Club results from Vancouver Island Regionals in Port Alberni

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Club results from Vancouver Island Regionals in, Port Alberni, Oct. 28 to 30

Club results from Vancouver Island Regionals in Port Alberni, Oct. 28 to 30

Racquet Club Skating Club

Performance:Rae Weber (Silver Ribbon), Annalise Branter (Bronze Ribbon), Audrey Darrah (Bronze Ribbon), Maya Kanstrup (Silver Ribbon), Xinyi Wang (Bronze Ribbon),Adrienne Erfle (Gold Ribbon), Jordan Zehr (Silver Ribbon), Kelsey Huitika (Gold Ribbon)

Pre-Preliminary women:Andi Zehr (Bronze Medal)

Preliminary Women:Danae Snell (Bronze Medal), Olivia Erfle (8th place), Karmen Tse (Silver Medal), Daniela Marquez (9th place)

Pre-juvenile Women:Tessa Jones (5th place)

Juvenile Women:Nicole Yung (Bronze Medal), Kirsten Reder (5th place)

Novice Women:Jill Noel (5th place)

Pre-novice Men:Matthew den-Boer (Gold Medal)

Senior Bronze Women: Mica Hagen-Grant (13th place)

Silver Interpretive:Laura Sawchuk (Bronze Medal)

Gold Interpretive:Ashley Sawchuk (Gold Medal)

Novice Dance:Elise von-Holwede & Eric Streichsbier (Gold Medal)

Juvenile Pair:Tessa Jones & Matthew den Boer (Gold Medal)

Saanich Figure Skating Club results

Performance Group 1Olivia Williams – goldCypress LeBlanc – silverRyan Comisky – gold

Performance Group 2Isabella Bertoia – silver

Performance Group 4Sophia Kiss – silver

Junior Bronze MenCedar Bridgewood – 2nd

Junior Bronze WomenMegan Maundrell – 1st

Introductory InterpretiveChristina Scheurle – 4th

Pre Novice WomenZoe Delano – 1stDenika McDonald – 6thRavie Ponn – 8th

Juvenile DanceRavie Ponn and Cedar Bridgewood – 1st

Pre Juvenile WomenMyrika McDonald – 2nd

Pre Preliminary Women Group 1Olivia McKillop – 5th

Pre Preliminary Women Group 2Megan Gialloreto – 4th

Pre Preliminary Group 3Caribe Newman  – 10thJenny Kwan – 1st

Preliminary Women Group 1Johanna Berginc – 4th

Preliminary Women Group 2Geralyn Nonesa – 8th

Qualifying for B.C. Section Championships, Nov. 10 to 14: Zoe Delano, Ravie Ponn and Cedar Bridgewood, Myrika McDonald, Denika McDonald.

 

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