Skaters shine at V.I. regionals

Competitors from the Duncan Skating Club had some outstanding performances at the Vancouver Island Region Championships.

The Duncan Skating Club’s Island Regional Championships contingent.

Competitors from the Duncan Skating Club had some outstanding performances at the Vancouver Island Region Championships held at the Q Centre on Feb. 5-7.

In Star 1 Girls Group 4,  Kaydence Winter took bronze, and in Group 7, Amy Walsh took silver.

In Star 2 Girls Group 1, Chelsea Hickey received bronze.

In Star 3 Girls Group 1, Chloe Blace claimed silver; Presley Murphy took silver in Group 3, and Hailey Cerrer took silver in Group 4. In Group 6, Leva Schneider received bronze.

In Star 4 Girls Under 13, Keilen Russell was fourth and Rylee Smith was fifth. Sonja McCormack placed sixth in Star Girls 13 & Over.

Peyton Kong finished 10th in Star 5 Girls Under 13. In Star Girls 13 & Over, Ryley MacDonald was ninth, DelRae Olson was 10th, Caitlyn Luckhust placed 11th, and Sophia Hodgins was 12th.

Hailey Dragicevich placed fifth in Senior Bronze Women, and Anna Brancato was sixth in Junior Silver Women.

Dragicevich also took gold in Introductory Interpretive, Luckhurst was fourth in Silver Interpretive, and Brancato was third in Gold Interpretive.

One skater from the Cowichan Lake Skating Club also competed in Victoria: Morgan Shyshuka received silver in Star Girls Group 6.


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