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Lake Country Gymnastics athletes wow the crowd at recent competition

Athletes from Lake Country Gymnastics (LCG) earned some fantastic results at the Kelowna Invitational this past weekend from February 14th -16th, 2020 at Synergy Gymnastics. Gymnasts performed strongly in the JO 4, JO 2 and Interclub categories.

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In the JO 4 Junior category, Elena Eikenaar earned the silver medal on the uneven bars and the beam, finishing third overall. Charlotte Lamb rocked the vault and the floor exercise winning first place finishes. Alexis Baruta’s best event was the beam where she earned seventh place. All three LCG athletes in this category received Stick It Awards for their performance.

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Peyton Manziuk, Jakaya Rohatensky and McKenzie Schmidt represented LCG in the JO 4 Senior category. Peyton Manziuk earned a silver medal for her performance on the floor, placing fifth place overall. Rohatensky received fourth place for her dynamic vault and McKenzie Schmidt earned 9th place on the balance beam, as well as a Stick It Award for her routine.

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In the JO 2 category, Tia Bourdreau, Emmy Lennox, Ellia Rohatensky, Abby Allen and Ruby Walter all earned silver medals on the vault. Walter and Rohatensky earned silver all around, while Bourdreau, Lennox and Allen earned bronze overall.

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The LCG Interclub athletes’ wow’d the crowd with their performance. Performance Plus athlete Scarlet Hahn earned gold all around, while her teammates Erikka Houlind, Sienna Silzer, Katie Murphy and Riley Mackill earned silver medals. In the Performance Challenge category, Ashlynn Ohashi and Katie Misfeldt earned silver medals overall while Paige Melnick earned a gold medal for her performance.

We would also like to congratulate Lilly Jones, Keira Young, Jersey Bremner and Adrianna Dedominicis on their first competition as LCG athletes. Young earned “The Fighter” award for her performance on the beam.

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