EVERETT, Wash. (AP) -- Kyla Ross won the gold medal on the balance beam, took silver on the uneven bars and bronze on the floor exercise Sunday night in the individual event finals of the Pacific Rim gymnastics championships.
The U.S. team won six golds, including two by Chris Brooks of Houston.
The men's all-around winner on Saturday added individual golds on the rings and the horizontal bar on Sunday.
The 15-year-old Ross, of Alisa Viejo, Calif., competing in her first event as a member of the U.S. senior team, finished with a 15.375 total on the beam. That overcame the 15.3 of Canada's Christine Lee.
Gabby Douglas of Virginia Beach, Va., won the bars title with 15.15 points. Ross got silver with 15.05.
Jordyn Wieber of De Witt, Mich., the all-around gold medalist on Friday, won the women's floor exercise with 15.125 points. Ross, the all-around runner-up, earned bronze on the floor.
The 25-year-old Brooks won gold on the rings with 15.075 points, then totaled 15.45 to win the horizontal bar.
Jake Dalton of Reno grabbed the gold on the men's floor exercise. Dalton, 20, had a 15.375 total.
Other winners were Wakiko Ryu of Japan on the women's vault with 14.062, Rongbing Liu of China on the men's pommel horse (14.825), Wai Hung Shek of Hong Kong on men's vault (15.687), and Jorge Giraldo of Colombia on men's parallel bars (15.15).