QFSC challenges the competition in Kelowna

Several members of the Quesnel Figure Skating Club (QFSC) travelled to Kelowna to attend the Super series Final.

Several members of the Quesnel Figure Skating Club (QFSC) travelled to Kelowna to attend the Super series Final.

Skating for Quesnel in the Star 5 Girls U13 category and taking seventh place was Beverly Smetaniuk.

Casey Fisher skated in to 10th place for Star 4 Girls and 13th place in Introductory Interpretive.

Fifth place in Star 4 Girls 13 and over went to local figure skater Katherine Osmond.

Also competing in a Star 4 level was Grace Dunn. Dunn took eighth place at this event.

Earning sixth place in Star 4 Girls U10 was QFSC member Alexa McTavish.

Competing in Senior Silver Women’s division was Cassandra Greenwood.

Greenwood took fifth place at this event, while also achieving an overall provincial ranking of second place.

Representing Quesnel in Gold Women’s division was Carmen Huang, with her performance at the Super Series earning a third place win.

Huang also skated in at fourth place overall provincially.

QFSC member Madison Nickolet took 21st place at the Super Series in the Senior Bronze Women’s division.

Bringing in a Bronze evaluation for Quesnel in Star 3 Girls division was Jersey L’Heureux.

QFSC member Presely L’Heureux’s performance at the Super Series brought in a Silver evaluation for Star 2 Girls.

And last but not least, lone male competitor from Quesnel Mitchell Dunn earned a Bronze evaluation for Star 2 Boys at the event.

 

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