Exalta wins trio of silvers in Calgary

The Red Deer Exelta Gymnastics Club had a pair of second-place finishes on the girls’ side and one in the boys’ division in the Kyle Shewfelt Gymnastics Festival during the weekend.

CALGARY — The Red Deer Exelta Gymnastics Club had a pair of second-place finishes on the girls’ side and one in the boys’ division in the Kyle Shewfelt Gymnastics Festival during the weekend.

Summer Littlechild won silver in the novice provincial 1 division and Hannah Bilsborrow took second in the open provincial 5 event while Kyle Jackson placed second in the 13-and-over men’s level 3 category.

Littlechild was second on the uneven bars and vault, third on the beam and fourth on the vault while Bilsborrow won the vault and was second on the bars and beam.

Jackson was second on the parallel bars and rings, tied for third on the high bar, was fifth on the pommel horse and tied for fifth on the floor and tied for sixth on the vault.

Paul Dan placed 10th in the 13-and-over men level 1 with a fourth on the rings.

The Exelta Club had three athletes in the top six in the men’s youth national event with Cooper Trepanier third, Alan Ng fifth and Dylan Patsula sixth.

Trepanier won the pommel horse, tied for second on the rings and high bar, was fourth on the vault and tied for fourth on the parallel bars.

Ng tied for second on the vault and was third on the floor and pommel horse while Patsula was fourth on the horse and rings, tied for fourth on the floor and was fifth on the high bar.

Jared Hoffman placed third in the 12-and-under men’s level 2 event while winning the parallel bars, finishing second on the pommel horse and vault, third on the rings and high bar and fifth on the floor.

Tahlysa Hanson placed fourth in the argo women’s provincial level 1 category with Kyra Gamelin 14th.

Hanson was fourth on the uneven bars, tied for fourth on the floor, and tied for fifth on the beam while Gamelin was fourth on the beam.

Brayden Lord finished fourth in the men’s 10-and-under level 1 competition as he won the floor exercise, was second on the high bar, tied for second on the rings and was fourth on the horse.

Mitchell Kalan was sixth and Paul Dan 10th in the 13-and-over men’s level 3 category.

Khan was third on the parallel bars and fifth on the horse and rings while Dan was fourth on the rings.

Lina Koller was seventh in the novice women’s provincial 4 division while taking third on the uneven bars.

Casey Patsula tied for 10th, Keara Slimmons tied for 14th and Ruby Butler tied for 16th in the argo provincial 2 category,

Molly Hall-Jarratt was 11th and Sydney Larsen 15th in the tyro provincial 2 event.

Hall-Jarratt won the vault and floor.

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