all positive GOEs with program components in the low to mid 6s.  Their free skate has side by side triple salchows and triple toe + double toe + double with a throw double loop and throw triple salchow.  They received Level 4 for their side by side spin and group 3 lift with program components in the low to mid 6s.

Peterson and Schwab set the 4th highest scores in qualifying despite not having competed internationally yet.  Their short program includes side by side double lutzes and a throw double loop.  They earned Level 4 on their spin and lift with program components in the mid to high 5s.  Their free skate has a side by side double loop and double flip but they missed their sequence.  They landed a throw double salchow and throw double loop.  They received Level 4 for their lifts and side by side spin with program component in the mid to high 5s.

Kopmar and Barrett have not competed nationally yet this season, but they did finish 7th at JGP Belarus.  Their short program there included a throw triple loop and side by side double lutzes (with a fall).  They have a triple twist, but it only received a basic level.  They earned Level 4 on their lift.  They earned mostly negative GOEs and actually lost two points.  Their program components were in the high 4s to low 5s.  Their free skate included a side by side triple salchow which was downgraded, had a fall, and missed the combo.  They actually lost points on the element after the deduction for the fall was taken into account.  Their other side by side jump was a double axel.  Their throw jumps include a triple salchow and triple loop.  They again did a triple twist but only earned a basic level and they earned Level 4 on their group 3 lift and their pairs spin.  Their program components were in the high 4s.

Secunda and Eisenach are the reigning Novice Pewter Medalists.  They had a major issue in their short program at sectionals when they missed their side by side lutzes.  They also only have a throw double loop and a double twist.  They earned Level 4 on their twist, lift, spin, and step sequence.  They earned positive GOEs on everything but the step sequence and had program components in the high 4s to mid 5s.  Their free skate includes a double flip + double axel sequence and side by side double flips.  They have a throw double salchow and throw double loop.  They earned a Level 4 on both of their saints and had program components in the mid to high 4s.

Hanns and Ogren had top five scores from qualifying but have not competed internationally yet as a team.  Their short program includes a throw triple loop and side by side double lutzes.  They earned Level 4 on their step sequence and spin and they only have a double twist.  Their program components ranged from the low to mid 5s.  Their free skate has a throw triple loop and throw double flip.  Their solo jumps are double lutz and double flip + double toe.  They earned Level 4 on their side by side spin.  Their program components ranged from the high 4s to low 5s.

Internationally Lockley/Prochnow and Lu/Mitrofonav are very close to each other with personal best short program scores about .3 points apart, free skate scores .5 points apart, and total scores also within a half a point.  In head to head competition at sectionals, however, Lu and Mitrofonav came out ahead by 9 points. More importantly, these teams both have a shot at making the top 8 at Junior Worlds, as five of the top ten teams are from Russia and only three can compete there.

Lockley and Prochnow scored 98.63 points in their free skate at JGP Latvia, but earned only 87.80 points at Sectionals.  They had three falls at Sectionals, costing them three points.  They had a fall on their throw triple loop at sectionals costing them 2.10 points in GOE and while they earned a negative GOE at JGP Latvia, it only cost them .40 points.  They also suffered a -1.38 GOE on their choreographic sequence, while the same element earned them .70 points in Latvia.  When you take into account those specific mistakes, their scores nationally would only be four points lower than in Latvia.  However, they also scored 5 points lower in program components, which makes up the rest of the deficit.

In contrast, Lu and Mitrofanov started off their season with a rough free skate, earning only 79.19 points with four falls and lost 6 points from GOE.  At Midwestern Sectionals, they earned 96.72 points for the same program, completing their combination, earning three points from GOEs and had no falls.  Their program components were also slightly higher, earning then an additional point and a half, which seems a bit low considering how much better the program was skated.

Feng and Nyman have made huge strides this season.  In their short program they scored 42.42 points at JGP Croatia but 57.14 points at Pacific Coast Sectionals.  They improved from a double twist to a triple twist, earning an extra 1.40 points.  They also went from a throw double loop to a throw triple loop, earning an additional 2.20 points.  They improved their levels on everything but their step sequence and their program components went up five points.  Their free skate also showed improvements, going from a double twist to a triple twist earning 1.80 points.  Their biggest improvement came in the program components, improving by nearly 11 points.

Lu and Mitrofanov had a successful outing at Sectionals without the triple twist, scoring better than they had internationally with it.  However, they are capable of doing it which would improve their scores even more.  A basic level triple twist is worth 5.0 points, while a Level 4 double twist is worth 4.0 points, giving teams who do the triple twist at least a one point advantage.  Lockley and Prochnow, Feng and Nyman, and Kopmar and Barrett all completed the triple twist at sectionals or their international events.  Lockley and Prochnow have consistently earned Level 4 on their twist, giving them a base value of 6.60 points.

In the short program, all teams are doing side by side double lutzes, which is the required solo jump, and none of them are completing triples.  Lockley and Prochnow received an edge call on this jump at all of their events, lowering their base value by .60 points and giving them an automatic negative GOE.

The other big differentiator in the short program is the throw jump.  It is a required throw loop and most teams are doing a double with a base value of 2.8 points.  However, the teams that are doing a triple have a base value of 5.0 points.  Most of the top teams are going for the triple.

In the free skate, Feng and Nyman and Lu and Mitrofanov have the advantage as they are both attempting difficult three jump combinations with triples and a second solo triple jump, while other teams have two jump combos and doubles.  Lu and Mitrofanov and Lockley and Prochnow both have two throw jumps while other teams only have one or less.

 

My podium predictions:

Gold: Lu/Mitrofanov

Silver: Lockley/Prochnow

Bronze: Feng/Nyman

Pewter: Kopmar/Barrett

 

Bios of the competitors:

DeWyre/Nussle: They represent the Ice House Skating Academy.  They finished 8th as novices last season.  They finished 5th at Midwestern Sectionals to qualify for nationals.  They have the best free skate and best total scores.  They have the 10th best short program, 10th best free skate, and 10th best total scores from qualifying.

Erickson/Grundhofer: She represents the Skating Club of Boston and he represents the St. Moritz Ice Skating Club.  They finished 12th as novices in 2015.  They placed 5th at Pacific Coast Sectionals to qualify for nationals.

Feng/Nyman:  She is 18 and represents the Skating Club of San Francisco and he is 17 and represents the Broadmoor Skating Club.  They placed 8th at JGP Croatia.  They won gold at Pacific Coast Sectionals to qualify for nationals.  They have the 3rd best short program, best free skate, and best total scores from qualifying.

Findley/Rounis: She represents the Broadmoor Skating Club and he represents the Los Angeles Figure Skating Club.  They won bronze at Pacific Coast Sectionals to qualify for nationals.  They have the 7th best short program, 5th best free skate, and 6th best total scores from qualifying.

Hanns/Ogren: She represents the Broadmoor Skating Club and he represents the Kansas City Figure Skating Club.  They won bronze at Midwestern Sectionals to qualify for nationals.  They have the 5th best short program, 6th best free skate, and 5th best total scores from qualifying.

Jaeckel/Scoralle: They represent the Los Angeles Figure Skating Club.  They are the 2016 Novice Bronze Medalists and finished 9th in novice in 2015.  They won pewter at Pacific Coast Sectionals to qualify for nationals.

Kopmar/Barrett: She is 14 and he is 20 and they represent the Southwest Florida Figure Skating Club.  They finished 7th at JGP Belarus.  They are the reigning Junior Silver Medalists, 2016 Novice Champions, and 2015 Intermediate Champions.

Lockley/Prochnow: She is 15 and he is 20 and they represent the DuPage Figure Skating Club.  They placed 5th at JGP Latvia and 5th at JGP Croatia.  They placed 5th as juniors last season and 5th in novice in 2016.  They won silver at Midwestern Sectionals to qualify for nationals.  They have the 9th best short program,  10th best free skate and 9th best total scores internationally.  They have the best short program, 3rd best free skate and 3rd best total scores from qualifying.

Lu/Mitrofonav: They represent the Dallas Figure Skating Club.  They placed 5th at JGP Belarus and 5th at JGP Poland.  They won gold at Midwestern Sectionals to qualify for nationals.  They have the 8th best short program, 9th best free skate, and 10th best total scores internationally.  They have the 2nd best short program, 2nd best free skate, and 2nd best total scores from qualifying.

Peterson/Schwab: She represents the All Year Figure Skating Club and he represents the Skating Club of New York.  They won silver at Pacific Coast Sectionals to qualify for nationals.  They have the 4th best short program, 4th best free skate, and 4th best total scores from qualifying.

Rose/Meyh: They represent the Southwest Florida Figure Skating Club.  They won silver at Eastern Sectionals to qualify for nationals.  They have the 8th best short program, 9th best free skate, and 9th best total scores from qualifying.

Secunda/Eisenach: They represent the Rocky Mountain Figure Skating Club.  They are the reigning Novice Pewter Medalists, 2016 Intermediate Silver Medalists, and finished 9th in juvenile in 2015.  They won pewter at Midwestern Sectionals to qualify for nationals.  They have the 6th best short program, 8th best free skate, and 7th best total scores from qualifying.

Wang/Howe: She represents the Skating Club of New York and he represents the Los Angeles Figure Skating Club.  They won gold at Eastern Sectionals to qualify for nationals.  They have the 9th best short program, 7th best free skate, and 8th best total scores from qualifying.

2017 Junior Grand Prix Final Pairs Results

Short Program

PL. Name Nation TSS TES PCS SS TR PE CO IN Deduction StN.
1 Apollinariia PANFILOVA
Dmitry RYLOV
 RUS 60.81 34.41 26.40 6.68 6.46 6.71 6.61 6.54 0.00 #5
2 Ekaterina ALEXANDROVSKAYA
Harley WINDSOR
 AUS 60.26 33.13 27.13 6.96 6.68 6.89 6.75 6.64 0.00 #4
3 Daria PAVLIUCHENKO
Denis KHODYKIN
 RUS 59.51 33.26 27.25 6.89 6.79 6.68 6.93 6.79 1.00 #6
4 Yumeng GAO
Zhong XIE
 CHN 59.47 33.27 26.20 6.50 6.29 6.64 6.75 6.57 0.00 #1
5 Anastasia POLUIANOVA
Dmitry SOPOT
 RUS 57.28 32.39 24.89 6.43 6.07 6.25 6.29 6.07 0.00 #3
6 Aleksandra BOIKOVA
Dmitrii KOZLOVSKII
 RUS 55.92 30.46 26.46 6.79 6.61 6.54 6.64 6.50 1.00 #2

Free Skate

PL. Name Nation TSS TES PCS SS TR PE CO IN Deduction StN.
1 Ekaterina ALEXANDROVSKAYA
Harley WINDSOR
 AUS 113.59 58.98 55.61 7.11 6.75 7.11 6.96 6.82 1.00 #5
2 Daria PAVLIUCHENKO
Denis KHODYKIN
 RUS 113.43 59.59 53.84 6.86 6.57 6.79 6.75 6.68 0.00 #4
3 Apollinariia PANFILOVA
Dmitry RYLOV
 RUS 112.20 56.69 55.51 7.00 6.86 7.04 6.93 6.86 0.00 #6
4 Yumeng GAO
Zhong XIE
 CHN 105.56 52.90 52.66 6.71 6.36 6.61 6.61 6.61 0.00 #3
5 Aleksandra BOIKOVA
Dmitrii KOZLOVSKII
 RUS 104.88 55.65 50.23 6.46 6.18 6.32 6.36 6.07 1.00 #1
6 Anastasia POLUIANOVA
Dmitry SOPOT
 RUS 103.19 53.87 49.32 6.36 6.00 6.25 6.25 5.96 0.00 #2

Total

PL Name Nation SP FS Points
1. Ekaterina ALEXANDROVSKAYA
Harley WINDSOR
 AUS 2 1 173.85
2. Apollinariia PANFILOVA
Dmitry RYLOV
 RUS 1 3 173.01
3. Daria PAVLIUCHENKO
Denis KHODYKIN
 RUS 3 2 172.94
4. Yumeng GAO
Zhong XIE
 CHN 4 4 165.03
5. Aleksandra BOIKOVA
Dmitrii KOZLOVSKII
 RUS 6 5 160.80
6. Anastasia POLUIANOVA
Dmitry SOPOT
 RUS 5 6 160.47

2017 Golden Spin Junior Pairs Results

Short Program

Pl. Name Nation TSS
=
TES
+
PCS
+
SS TR PE CO IN Deduction
StN.
1 Anastasia MISHINA / Aleksandr GALIAMOV RUS 59.06 33.06 26.00 6.58 6.25 6.75 6.42 6.50 0.00 #5
2 Elizaveta ZHUK / Egor BRITKOV RUS 51.52 29.10 22.42 5.67 5.42 5.50 5.75 5.67 0.00 #3
3 Elena PAVLOVA / Daniil PARKMAN RUS 48.50 26.30 22.20 5.33 5.33 5.67 5.67 5.75 0.00 #4
4 Edita HORNAKOVA / Radek JAKUBKA CZE 40.63 23.23 17.40 4.50 4.17 4.33 4.42 4.33 0.00 #1

Free Skate

Pl. Name Nation TSS
=
TES
+
PCS
+
SS TR PE CO IN Deduction
StN.
1 Anastasia MISHINA / Aleksandr GALIAMOV RUS 104.23 52.50 51.73 6.67 6.33 6.58 6.42 6.33 0.00 #3
2 Edita HORNAKOVA / Radek JAKUBKA CZE 74.20 40.40 34.80 4.58 4.17 4.33 4.50 4.17 1.00 #1
3 Elizaveta ZHUK / Egor BRITKOV RUS 73.44 36.24 39.20 5.33 4.83 4.67 5.00 4.67 2.00 #4
4 Elena PAVLOVA / Daniil PARKMAN RUS 65.48 31.87 37.61 5.00 4.67 4.25 4.92 4.67 4.00 #2

Total

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Anastasia MISHINA / Aleksandr GALIAMOV RUS 163.29 1 1
2 Elizaveta ZHUK / Egor BRITKOV RUS 124.96 2 3
3 Edita HORNAKOVA / Radek JAKUBKA CZE 114.83 4 2
4 Elena PAVLOVA / Daniil PARKMAN RUS 113.98 3 4
WD Sara CARLI / Marco PAULETTI ITA

2017 Cup of Tyrol Junior Pairs Results

Short Program

Pl. Name Nation TSS
=
TES
+
PCS
+
SS TR PE CO IN Deduction
StN.
1 Talisa THOMALLA / Robert KUNKEL GER 48.91 29.73 19.18 4.83 4.50 4.83 5.00 4.83 0.00 #1
2 Edita HORNAKOVA / Radek JAKUBKA CZE 43.76 24.96 18.80 4.83 4.42 4.67 4.75 4.83 0.00 #3

Free Skate

Pl. Name Nation TSS
=
TES
+
PCS
+
SS TR PE CO IN Deduction
StN.
1 Talisa THOMALLA / Robert KUNKEL GER 88.14 47.00 42.14 5.25 5.08 5.17 5.42 5.42 1.00 #2
2 Edita HORNAKOVA / Radek JAKUBKA CZE 77.66 40.59 37.07 4.75 4.50 4.67 4.75 4.50 0.00 #1

Total

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Talisa THOMALLA / Robert KUNKEL GER 137.05 1 1
2 Edita HORNAKOVA / Radek JAKUBKA CZE 121.42 2 2
WD Sara CARLI / Marco PAULETTI ITA

2017 Tallinn Trophy Junior Pairs Results

Short Program

Pl. Name Nation TSS
=
TES
+
PCS
+
SS TR PE CO IN Deduction
StN.
1 Daria KVARTALOVA / Alexei SVIATCHENKO RUS 50.88 27.80 23.08 5.92 5.67 5.75 5.83 5.67 0.00 #2
2 Cleo HAMON / Denys STREKALIN FRA 47.59 25.67 21.92 5.58 5.25 5.58 5.42 5.58 0.00 #1

Free Skate

Pl. Name Nation TSS
=
TES
+
PCS
+
SS TR PE CO IN Deduction
StN.
1 Daria KVARTALOVA / Alexei SVIATCHENKO RUS 93.11 46.11 48.00 6.33 5.75 6.00 6.00 5.92 1.00 #2
2 Cleo HAMON / Denys STREKALIN FRA 89.64 44.44 45.20 5.67 5.50 5.58 5.83 5.67 0.00 #1

Total

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Daria KVARTALOVA / Alexei SVIATCHENKO RUS 143.99 1 1
2 Cleo HAMON / Denys STREKALIN FRA 137.23 2 2

2017 Leo Scheu Memorial Junior Pairs Results

Short Program

Pl. Name Nation TSS
=
TES
+
PCS
+
SS TR PE CO IN Deduction
StN.
1 Sara CARLI / Marco PAULETTI ITA 43.27 25.62 17.65 4.63 4.06 4.50 4.56 4.31 0.00 #1

Free Skate

Pl. Name Nation TSS
=
TES
+
PCS
+
SS TR PE CO IN Deduction
StN.
1 Sara CARLI / Marco PAULETTI ITA 70.17 36.67 34.50 4.44 4.19 4.44 4.31 4.19 1.00 #1

Total

FPl. Name Nation Points SP FS
1 Sara CARLI / Marco PAULETTI ITA 113.44 1 1

2017-2018 Top Junior Pairs US Qualifying Scores

Short Program

  1. Lu/Mitrofanov: 60.80 (US Nationals)
  2. Lockley/Prochnow: 58.67 (US Nationals)
  3. Feng/Nyman: 58.37 (US Nationals)
  4. Kopmar/Barrett: 52.18 (US Nationals)
  5. Peterson/Schwab: 49.26 (Pacific Coast Sectionals)
  6. Wang/Howe: 46.58 (US Nationals)
  7. Hanns/Ogren: 46.38 (Midwestern Sectionals)
  8. Secunda/Eisenach: 44.80 (Midwestern Sectionals)
  9. Findley/Rounis: 40.80 (Pacific Coast Sectionals)
  10. Rose/Meyh: 39.81 (Eastern Sectionals)

Free Skate

  1. Lu/Mitrofanov: 112.51 (US Nationals)
  2. Feng/Nyman: 100.78 (Pacific Coast Sectionals)
  3. Lockley/Prochnow: 94.37 (US Nationals)
  4. Wang/Howe: 89.38 (US Nationals)
  5. Peterson/Schwab: 85.16 (Pacific Coast Sectionals)
  6. Kopmar/Barrett: 80.72 (US Nationals)
  7. Findley/Rounis: 79.36 (Pacific Coast Sectionals)
  8. Hanns/Ogren: 78.76 (Midwestern Sectionals)
  9. Rose/Meyh: 76.06 (US Nationals)
  10. Secunda/Eisenach: 75.31 (Midwestern Sectionals)

Total (one score per team listed)

  1. Lu/Mitrofanov: 173.31 (US Nationals)
  2. Feng/Nyman: 157.92 (Pacific Coast Sectionals)
  3. Lockley/Prochnow: 153.04 (US Nationals)
  4. Wang/Howe: 135.96 (US Nationals)
  5. Peterson/Schwab: 134.42 (Pacific Coast Sectionals)
  6. Kopmar/Barrett: 132.90 (US Nationals)
  7. Hanns/Ogren: 125.14 (Midwestern Sectionals)
  8. Findley/Rounis: 120.16 (Pacific Coast Sectionals)
  9. Secunda/Eisenach: 120.11 (Midwestern Sectionals)
  10. Rose/Meyh: 115.54 (US Nationals)

Total (multiple scores per team listed)

  1. Lu/Mitrofanov: 173.31 (US Nationals)
  2. Feng/Nyman: 157.92 (Pacific Coast Sectionals)
  3. Feng/Nyman: 155.57 (US Nationals)
  4. Lu/Mitrofanov: 154.11 (Midwestern Sectionals)
  5. Lockley/Prochnow: 153.04 (US Nationals)
  6. Lockley/Prochnow: 145.63 (Midwestern Sectionals)
  7. Wang/Howe: 135.96 (US Nationals)
  8. Peterson/Schwab: 134.42 (Pacific Coast Sectionals)
  9. Kopmar/Barrett: 132.90 (US Nationals)
  10. Hanns/Ogren: 125.14 (Midwestern Sectionals)
  11. Peterson/Schwab: 124.21 (US Nationals)
  12. Findley/Rounis: 120.16 (Pacific Coast Sectionals)
  13. Secunda/Eisenach: 120.11 (Midwestern Sectionals)
  14. Wang/Howe: 115.60 (Eastern Sectionals)
  15. Rose/Meyh: 115.54 (US Nationals)
  16. Hanns/Ogren: 114.62 (US Nationals)
  17. Findley/Rounis: 113.82 (US Nationals)
  18. Secunda/Eisenach: 100.74 (US Nationals)
  19. Rose/Meyh: 110.71 (Eastern Sectionals)
  20. DeWyre/Nussle: 100.01 (Midwestern Sectionals)

2018 Pacific Coast Sectionals Junior Pairs Results

Place Start Name Short Program Free Skate Total Score
Place Score Place Score
1 4 Sarah Feng, SC of San Francisco
TJ Nyman, Broadmoor SC
1 57.14 1 100.78 157.92
2 5 Ainsley Peterson, All Year FSC
Griffin Schwab, SC of New York
2 49.26 2 85.16 134.42
3 3 Meiryla Findley, Broadmoor SC
Matthew Rounis, Los Angeles FSC
3 40.80 3 79.36 120.16
4 2 Sapphire Jaeckel, Los Angeles FSC
Matthew Scoralle, Los Angeles FSC
4 36.82 4 62.44 99.26
5 1 Juliette Erickson, SC of Boston
Nathan Grundhofer, St. Moritz ISC
5 30.02 5 53.84 83.86

2018 Eastern Sectionals Junior Pairs Results

Place Start Name Short Program Free Skate Total Score
Place Score Place Score
1 1 Nadine Wang, SC of New York
Spencer Howe, Los Angeles FSC
2 39.06 1 76.54 115.60
2 2 Sarah Rose, Southwest Florida FSC
Ian Meyh, Southwest Florida FSC
1 39.81 2 70.90 110.71