Oak Harbor athletes claim 9 golds at regional meet / Trampoline and tumbling

Oak Harbor athletes claim 9 golds at regional meet / Trampoline and tumbling

Nine first-place finishes highlighted the efforts of Whidbey Island athletes representing the Ground Zero trampoline and tumbling team at the Regional Championships in Santa Clara, Calif., May 3 and 4.

Trevor Haskins was a three-time winner in the 11-12 male division. He snared gold in Level 5 tumbling and Level 6 trampoline and double mini.

Annalise Wesley, competing in the female 11-12 division, collected two firsts, winning Level 2 trampoline and double mini. She was also second in Level 3 tumbling.

In the same division, Gabby Renn was first in Level 3 trampoline, fourth in Level 3 tumbling and seventh in Level 4 double-mini; while Autumn Bradby took first in Level 4 double-mini, sixth in Level 4 trampoline and 23rd in Level 5 tumbling.

Tempy Troyer placed second in Level 4 trampoline and 20th in Level 5 tumbling and double-mini. Kaitlyn Rozycki was third in Level 7 double-mini, sixth in Level 7 trampoline and 13th in Level 5 tumbling.

In the female 9-10 division, Ari Crist captured first in Level 3 tumbling, fourth in Level 4 double-mini and seventh in Level 4 trampoline. Izzy Renn nabbed second in Level 3 tumbling and trampoline and ninth in Level 4 double-mini.

Allison Lovett, participating in the 13-14 female division, was sixth in Level 6 trampoline and Level 4 tumbling and 14th in Level 6 double-mini.

Haskins, Rozycki and Lovett will compete in the national tournament in July in West Palm Breach, Fla.

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