Parksville Qualicum Beachers skate well

The Sandy Shores Skating Club hosted the 2015 Vancouver Island Super Series this past weekend at Oceanside Place in Parksville.

The Sandy Shores Skating Club hosted the 2015 Vancouver Island Super Series this past weekend at Oceanside Place in Parksville, which saw plenty of skill on display over the three days of competition.

The Super Series, which ran from April 10 to April 12, saw clubs from across British Columbia and the Yukon make their way to Oceanside Place to show their stuff.

In total, there were over 30 events ranging in all ages from beginners to the much more experienced senior levels.

In total, the Sandy Shores Skating Club had 13 skaters representing their home ice, showing what they were made of.

In the U-11 Pre-Juvenile Women category, Alice Terada (sixth place), Kiera Klymchuk (eighth place), Alexa Berg (10th place) and Tabitha Devaughn (15th place) took the ice to represent Sandy Shores.

Mia Rosa took part in the Pre-Juvenile U-14 Women category, earning a nineth place finish. Rosa also finished in first in the Elements two (group one) category.

Also skating in the Elements two category were Alice Terada (third), Tabitha Devaughn (fourth) and Alexa Berg (fifth).

Kate Cameron and Alexandra Saurette skated in group two of the Elements two category, with Cameron finishing in first place and Saurette coming in fourth. In the STAR four category, Keyana Willard finished in nineth place.

Olivia Bau, Indianna Berg and Sheye Speers all competed in the U-16 Pre-Novice Women’s category, with Bau finishing in fourth, Berg in 11th and Speers in 16th.

Both Bau and Berg also competed in the Open Elements division, which saw Bau (first) and Berg (second) finish in the top two.

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