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On Feb. 27, 28 and March 1, gymnasts from Harford Gymnastics joined USA Gymnastics to unite in a three-day competition to raise money for Living Beyond Breast Cancer.

The Pink Invitational was presented by AJS Pancott Gymnastics National Training Center, and was held at the United Sports Training Center in Downingtown, Pa. This was an opportunity to educate young athletes, while raising money for LBBC, which benefited from all proceeds of the event.

Amanda Lievendag placed third all-around in the Level 10 session with Anna Willette placing seventh. Lievendag scored 9.3 to place third with her uneven bar routine, Lydia Thompson scored 9.05 to place fourth and Willette scored 9.175 for a sixth place finish. Thompson placed second with her performance on the balance beam (9.075) and Lievendag placed fourth (9.0.). Willette scored 9.0 with her floor exercise routine.

Level 9 was led by Sydney Dawson. Dawson was first in the all-around and Katie Hutschenreuter was fourth. With a 9.075, Dawson also captured first place with her fault. Brooke Hyman placed second with her balance beam routine.

The Level 8 took home the third place team trophy. Chelsea Baker led the team with her first place finish all-around in the 16 and older age group and Emily Walstrum took fourth. Michaela Soper stood in third place all-around in the 14-15 age group, and Lindsay Rush captured fourth place in the 13 age group. Alexis Kratzmeier scored 9.25, followed by Soper with 9.15 in the vault routine. Walstrum earned a first place finish with her uneven bar routine, and Kratzmeier scored 9.125 with her routine. Maya Moskunas scored 9.175 for her beam routine, followed by Erin Dodson (9.1) and Kratzmeier (9.075.). Soper was the top scorer (9.175) on the vault in the 14-15 age group. Baker took second on vault with 9.05. Moskunas scored 9.25, followed by Kratzmeier for their vaults in the 11 and under age group. Stephanie Carper and Jordyn Oster also competed for Level 8.

Sarah Bach led the Level 7 team, placing second all-around, with Ciana Campo placing fourth. Bach also took second with her vault (9.275) followed by Campo (9.175), Sammy Bowen (9.025), Anna Ripken (9.05), and Olivia Portera (9.00.). Portera’s 9.025 took sixth place for the uneven bars. Bach captured third place with 9.00 on the balance beam and first place finish for floor exercise (9.15) and Abbey Carnivale was second with her floor routine (9.075.). Emily Brooks and Natalie Thompson also competed in the Level 7 session.


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