Elk Valley skaters compete at Pacific Skate

Some of the Elk Valley Skaters show off their medals and awards they won this season. The girls competed at Pacific Skate on March 5 and 6 in Cranbrook.

The Elk Valley’s best skaters attended the Pacific Skate Competition in Cranbrook on March 5 and 6.




Preliminary Ladies 10 & Under

Claire Bernier – Fernie SC    19th

Samantha Bleich – Sparwood FSC   16th

Abby-Anne Hughes – Sparwood FSC   8th

Juvenile Ladies

Anna Koltai – Fernie SC   8th

Jodi Stemberger – Fernie SC   6th

Junior Bronze Ladies 12 & Under

Emma Morgan – Fernie SC    14th

Junior Bronze Ladies 13 & Over

Serena Anderson – Fernie SC    18th

Senior Bronze Ladies

Christy Hawley – Fernie SC   9th

Kaitlyn Poirier – Fernie SC   20th

Junior Silver Ladies

Shayla Lipkewich – Fernie SC   12th

Brady Whitson – Fernie SC   13th

Gold Ladies

Sara Weech – Fernie SC   4th

Introductory Interpretive

Tessa Holmes – Fernie SC    10th

Silver Interpretive

Kaitlyn Poirier – Fernie SC   9th

Jodi Stemberger – Fernie SC   7th

Gold Interpretive

Sara Weech – Fernie SC    9th

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