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Reese Futrell saluting as Bar Champion in the Level 4 Jr C Division.

ACHIEVERS GIRLS’ COMPULSORY GYMNASTICS TEAM COMPETES AT FINAL DISTRICT QUALIFYING MEET OF THE SEASON HOSTED BY ACHIEVERS GYMNASTICS 

DENTON, TX – Twenty–one gymnasts from Achievers Gymnastics Center competed in their last District Qualifying competition hosted by Achievers Gymnastics on September 24-25th.

This was the third and final qualifying meet of the season before District Championships begin for the compulsory team.

Achievers was the host of this event which took place on the campus of Texas Woman’s University in Pioneer Hall/Kitty Magee Arena.

Outstanding scores and personal best performances were achieved by many of the Achievers gymnasts. Top 5 Podium places were attained by Reese Futrell – Bars, Vault beam and All-Around, Tristyn Brisendine - Beam, Elin Cozart - Bars, All-Around, Londyn Moore- Vault, Bars, Beam and All-Around! 

Meet Results 

Achievers Achievement Division: 

Level 2:Summer Ballard, Luna Hook,  Ella Rodriguez, Annabelle Slovensky. 

Level 3: Kyla Bowerman, Cameron Fever, Ellie Koenig, Lilly Leach, Isabella Maxon, Isabella Rega, Mavrik Schuler, Lexington Schuler, Brynlee Templet, Paisley Tower. 

Level 4: Arianna Abney, Catherine Cox, Kinsley Staver.

Level 4P, Jr. C Division:
Reese Futrell, Lantana, 4th Vault, 1st Bars, 4th  Beam,8th  Floor,, 3rd All Around. 

Level 4P Jr. C Division:
Tristyn Brisendine, Denton, 6th Vault, 12th Bars, 5th Beam, 11th Floor, 10th All Around. 

Level 4P Sr. B Division:
Elin Cozart, Lantana, 6th Vault, 4th Bars, 8th Beam, 6th Floor, 5th All Around. 

Level 5P, Sr. A Division:
Londyn Moore, Little Elm, 2nd Vault, 2nd Bars, 2nd  Beam, 3rd  Floor, 2nd All Around. 

For more information, please contact Frank Kudlac, Head Coach, and Director of Operations at (940) 484-4900, or by e-mail at Frank.Kudlac@achieversgymnastics.com

Achievers Gymnastics is owned and operated by Frank and Johnna Kudlac since 1992. Celebrating 30 years serving the Denton and North Texas community, the Achievers curriculum consists of many inter-working programs including Girls and Boys USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic gymnastics teams, Girls TAAF Teams, Achievers Ninja Warrior Training, and various levels of recreational gymnastics, cheer, and tumbling classes for children of all ages.

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Reese Futrell saluting as 1st place All Around Champion in the Level 4 Jr C Division.

ACHIEVERS GIRLS’ COMPULSORY GYMNASTICS TEAM COMPETES IN SECOND MEET OF THE SEASON 

LANCASTER, TX – Nineteen gymnasts from Achievers Gymnastics Center competed in another District 2 Qualifier hosted by Trevino’s Gymnastics School in Lancaster, TX on September 17-18th.

This was the second meet of the season for the Compulsory team. Outstanding performances were turned in by Resse Futrell who won the gold All-Around in Level 4 Jr C Division, and Lexington Schuler who placed 1st on the floor exercise in the Level 3 Jr B Division.

The next competition for the Achievers Gymnastics Compulsory team will be September 24-25th hosted by Achievers at the Kitty Magee Arena at Texas Woman’s University.

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Meet Results: 

Achievers Achievement Division: 

Level 2: Summer Ballard, Ella Rodriguez, Annabelle Slovensky.

Level 3:  Hadlee Baker, Cameron Fever, Ellie Koenig, Lilly Leach, Isabella Maxon, Mavrik Schuler, Brynlee Templet.

Level 4: Arianna Abney, Catherine Cox.

Level 3P, Jr. A Division:
Paisley Tower, Lantana  , 5th Vault, 2nd Bars, 5th Beam, 3rd Floor, 3rd All Around.
Kyla Bowerman, Denton, 8th Vault, 3rd Bars, 4th Beam, 5th Floor, 5th All Around. 

Level 3P, Jr. B Division:
Lexington Schuler, Providence Village , 4th Vault, 4th Bars, 6th Beam, 1st Floor, 5th All Around. 

Level 4P, Jr. C Division:
Reese Futrell, Lantana, 1st Vault, 1st Bars, 3rd Beam, 2nd  Floor, 1st All Around. 

Level 4P Jr. C Division:
Tristyn Brisendine, Denton, 7th Vault, 4th Bars, 6th Beam, 8th Floor, 5th All Around. 

Level 4P Sr. B Division:
Elin Cozart, Lantana, 8th Vault, 7th Bars, 10th Beam, 6th Floor, 8th All Around. 

Level 5P, Jr Division:
Londyn Moore, Little Elm, 7th Vault, 8th Bars, 4th Beam, 7th Floor, 5th All Around. 

For more information, please contact Frank Kudlac, Head Coach, and Director of Operations at (940) 484-4900, or by e-mail at Frank.Kudlac@achieversgymnastics.com

Achievers Gymnastics is owned and operated by Frank and Johnna Kudlac since 1992. Celebrating 30 years serving the Denton and North Texas community, the Achievers curriculum consists of many inter-working programs including Girls and Boys USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic gymnastics teams, Girls TAAF Teams, Achievers Ninja Warrior Training, and various levels of recreational gymnastics, cheer, and tumbling classes for children of all ages.

 

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ACHIEVERS GIRLS’ COMPULSORY GYMNASTICS TEAM COMPETES AT FIRST MEET OF THE FALL 22 SEASON

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DENTON, TX – Twenty-two gymnasts from Achievers Gymnastics Center competed in a District 2 Qualifier hosted by Empire Gymnastics Academy in Euless, TX on September 10-11th.

This was the first meet of the season for the Achievers Compulsory Level 2-5 team.

The Achievers compulsory team is dedicated to doing their best and working hard to achieve their goals. 
The next competition for the Achievers compulsory team will be September 17-18th at Trevino’s Gymnastics Center in Lancaster, TX. 

Meet Results 

Achievers Achievement Division Level 2/3/4: 

Level 2A
Summer Ballard, Luna Hook, Ella Rodriguez, Annabelle Slovensky. 

Level 3A
Hadlee Baker, Kyla Bowerman, Cameron Fever, Ellie Koenig, Lilly Leach, Isabella Maxon, Isabella Rega, Lexignton Schuler, Mavrik Schuler, Brynlee Templet, Paisley Tower. 

Level 4A
Arianna Abney, Catherine Cox, Kinsley Staver. 

Achievers Placement Division Level 4/5: 

Level 4P, Jr. B Division:

Reese Futrell, Lantana, 2nd Vault, 1st Bars, 6th Beam, 10th Floor, 2nd All Around. 

Level 4P Sr. A Division:

Tristyn Brisendine, Denton, 13th Vault, 13th Bars, 7th Beam, 13th Floor, 13th All Around. 

Level 4P Sr. B Division:

Elin Cozart, Lantana, 13th Vault, 10th Bars, 12th Beam, 9th Floor, 13th All Around. 

Level 5P, Jr Division:

Londyn Moore, Little Elm, 8th Vault, 6th Bars, 9th Beam, 2nd Floor, 7th All Around. 

For more information, please contact Frank Kudlac, Head Coach, and Director of Operations at (940) 484-4900, or by e-mail at Frank.Kudlac@achieversgymnastics.com

Achievers Gymnastics is owned and operated by Frank and Johnna Kudlac since 1992. Celebrating 30 years serving the Denton and North Texas community, the Achievers curriculum consists of many inter-working programs including Girls and Boys USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic gymnastics teams, Girls TAAF Teams, Achievers Ninja Warrior Training, and various levels of recreational gymnastics, cheer, and tumbling classes for children of all ages.

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Ryan Turney & Will KUdlac - Nationals 2022 2. Coach Ryan Turney celebrates Will Kudlac’s 9th place finish on the Horizonal Bar at the National Championship

ACHIEVERS BOYS’ GYMNASTICS TEAM MEMBERS COMPETE AT USA GYMNASTICS DEVELOPMENTAL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

FIRST NATIONAL MEDAL ACHIEVED

Mesa, AZ – Two boys from the Achievers gymnastics boys team competed at the coveted Men’s USA Gymnastics Developmental National Championships in Mesa, Arizona on May 11th-16th. The competition highlights the top 650 Level 8-10 gymnasts in the United States.

William Weiper and William Kudlac competed in the Level 10 - 18-year-old division. William Weiper competed in his 2nd nationals and William Kudlac competed in his 5th national meet.
William Weiper scored a season high of 11.7 on rings and finished with a 95th place finish out of 200 athletes competing.
William Kudlac had his best meet of the season, successfully hitting all 6 events with no major mistakes and qualified to individual finals. Headed into finals, Kudlac was in 2nd place on Floor, 8th place on Horizontal Bar and 33rd place All around.
Individual finals were 2 days later, and Will Kudlac ended the competition with a 9th place finish on Horizontal Bar, making the awards podium for the first ever top 10 finish and medal for the Achievers boys team program. He also had a 14th place finish on Floor Exercise.

Both Kudlac & Weiper had successful seasons and will look to improve from this season as they prepare for their Senior years. Your coaches, teammates and families are all proud of you!

Tryouts for the 2022-23 Boys team program are Saturday, May 21st at 1:00pm. Contact program director, Ryan Turney for more information. Ryan.Turney@Achieversgymnastics.comor call the gym at 940-484-4900.

 

Meet Results

Level 10: 18-year-old
William Kudlac, Pilot Point, Floor 14th, Horizontal Bar 9th

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For more information, please contact Ryan Turney, Head Boys Team Coach at (940) 484-4900, or by
 e-mail at Ryan.Turney@achieversgymnastics.com

Achievers Gymnastics is owned and operated by Frank and Johnna Kudlac since 1992. Celebrating 30 years serving the Denton community, the Achievers curriculum consists of many inter-working programs including Girls and Boys USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic gymnastics teams, Girls TAAF Teams, Achievers Ninja Warrior Training, and various levels of recreational gymnastics, cheer, and tumbling classes for children of all ages.

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Achievers TAAF Level 6 Team (L-R): Emma Wegner, Britton Cline Hadley Thompson, Emily Wegner, Brenna Morrow, Astrid Giron

ACHIEVERS TAAF TEAMS LEVEL 6-7 AND XCEL GOLD/DIAMONDS
 COMPETE AT THE 2022 TAAF STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

15 top 5 placings – 3 State Champions 

Hillsboro, TX – The Achievers’ TAAF 6/7 and Xcel Gold/Diamond team girls had their final competition of the season at the TAAF state championships. The state competition was held at Hill College in Hillsboro, TX. Out of 520 gymnasts that competed, the Achievers’ girls took home 15 top 5 finishes. First place gold medals were earned by Ella Klingele on beam; Astrid Giron on bars; and Emma Wegner on beam.

Tryouts for the 2022-23 TAAF team are Saturday, May 21st at 1:00pm. Contact program director, Michael White for more information. Michael.White@achieversgymnastics.com or call the gym at 940-484-4900. 

Meet Results

Xcel Gold, Division 3
Aubrey Van Ingen, Denton, 18th Vault, 39th Bars, 41st Beam, 19th Floor, 38th All Around
Kailey Riley, Valley View, 35th Vault, 29th Bars, 35th Beam, 41st Floor, 40th All Around 

Xcel Gold, Division 2
Brooke Garcia, Corinth, 11th Vault, 19th Bars, 2nd Beam, 15th Floor, 17th All Around 

Xcel Diamond
Taylor Dossett, Corinth, 5th Vault, 4th Bars, 3rd Beam, 2nd Floor, 4th All Around 

Level 6, Division 3
Emma Wegner, Flower Mound, 6th Vault, 13th Bars, 1st Beam, 13th Floor, 5th All Around
Emily Wegner, Keller, 8th Vault, 3rd Bars, 20th Beam, 8th Floor, 10th All Around
Britton Cline, Corinth, 19th Vault, 8th Bars, 10th Beam, 12th Floor, 10th All Around
Hadley Thompson, Lantana, 20th Vault, 13th Bars, 8th Beam, 18th Floor, 17th All Around
Brenna Morrow, Highland Village, 16th Vault, 17th Bars, 13th Beam, 15th Floor, 19th All Around 

Level 6, Division 2
Astrid Giron, Lantana, 8th Vault, 1st Bars, 14th Beam, 15th Floor, 8th All Around 

Level 7, Division 2
Kinsey Stephens, Lantana, 7th Vault, 10th Bars, 5th Beam, 2nd Floor, 6th All Around 

Level 7, Division 1
Ella Klingele, Denton, 15th Vault, 10th Bars, 1st Beam, 10th Floor, 8th All Around
Sophie LaFlamme, Denton, 10th Vault, 11th Bars, 16th Beam, 5th Floor, 16th All Around 

For more information, please contact Michael White, Head Coach, at (940) 484-4900, or by e-mail at Michael.White@achieversgymnastics.com. Achievers Gymnastics is owned and operated by Frank and Johnna Kudlac since 1992.
Celebrating 30 years serving the Denton community, the Achievers curriculum consists of many
 inter-working programs including Girls and Boys USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic gymnastics teams, Girls TAAF Teams, Achievers Ninja Warrior Training, and various levels of recreational gymnastics, cheer, and tumbling classes for children of all ages.

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Gretchen Richter New Achievers USAG Girls Team Program Director

Achievers welcomes new USAG girls’ team director.

Achievers Gymnastics Center is excited to announce the hiring of Gretchen Richter to direct the Achievers USAG girls team program. (Levels 1-10). She will be responsible to manage and oversee the compulsory and optional team programs. She will also coach primarily in the Level 6-10 program. An accomplished coach and choreographer, Gretchen brings a wealth of gymnastics knowledge and coaching experience (36 years) to the Achievers’ program.

“We are excited to welcome Gretchen to our growing Achievers coaching family. We look forward to the expertise and experience that Gretchen will bring to our program. I am positive she will help advance the level of both gymnasts and coaches at our gym” states Frank Kudlac, owner of Achievers Gymnastics Center.

Gretchen started coaching competitive gymnastics in 2008 and since that time, has coached at some of the top gyms in the Houston, TX area. Most recently, coming from AIM Athletics in Spring, TX, from 2021-2022 alone, she helped coach athletes in Levels 6-10 to 77 State Champion titles! Gretchen has assisted gymnasts in obtaining multiple NCAA scholarships as well as being a developmental coach for Olympian Simone Biles. She also brings experience from coaching at National Team Training Camps, the 2013 World Selection Training Camp and TOPS Training.

Prior to her already excellent coaching career, Gretchen was an accomplished gymnast herself. She earned multiple State, Regional, and National accolades during her time in the JO National program. She then accepted a full scholarship and competed as a Division I NCAA gymnast at West Virginia University where she continued to earn many awards.

To quote Gretchen, “I feel that I have been very blessed in all my experiences through USA Gymnastics, from the coaches I had as an athlete, to the college I competed at, and now, the athletes I have been able to train in my career. I am beyond excited to begin this new path as Head Coach at Achievers Gymnastics, and I promise to pass down my 36 years of experience in the sport to hopefully give the athletes at Achievers the same opportunities I had in my life. Gymnastics is more to me than just a sport, I used it as a therapeutic tool that helped me navigate through every aspect of my life, even in my adulthood. I believe that there is no other sport that requires the dedication, body awareness, and mental strength that gymnastics provides, and I have witnessed it not only change my life for the better, but every person I have met along the way in the gymnastics community. I know gymnastics is my passion, but I have come to realize it is my destiny to leave a lasting imprint on children of all ages by teaching them the sport, motivating them to dream and achieve, and vaulting them into a successful life after the sport! I am looking forward to using my professional experience and love for children in preparing for next season and witnessing daily success and transformation from every child at Achievers Gymnastics! “

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Description of the Achievers program:  Achievers Gymnastics in Denton, TX is owned and operated by Frank and Johnna Kudlac since 1992. Celebrating 30 years of excellence in 2022, Achievers consists of many inter-working programs including girls’ and boys’ Junior Olympic gymnastics teams, TAAF girls team program, and various levels of recreational gymnastics, cheerleading and tumbling and Ninja training classes for children and adults of all ages.

For more information, please contact Frank Kudlac, Owner and Director of Operations, at (940) 484-4900, or by e-mail at FKudlac@aol.com

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XCEL SILVER STATE CHAMPIONS (L-R: Hadley Allen, Makenna Richard, Belleange Jean-Louis, and Avery Miller

ACHIEVERS TAAF / XCEL SILVER GYMNASTICS TEAM COMPETES AT STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Team brings home a 1st place state title 

IRVING, TX – The Achievers’ TAAF XCEL Silver girls team participated in their last competition of the season at the TAAF XCEL Silver State Championship. The state competition was held in Irving, TX at Irving Gymnastics.

There were 21 teams in the team competition, and the XCEL Silver girls’ team took home the gold: making them the 2022 Texas State Champions! A huge accomplishment for the gymnasts, coaches, and Achievers!

Other highlights include first place gold medals by Avery Miller on vault and all around, and Belleange Jean-Louis on balance beam.

Meet Results

 

XCEL SILVER, DIVISION 5
Paisley Elrod, Shady Shores, 16th Vault, 3rd Bars, 12th Beam, 18th Floor, 14th All Around

XCEL SILVER, DIVISION 4
Lily Hightshoe, Justin, 18th Vault, 4th Bars, 12th Beam, 16th Floor, 17th All Around

XCEL SILVER, DIVISION 2
Hadley Allen, Denton, 4th Vault, 5th Bars, 8th Beam, 18th Floor, 5th All Around

XCEL SILVER, DIVISION 1
Belleange Jean-Louis, Denton, 10th Vault, 4th Bars, 1st Beam, 5th Floor, 2nd All Around
Avery Miller, Aubrey, 1st Vault, 10th Bars, 2nd Beam, 10th Floor, 1st All Around
MaKenna Richard, Argyle, 4th Vault, 7th Bars, 19th Beam, 7th Floor, 17th All Around            

For more information, please contact Michael White, TAAF/Xcel Head Coach at (940) 484-4900, or by e-mail at Michael.White@achieversgymnastics.com

Achievers Gymnastics is owned and operated by Frank and Johnna Kudlac since 1992. Celebrating 30 years serving the Denton community, the Achievers curriculum consists of many inter-working programs including Girls and Boys USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic gymnastics teams, Girls TAAF Teams, Achievers Ninja Warrior Training, and various levels of recreational gymnastics, cheer, and tumbling classes for children of all ages.

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Corbin Wood (far right) 7th place Pommel Horse USAG Western National Championship.

ACHIEVERS BOYS GYMNASTS ATTEND THE INAUGURAL USA GYMNASTICS WESTERN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Reno, NV – Two boys from the Achievers gymnastics boys team competed at the inaugural Western National Championships in Reno, Nevada on April 30th, and May 1st.

The USA Gymnastics Western Nationals was started in 2022 to highlight the top 750 Level 7-9 gymnasts in the United States west of the Mississippi. Corbin Wood and Jackson Sembroski competed in Level 7 and Level 9, respectively.
Highlights of the competition were Corbin Wood securing a 7th place finish on Pommel Horse and a 20th finish in the All Around. Jackson Sembroski had a successful meet and has improved all year long to be a qualifier to this prestigious event. The future looks bright for Corbin as he progresses to Level 9 next season and hopes to qualify back to Western Nationals. Jackson will be advancing to Level 10 and has his goal set for next season to qualify to the Development National Championships with the top Level 10 gymnastics in the Nation! Congratulations to our two athletes and coaches on a great season. 

Meet Results

Level 7: 12–14-year-old:
Corbin Wood, Decatur, Pommel H 7th, Vault 19th, Parallel Bars 19th, All Around 20th

 

Level 9: 14–15-year-old:
Jackson Sembroski, Denton, Pommel H 10th, Vault 10th, Parallel Bars 13th, Horizontal Bars 10th, All Around 18th 

For more information, please contact Ryan Turney, Boys Head Coach at (940) 484-4900, or by e-mail at Ryan.Turney@achieversgymnastics.com

Achievers Gymnastics is owned and operated by Frank and Johnna Kudlac since 1992. Celebrating 30 years serving the Denton community, the Achievers curriculum consists of many inter-working programs including Girls and Boys USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic gymnastics teams, Girls TAAF Teams, Achievers Ninja Warrior Training, and various levels of recreational gymnastics, cheer, and tumbling classes for children of all ages.

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Shelbie Donaldson - regional BB and All-around cha Shelbie Donaldson Level 7 Beam & All-Around 1st place Regional Champion.

ACHIEVERS GIRLS LEVEL 7 GYMNASTICS TEAM COMPETES AT REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

Plano, Texas– The Achiever’s Level 7 girls had their very last competition of this season. The level 7 regional championship was held in Plano, Texas. Over 500 athletes from 7 states (Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico, Kansas, and Arkansas) competed in this competition.
The Achievers girls finished their 2022 adventure of a season with their best results, scores, and performances of the year!
1st place Regional gold medals were won at this competition by Shelbie Donaldson for balance beam (back to back regional beam champion 21 & 22) and all around.
Other highlights at the meet included a silver medal 2nd place finish for Claire Ewing/floor, Nailah Chatman/beam, and Brynlee Dark/ beam. Taking home a 3rd place bronze medal was Claire Ewing/beam, Nailah Chatman/All-Around and Shelbie Donaldson/bars. All five of the level 7’s competing hit (without a major mistake) 20 for 20 routines performed over the course of the competition. 

COMPETITION RESULTS: 

Level 7 Jr B3 Division:
Claire Ewing, Denton, 4th Vault, 14th Bars, 3rd Beam, 2nd Floor, 10th All-Around 

Level 7 Jr C3 Division:
Nailah Chatman, Denton, 4th Vault, 4th Bars, 2nd Beam, 8th Floor, 3rd All-Around 

Level 7 Sr A4 Division:
Brynlee Dark, Lantana, 9th Vault, 16th Bars, 2nd Beam, 20th Floor, 12th All-Around 

Level 7 Sr B1 Division:
Shelbie Donaldson, Decatur, 9th Vault, 3rd Bars, 1st Beam, 9th Floor, 1st All Around 

Level 7 Sr B2 Division:
Emery Darrow, Coppell, 15th Vault, 14th, 7th Beam, 10th Floor, 10th All Around 

For more information, please contact Frank Kudlac, Head Coach, and Director of Operations at (940) 484-4900, or by e-mail at Frank.Kudlac@achieversgymnastics.com

Achievers Gymnastics is owned and operated by Frank and Johnna Kudlac since 1992. Celebrating 29 years serving the Denton and North Texas community, the Achievers curriculum consists of many inter-working programs including Girls and Boys USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic gymnastics teams, Girls TAAF Teams, Achievers Ninja Warrior Training, and various levels of recreational gymnastics, cheer, and tumbling classes for children of all ages.

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Level 9 Regional Qualifiers(L-R) 1st place Beam Champion, Elena Miller 3rd place vault Piper Gow

ACHIEVERS LEVEL 9 OPTIONAL GYMNASTS COMPETE AT REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
            Several top 5 Placements – Elena Miller – Regional Beam Champion

Plano, Texas– The Achievers Level 9 team athletes competed at the Level 9 Regional Championships this past weekend and had several top 5 placements. The Level 9 regional championship was hosted by Metroplex Gymnastics at the Plano Events Center in Plano, Texas. Level 9 gymnasts from 6 states, Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Wyoming, Colorado, and Kansas competed in this competition.
Outstanding performances achieved was a first place, gold medal finish by Elena Miller on the balance beam, a 3rd place bronze finish medal for Sophie Salvatori on bars and a bronze 3rd place finish on Vault for Piper Gow. Salvatori secured an alternate spot on the Sr 3 team that will advance to the Western National Championship in Salt Lake City, Utah on May 6-8th
The next and final competition of the 2022 season for the Achievers team girls will be the Level 7 regional championships host by Texas USA Gymnastics in Plano, Texas on April 29th-May 1st. 

COMPETITION RESULTS:

Level 9, Jr. 7 Division:
Elena Miller, Flower Mound, 10th Vault, 18th Bars, 1st Beam, 14th Floor, 15th All- Around

Level 9, Jr. 7 Division:
Piper Gow, Lantana, 3rd Vault, 13th Bars, 8th Beam, 8th Floor, 10th All-Around

Level 9 Sr 2 Division:
Avery Futrell, Lantana, 5th Vault, 10th Bars, 11th Beam, 12th Floor, 11th All-Around
Addison Willis, Denton, 10th Floor 

Level 9, Sr. 3 Division:
Sophie Salvatori, Lantana, 10th Vault, 3rd Bars, 13th Beam, 11th Floor, 8th All Around 

For more information, please contact Frank Kudlac, Head Coach, and Director of Operations at (940) 484-4900, or by e-mail at Frank.Kudlac@achieversgymnastics.com

Achievers Gymnastics is owned and operated by Frank and Johnna Kudlac since 1992. Celebrating 30 years serving the Denton community, the Achievers curriculum consists of many inter-working programs including Girls and Boys USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic gymnastics teams, Girls TAAF Teams, Achievers Ninja Warrior Training, and various levels of recreational gymnastics, cheer, and tumbling classes for children of all ages.