Sooke results from Twisters Invitational competition

Natalie Louis, Lion's Pride Gymnastics athlete, places first for the beam at the provincial level four

Lion’s Pride Gymnastics athletes competed at the Twisters Invitational in Abbotsford on March 24.  The results for Sooke gymnasts are as follows:

Provincial level three:

Ciara Kemball: Eighth place for vault, ninth place for bars, 22nd place for beam, and fourth for floor. All around 17th place.

Provincial level four:

Natalie Louis: Ninth place for vault, fifth for bars, first place for beam, and third place for floor. All around third place.

Provincial level five:

Brianne  Kerr: Third place for vault, second place for bars, fifth place for beam, and fifth place for floor. All around third place.

by Tina Horword

 

 

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