Eli Lamirande is rewarded for being Fuller Lake Skating Club’s CanSkater of the Year. (Photo by Cassandra Taylor)

Fuller Lake skaters rewarded for prosperous 2018-19 season

Top skaters, improvement and sportsmanship attributes acknowledged

Fuller Lake Skating Club members flooded the stage to conclude a highly-successful 2018-19 skating season with the presentation of awards at the Bethel Tabernacle in Ladysmith.

Following were the recipients:

CANSKATE AWARDS

Precan of the Year – Cooper Smith; Most Improved Precan – Helena Kilvert; Most Enthusiastic Precan – Carter Pearson; Canskater of the Year – Eli Lamirande; Most Improved Canskater (Boy) – Oliver Brooks and Carter Stauffer; Most Improved Canskater (Girl) – Caitlin Varcoe.

FIGURE SKATING AWARDS

Pre-Junior Skater of the Year – Ruby Berends; Most Improved Pre-Junior – Isla Fink; Pre-Junior Sportsmanship – Malia Hart and Chloe Wilson; Junior Skater of the Year – Skyla Lewis; Most Improved Junior – Jayda Watson; Junior Sportsmanship – Bridgett Watson; Intermediate Skater of the Year – Jasmine Taylor; Most Improved Intermediate – Mica Torres Hernandez; Intermediate Sportsmanship – Jasmine Taylor; Senior Skater of the Year – Olivia Stuart; Most Improved Senior – Isabel Anderson; Senior Sportsmanship – Sophie Dawe; Dancer of the Year – Brooklyn Puska.

POWER SKATING AWARDS

Pre-Power Skater of the Year – Dylan Ashcroft; Most Improved Pre-Power – Brayden Kerr; Pre-Power Sportsmanship – Oliver Brooks and Lewis Christian; Junior Power Skater of the Year – Griffin Brooks and Rylee Wing; Most Improved Junior Power – Markus Stamatiou; Junior Power Sportsmanship – Nolan Smith; Senior Power Skater of the Year – Angus Donovan and Gavin Lewis; Most Improved Senior Power – Max Mountain; Senior Power Sportsmanship – Kingston Jany.

SPECIAL AWARDS

Program Assistant of the Year – Brooklyn Puska and Aran Mills; Commitment to Excellence in Memory of Barb Knott – Lucy Street and Leah Brown; Volunteer of the Year – Kari Rose.

Following are the 2019 Skate-A-Thon winners:

MOST MONEY PLEDGED

First Place – Angus Donovan $365; Second Place – Ella Donovan $360; Third Place – Cooper Smith $230.

$100 RAISED OR MORE

1. Daisy Troise – $150; 2. Liam Troise – $150; 3. Sophie Dawe – $125; 4. Jasmine Taylor – $133.05; 5. Isla Fink – $121.30; 6. Carter Pearson – $120.10; 7. Skyla Lewis – $120; 8. Brooklyn Puska – $114; 9. Alexandra Fernau – $110; 10. Helena Kilvert – $100.

MOST LAPS

Pre-can – Aiden Deane and Carter Pearson 20; Canskate – Eli Torres Hernandez 47; Pre-Juniors – Ruby Berends/Isla Fink 39; Pre-Power – Oliver Brooks 32; Juniors – Skyla Lewis 78; Junior Power – Griffin Brooks 42; Intermediates – Jasmine Taylor 82; Seniors – Sophie Dawe and Lucy Street 91; Senior Power – Jake Grooms 32.

 

Olivia Stuart is honoured as the Fuller Lake Skating Club’s Senior Skater of the Year. (Photo by Cassandra Taylor)

Fuller Lake Skating Club’s Senior Power Skater of the Year Gavin Lewis, who shared the honour with Angus Donovan. (Photo by Cassandra Taylor)

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