CALGARY — The Red Deer Thunder Country Trampoline and Gymnastics Club captured the trampoline and double-mini trampoline (DMT) team titles and was second all-around at the Alberta provincial trampoline and tumbling championships during the weekend.
Kyle Soehn led the way, winning gold in both trampoline and double-mini trampoline (DMT) in the national senior men’s division while Keegan Soehn won the trampoline and was third in DMT in the national youth men’s category. It was the ninth straight year Keegan Soehn won the trampoline championship.
Amanda Martin won the trampoline and was second in DMT in the national novice 10-14 year-old women’s division while Amy Hawkings won the trampoline in the national novice 15-and-over women’s category.
Zach Blakely came home with three gold medals.
He won the provincial C trampoline and DMT and teamed with Spencer Hansen to capture the provincial C boys’ synchronized trampoline.
Alexandra Potter was a double gold medalist, winning the provincial C girls’ 10-and-under trampoline and DMT, and joined Brandalynn Muhlbeier to take third in the provincial C synchronized trampoline. She was also fourth in tumbling.
Caiden Cline finished second in provincial B trampoline and DMT and was fourth in tumbling.
Kalena Soehn and Madeline Potter combined to win the provincial B women’s synchronized trampoline title while Soehn placed second in the individual provincial B trampoline and sixth in DMT. Potter was third in DMT and seventh on the trampoline.
Spencer Hansen was second in the provincial C boys’ DMT and seventh on the trampoline.
Karalynn Idland and Tiffany Cottier took second in the provincial B women’s synchronized trampoline.
Other top 10 finishers were:
Morgan Akins, fourth national novice 15-and-over, fourth trampoline; Tiffany Cottier, provincial B, seventh trampoline and DMT; Pierson Kooman, provincial B, fifth tumbling, ninth DMT; Karalynn Idland, provincial B, sixth trampoline, 10th DMT; Brandalynn Muhlbeier, provincial C 11-and-over, seventh DMT, 10th trampoline.