Members of the Surrey Gymnastics Society combined for four all around medals at the Christy Fraser Memorial Invitational, hosted by the Langley Gymnastics Foundation.
Brady Reeleder, 10, won the all around gold medal in the Provincial Level 2 boys for athletes 10-and-under. In a field of 20, he had the high scores on floor exercise and parallel bars, and added a silver medal on vault. He was also fifth on rings.
Teammate Reggie Quintana, 9, was fourth on floor and sixth on high bar.
Treyson Cerrato won an all around silver medal in the Provincial Level 5 boys. Cerrato, 13, medaled in all six events. He won gold on vault, silver on pommel horse, rings, parallel bars and high bars, and bronze on floor.
In the Provincial Level 3 category for boys under 13, 12-year-old Timofey Azhogin was the all around bronze medalist. Azhogin won gold on vault, silver on floor, pommel horse and rings, and bronze on high bar.
The fourth all around medal was earned by Emanuel Gutierrez Sandoval in the Elite 3 boys group for 9-10 year-olds. The 10-year-old placed second all around after winning a gold medal on floor and parallel bars, a silver on vault and bronze medals on pommel horse and rings. He was also fourth in high bar.
In girls competition, Chenay Wong won a bronze medal on floor in the Junior Olympic Level 6 group for 11-12 year-olds.