Big White Racers win U14 zone ski titles

Zane Torres wins two gold medals and overall title at Okanagan finals in Revelstoke, while Brooke Lukinuk tops the girls overall standings

Big White Racers Zane Torres (left) and Brooke Lukinuk are Okanagan zone ski champions in the U14 division.

Two Big White Racers finished on top of their respective divisions at the season-ending Okanagan Zone Finals for alpine skiing last weekend at Revelstoke Mountain Resort.

Zane Torres, the B.C. champion in his age group, won both the slalom and GS races, while capturing the overall U14 zone title for 2012-13.

Brooke Lukinuk of the BWR also skied her way to the overall zone title, winning the girls U14 division. Lukinuk was second in the GS at zones.

Other top-three overall results for local skiers included: Amy Jorgenson, second in girls U12, and Olivia Kirby third in girls U16.

Ryan Moffatt placed second in the boys U16 category for the overall zone championship.

For complete results from zones, visit bcapline.com

 

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