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icon01/16/2021 - 2021 Galveston Island Winter Beach Blast

Eagle Gymnastics Men's team finally were able to compete again after a long wait from the uncontrollable  stoppage of their season last year. It has been a long time waiting, but this past weekend, they were able to flip and twist in a competitive venue again. 

The boys traveled to Galveston, Texas and enjoyed some sand, seafood and fun and a great competition on Galveston Island. The Galveston Island Winter Beach Blast was held at the Galveston Island Convention center that ran January 14-17, 2021. Athletes from all corners of our great USA came to represent their clubs. There were many firsts for this meet. First meet, new routines, and many new skills being accomplished by all. 

On day one, the level 4 and 5 boys team took to the floor. In the Level 5 group, 8 year old division, Matthew took first on pommel  horse and high bar while finishing 5th in the all around. Mason took 4th on high bar and 7th all around. Teammate John Michael placed 10th and 9th on pommel horse and vault, respectively. Competing in their first meet for Eagle, Aeden and Joshua had a good first outing. Aeden placed 9th in the all around and Joshua placed 10th. 

Ryan and Camden competed in the 11 year old age group. Ryan had a consistent meet placing 3rd on pommel horse, 4th on vault and parallel bars and finished 6th all around. Camden finished in first on high bar with a great routine. Travis competed his first ever meet in the 12 year old division and cannot wait to see what the season has ahead for him. Travis ended up taking 11th all around podium spot. 

Friday, January 9th, day two of the competition, it was time for the Level 7 team. Zach R and Aiden were first up, and Aiden took home 4th on high bar and 9th on rings. During the last session of the night, Simon competed in the 11 year old division for Level 8, and did very well and took home 3r on pommels and high bar, 7th on floor and 5th in the all around. 

Starting bright and early on Saturday morning was our Level 9s. Representing this team was Noah, Josh, Tyler and Kaeden. Tyler took home 7th on high bar, and Kaeden earned 3rd on high bar and 5th on pommels. 

Following the Level 9s was our 15-16 year old Level 10s. Caleb, Eli, and Matt did a great job representing Eagle Gymnastics. All the boys had new routines, new skills and a new outlook on what they need to do for the rest of their season. 

Last but not least, was time for our senior Level 10 boys to show what they could do. Competing in the 17-18 year old division was Luke, Chase, Max and John. Chase earned 10 on floor, Max placed 7th on vault, and John was on the podium for 6th on pommel horse and 9th AA. Competing in the 18 year old group, Paul had a rewarding day, he earned 6yh on pommel horse and 8th on high bar. Teammate Jack also had a great day earning 5th on both rings and parallel bars and 6th on high bar. 

The Eagle boys' team, coaches and parents all had a memorable and great time entering an arena for competition again. The boys achieved many new skills and routines, as well as seeing fellow competitors from other places. Galveston did not disappoint as the fresh saltwater air was a great way to start their 2021 season.

Go Eagle! 

icon01/21/2021 - Elite Compulsory Qualifier

Congratulations to Ryan Geismar who competed the Elite Compulsory routines at the Biles Invitational on Thursday, January 21, 2021. Due to a few unexpected errors, Ryan narrowly missed the qualifying score for the 13-14 Hopes Division. Training was tough this past year due to many unforeseen circumstances and she did a great job navigating through them to put together 8 routines. Good luck to her and her teammates as they embark on their optional season starting the first weekend of February. 

icon01/23/2021 - Level 3-5 Girls team compete at last meet of the season

The Eagle Gymnastics Level 3, 4 & 5 teams competed at their last competition for the 2020-2021 Season. All three teams celebrated AA Champions and many of the girls posted bests of the season.

Joslynn led the Level 5's taking 1st on beam, floor & AA and 2nd on vault. In the Sr A division, teammate Elise landed in 3rd on bars- a mere 0.5 behind first place. In the Sr B division, Emmeline podiumed on vault in 3rd place. Alyssa rounded out the team helping them nab 2nd place team award.

Lilly led the level 4's for the 2nd weekend in a row. Scoring the highest AA of the session, she took 1st on bars & AA, 2nd on beam & floor and 3rd on vault in the Jr A division. Both Cambelle and Maliah finish top 10 AA. In the Jr B division, Emma and Harper mopped up the competition finishing 1-2 in the AA. Emma also placed 1st on beam & floor, and 3rd on vault and bars, while Harper took 1st on vault and 2nd on beam. In the Sr A group, Paige placed 1st on floor and 2nd on beam. Ella rounded out the team who narrowly missed the team title against a 24 manned team.

Roxy and Vada rocked it out for the level 3 team. In the Jr A division, Roxy placed 1st on vault & bars, 3rd on beam and 2nd AA. In the Sr. A division, Vada earned 1st on bars, floor & AA and 2nd on beam. Teammate Reghan was close behind taking 1st on vault and 2nd on bars, floor & AA. Katelin and Loki rounded out the team in the Jr. Division helping the girls secure 2nd place team.

Congratulations on a wonderful season! 

icon02/06/2021 - Back In The Game

The Eagle Gymnastics Optional Team competed at their first competition since lock down last season. It was a fun mixture of excitement, nerves and determination. Notable podium performances include: Level 9 Madison - 1st on floor, Level 8 Taryn- 1st on bars, Level 7 Emilia- second on vault and Level 6 Maycie- 3rd on bars. 

Next up for the team will be the Friends of Achievers Invitational the weekend of February 19-21st. Go Eagle! 

icon02/12/2021 - Metroplex Challenge Success

On February 12-13, 2021 the Eagle Tumbling and Trampoline team attended the Metroplex Challenge in downtown Ft. Worth, TX. For the second competition of the season, the team did very well. There was 11- 1st place finishes, 9-2nd place awards, 9- 3rd place medals and 37 other top 10 finishes. Way to go!

Coach/Athlete Isaac was also in attendance at the Metroplex Challenge and he was competing for Team USA in their replacement competition for the Baku World Cup being cancelled. Isaac did very well, finishing 1st place among the nations top trampoline athletes. Congrats Isaac!

Coming up next, our Developmental and Pre team will have their first ever competition at the Texas Tough Invite on Sunday, February 28th. Good luck!

icon02/20/2021 - Impressive Results at the Horton Challenge

Just before the sky fell, and the earth froze, Eagle Gymnastics Men's team traveled to Ft. Worth and competed at the first annual Horton Challenge. 

On the morning of February 19, 2021, the Level 9 group kicked off the competition. In the 14-year old division, Josh and Kaeden hit the ground running. Kaeden received silver on floor, 4th on parallel bars, 6th pommels, and finished 8th in the AA. Josh grabbed 4th on pommel horse and tied 7th on parallel bars. Tyler in the 13 yr old age group, won silver on high bar, tied for 5th on parallel bars, and 7th on vault. Tyler's brother, Ryland in his first meet of the season took home 9th on rings while teammate Zach earned an 8th on pommels and 9th on floor. 

The Level 10 boys team was up next and the 15 year old division was first. Eli, Caleb, and Landen made up this team. Caleb earned 7th on rings and high bar, 8th on floor and 9th pommel horse. Landen had his first meet of the season and he won 4th on floor. In the 16 year old group, Matt earned 9th on pommel horse. The last session of the day as filled with fan fare of loud pumped up music an even a disco ball! In the 17 year old division, Luke, Max, Jack and Chase were next up. Chase had an impressive showing by receiving this year's high AA score. Competing in the 18 year old division, were teammates Jack and Paul. Paul was on the podium with a bronze on pommel horse, 5th on vault and 9th in the AA. Jack also earned his own bronze medal but on vault, a 4th on rings, 6th on floor, 7th on pommels, and 5th AA with his own season high. This was a remarkable day for the spectators but also a great opportunity for the boys to compete on podium stage as in World Championships and the Olympics.

The very next day, the Level 6 through 8 team had their chance to shine. In the first session of the day, Wyatt had the full attention of his coaches as he was the only Eagle in this session. It was his first meet of the season and he did some personal bests. In the second session, it was Zach and Aiden's time to shine for the Level 7 group. Aiden was the champion on rings and earned a pair of bronze medals on floor and high bar. Aiden took home 5th AA. The last session of the day was Eagle's Simon (Level 8) earning a silver on rings, 4th on parallel bars, 6th on high bar and AA respectfully. What another great day of this amazing sport of gymnastics. 

On the third day, with the snow coming fast to Texas, the organizers swiftly began to adjust the sessions to allow for the day to go as fast as possible. Texas is not made for snow and ice!

The level 5 Eagle's boys team of Aeden, Travis and Ryan started the frigid morning off. In the 9 year old division, Ryan earned 7th on high bar, and Joshua was on the podium with a Bronze on vault, while teammate Camden grabbing silver on vault and 6th on rings. Competing for the 7-8 year old age group, Mason took home a bronze on vault and high bar respectively, 5th on floor and vault and 6th AA. John Michael earned a silver on pommel and parallel bars, 6th place on rings and vault, 7th on high bar and a 5th in the AA. Matthew was the champion on pommels, rings and the AA. He also took home silver on parallel bars, bronze on high bar and floor as well as a 5th on vault. Last but not least, was Mikey in Level 4. Mikey won gold on rings and vault, silver on floor, pommels, high bar and AA. 

What an amazing weekend for all these young men that represented Eagle Gymnastics in such a proud way. No rain nor sleet can keep these boys from shining! Go Eagle! 

icon02/27/2021 - Men's Team Compete at Townsend Cup

On Saturday, February 27th, the Eagle Gymnastics Men's team travelled to Houston to compete at the Townsend Cup Invitational. Level 8 Simon had a stellar meet winning GOLD on floor, pommel horse and parallel bars and the All Around.

Level 9 Tyler grabbed bronze on vault, while Kaeden landed top 5 on floor and all around. Closing out the weekend were our Level 10s. Elias, Landen, Caleb, Matt, Luke, Max, John, Paul and Chase all stepped up to take 1st place super team. Notable podium finishes were: 

Caleb- silver on parallel bars, and bronze on floor
Matt- bronze on pommel horse
Max- bronze on parallel bars
Jack/John- bronze on pommel horse and parallel bars
Paul- silver on vault
Chase- Silver on floor and bronze AA
Jack- gold on rings, parallel bars, high bar and AA, silver on floor

All the boys really stepped it up in competition. there were many new season high event and all around scores. So much to be proud of in the way these boys represented Eagle Gymnastics. It was great confidence building competition heading into championship season. Go Eagle!

icon03/06/2021 - Eagle Girls Team Medal at Rose City

The Eagle Gymnastics optional team competed at the Rose City Classic in Tyler, Texas over the weekend of March 6-8, 2021. After a few uncharacteristic falls, the girls rallied back to finish off the pre-season with some notable performances. Notable performances include the following:

Level 9: Madison- 3rd beam and floor: Ryan- 3rd beam & top 5 vault, floor & Aa
Level 8: Taryn- 1st bars, Lila- 3rd beam & top 5 vault & AA
Level 7: Emilia- 1st bars, beam & AA, 2nd vault: Amelia- 1st vault, 2nd floor, Lindsay 2nd vault & bars, top 5 AA, Brynlee- 2nd beam, top 5 vault, floor & AA; Makenna- 3rd floor
Level 6: Maycie- 1st bars; Ryleigh 1st beam, top 5 floor & AA, Morgan- 2nd vault & beam

Next up for the team will be Level 6 State Championships the weekend of March 13-14th; followed by Level 9/10 Championships the weekend of March 19-21st Go Eagle!

icon03/12/2021 - Level 6 State Championships for Eagle's Girls Team

The Eagle Gymnastics Level 6 team competed at State Championships in Allen, TX over the weekend of March 12-14, 2021. It has been a challenging season in the sports world this year. We are proud of the work our athletes have done to put together their individual routines. Notable performances include the following:

Morgan- 2nd all around and 3rd on beam and floor
Maycie- 2nd on bars and top 5 all around
Kathryn- Top 5 on bars and all around
Kiersten- Top 5 on floor
Ryleigh- Top 5 on floor and top 10 all around

Next up for the team will be Level 9/10 State Championships the weekend of March 19-21st in Lubbock, Texas. Go Eagle!

icon03/12/2021 - Eagle Team Soars at Dare To Soar Competition in Frisco

Over the weekend of March 12-14, 2021, Eagle Gymnastics Academy hosted their annual Dare to Soar Tumbling and Trampoline competition. This was the first competition of the season where the team had their Developmental, Pre- Team and Tumbling Team all attended the same competition. In total, Eagle Gymnastics had 53 athletes registered to compete.

The coaches are so proud of the athletes as they had 35 athletes that placed 1st, 23 athletes that took home silver placements, 17 athletes placing 3rd and 43 other top 10 finishes. The coaches were really excited with the improvements being made this early in the season and hope to continue the progress going into State and Regional Championships in May 2021. 

Up next, the Eagle Elite team members; Hope Bravo (tumbling), Brandon Krzynefski (tumbling), Drew Collins (tumbling) and Weston Sitz (double mini) will be traveling to Salt Lake City for the Tumbling and Double Mini National Team Camp on March 19-22nd. The trampoline athletes, Isaac Rowley and Alyssa Oh will be going the following weekend to Lafayette, Louisiana to attend the Trampoline National Team Camp. Their personal coach, Coach Jared will be traveling to both cities with the athletes. 

We wish them all the best of luck over the next few weeks and cannot wait to see the results and to learn what skills they all mastered at the National camps. 

icon03/20/2021 - Level 8-10 State Championships

On the evening of Friday, March 19, 2021 the Eagle Gymnastics Boys Team started our championship season at the 2021 Texas State Championships. To start things off we had the JE's Level 10 Jack, Level 9 Kaeden, and Level 8 Simon compete their Technical Sequence Routines. These routines are designed with specific skills and are used as a combined score not an individual placement. the individual score would then be accounted for on the second day where they competed their optional routines. All three boys had a very respectful showing, and the coaches are proud of their accomplishments. 

On Saturday morning and it is now the start of the optional part of the competition. In the first session, Eagle was represented  by the Level 9 group consisting of Ryland, Tyler, Joshua and Kaeden. Kaeden won silver on floor and 8th on pommel horse, rings, vault, parallel bars and all around. Teammate Joshua tied with him for 8th on parallel bars, while Tyler grabbed a 4th on high bar. it was a great meet for all the boys.

The next session was our 15-16 year old, Level 10 group of men. Caleb, Elia, Landen, and Matthew made up this team. Elias earned a 6th on floor, while Matt grabbed 9th on floor and high bar and Caleb podiumed with bronze on floor and rings and 4th on pommels and AA. The last session of the day was the 17 year old and older athletes in Level 10. This includes- Chase, Jack, John, Luke, Max and Paul. The hero of the session was Chase standing tall on the podium with gold on pommels, rings, and the all around! He also earned bronze on floor and parallel bars. Earning silver for the all around was John. He also took home bronze on the rings and vault, 6th on floor and 8th on high bar. Max was the champion on parallel bars, silver on vault and 5th on rings and 4th AA. In the 1-91 year old division, Luke placed 8th on parallel bars and Paul tied for silver on vault and parallel bars and 5th AA. 

After a good night's sleep, it was time for Level 8, Simon, to shine. He had an amazing showing walking away with gold on pommel horse and rings, silver on floor and all around and bronze on parallel bars, 4th on high bar and 6th on vault. 

This meet was a great event with many personal high scores and skill that were mastered. The coaches could not be prouder of not just the accolades but of the effort that each young man put forth each day on each event. Go Eagle!

icon03/27/2021 - Level 4-7 Men's State Championships

The Level 4-7 State Meet was held on the weekend of March 27-28, 2021 in Saginaw, Texas. The boys had an outstanding performance. The Level 4 boys started the weekend off by taking EIGHT State titles. Josh was the State Champion of floor, pommel horse, vault, parallel bars, high bar and was the All Around State Champion. Teammate, Miky also took TWO state titles, one on pommel horse and the other on high bar. Miky also finished second All Around. Carson had a great day as well finishing 3rd on two events and 4th on 3 events as well as 4th All Around. The team placed second over all! 

The Level 5 boys had a great day as well taking SIX State titles. In the 8 year old age group, Matthew was the State Champion on rings, parallel bars and high bar. He was also the All Around State Champion. John Michael took the State Title on pommel horse with a fantastic routine. He also took 3rd on floor, 2nd on rings and high bar as well as 2nd All Around. Matthew and John Michael also made the Level 5 State All Star Team. Mason had a good day finishing 4th on rings and high bar. All three of the boys qualified for the Regional Championships. 

In the 10 year old age group, Aeden and Josh turned out great showing as well. Josh finished 4th on rings and both boys qualified for Regionals. In the 11 year old age group, Camden won a State Title on rings. He also placed 2nd on floor, 5th on pommel horse, 3rd on parallel bars, 2nd on high bar and 2nd in the All Around. Ryan took 5th on pommel horse, 4th on vault, 3rd on parallel bars, 5th on high bar and 6th All Around. Both boys qualified for Regional Championships. In the 12 year old age group, Travis had a season best meet. He had his highest scores of the season on 4 different events. The team finished 2nd overall by just 0.4.

The boys next meet will be the Region 3 Championships held in Yukon Oklahoma over the April 24th weekend. Good luck!. 

icon03/21/2021 - State Champions and Regional Qualifiers

Our Eagle Gymnastics Level 9 athletes competed at State Championships on Sunday, March 21, 2021 in Lubbock, TX while our Level 8 competed on Sunday March  28th in Frisco, TX. Both weekends had similar outcomes.

Event specialists Madison (Level 9) and Taryn (level 8) became State Champions on the floor exercise and uneven bars respectively. Both athletes were up first for the entire session and maintained the highest score on the event to land at the top of the podium. As a level 9, Madison secured a spot as a specialist at Level 9/10 Regionals in Lubbock, TX the weekend of April 15-18th. 

All arounders Ryan (Level 9) and Lia (Level 8) also qualified to their respective Regional Championships. Ryan placed 3rd on beam and top 10 on floor & AA, while teammate Lila finished top 10 on vault and AA. Lila will compete in Overland Park, KS the weekend of April 23-25th.

Congratulations to Madison & Taryn and good luck to our Region 3 Qualifiers! 

icon03/19/2021 - 2021 National Team Camp

The month of March was very busy for our Senior Elite Tumbling, Double Mini and Trampoline athletes. Tumblers- Hope Bravo, Drew Collins and Brandon Kryznefski along with Double Mini Trampolinist Weston Sitz attended National Team Camp at Wasatch Trampoline and Tumbling in Draper, Utah on March 19-22, 2021. Eagle athletes joined other Junior and Senior Tumbling and Double Mini National Team members for the first in-person camp since November 2016. Participating athletes attended five training sessions as well as several educational lectures over the course of the three day camp. They were also able to compete pass verifications within a competition atmosphere and connect with National Team staff on individual progress and goals. Gymnasts worked on finessing competition passes and developing new skills ahead of the upcoming competitive season and 2021 National Team selection later in the year. 

The following weekend Trampoline National Team Members, Isaac Rowley and Alyssa Oh joined the other Junior and Senior Trampoline National Team members for camp on March 26-29, 2021 at T & T Express in Lafayette, LA. Participating gymnasts attended  training sessions and educational lectures and were able to connect with National Team staff ahead of the upcoming competitive season. Athletes verified routines on Saturday evening and some new synchro pairs  were tested on the final day of camp. The athletes focused on performance consistency throughout the camp with more than two-thirds meeting a routine consistency challenge set out for the verification evening, a great outcome so early in the season. 

Way to go to everyone who participated! 

icon04/09/2021 - State Champions and Regional Qualifiers

Our Eagle Gymnastics Level 7 athletes competed at State Championships the weekend of April 9-11, 2021 in Katy, Texas. At the end of the weekend, we celebrated 2 All Around champions and 4 Region 3 Championship qualifiers.

Emilia (Sr B2) recovered from a fall on the uneven bars to become STATE CHAMPION on beam and the All Around. She also finished 2nd on floor and top 5 on vault. Amelia (Jr D3) was our second STATE CHAMPION of the weekend placing 1st on floor and the All Around. She also took 2nd on vault and 3rd on bars. Brynlee (Jr B3) finished 2nd on beam and top 10 on vault, bars, beam and all around, while teammate Lindsay (Jr D3) lands top 5 on vault and floor and top 10 AA. Makenna (Sr D3) rounded out the squad finishing top 10 on vault and bars. 

Congratulations to Emilia, Amelia, Brynlee and Lindsay who qualified to Level 7 Regionals in Aurora, Colorado the weekend of April 30 through May 2nd. Dare to Soar!

icon04/09/2021 - Men's Team Regional Championships

The level 8-10 Optional Boys team competed at the Regional Championships April 9-11, 2021 in Lubbock Texas. Region 3 is comprised of some of the strongest gymnasts in the USA from gyms in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas and Louisiana. We would like to congratulate the following seven athletes who qualified to the USA Gymnastics National Championships to be held in Florida in May: Simon Ponchinka, Kaeden Nelson, Paul Blair, Matthew Donnelly, Jack Ablett, Chase Conner and Caleb West.

Highlights of top 10 finishes from Regionals include: 

Competing Level 8, Simon placed top 10 on all events earning 2nd place on pommels, rings, 3rd on high bar and 4th all around. He also qualified for the Region 3 Training camp toe be held in June. 

Competing Level 9, in the 13-14 year Junior Elite division, Kaeden placed 6th on floor and finished with a 68.50 AA. In the 14 year old division, Tyler had his personal best meet and earned the Region Title on high bar with his first place finish and also placed 3rd on vault and 6th on pommels. Zach H. took 3rd place on high bar and 8th on vault. In the 14 year old Senior division, Josh S. also  had a consistent meet and placed 8th on pommels. 

Our Level 10 men really worked hard this year to have a strong competitive season and really shone at Regionals. In the 15 year old division, Elias (Jr) placed 10th on rings and Caleb (Sr) earned 3rd on parallel bars, 6th on high bar and 7th on pommels and all around. In the 16 year old Senior division, Matthew earned 4th place on floor and pommels. 

In the 17 year old age group, John earned the Regional Title on vault, Luke H. placed 4th on parallel bars, Max H. placed 2nd on parallel bars and 7th on vault. Chase placed 5th on pommels, 7th on floor and his consistent work on the other events gave him a 71.05 to earn his spot to Nationals. 

In the 18 year old division, competing in their final season before they graduate, Paul and Jack fought hard to earn their spot to Nationals. Jack took Region 3 Title on vault and placed 4th on high bar, 3rd on rings, parallel bars and the all around. Teammate, Paul placed 3rd on vault, 4th on high bar, and 6th on pommels, parallel bars and the all around. 

Congratulations Boys! 

icon04/17/2021 - Outstanding Results for Tumbling and Trampoline Team at State

Eagle Gymnastics earned 39 State Champions, 24 Silver medalists, 9 Bronze medalists and 45 other top 10 finishes at State Championships over the weekend of April 17, 2021

Trampoline Results

Xander C- Level 3 Age 7-8, Kalina M- Level 3- Age 9-10, Berkley H- Level 4- Age 8, Emma C- Level 6 Age 11-12, Landon B- Level 6 Age 9-10, Channing K- Level 9 Age 11-12, Maya G- Level 9 Age 13-14, Cate D- Level 9 Age 15 and over, Caroline W- Level Open Elite, Alyssa O. Level Sr. Isaac R- Level  Sr. Elite

Lexi I- Level 2 Age 6 and under, Kayla L- Level 6 Age 11-12, Tatum U- Level 6 Age 13-14, Ellyette K- Level 8 Age 11-12, Kate Y- Level 9 Age 13-14, Mihika S Level 10 Age 15 and over, Kate A- Level Youth Elite Age 13-14, Thomas L Level 3- Age 7-8, Weston S Level Sr Elite

Quinn M - Level 7 age 9-10, Bodie M- Level 3 age 7-8

Tumbling Results

Lexi I- Level 2 Age 6 and under, Kalina M- Level 2 age 9-10, Berkeley H- Level 3 age 7-8, Caitlyn C - Level 3 age 9-10, Hallie R.- Level 3 age 8 and under, Quinn M- Level 6 age 9-10, Emma C- Level 6 age 11-12,  Channing K- Level 8 age 11-12, Shelby C- Level 8 age 15 and over, Rocki C- Level 9 Age 13-14,  Kalyana D- Level 10 age 15 and over, Susan G- Level Open Elite, Hope B- level Sr Elite, Skye H- Level Youth Elite age 13-14, Thomas L- Level 2 age 7-8, Landon B- Level 3 age 9-10, Drew C- Level Sr Elite

Madisyn H-Level 3 age 9-10, Blakeli M- Level 4 age 8 and under, Grace E- Level 6 age 11-12, Maya G- Level 9 age 13-14, Sadie B- Level 10 age 15 and over, Xander C- Level 2 age 7-8, Brandon K- Sr Elite

Ella H- Level 2 Age 7-8, Aleen A- Level 6 age 15 and over, Bodie M- Level 2 age 7-8

Double Mini Results

Berkely H- Level 4 age 8 and under, Caitlyn C- Level 4 age 9-10,  Emma C- Level 6 age 11-12, Quinne M- Level 7 age 9-10, Tatum U- Level 7 age 13-14, Channing K- Level 8 age 11-12, Maya G- Level 9 age 13-14, Caroline W- Level Open Elite, Susan G- Level Sr Elite, Xander C- Level 3 age 7-8, Weston S- Level Sr. Elite

Lexi I- Level 2 age 6-8, Jovie R- Level 3 age 7-8, Hallie R- Level 4 age 8 and under, Ruby W- Level 6 age 11-12, Ellyette K- Level 8 age 11-12, Skye H- Level Youth Elite, Bodi M- Level 3 age 7-8, Isaac R- Level Sr Elite

Aleen A- Level 6 age 15 and over, Kate Y- Level 9 age 13-14, Thomas L- Level 3 age 7-8, Landon B- Level 5 age 9-10

Congratulations to all the Eagle athletes and coaches on an amazing State Championships! Go Eagle! 

icon04/17/2021 - That's a Wrap!

Eagle Gymnastics Academy's Level 9 Women's Artistic Team finished up their season at Region 3 Regional Championships in Lubbock, Texas the weekend of April 17, 2021. Madison H. finished her season and her Developmental Program career with a 1st place award and a Region 3 Champion title on flor. Madison graduates high school this spring and is on her next adventure in life. The Eagle Gymnastics staff is so thankful for all the years we've had Madison in this sport and as a member of our gym. We are so proud of you!

Ryan G. is finishing her level 9 season with some personal best performances on bars, vault, and floor! We are so proud of everything that Ryan accomplished this season and we are all looking forward to another great season next year!

Way to go Ladies!

icon05/01/2021 - WAG Region 3 Championships

Our Eagle Gymnastics level 7,8 &9 athletes competed at Regional Championships in Aurora, CO, Overland Park, KS and Lubbock, TX respectively throughout the month of April. Region 3 represented by athletes from 7 states: Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma & Wyoming.

Ryan and Madison represented Team Eagle in Lubbock, TX the weekend of April 15-18. After a rough start, Ryan (Jr 6) bounced back to place top 10 on floor with a personal best score. Senior Floor specialist Madison (Sr 8) became REGIONAL CHAMPION for the 3rd time in her competitive career. 

Lila represented Team Eagle in Kansas the weekend of April 23-24, while scoring personal bests on bars, beam, floor and AA for the season. After a disappointing vault rotation, she rallied back to finish top 5 on bars, beam & floor and top 10 AA.

Brynlee, Amelia, Lindsay and Emilia represented Team Eagle in Colorado the weekend of April 30- May 2. Brynlee (Jr C1) kicked the weekend off placing top 5 on vault, beam and AA. Amelia and Lindsay were up next in the Jr E3 division, where the girls placed 1-2 in the AA. Amelia also became REGION 3 CHAMPION on vault, bars & floor, while Lindsay stayed close taking top 5 on vault and beam. Emilia (Sr B3) rounded out the squad by nabbing 3rd on vault & AA.

Congratulations to our optional athletes who battled through quarantine, injuries, covid and colds to compete with the best in our Region. #eaglestrong#getitdone

icon05/14/2021 - Elite Challenge and VIP Classic Results

The end of May and into the beginning of June was a very busy, yet successful for the Tumbling and Trampoline Team on May 13-16th, they travelled to Birmingham, Alabama for the Elite Challenge, then they came back for a couple of weeks to prepare to go to Marion, Ohio the first weekend of June for the VIP Classic.

These two competitions were the first two Olympic trials for the Trampoline and first two selection events for the World Championships and the World Age Group Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan.

At the Elite Challenge, Eagle Gymnastics had one first place finish, two second place and third place podium finishes and 10 top other finishers. 

Hope Bravo- Tumbling Senior Elite- 1st place
Skye Hawk- Tumbling Youth Elite- 2nd place
Kaylana Dickson- Tumbling Level 10- 2nd place
Susan Gill- Tumbling Open Elite- 3rd place
Brandon Krzynefski- Tumbling Senior Elite- 3rd place

At the VIP Classic, this competition also had amazing results. The team had 21 top ten finishers, seven champions, three silver medalists and one bronze medalists. 

Isaac Rowley- Trampoline Senior Elite- 1st place (Olympic Trial)
Kaylana Dickson- Double Mini Level 10- 1st place
Cate Devlin- Trampoline Level 9- 1st place
Channing Kim- Trampoline Level 9- 1st place, Double Mini Level 8- 1st place, Tumbling Level 8- 2nd place
Shelby Cannon- Tumbling Level 8- 1st place
Susan Gill- Tumbling Open Elite- 2nd place
Maya Goode- Trampoline Level 9-  1st place
Kate Yeager- Trampoline Level 9- 2nd place
Rocki Cook- Tumbling Level 9- 3rd place

Good luck to all the athletes as they prepare for USA Gymnastics Championships in St. Louis at the end of the month.

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