Nathaniel Jefferson of Vancouver comes in for a landing during the Mens U17 jump event at the Waterski BC provincials at McIvor Lake on Saturday. Photo by Alistair Taylor/Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River Eagles soar on home course in BC waterskiing provincials

Campbell River water skiers took on the province on their home course in the B.C. Waterski Provincial Championships last weekend.

McIvor Lake was the scene for more than 70 competitors arriving from across the provinceand the local skiers in the Campbell River Eagles Waterski Club showed well with top finishes in a number of categories.

Local skiers results:

Boys U10

Landon Rosse – Slalom, 1st.

Henry Laxdal – Slalom, 2nd.

Boys U12

Logan Wright – Slalom, 1st.

Grayson Wright – Slalaom, 2nd.

Finnley Cyr – Slalom, 4th; Tricks, 2nd; Jump, 3rd.


Tyler Jochimski – Slalom, 1st; Tricks, 3rd; Jump, 4th.

Women U17

Faith Barton – Slalom, 6th.


Cory Bate – Slalom 2nd.


Brant Laxdal – Slalom, 2nd.

Ken Watkin – Slalom, 3rd.

Jody Wright – Slalom, 4th.


Sarah Wright – Slalom, 1st; Tricks, 2nd; Jump, 1st.

Kim Brown – Slalom, 2nd; Tricks, 1st; Jump, 1st.


Cliff Cyr – Slalom, 2nd.

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