Renn collects 3 firsts / Tumbling and trampoline

Oak Harbor’s Izzy Renn, competing for Ground Zero, finished first in three events at the Up in the Air Tumbling and Trampoline Meet Saturday, Jan. 11, at Maple Valley’s Summit Gymnastics.

Renn captured gold medals in Level 4 tumbling, trampoline and double mini in the girls 11-12 division.

Other Oak Harbor athletes winning events were Tempi Troyer (11-12 girls, Level 5 tumbling) and Kaitlyn Rozycki (13-14 girls, Level 6 tumbling).

Troyer was also third in Level 6 double mini and fourth in Level 6 trampoline.

Rozycki took third in both Level 8 double mini and trampoline.

In other 11-12 girls action, Annalise Wesley was second in Level 4 trampoline and third in Level 4 double mini and tumbling; Ari Crist took third in Level 5 double mini and fifth in Level 4 tumbling and Level 5 trampoline; and Gabby Renn nabbed third in Level 3 tumbling, fifth in Level 4 trampoline and eighth in Level 4 double mini.

In the boys 13-14 division, Trevor Haskins placed second in Level 7 double mini and third in Level 7 trampoline.

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