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OFSAA Gymnastics Championship Results 2014

Apr 9, 2014 | Uncategorized

The 2014 OFSAA Gymnastics Championships took place in Peterborough, April 7-8 and brought close to 400 student-athletes together to compete in Vault, Beam, Bars, and Floor routines as well as Sport Aerobics. Congrats to all who participated in the OFSAA experience!

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DATE: April 7th – 8th, 2014

Results

Vault

Level 1 – Emily McCluskey, Banting (GBSSA) – 11.35
Level 2 – 
Aima Ohiwerei, Ridley College (CISAA) – 11.45
Level 3 – 
Jamie Pardo, General Amherst (SWOSSAA) – 11.3
Level 4 – 
Bailey Meraw, Bayside (COSSA) – 11.4
Level 5 – Jena Li, Napanee (EOSSAA) – 12
Level 6 – Jennifer Drane, Lockerby (NOSSA) – 13.15 

Bars

Level 1 – Taylor-Lynn Ross, WHSS (CWOSSA) – 11.5
Level 2 – 
Kailyn Maracle, Moira (COSSA) – 11.4
Level 3 – Isabelle Wilson, KDSS (CWOSSA) – 11.325
Level 4 – Chantal Labelle, College Notre Dame (NOSSA) – 11.275
Level 5 – Jena Li, Napanee (EOSSAA) – 11.875
Level 6 – Sara Carlton, 
Nottawasaga Pines (GBSSA) – 13.1

Beam

Level 1 – Crystal MacDonald, Moira (COSSA) – 10.85
Level 2 – Victoria Armstrong, Moira (COSSA) – 11.3
Level 3 – Carly White, Marymount (NOSSA) – 11.3
Level 4 – Hannah Daniel, St. Anne’s (SWOSSA) – 11.4
Level 5 – Lindsey Marck, SMHS Owen Sounde (CWOSSA) – 12.125
Level 6 – 
Lauren Kesseler, Jean Vanier (SOSSA) – 13.5

Floor

Level 1 – Ariel McDonald, Toronto French School (CISAA) – 11.6
Level 2 – Kailyn Maracle, Moira (COSSA) – 11.7
Level 3 – Ashleigh Sternberg, Ridley College (CISAA) – 11.55
Level 4 – Forest Maracle, Napanee (EOSSA) – 11.675
Level 5 – Allanah Waller, SMHS Owen Sounde (CWOSSA) – 12.475
Level 6 – Abby Bolton, Ridgeway (SOSSA) – 13.55

Sport Aerobics

Novice – Toronto French School (CISAA) – 21.7
Open – College Notre Dame (NOSSA) – 22.7 

FULL RESULTS AVAILABLE HERE

Convenors: 
Kathy Garvey [email protected] 705-742-3781
Liz Kuipers [email protected] 705-745-1358

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