Whidbey athletes grab eight medals / Trampoline and tumbling

Five local members of the Ground Zero Trampoline and Tumbling team combined to win eight medals at the Derby Days Invitational in Maple Valley Saturday, March 18.

Medals were awarded for top-three finishes in each level regardless of age or gender.

Lainey Samek captured the lone gold in Level 3 trampoline.

Kaia Crebbin collected three medals, placing second on trampoline and third in double mini and tumbling.

Heidi Mullins took second in Level 3 trampoline and Level 4 double mini; Allison Lovett was third in Level 6 double mini; and Halia Stegeman was third on Level 6 trampoline.

Ground Zero, which is based out of Mount Vernon, returns to Maple Valley in two weeks for the Washington State Trampoline and Tumbling Championships.

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