Ground Zero athletes collect multiple 1st-place medals

Oak Harbor members of the Ground Zero team posted impressive results over the weekend.

Island athletes collected 11 firsts in the overall rankings (regardless of age or gender) at the Seattle Invitational at Magnuson Park Saturday, Feb. 2.

Annalise Wesley was first in Level 2 trampoline, double mini and tumbling tie).

Trevor Haskins also collected three firsts: Level 6 trampoline and double mini and Level 4 tumbling.

Izzy Renn was first in Level 3 trampoline and Level 4 double mini and second in Level 3 tumbling.

Kaitlyn Rozycki took the top spot in Level 7 trampoline and Level 6 double mini.

Gabby Renn finished first in Level 3 trampoline and third in Level 2 tumbling.

Autumn Bradby placed second in Level 4 trampoline and double mini and third in Level 5 tumbling.

Allison Lovett was second in Level 6 double mini and third in Level 6 trampoline and Level 4 tumbling.

Ari Crist took second in Level 4 trampoline and third in Level 3 tumbling.

Tempy Troyer did not place in the overall standings but was second in Level 5 double mini and fourth in Level 4 trampoline and tumbling in the 11-12 girls age group.

In the Xcel competition, Eva Bazar was fourth in vault, sixth on bars and seventh all around in the Silver Level.

Jordyn Lovett placed 10th in the vault, beam and all around in the Gold Level.

At the Seattle Open in Everett Sunday, Feb. 3, Ashlynn Mahelona was first in floor; second in vault, bars and all around; and sixth on beam at Level 5.

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