4 place in season opener / Trampoline and tumbling

Four Ground Zero trampoline and tumbling team members placed at the Northwest Aerials Invitational, the season opener, in Kirkland Sunday, Jan. 28.

Allison Lovett led the way with wins in Level 5 trampoline and Level 3 tumbling; she was also third in Level 5 double mini.

Kaitlyn Rozycki was the Level 5 double mini champion and was second in Level 5 trampoline and tumbling.

Trevor Haskins, competing for the first time, captured second in Level 3 tumbling, third in Level 5 trampoline and fifth in Level 5 double mini.

Kaia Crebbin placed eighth in her only event, Level 6 trampoline.

Ground Zero will compete a the the Rock and Roll Meet Feb. 10 in Maple Valley.

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