North Shore teams sweep podium at provincial high school gymnastics championships

For the second year in a row, North Shore schools swept the podium in the team combined competition at the high school provincial gymnastics championships.

Windsor, Argyle and St. Thomas Aquinas finished first, second and third in the team event held last month at South Delta Secondary. Those results closely mirrored last year’s scores, as Windsor won the 2018 combined team title with STA finishing second and Argyle third. This was the sixth year in a row that a North Shore school has claimed the overall team title.

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Windsor also won the girls combined title at this year’s championships with STA finishing third and Argyle fourth. On the boys side North Shore teams took the top four spots with Sutherland claiming the combined title, a first for the Sabres, followed by Argyle, STA, and Windsor.

Several North Shore athletes also soared onto the podium at the championships. Here are the gymnasts that scored top-three finishes at the event:

Gold: Kai Schulz, Windsor, Level 3 boys; Robyn Goh, Windsor, Level 2 girls;

Tom Eiserbeck, Sutherland, Level 1 boys; Emma Rasines, Windsor, Level 1 junior girls.

Silver: Douglas Forrest, Sutherland, Level 5 boys; Austin Smith, Argyle, Level 3 boys; Nicholas Zaparniuk, Argyle, Level 1 boys.

Bronze: Matthias Feigl-Schmidt, STA, Level 3 boys; Arman Sinaeian, Windsor, Level 1 boys; Lily Vanderkuip, Argyle, Level 1 junior girls.  

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