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Outstanding team performance by the GymZone crew
by Randy Pascal

Every single athlete representing Sudbury GymZone Gymnastics had reason to be proud, as the women’s artistic crew returned earlier this month from their third and final qualifier in Ottawa.

Following is a rundown, provided by coach Terra Davidson:

Emma Shea (Level 6 – Age 13) – gold on vault, 4th on floor, 7th on all-around aggregate. “Emma showed an amazing amount of mental toughness, competing sick and with a pulled hamstring,” said Davidson. She won vault for the second straight meet, and posted her best all-around score of the season

Mallorie Alexander (Level 6 – Age 14/15) – bronze on bars, 10th all-around aggregate. Alexander finished third on bars, while posting her best bar score of the season

Brielle Charlebois (Level 6 – Age 14/15) – silver on floor, 15th all-around aggregate. Charlebois executed her best floor routine of the season, earning a new PB score of 9.50 and finishing second in a very tough field

Patricia Hunt (Level 6 – Age 16+) – solid right across all elements, garnering a silver medal on both beam and floor, finishing 6th in the vault, 8th on bars, and 5th in the all-around aggregate

Marisol Toupin (Level 7 – Age 12) – gold on vault, bronze on floor and all-around aggregate. Yet it was on the beam where Toupin enjoyed the greatest sense of accomplishment, connecting her acro series for the first time this year, posting a personal best on this apparatus, and placing fourth. Her all-around aggregate score also set a new standard for Toupin

Rachel Uguccioni (Level 7 Age 12) – silver on vault, beam and all-around aggregate, bronze on beam. “Rachel was a superstar at this qualifier,” said Davidson. “She displayed confident and consistent routines on each apparatus.” Uguccioni was rewarded with personal best scores on both the beam, as well as her all-around aggregate total

Brooklyn Lavallee (Level 7 Age 14/15) – highlighted by a silver medal performance on her floor routine, Lavallee placed 11th in the all-around aggregate

Nikka Valentim (Level 8 Age 14/15) – back from an injury that caused her to miss the second qualifier, Valentim barely missed a beat, walking away with a silver on beam, bronze in all-around aggregate, and fourth place on both bars and floor

Kayla Folz (Level 10 Age 15+) – inching ever closer to her goal of obtaining an NCAA scholarship, Folz continued her streak of placing at the top of the podium at every qualifier this season. Her five medal haul – gold on vault, floor and AA; silver on bars and beam – leaves her in great shape heading to provincials, as she looks to qualify for nationals taking place in Edmonton at the end of May

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