Murray a double winner for Exelta

Mickayla Murray was a double winner for the Red Deer Exelta Gymnastics Club at the Phoenix Invitational trampoline and tumbling meet and the third trials to the nationals during the weekend.

Mickayla Murray was a double winner for the Red Deer Exelta Gymnastics Club at the Phoenix Invitational trampoline and tumbling meet and the third trials to the nationals during the weekend.

Murray won the women’s novice double-mini trampoline (DMT) and the trampoline while finishing eighth in the provincial C tumbling.

Savanna Chanminaraj won the women’s provincial D tumbling while taking second in the provincial C trampoline and fifth in the DMT.

Erika Blair won the women’s provincial C tumbling while finishing fourth in provincial A DMT.

Mackenzie Crozman came in second in the novice 15-and-over DMT while Ben Bilsborrow took second in the provincial C DMT and fifth in provincial D tumbling.

Tess McLachlin placed second in the women’s provincial A trampoline while Carter Pisko was fourth in the men’s provincial C trampoline and eighth in provincial D tumbling.

• Meanwhile the Exelta Club had five girls at the Ed Vincent Invitational artistic meet during the weekend.

Kaelan Hayter placed third and Kyla Jepson fifth overall in the national open level.

Hayter was second on the bars and floor, third on the vault and fourth on the beam while Jepson took third on the vault, fourth on the floor and fifth on the bars and beam.

Summer Littlechild placed 10th overall in the provincial 1 novice and tyro level while finishing eighth on the bars and beam and 10th on the vault and floor.

In the P1 argo division, Tahlysa Hanson was 11th and Kyra Gamelin 13th.

Hanson was seventh on the vault while Gamelin was 10th.

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