Brett Judson and Ethan Scott won medals for OGC at the Western Canada Cup. -Image: Contributed

Medals for OGC at Western Canada Cup

Kelowna athletes fare well at trampoline competition in Port Moody

Okanagan Gymnastics Centre athletes brought home their share of medals from the Western Canada Cup trampoline competition in Port Moody.

OGC’s Brett Judson competed for Team BC and finished with a gold medal in the Level 4 trampoline.

Ethan Scott earned four medals throughout the weekend, including first place in synchronized trampoline with his partner, Nate Banner. Scott was also third in Level 1 tumbling, Level 2 double mini trampoline and individual trampoline.

Jacob Kochylema earned a bronze medal in the Level 2 individual trampoline event.

Nate Banner competed in all four events offered—trampoline, double mini trampoline, tumbling and synchronized trampoline. His best finish was first place in the level 3 synchronized trampoline event with his partner, Ethan Scott.

Isaac Sowinski’s best finish in Level 4 was 7th place on double mini trampoline.

Ally Wyllie’s best finish was 6th place on Level 3, 14+ double mini trampoline.

Team OGC finished 9th overall on trampoline.

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