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The Harford Gymnastics Level 4 Team competed in the Maryland state meet in Berlin April 10-11.

Hailey Tebo captured first place all-around in the Child B group scoring 37.600. Tebo was second with her vault (9.45), second with her uneven bar routine (9.4) and tied for first on the floor with her teammate, Caitlyn Allen, (9.35). Morgan Motsay placed first with her floor exercise routine of 9.625 and third with her vault of 9.35 in the Junior B group. Addie Kalama scored fifth with her vault of 9.475 in the Junior D group.

Following Tebo and Kalama on the vault were Josie Birdsong (9.17), Ashley Fannon (9.15), Jada Mora (9.175) and Lauren Winn (9.0) Birdsong placed fifth with her uneven bar routine (9.15), followed by Fannon (9.0) and Kalama (9.1). Placing in the top 10 on the balance beam were Allen (9.425), Fannon (9.275), Kalama (9.4), Mora (9.2) and Tebo (9.4). Mora (9.125), Winn (9.35), Hailey Baker, Birdsong (9.15) and Kalama placed in the top 10 for their floor exercises.

Level 7

Level 7 gymnasts from Harford Gymnastics competed in Columbia for the State Gymnastics Meet April 17-18.

Ciana Campo stood in the top spot for level 7 state meet with an all-around scored of 36.375. Campo took first place with her uneven bar routine (9.325), third place with her balance beam routine (9.0) and second place with her floor routine (9.30. Sarah Bach placed second all-around with 35.600. Bach scored 9.075 on vault and 9.275 on floor. Olivia Portera captured fourth place on uneven bars, scoring 9.075. Along with Campo, placing in the top 10 on balance beam were Bach, Sammy Bowen, Anna Ripken and Natalie Thompson. Abbey Carnivale took second place on floor (9.30), while Bowen scored 9.0 to capture seventh place. Emily Brooks and Diana Bevilacqua went four for four at the meet.

Level 6

Jordan Rampolla became the Level 6 Balance Beam Champion by scoring 9.35 and placing sixth all-around. Ashley Kutcher captured second place all-around. She was second with her vault (9.475), eighth on beam (9.25) and second on floor (9.125). Also placing in the top 10 on vault were Dana Levi (9.3), Rampolla (9.4) and Nora Stroh (9.15). Amber Adkins scored 9.3 on balance beam. Madeline Dempsey was third on uneven bars (9.2).

Levels 9 and 10

Harford Gymnastics qualified three Level 10 gymnasts and three Level 9 gymnasts to compete in regionals in Chesapeake, Va., April 10-11.

Amanda Lievendag, Lydia Thompson and Anna Willette competed at Level 10 and the three qualified to compete in the Level 10 Junior Olympics to be held in Dallas, Texas, on May 8-9.

To qualify for the Level 10 Junior Olympics, the gymnast must place in the top nine all-around at the regional level. Lievendag placed fourth on the vault (9.40), followed by Willette (9.325) and Thompson (9.075). Willette scored 9.225 on the balance beam and Lievendag scored 9.275 on floor to place second.

Sydney Dawson, Katie Hutschenreuter and Brooke Hyman competed in Level 9. Hyman placed fifth all-around and qualified to compete in Level 9 Eastern National to be held in Charleston, W.Va., this weekend. Hutschenreuter placed seventh with her vault of 9.125, followed by Dawson (9.05). Hyman placed second on the beam with 9.3 and third on the floor with 9.05.


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