Fort St. James Ski and Snowboard Championship results

On February 28 - March 2, the Ski and Snowboard Championships were held in Fernie, B.C.

  • Apr. 27, 2016 10:00 a.m.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

On February 28 – March 2, the Ski and Snowboard Championships were held in Fernie, B.C.

And yet again, the Fort St. James Secondary School team returned home with amazing results.

Despite the poor snow season, the team came home with four top ten team placings as well as the school’s second Provincial Championship Banner.

The team also had 5 top 10 individual placings: Kaylee Walstrom took home Gold in the Overall GS and Terrain Girls Snowboarding, Gabriela Willick won 2nd in the overall GS and Terrain Girls Skiing and 4th Overall in GS and Terrain Girls Snowboarding, Minna Jones won 8th Overall in the GS and Terrain Girls Snowboarding, and Mara Martin won 10th overall in the GS and Terrain Girls Snowboarding.

The team would like to thank local businesses, the community of Fort St. James and surrounding areas for their continued support.





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