Exelta records big weekend at provincials

The Red Deer Exelta Gymnastics Club picked up six medals and recorded 21 top 10 finishes at the Alberta provincial trampoline and tumbling championships during the weekend.

CALGARY — The Red Deer Exelta Gymnastics Club picked up six medals and recorded 21 top 10 finishes at the Alberta provincial trampoline and tumbling championships during the weekend.

Mickayla Murray won up a pair of bronze medals, finishing third in the provincial B trampoline and the provincial D tumbling.

Mark Armstrong, who has qualified for the Canadian championships, placed second in the novice 15-and-over double-mini trampoline (DMT) while taking fourth on the trampoline.

Mackenzie Crozman finished second in the provincial A trampoline and fifth on the DMT while Andrew Armstrong was third in the provincial B trampoline to go with a sixth in provincial B DMT and ninth in provincial D tumbling. Tess McLaughlin also finished in the medals, taking third in the provincial B DMT. She was also eighth in provincial C tumbling.

Other top 10 finishers were:

Isabelle Keller, provincial B, 10th DMT; Sabrina Chanminaraj, provincial B, eighth DMT; Tatyanna Murray, provincial A, fitth trampoline; Rhian Gordon-Eddy, provincial C, fifth DMT; provincial D, sixth tumbling; Erika Blair, provincial C, 10th DMT; Logan Chaput, provincial D, fourth tumbling; provincial C, sixth trampoline and DMT. Alex Munn, provincial C, ninth DMT.

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