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Champions crowned at Valentine’s meet
Moving and Grooving’s Island Flyers tumbling and trampoline team competed in the Valentine’s meet Saturday, Feb. 14, in Mount Vernon and brought home 11 individual championships.
Amelia Berner and Kelly Gruenwald won all three events they entered, while teammates Hannah Barnes and Amaya Rittierodt were both two-time champions.
Lauren Aspery won her division in the trampoline competition.
Juliet Aspery finished in the top five in all three of her events and in her first meet ever, Lilly Hammitt won two second place awards and finished third on trampoline.
The team’s next competition is Saturday, March 7, in Kirkland.
Amelia Berner — 1. Level 6 tumbling, 1. Level 5 trampoline, 1. Level 6 double mini.
Juliet Aspery — 5. Level 5 tumbling, 4.Level 5 trampoline, 2. Level 5 double mini.
Lauren Aspery — 2. Level 4 tumbling, 1. Level 5 trampoline, 5. Level 5 double mini.
Hannah Barnes — 1. Level 4 tumbling, 1. Level 4 trampoline, 5. Level 5 double mini.
Amaya Rittierodt — 5. Level 5 tumbling, 1. Level 3 trampoline, 1. Level 4 double mini.
Kelly Gruenwald — 1. Level 3 tumbling, 1. Level 3 trampoline, 1. Level 3 double mini.
Lilly Hammitt — 2. Level 3 tumbling, 3. Level 3 trampoline, 2.Level 3 double mini.
Oak Harbor AAU hoop team places second
The weekend of Feb. 14 through Feb. 16 was a great step in the right direction for the Oak Harbor girls AAU basketball program.
The eighth grade AAU girls played in the Stanwood President Day Classic, where they finished in second place. The only loss was to an elite team from Eastern Washington in the championship round.
The loss on Monday night was by only 14 points, which was a good effort considering the same elite team beat other teams Oak Harbor’s bracket by 30 to 40 points in every game.
All of the girls stepped up and did a wonderful job in the tournament and they have been working hard for the past three years to get where they are today.
A great job was also turned in by the team’s two coaches, head coach William Roberts CMO-10/VQ-2 and assistant Christian Curtain.