Comox Valley skaters earn medals at Vancouver Island Interclub Championships

Public invited to join the local club Dec. 8 for 'Movie Over ice'

Skating well at the Vancouver Island Interclub Championships were (left to right): Front row - Kaycee Collins

The small but mighty contingent of competitors from the Comox Valley Skating Club put in a medal worthy performance at the Vancouver Island Interclub Championships, held Nov. 18-20 at Fuller Lake Arena.

First-time competitors Sonya Ederle and Kaycee Collins, each skating in their age groups in the STAR 1 category, picked up a silver and bronze respectively.

Cleo Dawson won bronze in her age group of STAR 1, while Nicole Webster won silver in STAR 3.

Kiara Wells placed fouth in STAR 4. Emma Cullen, competing at the STAR 10 level, and Jane Schaffhauser, competing at the Gold level, each won silver.

On Dec. 8 the public is invited to watch, meet and skate with these talented skaters at our special event, skating party, and “Movie Over Ice” from 5-8 p.m. at Sports Centre Arena #1 where the club will be showing the movie Frozen on a big screen over the ice.

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