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Gymnasts place at silver state meet

Perkerewicz leads team with silver on the beam
Amelia Perkerewicz celebrates after winning a silver on the balance beam at the silver-level state championships recently. (Courtesy)

Ignite Gymnastics competed at the Xcel silver-level state championship meet, held at Legacy Gymnastics in Grand Junction recently, and several gymnasts from the team brought home medals for their performances.

The team won a trio of medals on individual apparatus and had lots of top-12 finishes.

In the youth division, Amelia Perkerewicz won a silver on the beam with a 9.275. She also finished fifth on the vault (9.0) and seventh on floor (9.0) to place fifth all-around.

Karver Brown shows off the skills that helped her win a bronze medal at the silver-level state championships recently. (Courtesy)

In the child division, Karver Brown won a bronze on the beam with a 9.05. Brown also tied for sixth on floor (8.95) and placed eighth all around.

Hazel Whitt also won a bronze medal after scoring a 9.125 on the vault. Whitt also tied for ninth on the beam and finished 11th all-around.

In the junior division, Amira Montoya placed seventh on both bars and beam while finishing 10th of the floor to finish seventh all-around.

Rose Baxter just missed the podium with a fourth-place finish on the beam. Baxter also placed ninth on bars and eighth all-around in the youth division.

Reagan Oelschlaeger placed fourth on the floor with a 9.375. She also placed 11th on bars with a team record score of 9.5 in the child division.

Makenna Tso placed fourth on bars with 9.075 in the youth division.

Kataleya Pena placed 11th on vault in the child division.

Alicia Archuleta tied for eighth on vault in the youth division.

Sara Eidem placed 11th on beam in the child division.

Ana Rhodes placed 11th on bars in the senior division.

Hazel Whitt of Ignite Gymnastics celebrates after winning a bronze medal on the balance beam at the silver-level state championships. (Courtesy)