North Atlantic Gymnastic Academy gymnasts excel at statesDomeracki soars to first all-around; Kemper, Talty, Fisher-Barrett second all-around
Waterville — North Atlantic Gymnastics Academy gymnasts displayed their grace, artistry and incredible athletic abilities at the highest levels during the USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic Maine State Championships for Level 2, 3, 4 and Excel on Saturday and Sunday, April 1-2, an event hosted by the Waterville YMCA at the Alfond Youth Center.
The gymnasts competed on vault, balance beam, uneven parallel bars and floor exercise, with the combination of scores from those four creating their all-around totals and place.
The following are the highlights, provided by coaches, for NAGA gymnasts who competed in the two-day competition:
The team includes Jenna Yarosis of Rockport, Elsa Schwalm of Camden, Charlotte Gaudreau of Rockland, Margaret McCarthy of Hope, Ella McClean of Warren, Mckenzie Felter of Warren, Madelynne Weaver of Rockland, Rose Waltz of Whitefield, Liana Talty of Lincolnville, Grace McClean of Warren and London Hunter of Newcastle.
The group placed fourth.
The individual NAGA results included:
Yarosis placed sixth all-around (32.35) and third on floor (8.1).
Schwalm placed eighth all-around (28.75).
Gaudreau placed fifth all-around (32.275) and third on balance beam (8.625).
McCarthy placed seventh all-around (30.675).
McClean placed fourth all-around (32.6) and third on bars (8.45).
Felter placed fifth all-around (31.25) and third on vault (8.25) and beam (8.35).
Weaver placed seventh all-around (29.55).
Waltz placed eighth all-around (28.15).
Talty placed second all-around (35.8). She also placed second on vault (9.0), first on bars (9.1), third on beam (8.8) and second on floor (8.9).
McClean placed sixth all-around (32.3).
London Hunter placed seventh all-around (32.15).
The team includes Molly O’Dwyer of Rockport, Addison Poland of Cushing, Tilia Meinersmann of Warren and Scarlett Martin of Lincolnville.
The individual NAGA results included:
O'Dwyer placed seventh all-around (30.525) and third on vault (9.075).
Poland placed ninth all-around (33.2).
Meinersmann placed 11th all-around (32.0) and third on vault (8.85).
Martin placed seventh all-around (34.125) and second on beam with 9.25.
The team includes Madilyn Anderson of Port Clyde, Abbie Anderson of Port Clyde, Leah Snyder of Hope, Miranda Yarosis of Rockport, Abby Hise of Lincolnville, Bella Barnes-Demers of Camden, and Aubrianna Hoose of Islseboro.
Madilyn Anderson placed fifth all-around (31.15).
Hoose placed third all-around (33.475).
Snyder placed fifth all-around (33.425).
Yarosis placed ninth all-around (31.525).
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Abbie Anderson placed sixth all-around (33.225).
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Hise placed sixth all-around (31.55).
Barnes-Demers placed 11th all-around (32.125).
The team includes Eve Domeracki of Camden, Sophia Skrivanich of Camden, Naomi Fisher-Barrett of Appleton, Aaliyah Ten Broeck of Union and Aleah Sebrey of Union.
The group placed second.
Domeracki placed first all-around (34.5), as well as first on vault (8.8), bars (8.95) and and floor (8.95).
Skrivanich placed sixth all-around (33.75) and third on vault (8.55).
Fisher-Barrett placed second all-around (35.075). She also placed second on beam (8.925) and floor (8.8).
Ten Broeck placed third all-around (34.95). She also won vault (9.05) and was second on bars (9.05).
Sebrey placed fifth all-around (35.55). She also won the balance beam (9.275).
The team includes Audrey Strong of Camden, Cadence Ankers of Rockport, Erin Stevenson of Owls Head and Kate Kemper of Rockport.
Strong placed sixth all-around (34.675).
Ankers placed 4th all-around (35.125). She also placed second on vault (8.8) and third on balance beam (9.15).
Stevenson placed seventh all-around (35.4).
Kemper placed second all-around (35.575). She also placed second on vault (8.5), bars (9.0), beam (8.9) and and floor (9.175).
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