Max Vandenberg (left) and Brett Judson have qualified to Team B.C. for Western Canada Cup.

Team B.C. berths for OGC duo

Okanagan Gymnastics trampoline team wins 15 medals at B.C. championships

The Okanagan Gymnastics trampoline team brought home 15 medals from the B.C. championships on the Lower Mainland.

OGC captured six gold, five silver and five bronze, while also claiming two berths to the Western Canada Cup.

Max Vandenberg and Brett Judson both qualified for Team B.C. at Western Canada Cup by finishing in the top three on trampoline throughout the season. Both boys will represent OGC later this year.

At provincials, Judson won a silver on Level 4 double mini and bronze on Level 4 trampoline, while Vandenberg finished fifth in Level 4 trampoline.

Andrew Oliver finished with a gold medal in the Level 6 18+ category.

Jordyn Yendley earned gold on trampoline and silver on double mini trampoline in the Level 6 U17 category.

Taya Lawless finished in first place in Level 4 U15 double mini trampoline.

Ally Wyllie finished with a bronze medal in Level 3 14+ double mini trampoline.

Ella Law finished with two medals, one silver and one bronze in the Level 2 14+ trampoline and double mini trampoline.

Jacob Kochylema also earned two medals this past weekend, one gold and one bronze. The first in Level 2 trampoline and the latter in Level 2 U13 double mini trampoline.

Nate Banner finished with silver in Level 1 tumbling, and Level 2 U13 double mini trampoline, as well as third place in Level 2 trampoline.

Ethan Scott earned two gold medals on the Level 3 trampoline and Level 1 tumbling.

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