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The compulsory teams from Harford Gymnastics traveled to the Prince George’s County Sports and Learning Center in Landover to compete in the Evergreen Invitational Meet Jan.10.

Taking second place with a team score of 106.75, the Level 6 team was led by Jordan Rampolla (12+ age group) (36.125) and Ashley Kutcher (11 age group) with each gymnast capturing first place all-around in her respective group. Rampolla placed first in all rotations; vault (9.325), uneven bars, balance beam (9.0), and floor exercise (9.2). Dana Levi tied for second with her vault and third place with her balance beam routine. Kutcher took first place for her vault (9.375), uneven bars and floor exercise (9.35) and Nora Stroh finished fourth with her vault. In the vault rotation for the 8-10 age group, Madeline Dempsey placed first and Amber Adkins placed third.

Emily Hughes’ first place 36.775 all-around score led the Level 5 team in taking home third place honors. Hughes was in first place with her vault (9.05), uneven bar routine (9.375) and her floor exercise (9.45). Placing second with a vault of 9.05 was Amanda Kutcher with Brogan Gerhart, Kathryn Hodges and Breanna Greene taking fifth place. Erin Hyman and Megan Stocum tied for fourth place in the 10 age group on the uneven bars and Greene (9.15) placed fourth in the 9 age group. Stocum placed third for her balance beam routine with Lindsey Stevenson taking fifth. Also in the medal count were Grace Damico, Megan Dodson, Gabrielle Durastanti, Hailey Ganzermiller, Kaitlyn Iwanowski, Tatiana Mora, and Madison Pailthorp. Newcomer to the team, Kelsey Johnstone, qualified for the State Meet.

The Level 4 team was led by Josie Birdsong with a third place finish in the all around. Jada Mora took top honors on the vault with a 9.6, followed by Birdsong (9.5), Morgan Motsay (9.45), Addie Kalama (9.4), Hailey Tebo (9.3), Caitlyn Allen (9.1), Haley Baker, Grace Cross, Ashley Fannon, and Sarah Weglein. In the medal count for uneven bars were Tebo, Birdsong, Fannon and Kalama. Birdsong (9.225) placed second on the beam with Kalama (9.05) placing third. Allen, Baker, Megan Despres, Kali Dialoiso, Fannon, Motsay and Natasha Slutzky also received medals for their performances on the balance beam. Receiving medals for their floor routines were Motsay (9.45), Birdsong (9.225), Allen (9.15), Mora (9.0), Tebo, Baker, Cross, Kalama and Fannon. Lauren Winn qualified for the State Meet, while Victoria Kays and Megan Peyton competed in all four events.


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