Thunder Country members win double gold

Eight members of the Red Deer Thunder Country Trampoline and Tumbling Club were double gold medalists at the Thunder Country invitational meet at CUC in Lacombe during the weekend.

Eight members of the Red Deer Thunder Country Trampoline and Tumbling Club were double gold medalists at the Thunder Country invitational meet at CUC in Lacombe during the weekend.

Kyle Soehn won the trampoline and double-mini trampoline (DMT) in the national senior men’s division while Zachary Blakely won both titles in the national novice 11-14 year-old men’s division and Alexandra Potter in the provincial A women’s category.

Kalena Soehn and Madeline Potter combined to win the synchronized trampoline title in the national novice 11-14 year-old women’s division.

Soehn also won the DMT with Potter second and Potter captured the trampoline crown with Soehn second.

Logan Chaput captured the provincial A men’s trampoline and DMT and teamed with Sam Peters to take second in the synchronized trampoline.

Peters was second in both the trampoline and DMT.

Evan and Calvin Burton won the provincial B men’s synchronized trampoline while Evan captured the DMT title and was second on the trampoline.

Evan was second in DMT and fourth on the trampoline.

Ashton Henfrey won the provincial C men’s trampoline and DMT and was second in synchronized trampoline with Everett Dool, who was third on the trampoline.

In the provincial C women’s division, Maria Crichton won the trampoline and was third in DMT while Isabelle MacPherson won the DMT.

Lauren Howse and Melissande Perron combined to win the provincial C synchronized trampoline title while Perron was third in DMT and fourth on the trampoline.

Howse placed fourth in DMT.

Jordan Smith and Laura Arnusch were third in the provincial B synchronized trampoline with Smith taking second in the DMT.

Evan Koster finished fourth in the provincial B DMT.

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