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Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Gymnastics Zone optional team members among the National Top 100 Gymnasts in the US



The Junior Olympic Optional Team from the Gymnastics Zone competed last weekend at the Black Tie Invitational hosted by Edge Gymnastics in Dublin.

The results are as follows:
Level 7 Team
Junior age division
Cecilia Silva – sixth on vault, third on bars, fifth on beam and fourth all-around with a score of 36.675
Senior age division
Maddison Fernandez
– sixth on vault, fourth on bars, fourth on beam, third on floor and third all-around with a score of 37.100
Both of the level 7 team girls qualified for the Mymeetscores.com National Top 100 Level 7 Gymnasts in the US with their scores at this meet.

Level 8 Team
Child age division
Katy Cordiero – third on vault, ninth on bars, eighth on beam and sixth all-around with a score of 35.750
Junior age division
Savannah Nied – ninth on bars, eighth on beam, third on floor and eighth all-around with a score of 34.975

Both of the level 8 team girls qualified for the Mymeetscores.com National Top 100 Level 8 Gymnasts in the US with their scores at this meet.

 
Level 9 Team
Junior A age division
Maya Uemura – second on vault, fifth on bars, eighth on beam, fifth on floor and third all-around with a score of 36.175

Thea Michovsky – eighth on vault, first on bars, fourth on floor and fifth all-around with a score of 35.750

Olivia Stewart – fifth on vault, scratch on bars, ninth on beam, seventh on floor and ninth all-around with a score of 26.625.
Olivia’s 8.800 on beam and all of Maya’s scores qualified them for the Mymeetscores.com National Top 100 Level 9 Gymnasts in the US.

The Level 9 team won fourth place team with a score of 98.550

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Gymnastics Zone Xcel Teams bring home top awards

The gymnasts from the Gymnastics Zone Xcel teams did very well at the Black Tie Invitational, hosted by Edge Gymnastics Training Center in Dublin last weekend.

The Xcel Bronze Team took first place with a score of 114.025.

For complete results, visit the Napa Valley Register.

Monday, February 16, 2015

Gymnastics Zone optional team competes at Prestigious Pikes Peak Invitational


The Level 8 and 9 Junior Olympic Optional Teams from the Gymnastics Zone competed at one of the nation’s most important meets of the spring season – the Pikes Peak Cup hosted by Colorado Aerials Gymnastics on February 6, 7 and 8 in Colorado Springs, CO. 

For complete results, visit the Napa Valley Register...

Gymnastics Zone’s tiniest competitors wrap up season


If you visited the Gymnastics Zone on a weekday after school, you would see a team of girls practicing their little hearts out.  To the untrained eye, they might even appear as though they’re just beginning in the sport because most of them are quite young – but the staff at the Zone will tell you that they’re actually the first competitive level of their Junior Olympic Team program.  This is the first year the Zone has allowed their tiniest gymnasts to compete in USAG sanctioned meets, and the girls have definitely lived up to expectations, doing quite well for their first few meets in the very competitive world of Junior Olympic gymnastics.  The girls wrapped up their season on February 8 at the Totally Awesome 80’s Meet hosted by Rohnert Park Gymnastics.

For complete results, visit the Napa Valley Register...

Gymnastics Zone Boys Teams compete at Elk Grove and Rancho Cordova


The boys teams from the Gymnastics Zone, led by head boys coach, Mike Terhorst, added two more competitions to their resumes at the Mas Watanabe Invitational on January 31 and February 1, hosted by Byers Gymnastics in Elk Grove and at the High Tech Invitational on February 7 and 8 hosted by Technique Gymnastics in Rancho Cordova.
For complete results, visit the Napa Valley Register...