BATH GYMNASTS Kallie Maney, left, and Kayla Soucy, above, perform during a meet at the Bath Area Family YMCA recently against Lewiston. The team is back in action on Feb. 13 in Bath.

BATH GYMNASTS Kallie Maney, left, and Kayla Soucy, above, perform during a meet at the Bath Area Family YMCA recently against Lewiston. The team is back in action on Feb. 13 in Bath.

BATH

The Bath Area Family YMCA girls gymnastics team hosted a meet against Lewiston-Auburn on Saturday.

In Level 2, ages 7-8, Nataleigh Cantrell placed first in the all-around with a 32.6. Cantrell was first on vault (8.75) and second on floor (8.15).

 

 

In the 9-year-old division, teammates Kyra Fortier (36.1) and Sarah Ouellette (34.95) placed first and second all-around, respectively. Fortier placed first on both vault (9.25) and floor (9.1), while Ouellette placed first on bars (8.85) and was second on vault (9.0).

In Level Two, ages 10-11, Charlotte Hilton placed first in the all-around with a 36.0. Hilton was first on both beam (9.1) and vault (8.9). Allie Tatham placed first on bars with a 9.25. Tatham was third on beam (9.025) and was second in the all-around (35.375). Teammates Katie Campbell (35.05) and Marissa Zavitz (34.45) placed third and fourth in the all-around, respectively. Zavitz earned first on the floor (9.2) and Campbell second on both floor (9.15) and beam (9.05). Grace Campbell placed fifth in the all-around with a 33.75, and tied with teammate Campbell Jacobs for fourth on bars with an 8.5. Jacobs earned seventh in the all-around (32.15). Lily Powers earned third place on vault (8.5) and bars (8.8) and placed sixth all-around with a 33.70.

Ava Wolverton (33.35) and Macie Shiers (31.85) placed second and third all-around, respectively, in Level 3, age-9 competition. Wolverton was first on both vault (9.0) and floor (8.65). Shiers placed second in floor (8.35) and third on vault (8.8).

In the 10-year-old division, Sophie Wood earned first all-around with a 33.15. Wood was second on floor (8.6) and tied for first on beam (8.05) with teammate Anastasia DeLoge. DeLoge earned first on floor with a 8.9, and was second in the all-around (32.9). Molly Newell (32.25) and Aurora Jamison (31.15) placed third and fifth on the all-around, respectively. Jamison earned first on vault (9.0) and second on bars (8.05), while Newell earned first on bars (8.45) and second on vault (8.9).

In the 11-year-old division, Carolyn Carter placed first all-around (34.55), and was first on both vault (9.1) and floor (9.25). Hannah Baker placed second all-around with a 34.25 and was first on bars (8.55) and second on beam (8.1).

In Level 5 competition, Anna Yankee earned first place all-around with a 33.9. Yankee was first on beam (9.0) and floor (8.75). Teammate Elizabeth Bingham earned first on both vault (8.65) and bars (8.4). Bingham placed second in the all-around (33.75). Grace Delano (31.3) was third in the all-around, and also earned third on both floor (8.3) and beam (8.0).

Emma Dobransky earned first place all-around in Excel Silver, 10-11 year old division, with a 34.85. Dobransky placed first on both floor (8.75) and beam (8.8). Teammate Michaela Anderson earned first on both vault (8.85) and bars (9.35), and was second in the all-around (34.2).

In the 12-13 division, Tori Hersey earned first place all-around with a 35.0, while teammate Tatiana Scott (34.15) earned second. Hersey was first on vault (9.15) and second on beam (8.7). Scott earned first place on both bars (8.45) and floor (8.9).

In the 14-15 division, Jenny Bakewell earned first place all-around with a 34.65. Bakewell earned first on both bars (9.1) and floor (8.8). Teammate Charlotte Carter (33.9) was second allaround, with a first on vault (8.75) and beam (8.55).

In Excel Gold, ages 10-12, Audrey Crews earned first place all- around ( 35.05), with a first place on both vault (9.1) and floor (9.0). Kallie Maney earned second all-around (32.9), and was first on beam ( 9.1). Maney tied for third place on vault (8.1) with teammate Alamea McCarthy. McCarthy was second on beam (8.7) and place sixth in the all-around (24.3).

In the 13-14 division, Hannah Goodman (33.95) and Rachel Poulton (31.45) placed fourth and sixth in the all-around, respectively. Goodman earned third on both floor (8.75) and beam (8.65). Poulton was second in vault (8.7) and fourth on floor (8.7).

In the 15-21 division, Gabriella Taylor earned first place all-around with a 34.5. Taylor was also first on both bars (8.7) and beam (8.9). Erika Tardiff earned first place on the vault with a 9.0, and second on bars (8.65). Tardiff placed third all-around (32.45). Carly Lister earned second place on floor with an 8.3. Lister was third on bars (8.55) and was fourth in the all-around (31.35).

Teammates Kayla Soucy and Lilia Hayford tied for first place all-around in the Excel Platinum division with a 35.0. Hayford earned first place on bars (9.1) and second in vault (9.05), while Soucy earned first on both vault (9.25) and floor (8.9). Havi Ellers placed third allaround (34.1), with a second on both bars (8.9) and beam (8.3). Teammate Kimberly Brown earned first place on beam with a 9.0. Brown placed fifth on vault (8.4) and was third in the all-around (24.85). Marisabel Rodriguez earned fourth in the all-around (24.2), with a fourth on vault (8.6) and third on floor (8.4).

Bath host another competition on Feb. 13.


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