Local gymnasts show off the medals and ribbons they brought home from a recent meet in Comox.

Two gymnasts capture all-around titles

Marika Sarton and Melissa MacAdam brought home all-around titles at the Chimo Invitational Gymnastics Meet.

Marika Sarton and Melissa MacAdam brought home all-around titles at the Chimo Invitational Gymnastics Meet.

Eleven girls from the Campbell River Gymnastics Club went to Comox for the meet on Feb. 12-13.

In Level 1 Argo, Jasmine Duguay was eighth on vault, 1seventh on bars, 1sixth on beam, 20th on floor and 1sixth all-around

In Level 2 Argo, Rebecca Tazumi was first on vault, 13th on bars, second on beam, third on floor and second all-around. Mackenzie Henderson was third on vault, 11th on bars, eighth on beam, 10th on floor and 10th all-around

In Level 2 Novice, Mackenzie Johnson was third on vault, fifth on bars, second on beam, fifth on floor and second all-around. Katie Lund was eighth on vault, first on bars, ninth on beam, third on floor and sixth all-around

Ashlyn Ouellette was 10th on vault, third on bars, sixth on beam, eighth on floor and seventh all-around.

In Level 2 Open, Sarton was first all-around with a first on floor and seconds in vault, bars and beam.

In Level 3 Novice, Melissa Morton was second on vault, second on bars, sixth on beam, third on floor and third all-around.

MacAdam was the top gymnast in Level 3 Open with first place finishes on vault and beam, and thirds in bars and floor.

Tiffany Sharkie was third all-around, with a second on vault, first on bars, third on beam and second on floor.

And in Level 4 Open, Kayla Morton was third all-around.

 

 

 

 

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