Pisko had pair of top five finishes at Alberta Cup

Carter Pisko had a pair of top five finishes for the Red Deer Exelta Gymnastics Club in the Alberta Cup trampoline and tumbling competition during the weekend,.

AIRDRIE — Carter Pisko had a pair of top five finishes for the Red Deer Exelta Gymnastics Club in the Alberta Cup trampoline and tumbling competition during the weekend,.

Pisko won the provincial 2 double-mini trampoline (DMT) while taking fourth in the provincial 3 trampoline.

Tess McLachlin took second in the national level DMT and 10th in provincial 4 tumbling while Erika Blair was second in the provincial 3 trampoline and sixth in provincial 4 DMT.

Paige Tiegs placed third in provincial 1 tumbling, seventh in DMT and ninth on the trampoline while Karys Zirk was fourth in provincial 1 tumbling and 10 in DMT.

Mickayla Murray was fifth in the national level trampoline and eighth in DMT.

Loami Rautenbach placed seventh in the provincial 1 trampoline while Lucas Muirhead took seventh in the provincial 1 trampoline and Savanna Chanminaraj eighth in provincial 2 tumbling and ninth in provincial 3 trampoline.

Just Posted

Funding down for Red Deer Christmas charities

Food hampers and toys for children going out to those in need

UPDATED: Delburne man found not guilty in connection with 2016 fatal rollover

Daniel Wayne Newsham had been on trial for manslaughter

Loan officer accused of $1 million fraud to plead guilty

Accused allegedly forged customer names to get loans while working at Sylvan Lake bank

Red Deer to get new plan to end homelessness as problem persists

Despite some successes there’s ‘a long way to go,’ says manager

‘A stronger Alberta:’ Ottawa announces $1.6B for Canada’s oil and gas sector

Ottawa is spending $1.6 billion to help struggling energy companies stay afloat,… Continue reading

UPDATED: Delburne man found not guilty in connection with 2016 fatal rollover

Daniel Wayne Newsham had been on trial for manslaughter

Chabot scores overtime winner to lift Senators over Predators 4-3

OTTAWA — Thomas Chabot saw an opening and he took it. And… Continue reading

Canadian Marielle Thompson earns World Cup ski cross bronze in season opener

AROSA, Switzerland — Canada’s Marielle Thompson captured bronze at the opening World… Continue reading

Canada doesn’t make Oscars short list for best foreign language film

LOS ANGELES — Canada is no longer in the running for best… Continue reading

Warrant issued for arrest of ‘Schwimmer lookalike’ suspect

LONDON — A British judge has issued an arrest warrant for an… Continue reading

Moneywise: Canadian workers unhappy with pay, want pension plans

Many working Canadians are feeling underpaid and are so worried about their… Continue reading

Brazil police say faith healer has turned himself in

RIO DE JANEIRO — A celebrity faith healer accused of sexually abusing… Continue reading

B.C. hockey coach creates ‘gear library’ to remove cost barrier of sport

VANCOUVER — Nicola Froese says she has always loved playing sports, but… Continue reading

Canada’s Kim McRae finishes seventh at luge World Cup in Lake Placid, N.Y.

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. — Canada’s Kim McRae finished in seventh place at… Continue reading

Most Read