For skaters like Sarah Podvin, the rink has become her home away from home.
"This is my 11th year on the team," says Podvin, "and I stay on the team for the girls and the experiences that you get. They're unforgettable."
And these on-ice sisters just won their biggest competition yet. They they placed first at the Eastern Sectionals in Lake Placid, beating every other team in their level up and down the East Coast.
"Sarah was actually the one that found out and yelled it to everyone," explains teammate Jessica Witlin. "So being together for that moment, it was crazy."
The older team is an inspiration to the younger synchronized skating team.
"They heard the open juvenile team took first," says coach Jessica Stratton, "and they said, 'we can make it to final rounds,' and they skated really well, and they made it to final rounds."
Some of the seniors plan to keep skating through college.
"I just can't picture myself stopping," says Podvin. "It's been a part of my life for so long. I love it too much to just quit."
And with five seniors leaving this year, the team is always looking for new memebers to keep the Mirror Images alive.