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July 23, 2013

KPTC team brings home national honors

Kris’ Power Tumbling and Cheer Competitive Team recently completed in the 2013 USTA National Championships in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

The team finished 2nd overall in Southern Illinois and 8th overall nationwide. They also brought home a 3rd place trophy in Elite Tumbling and a 3rd place trophy in Advanced Trampoline.

Team members and their awards are:

Aubrey Beyers - 2nd in Tumbling, 3rd in Double Mini, 1st in Trampoline, 1st in Synchronized Trampoline, 14th in Elite Tumbling, 6th in Elite Double Mini

Grayson Beyers - 13th in Tumbling, 2nd in Double Mini, 4th in Trampoline, 18th in Elite Tumbling, 5th in Elite Double Mini, 4th in Elite Trampoline

Sarah Bogart - 11th in Tumbling, 9th on Double Mini

Isabella Braden - 6th in Double Mini, 8th in Trampoline

Annabelle Click - 4th in Tumbling, 8th in Double Mini. and 5th in Trampoline

Carson Cole - 15th in Tumbling, 1st in Double Mini, 3rd in Trampoline, 1st in Synchronized Trampoline, 29th in Elite Tumbling, 29th in Elite Double Mini

Makenna Durbin - 18th in Tumbling, 4th in Double Mini

Bailey Evrley - 8th in Tumbling, 15th in Double Mini, 13th in Trampoline

Kylie Evrley - 4th in Tumbling, 1st in Double Mini, 9th in Trampoline

Ella Kinkelaar - 1st in Tumbling, 5th in Double Mini, 2nd in Trampoline

Courtney Lee - 2nd in Tumbling

Garet Martz - 2nd in Tumbling, 11th in Double Mini, 5th in Trampoline

Savannah Jent-Martz - 17th in Tumbling, 22nd in Double Mini, 17th in Trampoline

Ellison Miller - 6th in Tumbling, 3rd in Double Mini, 7th in Trampoline

Reese Nichols - 3rd in Tumbling, 2nd in Double Mini, 4th in Trampoline

Macee Rodman - 3rd in Tumbling, 4th in Double Mini, 3rd in Trampoline

Brianna Sarver - 13th in Tumbling, 1st in Double Mini, 5th in Trampoline

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