Turning in solid performances for the Comox Valley Skating Club are (left to right): Front row - Jane Schaffhauser

Comox Valley skaters post impressive results

Club invites everyone to their Winter Gala on Dec. 13 at Comox Valley Sports Centre

Comox Valley skaters wrapped up the first half of the competitive season with an impressive showing at the Vancouver Island Invitational Championships, held Nov. 21-23 in Port Alberni.

Jane Schaffhauser won the gold in the Junior Silver Women’s event while Emma Cullen, U14 Juvenile Women, Isabel Cortez STAR 2 and Aaliyah Melanson STAR 2 each picked up silver in their respective events.

Previously this season Meghan Taylor, Peyton Meiers, Jane Schaffhauser and Emma Cullen competed at the Autumn Leaves Competition in Kamloops, and then in early November Meghan, and Emma travelled with coach Dawn Ladret to Prince George to compete in the BC/Yukon Championships where Meghan placed eighth in the Junior Women’s event, making it her first time placing in the top 10 in the province.

These skaters and many others will be performing in the Comox Valley Skating Club’s Winter Gala at 2 p.m. on Dec. 13 at Sports Centre #1.

For information on how you or your child can register for our skating programs, check out comoxvalleyskatingclub.ca, phone 250-339-9872 or email comoxvalleyskatingclub@gmail.com.

 

– Comox Valley Skating Club

 

 

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