Brauckmuller won the All around title with a score of 37.950 in the Level 10 division.
She captured the vault (9.575), bars (9.225), floor (9.775) and beam (9.375).
Brauckmuller is one of 34 athletes from across the United States to earn an invitation into the national event.
She qualified through the Magical Classic hosted by Brown's Gymnastics in Orlando.
The Luikin Cup is March 2 in new York, running in conjunction with the AT&T American Cup.
The Florida Flips gymnasts competed in the USA Gymnastics Presidential Men's Gymnastics Invitational during the weekend at the ESPN Disney Wide World of Sports.
Austin Smith and Caleb Hankins led the way for the Flips.
Smith, competing in the age 14-14, Level 9 category, taking third all around.
He won the floor and horizontal bar. He placed second on the pommel horse and third on the rings, vault and parallel bars.
Hankins was fourth all around in the age 10-11, Level 4 division. He was third on the pommel horse and rings.
Matthew Simpson was second on the age 12-and-older, Level 5 vault.
Colton Johnson placed fourth all around in the Level 4, age 7 division. Johnson was third on the floor and rings.
Sinjin Nelson placed second on the floor in the Level 5, age 10-11 division. He finished fifth all around.
Nick Tolento took second on the Level 5, age 7-8 vault.
Brandon Price finished third on the age 12-and-older Level 5 horizontal bar.
Tyler Dusek placed third on the pommel horse in the age 7, Level 4 division.
The Winter Haven Kicks boys' under-15 soccer team won the President's Day Tournament during the weekend in Plant City.
It was the second weekend in a row the team brought home a trophy.
The Kicks defeated the Venice Falcons 4-1 in the championship game to win it all.
They opened with a 5-0 victory over the Brandon Flames FC. the Kicks edged Plant City 3-2.
Sunday, they trimmed the Brandon Flames 1-0 to reach the final.
Frantz Paul led the Kicks over the weekend with six goals. Felix Vassallo added two goals. Luis Bautista, Leonardo Villegas, Steven Coon, Ryan Smith and Alejandro Rodriquez each scored single goals. Chris Desmond handled the chores in goal.
The team, which won the USA League Division II title recently, also captured the end-of-the-season tournament in Plant City going 3-0. they scored 19 goals and allowed one.
Also playing for the Kicks were Logan Spang, Jacoby Castro, Andres Acosta, Ronnie Owen, Coleman Cavanah and Genesis Cornejo.
The TEAM ELITE power lifting team of Lakeland broke nine state records and earned four Best Lifter Awards in the WABDL Classic Powerlifting Championships in Orlando.
Jacob Sundey won the 16-17 age group, 181-pound class. He set a bench press state record with a 352-pound bench press.
He dead lifted 471 pounds to win the title and was named Best Teen Lifter.
Dillon Durham captured the 16-17 age group, 148-pound class. Durham won the dead lift with a state record lift of 402 pounds.
Alexandria Dodds claimed the girls' 12-13 age group, 132-pound class.
She won the bench press with a state record 104 pounds and a dead lift state record of 175 pounds, landing her the Best Teen Lifter award.
Kendall Thurn captured the 18-19 age group, 220-pound class.
He won the bench press with 330 pounds and the dead lift with 485 pounds.
Jonathan Graham won the 16-17 age group, 220-pound class.
He set two state records. He benched 330 pounds and dead lifted 529 pounds. He was also named Best Teen Dead Lifter.
Jordan Lauther won the 20-25 age group, 220-pound class, taking the dead lift with 569 pounds.
Joseph Townsend captured the 18-19 age group, 198-pound class by winning the bench press with a 318-pound lift.
He won the dead lift with 501 pounds.
Tim Acfalle claimed the 18-19 age group, 132-pound class by wining the bench press with a state record lift of 203 pounds and a state dead lift record of 314 pounds.
Jeremy Bennett claimed the 242-pound class.
He won the bench press with a 440-pound lift and the dead lift with a state record 622 pounds, giving him the Best Lifter Award.
Fourteen gymnasts from Gymtek of Lakeland earned 19 medals in the second AAU state qualifier held during the weekend in Vero Beach.
Kaitlyn Bryce, 17, captured the all-around title in the modified optional division.
Audra Jones, 12, won the all around title in Level 7, while competing for the first time.
In the Level 5 open division, Holly Lovelock, 12, won the uneven bars and placed second all around in the Level 5, open division.
Morgan Rosegger, 14, won the uneven bars and placed second all around in Level 6.
Emily Brahnam, 9, also captured the uneven bars and took third all-around.
Emily Foppe, 11, placed fourth on vault, beam and floor.
In the Level 5 advanced division, Lauren Ball, 10, placed second on the uneven bars and third all around.
In the Level 5, novice division, Allison Kimsey, 12, took second on uneven bars and third all around.
Madison Elliott, 11, finished second on the vault and third on the beam.
Tierney Brandt, 10, took third on vault.
Olivia Bragg, 7, took third on all events including the all-around.
Gena Bajsa finished second on the uneven bars and floor.
Hayden Wright, 13, placed third on floor exercise and the all-around.
Devin Browne, 10, placed second all-around in Level 7.
Several promising drivers competed in the Legends' Winter Nationals 50 Lap, $1,000 race Saturday night at the Auburndale Speedway.
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