Americans Vincent Zhou and Bradie Tennell lead at Four Continents

Kaori Sakamoto, the Japanese champion and defending Four Continents champion, is second with 73.36 points entering Friday’s finale. American Mariah Bell, who trains in Lakewood with coach Rafael Arutunian, was third with 70.02 and Eunsoo Lim of South Korea — who also trains in Lakewood — is fourth at 69.14. A third American, 16-year-old Ting Cui of Baltimore, is a solid seventh with 66.73 points. “It’s great to have two American ladies in the top positions, on home ice,” said Tennell, who lost her U.S. title two weeks ago to 13-year-old Alysa Liu. Because Liu is too young to compete here, Cui was sent instead. Tennell and Bell will compete at the world championships in Saitama, Japan, in March.


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