Caden Stilwell earns silver on parallel bars. Courtesy photo
Philo Shelton takes silver on still rings. Courtesy photo
The boys’ competitive team from Los Alamos School of Gymnastics competed in the Men’s Gold Cup Classic in Albuquerque on Jan. 5-6.
The Atomic Tumblers’ competed against 115 gymnasts from 11 teams from New Mexico and Texas.
The Atomic Tumblers’ highest scorer was Caden Stilwell, in the Level 4 Junior Division, who scored a 54.75 and earned fourth place in the all-around competition. Stilwell also earned silver on parallel bars (9.65), floor (9.35), and pommel horse (8.2), and took bronze on vault (9.5).
In the Level 4 Senior Division, Dane Harris earned silver in the all-around with a 52.25. Harris struck gold on vault with a 9.8, earned silver on floor (8.9) and pommel horse (8.20), and bronze on high bar (8.70).
In the level 5 competition, Philo Shelton was the Tumblers’ highest scorer, earning silver in the all-around for the Senior Division with a 50.75. Shelton also earned silver medals on still rings (9.50), pommel horse (8.70), and parallel bars (8.35), and took bronze on floor with an 8.45.
Teammate Daniel Fryer placed fourth all-around in the Level 5 Junior Division with 46.15. Fryer earned a silver medal on vault (9.40) and bronze on floor (7.95).
NOTE: The Los Alamos School of Gymnastics (LASG) is a non-profit, member-owned and parent-operated organization. LASG classes are taught in the school’s 12,000-square-foot facility at 555 North Mesa Road by certified staff with a 6:1 student:teacher ratio. The Atomic Tumblers’ season continues with the 2013 Women’s Gold Cup Classic on Jan. 19 and 20. For more information, call 505-662-9523.
Dane Harris earns silver on pommel horse. Courtesy photo
Daniel Fryer takes bronze on floor. Courtesy photo