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Eberl and Derenisky win silver at Canada Winter Games

Novice pairs figure skating duo use stellar long program to finish second in Red Deer

Moose Jaw's Raine Eberl and partner Caidence Derenisky of Regina have won silver at the Canada Winter Games.

The Team Saskatchewan duo went into Thursday's freeskate program in third place, just over a point behind the Ontario duo of Owen Brawly and Mackenzie Ripley after the short program Tuesday.

Eberl and Derenisky would respond and then some, though, skating a 66.87 to not only surpass Brawley and Ripley but nearly take first place in the program -- the gold medal winning team of Quebec's Gabriel Farand and Jamie Fournier were less than a point ahead at 67.37.

Quebec finished with a combined total of 110.25, Eberl and Derenisky second at 103.58 and Brawley and Ripley at 100.56

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