Kelowna Skating Club's Kaiya MacLeod skated to first place in the pre-juvenile women U14 division at the B.C. Super Series STARSkate Final last weekend at the Capital News Centre.

Kelowna skaters on podium at Super Series event

Ashley Sales and Kaiya Macleod win gold at STARSkate Final held last weekend at the Capital News Centre

  • Mar. 13, 2014 11:00 a.m.

The host Kelowna Skating Club struck for 10 medals, including a pair of provincial titles, at the 2014 BC Super Series STARSkate Final.

The event, held over the weekend at CNC, served as the provincial championships for some of the divisions, as well as the final event of the season for B.C skaters.

A weekend highlight for the Kelowna contingent occurred in the pre-juvenile women under-11 event, as three members of the team took spots in the top four of the province.

Leading the way was 10-year-old Ashley Sales, who won the title with a 30.33 point total score.

Teammate Mikayla Consiglio skated a personal best en route to a bronze medal finish, while Summer Peitsch finished just off the podium in fourth.

The KSC captured a second provincial championship in the pre-juvenile women under-14, as Kaiya Macleod had an inspired performance and scored a personal best of 29.05 points.

In the men’s division, Kelowna’s Carter Hiob took the silver medal.  At the juvenile level, Dreyton Nelmes scored a personal best 30.2 points in an exhibition event.

At the STAR 5 girls under-10 level, Vienna Harwood won the bronze medal at her first provincial championships.

Meanwhile, Kelowna’s Hannah Delcourt found the silver lining in BC’s Silver Interpretive event.

Also winning medals in the Kelowna haul were Zoe Wu (gold), Rachel Yee (silver), Malayna Lesko (silver), and Kiera Atkins (bronze).

Here are the full results for KSC:

Silver Interpretive:  Hannah Delcourt 2nd

Pre-Juvenile Women U11:  Ashley Sales 1st; Mikayla Consiglio 3rd; Summer Peitsch 4th; Daria Carr 8th; Maya Rose 9th; Alyssa Dobbs 10th; Alexis Garost 11th

Pre-Juvenile Women U14:  Kaiya MacLeod 1st; Makenna Jensen 5th; Sally Haaheim 10th

Pre-Juvenile Men:  Carter Hiob 2nd; Carson Consiglio 5th

STAR 5 Girls U10:  Vienna Harwood 3rd; Mackenzie Nelmes 14th; Julia Crowther 15th; Emily Sales 21st

STAR 5 Girls U13:  Madeline Foley 6th

STAR 4 Girls U10 group 1:  Malayna Lesko 2nd; Brooklyn Cowen 5th

STAR 4 Girls U10 group 2:  Kiera Atkins 3rd

STAR 4 Girls U10 group 3:  Aurora Schultz 6th; Sierra MacLeod 7th

STAR 4 Girls U13 group 1:  Zoe Wu 1st

STAR 4 Girls U13 group 4:  Rachel Yee 2nd


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