Skaters shine at STARskate

Campbell River Skating Club skater were in Cranbrook March 3-6 for the Pacific STARskate Championships

Campbell River Skating Club skater were in Cranbrook March 3-6 for the Pacific STARskate Championships.

Blake Strachan: 1st – Junior Bronze Men.

Carly Nightingale: Silver Triathlon – 1st creative skills, 1st Interpretive, 2nd – Freeskate, 2nd Overall.

Hailey Dickson-Greaves: 3rd – Pre Juvenile Women.

Jenni Peniuk: 4th – Preliminary Women 10 & under.

Trina Chalmers: Silver Triathlon – 3rd creative skills, 3rd Interpretive, 5th Freeskate, 4th Overall.

Savannah Wasden: 9th – Junior Bronze Women 12 & Under.

Vanessa Mae Harrison: 10th – Senior Bronze Women.

Celeste Lessard-Kragen: Silver Interpretive –  11th.

Tori-Lynn Temple: Senior Bronze – 14th and Introductory Interpretive – 14th




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