Los Alamos Atomic Tumblers Compete In Winter Invite

Ashley Bustos takes gold in the all-around and on bars and beam. Courtesy photo
 
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Los Alamos Atomic Tumblers traveled to Albuquerque to compete in the Winter Invite at Precision Gymnastics. Four hundred gymnasts representing 21 teams from New Mexico and Texas competed at the event.

Junior Olympic Competition
 
In the level four Junior Olympic competition, Kayli Lincoln represented Los Alamos in the younger age division taking fifth in the all-around with 35.05. She also took silver on vault with 8.70, and bronze on beam with 8.95.
 
Team mate Danielle Bellamy competed in the level 4 middle age division and was fifth all-around with 33.675. Bellamy took silver on bars with a 9.00. Kaeley Bustos was ninth in that division with 32.475. Hannah Gram competed in the older division and was seventh with a 33.60.
 
Katie Wingo is Los Alamos’ lone level five Junior Olympic competitor. Wingo placed fifth in the all-around with 34.425. She took the silver medal on beam with 8.825.
 
In the level 6 junior Olympic competition, Ashley Bustos took the gold in the all-around with 35.95. Busto also took gold on bars and beam with 9.05 and 8.85 respectively. Her vault and floor exercise both netted bronze, with 9.10 and 8.95.
 
Team mate Carley Stilwell took fourth in the all-around with 35.10. Stilwell also took gold on floor with 9.15 and bronze on beam with 8.50. Anna Clark was seventh all-around with 34.50. Clark tied for the bronze on floor with 9.10. All three gymnasts were competing in their first meet at this level.
 
Xcel Competition
 
In the bronze younger division, Anika Lovato was third, taking the bronze medal in the all-around with 35.50. Lovato also took gold on beam with 8.90, and silver on the floor with 9.10. Team mate Megan Brown was fourth all-around with 35.20. She also scored 8.90 on beam taking the silver with the tie breaker. Danielle Trellue was eighth with 33.90. Trellue also took the gold on bars with 9.30. Claudia Jablonski was 10th with 31.60.
 
In the bronze older division Sarah Hutchens took silver in the all-around with 35.85. Hutchens also took silver on beam with 9.05 and bronze on vault with 8.90. Team mate Cyra Bishop took the bronze in the all-around with 35.80. Bishop also took gold on beam with 9.20 and bronze on bars with 9.00. Evelyn Williams was eighth all-around with 34.70. Aria Warner was 10th all-around with 34.30.
 
In the silver competition, Sara Gardner was sixth with 34.00.
 
In the gold competition, Allison Warner was seventh with 32.40. She tied for bronze on vault with 8.40.
 
In the platinum competition, Ashley Bustos took silver in the all-around with 35.25. She also took gold on bars 8.95, and silver on both vault and floor with a 9.20 on both. She took bronze on beam with 7.90. Team mate Anna Clark was third, taking the bronze all-around medal with 35.10. Clark also took silver on beam with 8.25 and bronze on bars with 8.75.
 
Carley Stilwell was fourth with 34.75. Stilwell also tied for silver on vault with 9.20. Ramya Stevens was sixth with 33.85. Suyana Ferreira was seventh with 32.70. Ferreira also took gold on vault with 9.40 and bronze on floor with 9.20.
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