Okanagan gymnasts medal in Coquitlam gym competiton

The Okanagan Gymnastics Centre snapped up its share of the medals at the first competition of the new season on the Lower Mainland.

Hoops…Lloyd Larsen of the Chute Lake Sharks goes for the basket during the recent Chute Lake Elementary Grade 7 basketball tournament. The host Chute Lake team defeated Dr. Knox 50-30 in the boys’ tournament final. St. Joseph’s took the girls tourney.

The Okanagan Gymnastics Centre snapped up its share of the medals at the first competition of the new season on the Lower Mainland.

Last weekend at the OMega Invitational in Coquitlam, OGC’s Hannah Butcher, 11, won a silver medal in the all around in the level 3 tyro competition.

She also won gold medals on the vault, bars, and beam and a second silver medal on the floor exercise.

Brooke Murray, 11, won a silver medal on the balance beam and bronze medals on the vault, uneven bars, floor exercise and in the all around.

In level 4 tyro competition, Emaree Handley, 11, won a gold medal in the all around. She also earned gold medals on the uneven bars and on the balance beam, a silver medal on the floor exercise and a bronze on the vault.

In the level 5 category, Alison Watters, 14, finished first in the all around. She also earned gold medals on the vault, uneven gars, and balance beam and silver medal on the floor exercise.

Miranda Pineau, 15, also competed in the Level 5 category and took home the silver medal in the all around, the vault, uneven bars, and balance beam. Pineau finished with the gold medal on the floor exercise.

Lindy Drope, 12, competed in the Level 5 Novice category and won a gold medal on the uneven bars, silver medals on vault, floor exercise and the all around, and a bronze medal on the balance beam.

Sugar Tiner, 16, competed for her first competition in the National Open category and finished second on the balance beam.

Adele Lefevre, 12, brought home five medals in the National Novice category.

She earned silver medals on the uneven bars and in the all around and finished with bronze medals on the vault, balance beam, and floor exercise.

Muriel Stroda, 10, competed in the Pre-Novice Elite category and finished with a gold medal on the vault, and three bronze medals on the uneven bars, floor exercise, and in the all around.

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