Kelowna Skating Club's (from left) Brooklyn Cowen

Kelowna Skating Club stacks podium in pre-juvenile event

Brooklyn Cowen, Malayna Lesko and Emily Sales go 1-2-3 at STARSkate Final in Kelowna.

The Kelowna Skating Club earned its share of podium finishes as the season wrapped up for many of the province’s top skaters last weekend at the Capital News Centre.

The highlight of the 2016 BC Super Series STARSkate Final occurred in the Pre-Juvenile Women under 11 event, as three Kelowna skaters plugged the podium.

Brooklyn Cowen, 10, led the way with a personal best score of 29.75 points and the gold medal.  Malayna Lesko also had a personal best score of 29.31 for the silver medal win, while Emily Sales won bronze.

Lesko, Cowen, and Sales also finished 1-2-3, respectively, in the overall end of the season Super Series standings, and represent the best in the province.

Paige Edgar also struck gold, winning the STAR4 Girls group 2 event.

Meanwhile, Kelowna’s Aurora Schultz skated to a personal best score of 18.25 points.  Her training mate, Zoe Wu, finished in 6th, but place 3rd overall in the Super Series standings.

Here are the full results:

Senior Silver Women:  Abbey Reiter 4th

Pre-Juvenile Women U11:  Brooklyn Cowen 1st; Malayna Lesko 2nd; Emily Sales 3rd; Kiera Atkins 8th; Katie Jones 10th; Taiya Knight 11th

STAR5 Girls Over 13:  Rachel Yee 13th

STAR5 Girls U13:  Aurora Schultz 3rd; Zoe Wu 6th; Jenna Penner 24th

STAR4 Girls U13 group 2:  Paige Edgar 1st

STAR4 Girls U13 group 3:  Amy Richardson 7th

 

 

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