Kent’s Metropolitan Gymnastics shines at regionals

  • Thursday, April 19, 2018 12:36pm
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Reporter staff

Kent’s Metropolitan Gymnastics boys and girls teams dominated their respective USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic Regional Championships.

Nine boys qualified for the upcoming nationals in Oklahoma City, Okla. They captured seven all-around championships, three silver and three bronze medals in the all-around at the recent regional meet in Eugene, Ore.

The girls team also qualified nine athletes to nationals – seven to the Level 10 meet in Cincinnati and two Level 9 competitors to the Junior Olympic Western Nationals in Salt Lake City. In all, Metropolitan Gymnastics had nine all-around champions and two bronze all-around medalists at the regional meet in Tacoma.

In addition, the girls and boys team coaching staffs were recognized as programs of the year in the state of Washington.

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