Fuller Lake Skating Club members had many strong finishes at the Vancouver Island Regional Competition. Here

Fuller Lake skaters shine at regional championships

Members of the Fuller Lake Skating Club had many podium finishes at the Vancouver Island Regional Competition.

Members of the Fuller Lake Skating Club were in fine form during the 2014 Vancouver Island Regional Competition, held recently at the Kerry Park Arena, where they earned many top finishes.

In Star 1, Josie Waller and Isabel Anders both earned bronze.

Brooklyn Puska, Emily Alyward and Hannah Southern achieved bronze in Star 2, while Aaliyah Ward, Joshua Wheeler and Sophie Dawe earned bronze in Star 3.

In Star 5 (under 13), Danika Hakala was seventh, while Caiden Varasteh finished eighth. Paris Hanke earned seventh place in Star 5 (over 13).

Amber Ree finished seventh in Senior Bronze Women.

In Pre Juvenile, Jazmin Wheeler earned a sixth-place finish.

Sarah Kedves earned personal best scores in her short program and her long program to finish fifth and seventh, respectively, in Pre Novice.

In Pre Introductory Interpretive, Brielle Varasteh skated to a fourth-place finish, while Paris Hanke finished sixth.

Amber Ree earned a second-place finish in Gold Interpretive, while Marina Ellison was right behind her in third place.

In Senior Bronze Solo Dance, Brielle Varasteh won first place, and Danika Hakala was second.

Caiden Varasteh finished second in Junior Silver Solo Dance.

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