Skaters shine at Sectional competition

Comox Valley Skating Club members ecently qualified for and competed in their first BC/YT Sectional Championship, held in Kelowna.

COMOX VALLEY SKATERS (from left to right): Back row coach Dawn Ladret

Comox Valley Skating Club members Meghan Taylor, Lauren Wigard, Jade Paganelli, Shayna Usipuik and Kaylee Lasota recently qualified for and competed in their first BC/YT Sectional (Provincial) Championship, held in Kelowna.

“Meghan is competing at the Pre-Novice level, while Lauren, Kaylee, Shayna and Jade compete in pre-Juvenile,” a club spokesperson said. “These five girls, along with many other Comox Valley Skating Club members, skated a performance on the outdoor rink at Butchart Gardens on Dec. 4.

“For a chance to see all our skaters in performance, come check out our Winter Gala, 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17 at Sport Centre #1.”


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