Jenkins leads Kelowna skiers at U14 provincials

Big White Ski Club competes at B.C. Alpine championships and the Hub International Nancy Greene Festival

Big White Ski Club members (from left) Amy Jorgenson

Hallie Jenkins led the Big White Ski Club with a gold and four silver medals at the B.C. alpine championships March 18 to 20 at Red Mountain.

Racing in two slalom and three GS events, Jenkins finished second overall to earn a place on Team B.C. for the upcoming Whistler Cup.

Jaxon Slaney was fifth, sixth and seventh in GS and fourth in slalom.

Amy Jorgenson was 12th and 15th in ladies slalom.

In boys competition, Luke McMillan tool silver in the men’s GS combined race. He was also sixth in GS and 11th in slalom.

William Little was 13th and 15th in GS, while Adam Fricska placed 15th in GS.

Meanwhile, at Sun Peaks, it was a beautiful weekend under sunny skies for the Hub International Nancy Greene Festival, featuring 25 skiers from the Big White Ski Club in the U6-U12 are groups.

• Moguls

U12—Simon Yanow, first

U9—Chloe Yanow, first; Sloan Betker second

U7—Peyton Betker, third

U5—Quinn Betker, second

• Kombi

U7—Peyton Betker, second; Layla Styles, third

U5—Quinn Betker, third

• Glalom

U9 Female—Chloe Yanow 11th;  Eliza Bell,13th; Sloan Betker,17th

U8 Male—Jacob Godwin, 13th; Finn Styles, 19th.

U7 Female—Peyton Betke,1st; Layla Styles, 4th; Rae Roworth, 9th; Myla Wallace,15th; Kadence Witzel.18th

U7 Male—Oliver Yanow – 9th

U6  Male—Cameron Roworth – 12th

U5 Male—Quinn Betker, third

 

 

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