Wakeboard provincial results

The Sproat Lake Watersports Association hosted the 2016 Wakeboard and Wakeskate Provincials on July 29 and 30.

Holden Doucette competes in the Jr. Boys division of the B.C. Provincial Wakeboard Championships at Sproat Lake on Sunday.

Holden Doucette competes in the Jr. Boys division of the B.C. Provincial Wakeboard Championships at Sproat Lake on Sunday.

The Sproat Lake Watersports Association hosted the 2016 Wakeboard and Wakeskate Provincials on July 29 and 3. The results are below.

Jr. Mens Intermediate:

• First—Carter Newton

• Second—Cameron Williams

• Third—Carter Elder

Girls:

• First—Tegan Jeffery

•Second—Breanne Powell

Jr. Women:

• First—Syvannah McNichol

• Second—Alisa Clydesdale

• Third—Hannah Doucette

Boys Advanced:

• First—Zakk Harman

• Second—Noah Wollends

• Third—Max Jeffery

Boys Intermediate:

• First—Caleb Woollends

• Second—Ryland Ross

• Third—Ryder Duczek

Jr. Boys:

• First—Dagen Duczek

• Second—Holden Doucette

• Third—Grady Dragani

Jr. Girls:

• First—Brooke Mauke

• Second—Ava Parket

• Third—Lynden Dragani

Novice:

• First—Blake Mauke

• Second—Connor Alexander

• Third—Chase Squire

Wakeskate Womens:

• First—Alisa Clydesdale

• Second—Hannah Doucette

• Third—Syvanna McNichol

Wakeskate Amateur:

• First—Carter Newton

• Second—Ryland Ross

• Third—Aaron Torfs

Wakeskate Open:

• First—Cam Williams

• Second—Reece Hawthorne

• Third—Julian Harder

Masters:

• First—Mark Haslam

• Second—Bryan Jeffery

• Third—Jim Ross

 

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