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Emma Dickau places 11th in Juvenile girls free skate at U.S. Figure Skating Championships

UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 18, 2019

Emma Dickau, daughter of former Gonzaga basketball guard Dan Dickau, is the youngest local ice skater to make it to nationals in Detroit. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
Emma Dickau, daughter of former Gonzaga basketball guard Dan Dickau, is the youngest local ice skater to make it to nationals in Detroit. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
From staff reports

DETROIT – Spokane 10-year-old Emma Dickau placed 11th out of 12 in the Juvenile girls free skate, the opening event of the U.S. Figure Skating Championships on Friday morning.

Her overall score of 46.42 included a mark of 25.19 in program components, which was eighth-best in the competition.

Kanon Smith (68.02 overall) won the event and Tia Hilbelink (61.75) finished second.

Dickau, daughter of former Gonzaga basketball player Dan Dickau, skates with the Lilac City Figure Skating Club.

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