Sarah Mullins won gold and silver to lead her Kelowna Skating Club at the Super Series BC Summerskate event last week.
The 22-skater KSC team returned home with nine medals competing against top skaters from B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Mullins won gold in Group 2 of Star 7 Women and added a silver in the Star 8 Women’s free skate.
Gabrielle Jugnauth, an 11-year-old Aberdeen Hall student, also had an outstanding weekend, winning gold in Group 2 of Pre-Novice Women with a personal best score of 91.72 points.
Megan Yudin won silver in Group 1 of Pre-Novice women.
The Kelowna club also showed strength at the novice level.
Emily Sales won both segments in Group 2 and had a combined score of 101.85 points, a personal best.
Abby Bulawka had a terrific free program to finish second in the segment and fifth overall.
Kelowna's Malayna Lesko also had strong performances, winning bronze in Group 1, while Gwenyth Preston finished sixth.
At the Juvenile level, Kelowna’s Calissa Adlem had a personal-best score of 27.62 points to win the bronze medal in Group 1, under-12 women. Sophie Sanderson finished fifth while Ariana Rose finished fourth in Group 2.
Kelowna’s Abbey McTavish won the silver medal in Group 1 of Star 4 Girls under 13, while Amy Kim won bronze in Group 2 of Star 5 Women under 10.
A trio of high-profile Kelowna National NextGen Team members faced off in the highly competitive Junior Women’s division, featuring seven current and former national medallists.
Emma Bulawka, Olivia Gran, and Vienna Harwood finished fifth, sixth, and seventh, respectively.