Great skate results

The Beaver Valley Skating Club won nine medals at the BC/YK Super Series STARSkate Final in Kelowna earlier this month.

The Beaver Valley Skating Club captured nine medals including four gold at the BC-Yukon Super Series STARskate Final in Kelowna earlier this month.

Brenna Paulsen led the club with three gold medals beating out over 30 other competitors from across BC to earn the Sr. Bronze Ladies Freeskate Champion Trophy. The 11-year-old Fruitvale skater took top spot in Sr. Silver Solo Dance, in Bronze Interpretive, and Sr. Bronze Ladies Freeskate.

Taryn Verhelst, 16, also took home three medals with a first place performance in Gold Solo Dance, and bronze medals in Gold Interpretive and Sr. Bronze Ladies Freeskate.

Yvonne Gregory, 14, captured bronze in Bronze Interpretive, 16-year-old Breanna Tomlin came third in Gold Solo Dance, and Bree Fitzpatrick, 11, won bronze in Jr. Bronze Solo Dance.

The BVSC is coached by Lis Iannone whose  skaters always perform well at the event, which showcases the top skaters from across the province.

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