Girls Gymnastics

Action Jackson

Leah Jackson placed second in the all-around and won the vault as Londonderry placed second in a quad-meet. Windham, competing as an independent, got a second and a third from Lauren Massie.

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Girls Gymnastics, 01/14/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Methuen's 1-2 punch

Katie Oskar and Courtney Bradley dominated, including going 1-2 in the all-around, as Methuen gymnastics tripped Billerica 133.85-128.7.

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Girls Gymnastics, 01/14/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Kirata bedevils the field

Shireen Kirata won every event to lead Salem to victory over Londonderry, Spaulding and Keene in gymnastics. Leah Jackson paced the second-place Lancers with two second places and one third. Taylor Buatti (floor) and Sam Cloutier also excelled for the Blue Devils as did Londonderry's Alli Yennaco and Cari O'Shea.

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Girls Gymnastics, 01/12/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Lancers' 1-2 punch

Leah Jackson and Miranda Marchetti went 1-2 in the all-around as Londonderry scored 112.9 points to cruise past Keene, Pelham and Windham. Lauren Massie had three seconds for Windham.

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Girls Gymnastics, 01/07/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Gallo establishes new school record

Central Catholic senior Shilanna Gallo scored a 9.4 on the floor exercise to establish a new school record in the event. Gallo also won the vault (8.9), bars (9.4) and took first place in the all-around (36.0).

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Girls Gymnastics, 01/02/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

The clincher

With the meet coming down to the final event, Central Catholic swept the floor exercise and went on to down Billerica 136.75-134.25. Courtney Smith (9.1), Tori Catanzano (8.9) and Giana Contrada (8.8) clinched the win.

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Girls Gymnastics, 12/29/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Terrific opener

Senior captain Shireen Kirata started the season with a bang for the Salem girls gymnastics team, taking first place in all events with a personal best in bars (8.55), beam (8.9) and all-around (35.4).             

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Girls Gymnastics, 12/21/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Always a place for Thompson

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Placing top-three in every event, Courtney Thompson boosted Pinkerton to an easy season-opening gymnastics victory over Manchester Central, Londonderry and Exeter. Thompson took the all-around (34.95), winning the floor exercise (8.9) and the balance beam (9.15). Leah Jackson finished third in the all-around for the Lancers.

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Girls Gymnastics, 12/17/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Andover 0, TBD 0

Rachel Mattison broke her own school record on the beam with a 9.5, placing second and helping Andover to a third place finish at yesterday's state gymnastics meet.

The Golden Warriors scored 142.675 points, which was just off the pace set by Barnstable (144.75) and Masconomet (143.65).

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Girls Gymnastics, 02/28/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Three-Peat for Salem

SALEM, N.H. — Flanked on all sides by its schools many championship banners, the Salem High School gymnastics team made sure it would raise another to the ceiling as it won its third consecutive and 15th overall State championship in its home gym.

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Girls Gymnastics, 02/21/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Massachusetts Individual state meet



She just really performs it nice, that handpsring full moe.

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Girls Gymnastics, 02/15/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Salem gymnasts rule

Salem, paced by Leeann Vadala and Shareen Kirata, dominated a six-team meet at home to finish the regular season undefeated (21-0) and in prime position for the state meet Feb. 21 at Salem. Vadala broke the school record in the bars (9.4) and had a personal-best score in the floor (9.3) and a best-ever score of 35.9 while placing first in the all-around. Kirata had a PR score of 9.0 in the vault and a personal-best score of 34.7 in all-around.

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Girls Gymnastics, 02/09/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Title time for Andover

Andover's Rachel Mattison scored a 36.3 in the all around to lead the Golden Warriors to a convining win during yesterday's MVC meet. Andover's Jen Quirnbach finished fourth in the all-around and first in the vault.

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Girls Gymnastics, 02/07/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Thompson's terrific

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Courtney Thompson took first in the floor and third in the all-around to help lead Pinkerton (127.6) to a first-place finish  against Pelham (102.4), Souhegan (111.9) and Spaulding (122.1). Joining Thompson in winner's row was Alex Halle, who took third in the beam. Chelsea I'Anson of Pelham finished fifth in all-around.

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Girls Gymnastics, 02/02/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Knights reign supreme

North Andover topped Masco 142.65-142.2 to improve to 8-1 and claim the CAL championship. Michelle Hall took second in both bars and floor and won all-around, while Paulina Neukuckatz placed first in beam. Said coach Ron Kearn, "Masconomet is always a power team. We knew we would have to hit all of the events in order to win, and we did."

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Girls Gymnastics, 01/30/09 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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