Interclub figure skating

The Sandy Shores Skating Club has been busy kicking off their winter and hosting the Vancouver Island Interclub Competition.

Kate Cameron of the Sandy Shores Skating Club tucks in tight during the Vancouver Island Interclub Competition at Oceanside Place.

The Sandy Shores Skating Club has been busy kicking off their winter and hosting the Vancouver Island Interclub Competition.

Running through three days, there were participants in Oceanside Place from all across Vancouver Island, from Port McNeill to Victoria.

As for the Sandy Shores Skating Club itself, they were well represented on the ice and showed well throughout the competition.

In the pre-juvenile (U13) women’s event, Alice Terada captured first place, Mia Rosa finished second and Tabitha Devaughn finished in fifth place.

Kate Cameron captured first place in the juvenile (U12) women’s event. In the Star 4 (U10) girl’s event, Youna Uehara placed third and Sydney Easthom finished in fourth place. Easthom would also go on to finish in second place in the elements one women’s event.

In elements two women’s event, Alice Terada once again finished in first place, with Tabitha Devaughn and Mia Rosa finishing behind her in second and third place respectively.

In the women’s open elements event, Olivia Bau finished in first place, Indianna Berg finished in second, Kate Cameron finished third and Sheye Speers finished in fifth place.

Kurt Beaton won the silver in the Star 1 boys event. Madison Dabbs won silver in the Star 2 girls (Group 2) event. Finally, in the Star 2 boy’s event, William Crowie won the Merit Award.

Next up for Sandy Shores Skating Club is their ‘Winter Gala on Ice’, 5:45 p.m., Dec. 1 in Howie Meeker Area at Oceanside Place. Entry to the Christmas concert show is by donation and there will be tea, coffee and dessert served.

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