The QTGC spent time at Maeford Place

Community to competition, the QTGC tackles it all

The Quesnel Technics Gymnastics Club (QTGC) has been keeping busy with practice, competition and community volunteering.

The Quesnel Technics Gymnastics Club (QTGC) has been keeping busy with practice, competition and community volunteering.

Some of the club’s members took time out of their schedule to visit Maeford place.

The QTGC athletes contributed their time by helping with bingo, calling out the numbers as they were drawn. As well as community work, several of the clubs talented athletes competed in the Judge’s Cup in Prince George last month.

In level 8, Jessica Higgins placed first on beam, floor and vault, as well as third on bars.

These high scores helped to earn Higgins first place overall.

At 12 years old she was the youngest competitor in her level, taking on Prince George’s 14 – 17-year-olds.

Competing in level 7 were QTGC members Emily Gorder and Alyssa Schneider.

Gorder was the high scoring level 7 athlete for Quesnel, taking second place on beam, floor and overall.

Schneider placed fourth on bars and came in fifth place overall.

Taking sixth place overall, third in vault and first on beam, in level 6 was QTGC member Hannah Brown.

Also competing in level 6 was Kaitlyn Horth.

Horth placed sixth on beam and floor, earning a seventh place standing overall.

Ava Aracki, Danielle Gamache and Courtney Kitamura were Quesnel level 3 athletes at the competition.

It was lucky number three for Aracki who placed third on bars, beam and floor. This earned her a third place standing overall.

Taking first place on beam and seventh overall was Gamache.

Kitamura took home eighth place overall, as well as second on beam and floor.

Last but certainly not least was QTGC only level 1 competitor Neveah Kueber.

Kueber placed third on beam, fourth on floor, vault and bars. Although this was Kueber’s first competition, this gymnast managed to earn second place overall.

 

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