PEISAA 2020 ADL Gymnastics Championship

February 25, 2020 by  
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Prenovice Girls Brooke Vessey, LC Nelly Bryan, SLE Claire Tower, LC
Prenovice Boys Florin Maliqi, WR Quincey MacLellan, WK Seth Cogswell, WK
Novice Girls Regan Miller, DO Chelsie Wright, LM Ava Clark, LM
Novice Boys Isaac Landry, SP Sebastian Connor, SP Kiefer Sullivan, ES
Bantam Girls Paisley Drouin, MEC Lexi Gallant, MEC Jay Lynn Chaisson, MEC
Bantam Boys Jacob Martin, SIS Jaykob Frank, EWT Arun Dajee, BW
Intermediate Girls Jenna Beth MacArthur, AT Avery Kerwin, AT Erika Lo, AT
School Codes: LC = Lucy Maude Montgomery; WR = West Royalty Elementary; ES = Elm Street Elementary; SP = Spring Park Elementary; WK = West Kent Elementary; SLE = St Louis Elementary; SIS = Summerside Intermedite; EWT =East Wiltshire Intermediate; AT = Athena Consolidated; MEC = M E Callaghan


Prenovice Girls Lucy  Maude Montgomery St Louis Elementary West Royalty Elementary
Prenovice Boys West Kent Elementary West Royalty Montague Consolidated
Novice Girls Lucy Maude Montgomery St Louis Elementary Montague Consolidated
Novice Boys Spring Park Elementary Lucy Maude Montgomery West Royalty Elementary
Bantam Girls M E Callaghan East Wiltshire Elementary  

Over 300 athletes expected to participate


The 2020 Amalgamated Dairies Limited (ADL) P.E.I. School Athletic Association’s (PEISAA) provincial gymnastics championships will be held at Kensington Intermediate Senior High School on Saturday for a 10th consecutive year.
The PEISAA’s gymnastics co-ordinator, Paul Goguen, is expecting upwards to 340 gymnasts from 26 Island schools to compete for the P.E.I. School Milk Foundation awards in four age categories.
Goguen said the KISH gymnasium is the perfect host for the championships.
“It’s such a beautiful facility, which can hold many spectators, and the gym is very spectator-friendly,” said Goguen, who encourages friends and family to attend and cheer on the athletes.
PEISAA sport co-ordinator Phil Bridges expressed his pleasure with the continuing growth of gymnastics in schools all across P.E.I. Approximately 750 gymnasts had competed in zone competitions as a lead-up to the provincials.
“Just the participation alone does provide our students with both mental and physical health benefits through strength and endurance conditioning,” Bridges noted.
Each gymnast will execute two vaults and one floor routine. Event and all-around awards as well as provincial team awards.

Defending champions

Spring Park boys and L.M. Montgomery girls are the defending pre-novice champions. Gymnasts from those schools will be among the 151 athletes from Grades 3 and 4 kicking off the day-long event at 9 a.m.
There are 130 gymnasts registered for the novice boys and girls’ competitions, which get underway at 1 p.m. L.M. Montgomery Elementary is the defending champion for Grade 5 and 6 competitors in both genders.
The attention shifts to the bantam and intermediate girls’ categories at 3:50 p.m. There are 59 gymnasts registered in the Grades 7 and 8 and Grades 9 and 10 divisions. Summerside Intermediate will be looking to defend its 2019 bantam girls’ title while Montague will be looking to defend the intermediate girls’ crown.

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