Kamloops gymnasts visit Surrey
There was plenty to cheer about for members of the Kamloops Gymnastics and Trampoline Club (KGTC) on the weekend.
The club attended the 27th annual Carol Lenz Memorial Gymnastics Competition, hosted by the Surrey Gymnastic Society.
For KGTC gymnast Emily Schultz, the event doubled as one of four qualification events for this year's national championships.
The 23-year-old placed second in the national open division and set a personal-best score of 50.67 in the process.
Kassia Gifford, 13, placed eighth in the Level 5 Novice division, while Lauren Wotton, 15, won silver in the Level 4 Open division.
In Level 4 Tyro competition, Shayla Gifford, 11, won silver.
Two 13-year-old KGTC gymnasts — Emilee Gal and Kierra Patterson — placed 17th and 27th, respectively, in the Level 3 Novice division.
In the Level 3 Tyro group, Linnea Brickwood, 12, placed 14th, Quinn Butcher, 11, placed 15th and Jade Wood, 11, was 18th.
Ericka Campbell, 11, won bronze in the Level 2 Tyro division, while teammate Martina Fish, 11, placed 30th in the same division.
In the Level 2 Argo division, Christine Strain, 9, placed 24th, Emma Guertin, 10, placed 27th and Bella Wood, 9, was 28th.
The next event for the KGTC is the Wild West Fest, which will run at the Tournament Capital Centre from March 16 to March 18.