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Second double team win for boys
BAINBRIDGE - on Saturday, Jan. 18.
Eleven teams from around the state took it to the mats as they flipped, twisted and muscled up in six events: floor, pommel horse, rings, parallel bars, high bars and vault.
The Bainbridge boys were on fire: Both the Level 4 and Level 5 Bainbridge teams landed squarely on the top podium as they took first place in team results.
For Level 4 gymnasts ages 7-8, Tommy Goodham came in first in rings and third on the high bar, tying for a bronze medal in the all around. Newcomer Dashiell Gann swung his way to fourth on rommel horse.
Owen Scheer dazzled in the Level 4, 9-10 age bracket, finishing first on pommel horse and rings and second on vault and high bar, coming in for a silver medal overall.
Newcomer Aidan Cretarolo rocked it with a third on vault and high bar. Jack Ekstrand earned second place on floor, Mace Korytko nailed second on the pommel and rookie Charlie Dilorio-Triesch was right on his heels, securing third in the event.
Level 5 boys came on strong for Bainbridge in all age groups.
Max Bispham grabbed second on the parallel bars and powered into a fourth-place finish overall for the age 7-8 group.
The 9-10 age group athletes made a strong showing as well with Leo Uyekawa capturing second on rings and a solid third on floor and high bar, sailing into a bronze medal finish overall.
Kiernan Liberman trounced the 11-plus age group competition with first on high bar and vault and second on rings, pommel and parallel bars. He earned a meet high-score on his high bar routine, which landed him a first place all around.
Colin Hansen took first on parallel bars and pommel, and earned a bronze medal finish overall.
Veteran Abe Muldrow cinched third on floor, with a fifth-place finish overall.
With double team wins two meets into the season, Bainbridge Boys Gymnasts, coached by Bryan Garoutte and Tim Forro, are proving tough to beat.