Louis earns berth on Team Alberta

Meghan Louis of the Red Deer Exelta Gymnastics Club earned a berth on Team Alberta for the third year in a row to compete in the Canadian artistic gymnastic championships.

Meghan Louis of the Red Deer Exelta Gymnastics Club earned a berth on Team Alberta for the third year in a row to compete in the Canadian artistic gymnastic championships.

Louis, who is from Ponoka, placed sixth all-round in the national open division at the provincial championships in Brooks.

She won the vault while finishing sixth on the bars, seventh on the floor and 13th on the beam.

Alix Sutherland was 14th in the division while taking seventh on the bars.

Erika Pearson, competing in the national novice division, placed eighth all-round while taking fifth on the vault, seventh on the beam and eighth on the bars and floor.

Meanwhile, Kyla Jepson and Brooke Antonsen both captured medals in the all-round.

Jepson was second in the provincial 5 novice division while taking second on the bars, beam and floor and fourth on the vault.

Antonsen was third while winning the beam, taking third on the floor, fourth on the vault and ninth on the bars,

Other top 10 results were:

P2 novice: Brooke Boyd, eighth bars.

P3 open: Summer Anderson, fifth floor, eighth bars, 10th vault, 10th all-round.

P4 tyro: Kaelan Hayter, fourth vault and beam, eighth floor, 10th bars, eighth all-round. Hannah Bilsborrow, seventh beam, eighth floor, ninth vault and bars, 10th all-round.

P4 novice: Julia Plain, 10th beam.

P5 open: Kayla Boyd, fifth vault, beam and floor, seventh bars, sixth all-round. Kelly Teubert, sixth floor, seventh beam and vault, eighth bars, seventh all-round.

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