Fraser: Alpine Aerials Gymnastics Meet results
On Saturday, May 1, the Grand Park Community Recreation Center and the Alpine Aerials Gymnastics Team hosted the 1st CARA Gymnastics meet of the 2010 Season.More than 100 girls competed at Compulsory Level 4 & 5 and Optional Level 1 – 4. The competition encompassed four events: floor exercise, balance beam, vault and uneven bars.The Alpine Aerials did well overall with many girls receiving ribbons for their efforts and the entire Optional team qualifying for Regional competition. Ribbons were awarded for first – sixth places.Numerous community members volunteered their time and talent to make this event possible.Results included:Skill Level C-4 and Age Group 7Sage Michel, 7th placeSkill Level C-4 and Age Group 8Anna Jenson, 6th placeNoel Malcom, 10th placeAlison Skare, 1st placeAbigail Smith, 11th placeSkill Level C-4 and Age Group 9Jessica Hoyhtya, 5th placeMorgan Shaw, 3rd placeSkill Level C-4 and Age Group 10Paige Romero, 3rd placeSkill Level C-4 and Age Group 11M. Schultz, 5th placeSkill Level C-5 and Age Group 7-9Taylor Ehlert, 11th placeJordan Emery, 9th placeEmily Jensen, 8th placeCassidy Mays, 1st placeS. Phillips, 2nd place Skill Level C-5 and Age Group 10Erin Emery, 5th placeD. Neiberger, 6th placeSierra Smith, 3rd placeSkill Level C-5 and Age Group 11V. Lahram, 3rd placeSkill Level C-5 and Age Group 12-18Sarah Brown, 3rd placeS. Lepage, 4th placeSkill Level o-1 and Age Group 7-10R. Peterson, 4th placeSkill Level 0-1 and Age Group 11K. Quinn, 2nd placeSkill Level 0-1 and Age Group 12N. Rhodes, 3rd placeSkill Level 0-1 and Age Group 13-14Daniel Keen, 3rd placeSkill Level 0-2 and Age Group 13-18Jennifer Curran, 1st placeJosie Quinn, 4th placeSkill Level 0-3 and Age Group Open B. Eatough, 2nd placeSkill Level 0-4 and Age Group OpenButrymovich, 4th placeA. Matney, 3rd place
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