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Bainbridge Island Gymnastics Club girls finish season

Mariko Ronan competes at the State Championships in the Level 6 competition.   - Ken Ronan photo
Mariko Ronan competes at the State Championships in the Level 6 competition.
— image credit: Ken Ronan photo

The competition season for the Bainbridge Island Gymnastics Club’s Girls’ Team wrapped up with solid individual showings at the State Championships.

The Optional (Levels 7-10) State Championship was held on March 22-24, 2013 at Bellevue College. Level 7 gymnasts Morgan Dierickx, Jianna Kaufman, Remi Rosencrans and Mia Bruzzo all qualified and competed.  Level 8 gymnast Marielle Summers also competed at the State Championships in Bellevue and had her best meet of the season, but also the final meet of her career as she graduated from Bainbridge High in June.

Chloe Seferos also competed at the State Championships for the first time as a Level 9.

The Level 5 and 6 girls State Championship was held April 26-28 at the HUB Sports Center in Spokane.

Cate Shelton-Jenck, Emma Chee and Sydney Johnson all competed as Level 5s. Sydney had a great meet and was able to pull off the highest scores of the three.

Sophia Schuler, Maria Gallivan, Mariko Ronan and SiQi Talley all competed as Level 6s.

The Level 4 girls completed their season with the Level 4 State Meet at Mountain View High School during the weekend of April 5-7. Ari Fiore had qualified into the Gold Session (for those with scores above 35.0 at the Sectional Qualifiers). Alicia Kiefler competed at the Silver Session while Hailey-Jo Carney-Woods, Mia Akins and Sapphira Akins all competed in the Bronze Session.

The girls all did well, and for some it was their best meet of the season.

 

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