Duncan skaters collect haul from Island Interclub Competition

Duncan Skating Club athletes came home with a trove of medals and ribbons after the Vancouver Island Interclub Competition.

Duncan Skating Club athletes came home with a trove of medals and ribbons after the Vancouver Island Interclub Competition in Parksville on Nov. 13-15.

Baylee Hopwo and Stephanie Hleck both earned medals in the interpretive divisions, Hopwo placing second in Silver Interpretive and Hleck third in Introductory Interpretive. Those weren’t their only accomplishments, as Hopwo also placed fourth in Star 5 13 and over, and Hleck was 10th. Haley Dragicevich placed fifth in that class and Sophia Hodgins finished 13th.

In the Star 5 under 13 division, Peyton Kong placed 10th.

DelRae Olson placed third in Star 4 13 and over, while Ryley MacDonald was eighth. Keilen Russell finished 11th in Star 4 under 13.

Hailey Cerrer took silver in Star 3 Group 3, and Leva Schneider earned bronze in Star 3 Group 4. In Star 2 Group 2, Jessica Mosewich received bronze.

Chelsea Hickey got silver in Star 1 Group 2, while Kaydence Winter took bronze in Star 1 Group 1.

In Junior Silver Ladies, Anna Brancato was third and Cecilia Faustino was fourth.


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