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LA School Of Gymnastics Competes At G-Force Meet

on February 9, 2019 - 9:15am
Diamond and Platinum team girls line up at the start of the competition. Courtesy photo
 
Gymnasts Caris Hatler, front, and Danielle Trullue stretch before the meet. Courtesy photo
 
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Los Alamos Atomic Tumblers from Los Alamos School of Gymnastics on North Mesa opened their 2019 competitive season in January at G Force gymnastics on Albuquerque’s west side.
 
One hundred and fifty gymnasts from nine teams across New Mexico and Texas competed in the Xcel competition.
 
Both Los Alamos Atomic Tumblers Diamond and Platinum teams won first in the team competition. The team score is comprised of the top three scores on each event for each team.
 
In the Diamond Division, (top level) of competition, Hannah Gram took Gold in the all-Around with a 35.50 Total. Gram also took the silver medal in Floor (9.00) and Vault (8.85). Her 8.90 on beam was good enough for a Bronze medal and she tied for the Bronze medal on vault with 8.75. Hannah felt her big accomplishment for the day was sticking her back handspring on beam, a new trick for her this season.
 
Megan Brown and Brianna Fryer tied for the Bronze medal in the all - around, both totaling 35.00. Fryer’s 9.20 for her half twist on, full twist off vault was good enough for the gold medal in that event. She took the silver medal on beam with a 9.10, substituting a back handspring for her side aerial in this beam competition. Brown tied for the silver medal on floor with Gram also scoring 9.00 and took the bronze medal for bars with an 8.70. Chantel Bibeault took the gold medal for bars with a 9.10 and tied Megan’s 9.00 to share the silver medal with her on floor.
 
Colette Bibeault ted for the bronze medal on vault with 8.75. Kayli Lincoln, coming back after a long hiatus from a (non gymnastics related) injury finished sixth.
 
In the Platinum division competition the gold medal in the all-around went to Kylee Lovato, for 35.50. Lovato also took gold on vault (9.00) and bars (8.90). She tied for the bronze medal on floor with 8.90. Team mate Danielle Trellue took the silver medal in the all around for 35.45, just .05 less. Trellue also won silver medals on beam (9.10) and bars (8.75). She shared the bronze medal on vault (8.80). Layla Warner took a silver medal on vault and tied for a bronze medal on floor scoring 8.90 in both events. Colleen Gurule won a gold medal on floor with 9.00. Caris Hatler won the gold medal on beam with 9.20 and tied for the bronze medal on vault with 8.80.
 
In the Gold Division of competition Ellie Reass took a bronze medal on bars (8.10). Aria Warner took a bronze medal on floor (8.90). Izzy Stone’s high finish was a fourth place on floor (8.70).
 
Holly Martinez’s high finish was a fourth on vault (8.90). Leah Rector finished fifth on all events, except bars, and also in the all - around.
 
In the Silver Division competition Claudia Jablonski won the senior division, taking the gold medal in the all-around with 34.25. Jablonski also took a gold medal on vault (8.35). Meera Nadiga won the juniors division, taking the gold in the all-around for a 33.60. Nadiga also took a gold medal on beam for 8.00. In the youth division, Eliana Rodriquez and Emily Xu tied for the silver medal on floor (9.00). Xu also took a silver medal on bars (9,20). Rodriquez also took away a bronze medal for a 9,05 on vault. In the children’s age group Flavia D’Angelo took a gold medal on beam (8.60), and a bronze medal on vault (9.20). Samantha Stone took a bronze medal for her 9.20 beam performance. Anna Simakov’s high finish was a fourth place 9.10 on floor.
 
Callie Tang won the Bronze competition and was the high scorer of the day (37.10), her gold medal winning performance included scoring over 9.0 in every event. Other gold medals she brought home included vault (9.40) and floor (9.25). Tang also won a silver medal on beam (9.30). Katelyn Martinez took the gold medal for bars in thus group with 9,40. Hope Andrews Calef took fifth all-around in the juniors age group. Victoria Skibyak took gold medals on bars (9.20) and beam (8.30) in the senior division.

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