Fuller Lake Skating Club.

Fuller Lake Skating Club.

Powerskating awards presented for season excellence

Best of each division honoured along with most improved and sportsmanship

The powerskating section of the Fuller Lake Skating Club recently presented awards on the ice at Fuller Lake Arena for the 2020-21 season.

Pre-power of the Year was shared by Cooper Smith and Gavin Plester. Marcus Russell and Carter Pearson were co-winners of the most improved honours while the sportsmanship award also had two recipients, Eli Torres Hernanadez and Austin Clarke.

Junior Power of the Year was bestowed upon both Austin Russell and Jamie Mann. Chase Clarke, Logan Mottishaw and Hank Olson were all named most improved in the division, with the sportsmanship award going to Raunik Vashisht.

Senior Power of the Year was awarded to both Gabriel Wiebe and Jane Mann. Most improved were Brayden Kerr and Austin Christian and sportsmanship honours went to Grayson Challis.

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Pre-power of the Year winners Cooper Smith, left, and Gavin Plester. (Photo submitted)

Pre-power of the Year winners Cooper Smith, left, and Gavin Plester. (Photo submitted)

Most Improved Pre-Power Marcus Russell. (Photo submitted)

Most Improved Pre-Power Marcus Russell. (Photo submitted)

Most Improved Pre-Power Carter Pearson with Cleve Shillingford. (Photo submitted)

Most Improved Pre-Power Carter Pearson with Cleve Shillingford. (Photo submitted)

Pre-Power Sportsmanship Eli Torres Hernanadez with Cleve Shillingford. (Photo submitted)

Pre-Power Sportsmanship Eli Torres Hernanadez with Cleve Shillingford. (Photo submitted)

Pre-Power Sportsmanship Austin Clarke. (Photo submitted)

Pre-Power Sportsmanship Austin Clarke. (Photo submitted)

Junior Power of the Year Austin Russell and Jamie Mann. (Photo submitted)

Junior Power of the Year Austin Russell and Jamie Mann. (Photo submitted)

Most Improved Junior Power Chase Clarke, Logan Mottishaw and Hank Olson. (Photo submitted)

Most Improved Junior Power Chase Clarke, Logan Mottishaw and Hank Olson. (Photo submitted)

Junior Power Sportsmanship Raunik Vashisht. (Photo submitted)

Junior Power Sportsmanship Raunik Vashisht. (Photo submitted)

Senior Power of the Year Gabriel Wiebe and Jane Mann. (Photo submitted)

Senior Power of the Year Gabriel Wiebe and Jane Mann. (Photo submitted)

Senior Power Most Improved Brayden Kerr and Austin Christian with Cleve Shillingford. (Photo submitted)

Senior Power Most Improved Brayden Kerr and Austin Christian with Cleve Shillingford. (Photo submitted)

Senior Power Sportsmanship Grayson Challis. (Photo submitted)

Senior Power Sportsmanship Grayson Challis. (Photo submitted)

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