Oak Harbor athletes snare wins at Maple Valley / Trampoline and tumbling

All four Oak Harbor members of the Ground Zero Trampoline and Tumbling team picked up at least one first place at the Island Dreams Meet Saturday, March 3, at Maple Valley.

Kaitlyn Rozycki and Allison Lovett tied for first in Level 5 double mini. Rozycki added a first in Level 5 trampoline and a third in Level 5 tumbling, and Lovett took first in Level 3 tumbling.

Kaia Crebbin finished first in Level 7 double mini, second in Level 6 trampoline and third in Level 7 tumbling.

Trevor Haskins captured first in Level 3 tumbling and second in Level 5 trampoline.

Ground Zero’s next meet is at the Seattle Gymnastics Academy Saturday, March 17.

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