Sharpening their blades

The figure skaters of the Fuller Lake Skating Club just competed in the Lynn Hetherington Memorial Competition.

The figure skaters of the Fuller Lake Skating Club just competed in the Lynn Hetherington Memorial Competition.

The event was held in Duncan from January 27 to 30.

Danika Halalka came in sixth place in the elementary ladies Group 1, Caiden Varasteh was ninth in the elementary ladies Group 2 and Sarah Rocque placed seventh in the elementary ladies Group 3.

Sarah Kedves was second in pre-juveniles ladies, Riley Buckner was first in juvenile ladies and David Eastman, fourth, in preliminary men.

Heather Robertson placed fifth in junior silver ladies, Amber Ree came 15 out of 30 in preliminary ladies 11 and over Group 1 and Jordan Barrett was eighth in preliminary ladies 11 and over Group 2.

In junior bronze ladies 12 and under, Taylor Trudgeon was seventh and Brianna Neva was ninth.

Naomi Eastman came in ninth in the preliminary ladies 11 and over Group 3 and Lauren Kendall was third in elementary ladies 11 and over Group 1.

In the bronze interpretive category, Riley Buckner was second and in fifth was Brianna Neva.

In Canskate there were nine skaters.

Lucy Street was third in Group 1, Sophie Dawe was fourth in Group 3 and Charlee Trudgeon was in Group 4.

Jazmin Wheeler came in first and Brielle Varsteh was second in Group 5.

In Group 10, Nora Goeschick came in fifth and in Group 11, Joshua Wheeler was also fifth.

Adrianna Openshaw placed second and Kaitlyn Gilson was fifth in Group 12.

Three of the Fuller Lake Skaters qualified for the provincial championships.

From juvenile and interpretive, Riley Buckner, from pre-juvenile, Sarah Kedves and from preliminary men, David Eastman.

The championships will be held in Cranbrook from March 3 to 7.

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