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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.

icon04/30/2021 - Regional Championships for Tumbling and Trampoline Team

On April 30th to May 2nd the Eagle Tumbling and Trampoline Team competed at Region 3 Championships in Fort Worth, Texas. Eagle sent a total of 52 athletes to compete against from all over Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. The team had a great showing coming home with sixteen Regional Champions, fifteen silver medalists, fourteen bronze finishes and 45 other top 10 finishes. 

Finally, congratulations to Drew Collins, Eagle's Elite Tumbler and Competitive Eagle coach, was awarded an Academic Scholarship from the Regional Committee. Only a select few are awarded this opportunity, and we are so proud of him for his achievements. 

icon06/26/2021 - Tumbling and Trampoline Team Earn Four Spots on National Team

Congratulations to the Tumbling and Trampoline Team for the best showing at the USA Championships over the week of June 22-27th in St. Louis! These athletes hard work and dedication were evident in their routines and results from their biggest competition of the season and we are so proud of them!

After a week long competition, Eagle Gymnastics is so proud to announce so many amazing results for all the Level 8 through Elite athletes. By the end of the meet, Eagle Gymnastics is also proud to announce that we will have four of our athletes represent USA at various competitions as National Team Members. 
Hope Bravo- Tumbling 
Drew Collins- Tumbling
Isaac Rowley- Trampoline
Weston Sitz- Double Mini Trampoline

More fantastic results:
Grace Encalade: 6th place Level 8 trampoline in the 11-12 age group division
Ellie Bridge: Top 30 in Level 8 trampoline in the 13-14 age group
Rocki Cook: 2nd place Level 8 Double Mini, 13-14 age group, and top 15 in Level 9 Tumbling 
Channing Kim: 3rd place in Level 8 Double Mini, 11-12 age group, 4th place in Level 9 trampoline
Kate Arakawa: 5th place Youth Elite in Trampoline in the 13-14 year age group, top 25 in Level 8 tumbling and in the 13-14 year age group is a 2021-2022 Elite Development Trampoline Team Member
Shelby Cannon: 3rd place Level 8 Tumbling in 15 and older age group

Congratulations, we are so proud of all of you and to our coaches that worked with each athlete- Jared Olsen, Isaac Rowley and Drew Collins.

icon07/09/2021 - Results at Stars and Stripes Championships for Tumbling and Trampoline

During the weekend of July 8-10, 2021, the Level 5-7 Eagle Gymnastics Tumbling and Trampoline team travelled to Salt Lake City, Utah for the Stars and Stripes Championships. This competition was the last competition of the season, and the athletes all went out on the highest way that they could.

The team came home with three gold winners and 6 other top 6 placements. After competing with athletes from all over the country, Team Eagle athletes left not only with fantastic results, but also memories with their teammates that will last a lifetime. The top medalists include: Tatum Underwood, Emma Coulter, Landon Bell, Quinn McCraw, Cameron Walton and Grace Encalade. 

Tatum Underwood: 1st place Level 6 trampoline, 13-14 age group, 1st place Level 7 Double mini
Landon Bell: 5th place Level 6 trampoline, 9-10 year age group, 4th place Level 5 Double Mini
Emma Coulter: 6th place Level 6 trampoline, 11-12 year age group, 5th place Level 6 Double Mini, Top 10 Level 6 Tumbling
Quinn McCraw: 3rd place Level 6 tumbling, 9-10 year age group, 1st place Level 7 Double Mini, top10 Level 7 trampoline
Cam Walton: 4th place Level 7 Double Mini, 11-12 age group
Grace Encalade: 6th place Level 7 Double Mini, 11-12 age group, Top 15 Level 6 tumbling
Kayla Lynn: Top 25 Level 6 Trampoline, 11-12 age group
Ruby Wagoner: Top 15 Level 6 trampoline, 11-12 age group, top 10 level 6 double mini

Congratulations on an amazing season, we are so proud of all of you!

icon07/24/2021 - Talent Opportunity Program for Eagle Gymnasts

On Saturday, July 24, 2021 two of Eagle Gymnastics Academy girls team members participated in Tops Testing. Tops stands for Tops Opportunity Program and has been used as a tool over 25 years to find and nurture talent within USA Gymnastics. Athletes age 7-10 years perform 6 physical abilities tests (rope, let lifts, handstand holds, cast handstands, press handstands and flexibility), along with skill sequences on 4 events (vault, bars, beam, floor). 

This summer, Elise (9 years) was able to knock out perfect scores on rope climb, leg lifts, handstand holds and beam. Her teammate, Maliah (8 years) maxed out on handstand holds and presses. We are so proud of all the extra work these athletes have done over the past year and hope to see them qualify to National Testing in early October. 

icon09/18/2021 - Rising Star Success

Eagle Gymnastics Level 2,3,4 & 5 team competed at Rising Star in Frisco, TX this past weekend on September 18-19,2021. Level 2,3 claimed 1st place for medium team and Level 4's placed 2nd for medium team in their division. 

Our Level 2s did amazing with Anastasia G. with the highest  AA score with a 37.325 coming in 2nd with the highest AA score was Piper Q. with a score of 37.075 and Ella H. came in taking 3rd with the highest AA score of 36.725.

On Saturday, Vivian K. (Jr A) competed the first session of the meet and placed 1st place on vault, 3rd on beam and 3rd AA with a score of 37.150. Abby L. (Sr A) came in 1st place on vault and 1st on floor and 2nd AA with a score of 37.125. Camryn D. (Jr C) placed 2nd on beam, floor and AA with a score of 36.400. 

On Sunday,  Harper K. (Jr B) and Maliah L. (Jr A) both placed 1st on vault with a score of 9.00. Harper also placed 2nd on beam and took 2nd in her division for AA with a score of 36.175. Maliah also placed 3rd in her division for AA wiht a score of 36.125.

Overall, the girls did really amazing this past weekend. There were some up and downs, but the girls pulled it off and performed their best. Next up is the Level 2,3 & 5 groups will be competing at the Judges Cup on October 3rd. Good luck! Go Eagle!

icon10/09/2021 - Eagle Athletes earn District Championship Titles

On October 9-10, 2021 our Level 3 girls team competed at District Championships in Plano, TX. It was a tough competition and the girls had a very strong showing earning 6 District titles and placing 3rd as a team. 

In the Jr. Division, Vivian (A) earned the District Title on beam and placed 2nd all around and third on floor. Camryn (D) earned the District title on beam and placed 2nd on beam and placed 2nd on floor and all around and Danielle (D) placed 4th on beam with 9.075,

In the Sr. Division,  Abby (A) earned the District Champion title on vault and floor, and placed 2nd on bars, beam and the all around. Teammate, Kennedy (A) placed 4th on vault with a 9.0 and Loki (B) placed third on beam with 9.3. Aspen (C) earned the District Title on bars and floor, and placed 2nd on beam and 4th AA. Ava (C) placed 4th on beam and 6th AA. Isabella rounded out the competition in the achievement division and did well to finish her season. Congratulations. 

icon10/15/2021 - Boys Team Getting Ready for The Season

Our athletes are very busy getting ready for their competitive season. On October 15, 2021, our boys team had an Inter Squad with the three teams, consisting of level 4-10 athletes competing against each other. The goal was to show as many new skills from that week, or day, as possible. The boys truly became each other's hype man and the leadership and excitement was as amazing as the new skills learned! Between the three teams, the boys showed off 42 new skills!

Congratulations boys, your coaches are so proud of you!

icon10/16/2021 - Girls Team at District Championships

The Level 2 and 4 teams earned 1st place at District Championships on October 16-17th and we want to wish our Level 4 team the best of luck at North State Championships on October 23rd. Best of Luck!

icon10/24/2021 - Texas State Clinic For Tumbling Team

On October 24, 2021, the Level 1-4 Tumbling and Trampoline team attended the Texas State Clinic on Sunday, October 24, 2021 in preparation for their competitive season. The level 5 to Elite group of athletes will attend their clinic in December. 

icon10/30/2021 - Level 4 Eagle Athletes Punch Ticket to State!

On October 30-31, 2021, our Level 4 girls team competed at North State in Rockwall, Texas. With spots to compete at State on the line, the girls showed up in a big way with all five of our athletes qualifying for State Championships!

The weekend started off with the Sr. C1 division with Ella B. taking 2nd on beam with a 9.3. Emma G. and Reghan S., were up next. Emma (Sr A2) earning a 9.6 on floor tied her for 1st and placing her 4th AA in her age group. Reghan (Sr A3) dominated vault taking home North State title with a 9.375 and placing 2nd on bars with a 9.725, overall taking 3rd place all around for her age group. 

Saturday's competition rounded out with Harper K. Harper (Jr. C1) earned her North State title on beam with a 9.525 and overall placing 2nd all around with a 37.1. Our fifth and final athlete to compete this weekend was Maliah L. Maliah (Jr. A3) celebrated Halloween by taking home not one but two North State titles. One being on beam earning a 9.6 and the other being first all around with a 38.025, her score being the highest all around score of the season!

All five athletes will be competing in the State Championships coming up on November 20-21st in Denton, Texas! Congratulations ladies and good luck at State! 

icon10/16/2021 - World Age Group Camp for Tumbling and Trampoline Team

USA World Age Group team members, Skyelar H,, Susan G., and Weston S., had their verification camp on October 15-18, 2021 in Mountain Lakes, NJ in preparation for World Age Group competition in Baku, Azerbajan on November 23-29, 2021

During the camp, the three of them trained with the rest of the Team USA and were coached by the team USA coaches which will be coaching them in Azerbajan. Camp consisted of five training sessions and a mock competition throughout the 4 days. All three athletes performed extremely well and showed that they are ready for competition. At the end of the camp, the athletes received their official team USA apparel and they look great. . 

icon11/06/2021 - Level 3 North State Championships

On November 6-7, 2021, our level 3 girls team competed at North State Championships

The weekend kicked off with Aspen P. (Sr. B1) and Ava A. (Sr B2). Aspen scored a 9.275, placing her 3rd and rounding out her All Around score at 36.750 placing her5th! Our next session up was Sr. A1 with Abby L. an Loki K.. Abby dominated her meet scoring a 9.625 on bars placing her 3rd, a 9.5on beam placing her second, and finishing out with a 37.725 all around placing her second! Loki scored a 9.5 as well on beam and took the second place podium alongside Abby. Kennedy C. was next in the Jr. C3 age division scoring a 9.6 on bars that took 5th place. 

Camryn D. (Jr B3) and Danielle H. (Jr. B2) rounded out Saturday's competition. Camryn scoring a 9.625 on bars and taking  home the silver medal. While Dani scored a 9.3  on a beautiful floor routine taking home 6th place. 

Vivian K. (Jr A1) started out Sunday morning with a bang scoring big on all four of her events. Taking home 5t on vault with a 9.4, as well as on beam with a 9.675. Vivian also took home 4th on floor with a 9.6 and 4th in the all around with a 38.25. 

Congratulations ladies on a  successful North State Championships!

icon11/14/2021 - First Place Team Awards for Eagle Gymnastics Women's Team

On November 14, 2021, our Level 2, 3 and 4 girls team competed at Hillenberg for their Achievement State Competition in San Antonio, Texas.

Sunday began with our Level 2 girls team. Anastasia G. scored a 9.65 on beam and a 9.725 on floor, both earning her gold and rounding out her All Around at 38.4 which also placed first. Teammate, Ella H. also rocked her competition earning a 9.625 on floor and placing 3rd all around with a  38.075. Destiny also was a little floor queen and placed 3rd on the event with a 9.6. Emilie S. took home a tie for third on bars and beam with a 9.75 on bars and a 9.525 on beam. Sofia G. rocked vault and bars placing 3rd on each with a 9.4 on vault and 9.75 on bars. Each level 2 worked so hard all season to dominate the last competition for the Fall bring home FIRST PLACE team for the medium sized team! 

Next up for the day was our Level 3 team with Camryn D. (Jr A) rocking the house placing 1st on bars (9.625) and floor (9.625) as well as placing 2nd on beam with a 9.35. All rounding out to a  37.325 and placing her first all around! Vivi K. shared the podium with Camryn placing 2nd on all her events with a 9.0 on vault, 9.275 on bars, and 9.4 on floor and she took home gold on beam with a 9.475 routine. She took silver in the All Around with a 37.15. The first three spots were taken over by Eagle for the session on beam with Dani H. earning 3rd place with a  9.1 routine. 

Our next session was with Miss Kennedy C. (Jr B) placing 4th on floor with a 9.05 and finishing out 5th in All Around. The last session of Level 3's was Abby L., Loki K,. and Ava A. (Sr). Loki pulled out a 9.175 on beam placing her 3rd, a 9.1 on floor placing her 2nd and finishing out with a  36.15 placing her 2nd all around. Loki also tied for 3rd on bars with fellow teammate Ava A., both receiving a 9.325. Ava also scored a 9.25 on beam placing her 2nd. Our girl Abby L, dominated her competition placing 1st on all events earning a 9.25 on vault, 9.7 on bars, 9.575 on beam, 9.525 on floor all adding up to the highest all around score of  the session with a 38.05. Our Level 3's  placed FIRST in the Medium Man Team! 

Last session of the day brought our level 4 Achievement girls, Julia R. and Vada R. Vada stuck each of her routines calling for a successful day and placing 5th on beam with a 9.225. Julia also stuck all of her routines placing 3rd on vault with a 8.7 and 1st on bars with a 9.175. She also earned the GOLD in All Around with a 36.025. 

Congratulations ladies on all your hard work this season and your well deserved STATE TITLES! 

icon11/17/2021 - Team USA Earns Silver Medal at World Championships

Competing in his 4th World Championships, Eagle athlete, Isaac Rowley had an incredible showing at World Championships. Isaac placed 21st in preliminary competition and moved up to 13th place in Semi-Finals! Isaac also competed in the Synchro Competition and placed 12th!

On the final day of competition, the Team All Around Competition was held and Isaac was chosen to compete as the highest scoring athlete from the USA on trampoline. Team USA knocked it out of the park and took Silver! Congratulations Isaac!

icon11/20/2021 - Eagle Athletes earn 3 Titles at Level 4 State Championships

On November 20-21, 2021, our Level 4 girls team competed at State Championships in Denton, Texas!

State Competition kicked off with Ella B. (Sr C3) on Saturday morning. Ella showed out on beam and floor this weekend earning a 9.150 and taking 4th place on balance beam and scoring a 9.3 on floor earning her 5th in the state for her age division. 

Emma G. and Reghan S. (Sr A4) were up in the next session. Reghan had a fantastic meet earning herself a 38.225 All Around and taking home 3rd place in the State for her age division! Reghan S. also earned a 9.7 on bars taking home the silver medal and a 9.6 on beam taking home bronze. Emma G. also dominated her state weekend taking home the gold medal and the title of State Champion on beam with 9.750 and on floor with a 9.6! 

Harper K. (Jr C2) was the last session of the day on Saturday. Harper scored a 9.3 on bars placing her 7th in the state for her age group! Sunday morning Maliah L. (Jr A3) competed for her state title taking home gold and earning the State Champion title on beam with a 9.675 routine! Maliah tied for 4th in the all around with a 37.725!

Congratulations ladies on your new State Titles and a successful State Competition weekend! 

icon11/12/2021 - National Members travel to Baku, Azerbaijan with great results

Eagle Gymnastics Academy had five athletes and one coach participate in the World Trampoline Gymnastics Championships and World Age Group Competition during the month of November in Baku, Azerbaijan. 

Isaac R, Hope B and Coach Jared traveled with Team USA for five days of training camp from November 11-15, 2021 in the city of Baku and then World Championships started immediately following the training from November 16-21, 2021.

Hope and Isaac were to compete on the first day of competition, unfortunately Hope had to pull out of the competition due to an injury on her last day of training. Isaac gathered himself together and competed two fantastic routines which qualified him into the individual trampoline semi-final in 21st place and the top 24 from the preliminary round qualify into the semifinal round. The following day, Isaac competed in the synchronized trampoline competition with his partner Elijah, who trains out of Colorado, where they finished just out of the finals in 12th place. 

On November 20th, Isaac then competed in the individual semi-final where he put together one of his best routines in a competition. After the two rounds of semi finals were over, Isaac finished in 13th place, the top scoring USA trampoline athlete at Worlds.  Because of his top placement among the USA athletes on trampoline, Isaac earned a spot to compete in the all-around team final the USA team qualified in 2nd place just behind Russia. The next day, Sunday, was the final day of competition where Isaac and team USA performed great routines on all events and ended up winning the silver medal just one point behind Russia and Great Britain bringing home the bronze medal. 

On November 22nd, Isaac, Hope and Coach Jared, and the rest of the World Championship team were heading home, but the USA World Age Group team, consisting of Team athletes Weston S, Susan G and Skyelar H. were just starting their journey to Baku, Azerbaijan. They arrived in Baku on the 23rd and had a couple of days of training and then started their competition on Thursday, November 25th- Thanksgiving Day. 

Weston and Susan competed double-mini on this Turkey Day with Susan competing first. Susan completed her two routines in the preliminary rounds but with an unfortunate mistake in her first routine which resulted her in finishing in 19th place and short of her personal goal of making it into the final rounds. Weston competed his two terrific routines that qualified him into the finals later on that same night. Weston had a few hours of break and refueling and the competed two more stellar routines which put him in a very respectable 6th place among the 17-21 year old double-mini men athletes. 

The following day, November 26th, it was Susan's turn to compete in tumbling. She was also in the 17-21 year old group which is a very strong group of young women and some tough competition. Susan completed two brilliant passes, scoring her highest tumbling total in her competitive career, which put her in 14th place in the World.

On the last and final day of competition, Skye competed in tumbling in the 13-14 year old age group. Skye had two phenomenal routines in the preliminary round to qualify her into the finals. In finals, the athletes only compete one pass, and she completed her last routine to her feet earning her 6th among the top 13-14 age tumblers in the World! 

Overall, it was a great competition experience for all of our Team Eagle athletes where they made friends and memories to last a lifetime. 

icon12/11/2021 - Optionals Kick off Competition Season!

This past weekend, December 11, 2021, Eagle hosted the Optional Mock Meet to prepare our girls for their upcoming season!

A few highlights from our Level 6's were Carsen H. earning a 8.85 on floor along with Emmeline P. earning a 9.4 as well on floor. Paige M. scoring a 9.125 on beam and Alyssa V. earning a 9.1 on vault!

Our Level 7's and 8's kicked off their season strong as well. Maycie N. earned a 9.025 on beam and a 9.1 on floor. Elise M. scored a 9.1 on bars and a 9.025 on floor. As well as Zaria V. earning a 9.350 on floor! Each of our Level 7's earned a 35 all around score or higher! For our Level 8's, Emilia A. earned a 9.050 on floor, Amelia F. scored a 9.275 on vault as well as floor. Our bar queen, Taryn executed a beautiful routine earning a 9.55!

Last but most certainly not least, was our Rockstar Level 10, Ryan G. who finished out her first meet as a Level 10 extremely strong! Earning a 8.6 on vault and a 8.9 on beam!

Our girls and coaches got wonderful feedback from the judges and are now ready to dominate their season! Good luck at competition ladies!

icon01/08/2022 - Friends of Achievers Meet for Boys Team

On January 8-9, 2022, our boys team started the year off with a great competition at the Friends of Achievers Invitational in Denton.

Our Level 3 boys took 1st place with Cayson leading the way in the 8 and under age group earning three 1st place finishes on events and taking 2nd place all around. Also, in the 8U group was Jake who earned 3rd place on rings, parallel bars and the all around. Teammate Asher also had a strong showing on rings. 

Competing in the 9 year old division,  Edwin earned 2nd on floor helping the team finish 1st. 

Our level 4 boys had a tough competition, finishing 3rd place led by Carson D. in the 10-11 year age group, who placed 1st on 4 events and 3rd on vault and 1st place in the all around. Teammate Yuva finished 2nd all around behind Carson with a 1st place finish on pommels, 2nd on rings and parallel bars, and 3rd on vault. Also contributing to the team score, were teammates, Lucas (8-9 years) with strong showings on parallel bars and high bar, and Travis (12 year old age group) who finished 7th on pommels and 9th on high bar. 

The Level 5 team, consisting of Aeden, Camden, Mason, Mathew, John and Wyatt won 1st place team out of 7 teams and beating the 2nd place team by 7 points. The level 5 team had an amazing showing with 12 first place finishes, 5 second place finishes, and 7 third place finishes. 

The Level 7 team of Zach and Parker finished in the top 6 in their age groups and Zach earned 1st place on rings and vault. The level 8 team compete in the same age group of age 12 years of age and older, and also earned the 1st place award led by Simon who place first on every event except floor and vault. Aiden placed 2nd on pommels and high bar and 5th in the all around. Peyton placed 2nd on rings and 4th on vault.

With only two athletes, our level 9 could not qualify for team competition, but did great in the 13 and older age group, with Ryland placing 1st on floor, 4th on pommels and all around and Tyler placing 2nd on floor and rings and earning 1st on parallel bars, high bar and all around. 

Our level 10 boys used this meet to prepare for the tough season ahead and competed strong on all events, earning first place for the team. In the 16-17 age group, Caleb and Kaeden had very consistent competition with Caleb earning 2nd on five events, and first on floor and all around. Kaeden placed 3rd on four events, 1st on pommels and high bar and finished 2nd all around. In the 18-19 age group, Francisco, led the way taking 2nd place on 5 events and 1st all around. Teammates Chase, Max and Matt finished close behind him with Chase in second on rings, high bar and all around. Max placed 1st on vault, high bar and 3rd all around and Matthew placed 3rd on pommels, and 5th on floor and all around. Jack's strong event is pommels and he had the high score again, with 12.1 taking first place in the competition. 

Congratulations Boys, and good luck at your next competition in Houston later this month.  

icon01/15/2022 - Texas Prime Competition a Success

The girls team kicked off their 2022 season this pas weekend, January 14-16, 2022 at the Texas Prime Competition at the Irving Convention Center. 

From Level 3 to Level 10, Eagle Gymnastics stayed busy. Ryan G. competed in her first meet at Level 10 and successfully participated in all four events. 

Our level 7's competed Saturday morning and brought home some medals. Elise M. tied with a 36.65 all around score. Zaria V. competed in her first meet in almost two years and rocked it. Tying for 3rd on vault with a 9.425 and placing 2nd on floor with a 9.575! Saniyah J. took home the gold medal on beam with a 9.350.

The level 8 girls competed in the next session also collecting some medals. Amelia F. scored the 1st place position on bars with a 9.325 as well as beam with a 9.60! Overall finishing with a 36.50 all around that placed her in 2nd place. Emilia A. tied for 2nd on floor with a 9.325 and Taryn also tied for 2nd on beam with a 9.05. 

The last session of the night on Saturday brought out Level 4's and 5's. Many of these girls were competing a new level for the first time. Camryn, Vivian, and Abby all competed Level 4 for the first time. Abby L. rocked her meet placing 3rd on bars with a 9.05, 2nd on floor with a 9.5 and first on beam with a 9.425, finishing all around with a 36.625 and placing 2nd in her division. Julia and Vada also had a successful session taking home gold and silver on beam, Ella, Emma, Maliah and Reaghan all competed Level 5 for the first time this weekend as well. Ella scored a 9.15 on beam tying for 1st in her division. 

Sunday our Level 6's , Carsen H. and Alyssa V. competed. Alyssa earned a 9.125 on vault and Carsen scored a 9.15 on bars showing improvements already from the mock meet last month! 

The last session brought our Level 3's Ava, Kennedy, Loki, an Isabella. Ava A. earned a 8.8 on beam placing her 3rd in her division! 

Overall, the weekend was successful and was an eye opener for the girls to put in some work for the rest of the season! 

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