Ground Zero off to impressive start / Trampoline and tumbling

Oak Harbor members of the Ground Zero trampoline and tumbling team claimed nine firsts in the opening match of the season at the Frosty Frolic Tournament Saturday, Jan. 5, in Maple Valley.

Annalise Wesley (level 2 trampoline and double mini), Kaitlyn Rozyki (level 6 trampoline), Trevor Haskins (level 6 double mini), Izzy Renn (level 4 double mini) and Gabby Renn (level 3 trampoline) all ranked first in overall placement regardless of age or gender.

Allison Lovett snared firsts in 13/14 girls level 6 trampoline and level 5 double mini, and Autumn Bradby finished first in 11/12 girls level 4 double mini.

Izzy Renn added a second overall in level 3 trampoline and Tempy Troyer was third overall in level 4 double mini.

Bradby was also second in girls 11-12 level 4 trampoline, and Ari Crist took third in girls 9/10 level 4 trampoline and double mini.

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