The girls’ team curlers are Kayla Abram, Shylean Bogart, Grace and Ally Feduniak, and Camryn Oliveira, pictured here after winning the ladies B-event at the 51st annual Snowflake curling bonspiel. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Good luck, Kitimat!

Our local athletes compete in the BC Winter Games this weekend

Good luck to our young sportsmen and women who are competing in the BC Winter Games being held in Fort St. John this weekend.

On Friday our curlers Markus Anthony and Kemper Weightman compete as part of a joint Kitimat-Smithers curling team competing at the Fort St. John Curling Club.

They will be joined on the ice by the girls’ team consisting of Kitimat curlers Kayla Abram, Shylean Bogart, Grace and Ally Feduniak and Camryn Oliveira.

Our gymnasts Philippe Martel, William Kaines, Lily Sherman and Maggie Baker will also be competing at the first event on Friday at North Peace Secondary School.

Kitimat figure skater Aliyah Goncalves will start her routines on the ice on Friday at 10:00 a.m.

Kicking up a storm are our karatekas Ellen Abreu, Kelly Ferguson, Isabella Maitland and Faith Silva who compete at the Pomeroy Conference Centre starting at 8:30 a.m.

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The joint Kitimat/Smithers’ curling team competing at the BC Winter Games consists of Smithers curlers Chris McClean and Duncan Kildaw, and Kitimat’s Kemper Weightman and Marcus Anthony. They are seen here with their coach Laurence Turney. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Kitimat gymnasts Philippe Martel and William Kaines will be competing at the BC Winter Games. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Kitimat gymnasts Lily Sherman and Maggie Baker will be competing at the BC Winter Games. (Photo Gerry Leibel)

Aliyah Goncalves will be on the ice competing in the figure skating event. (Photo supplied)

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