Her results qualified her for the Southern California State Gymnastics Level 4 finals in San Diego.
The Burbank resident was coming off a first-place all-around finish in the third Preliminary South Meet in Santee on Oct. 6.
UCLA assistant gymnastics coach Chris Waller, who is a 1992 Barcelona Olympian, operates Wallers Gym Jam with his wife, Cindy.
Britton, Arizona football team score big upset: Burroughs High graduate and University of Arizona offensive lineman Eben Britton was in the thick of things Thursday during a big upset victory.
Britton, a 6-foot-6, 310-pound sophomore starting right tackle who has played in all of the Wildcats 11 games, helped lead Arizona to a 34-24 home win against No. 2-ranked Oregon.
Antoine Cason returned a punt 56 yards for a touchdown and an interception 42 yards for another score, as the Wildcats.
The Wildcats (5-6, 4-4 in the Pacific 10 Conference) ambushed a ranked team in Arizona Stadium for the fourth straight season under Coach Mike Stoops. Oregon (8-2, 5-2) became the fifth No. 2 team to lose since Oct. 6, following USC, California, South Florida and Boston College.
Arizona quarterback Willie Tuitama completed 21 of 39 passes for 266 yards and two touchdowns and was intercepted once. Mike Thomas caught two touchdown passes for the Wildcats.
Trailing, 31-14, early in the third quarter, Oregon had a 13-yard touchdown run by Jonathan Stewart nullified on a holding penalty against receiver Garren Strong. The Ducks settled for a 34-yard field goal by Matt Evensen.
Oregon pulled to within seven on AndreCrenshaw’s two-yard touchdown run with 7:53 to go in the game.
Arizona answered with an 11-play drive that ended in Jason Bondzio’s 46-yard field goal with 3:20 to go.
Britton, who graduated from Burroughs in 2005, was a standout football and track and field athlete for the Indians.
As a senior, he was able to shine on an Indians football team that enjoyed mixed results in 2004. Burroughs went 4-6 and was winless (0-5) in the Foothill League.
However, despite the Indians’ struggles, Britton was named the Foothill League Lineman of the Year. He also earned All-Area accolades for the second straight season, participated in the CaliFlorida All-Star game in January 2005 in Miami and was one of the nation’s top prep stars, earning Cal-Hi Sports All-State second-team honors.
Britton carried the success of his senior football season into the track and field campaign, where he became one of the top throwers in league. He qualified for CIF Southern Section postseason competition in the boys’ shot put and discus. His best throw of the shot was 57 feet 9, and his discus mark of 160-6 set a school record.
— Jeff Tully