Top 10 Gymnasts Going into JO Nationals

Written By:
Lauren Stevens
05/11/2015

Top 10 Gymnasts Going into JO Nationals

With Level 9 Eastern & Western Nationals over, it’s now time to focus on JO Nationals! This year, 459 gymnasts representing 41 states will head to Des Moines, Iowa to compete for a JO National title. Only eight gymnasts will walk away with all around national titles, and only 32 will make the JO National Team. So who are the top 10 competitors heading into JO Nationals...? Find out below!

1. Alicia Boren

Club: North Stars

Region: 7

Age Division: Sr. D

AA Score at Regionals: 39.3

Basic Info: This will be Alicia’s last JO National championships. She currently holds 3 JO National all around titles and is definitely recognized as one of the top level 10 gymnasts in the country.

photo by: John Cheng

2. Kennedi Edney

Club: Precision

Region: 1

Age Division: Sr. A

AA Score at Regionals: 39.025

Basic Info: Kennedi is a former elite and a one-time JO National champion. She is known for her huge vault and sky high tumbling. Kennedi is another consistent top level 10 gymnast.

3. Kirah Koshinski

Club: Northeast

Region: 7

Age Division: Sr. D

AA Score at Regionals: 38.875

Basic Info: Kirah may not be as much as a favorite to win as Alicia or Kennedi, but Kirah is definitely another force to be reckoned with. Last year, she tied for third all around at the JO National Championships. Between Kirah and Alicia, it will be a close race to the podium at nationals!

4. Rachael Lukacs

Club: North Stars

Region: 7

Age Division: Jr. C

AA Score at Regionals: 38.825

Basic Info: Rachael is a teammate to Alicia Boren, between them two, North Stars always brings home some gold! Rachael was a 2015 Nastia Liukin Cup qualifier and won JO Nationals last year in the Junior B division.

photo by: John Cheng

5. Kaitlin DeGuzman

Club: Metroplex

Region: 3

Age Division: Jr. B

AA Score at Regionals: 38.8

Background Info: Kaitlin has been on the radar of many gymnastics fans since last year when the little dynamo gymnast competed at the 2014 Nastia Liukin Cup. Kaitlin then went on to win beam and place third all around at the 2014 JO National Championships. She continued to improve and won the Texas Junior B state title with a huge 39.375! Kaitlin is for sure a contender for the Junior B National Title.

photo by: John Cheng

5. Shea Mahoney

Club: Legacy

Region: 5

Age Division: Sr. B

AA Score at Regionals: 38.8

Background Info: Shea Mahoney is another well known level 10. Last year at nationals, she took home the bronze medals on both beam and floor. This year, she has stepped up and took home four gold medals at the Region 5 Championships.

photo by: Team Photo

7. Stephanie Day

Club: Aerial Athletics

Region: 3

Age Division: Sr. B

AA Score at Regionals: 38.75

Background Info: Stephanie won the regional all around title at the 2015 regional championships and the Texas Level 10 State Meet. Last year, she competed at JO Nationals but did not make the top 10 in the all around. This year, Stephanie has improved her consistency and is another contender for the Sr. B title at nationals.

7. Brenna Brooks

Club: WOGA

Region: 3

Age Division: Jr. B

AA Score at Regionals: 38.75

Background Info: Although this is her third season competing level 10, this will be Brenna’s debut at JO Nationals. Brenna greatly improved between the 2014 & 2015 seasons. She went from being a top 10 gymnast to being a top 3 gymnast. She took second place all around at both the 2015 State & Regional championships, scoring just behind Kaitlin DeGuzman. Watch out for Brenna at Nationals! She may be new to the scene, but she’s ready to go!

photo by: Pixel Perfect Photography

9. Anna Glenn

Club: Southeastern

Region: 8

Age Division: Sr. B

AA Score at Regionals: 38.675

Background Info: Anna Glenn is the twin sister to 2014 JO National champion, Grace Glenn. Anna also competed at JO Nationals last year and placed 6th all around in addition to a silver on beam. This year, Anna has been undefeated in the all around except for the 2015 Nastia Liukin Cup where she took second place all around by only .025. Anna has hugely improved since 2014, and she is for sure one to look out for at

nationals.

photo by: John Cheng

10. Meredith Sylvia

Club: Parkettes

Region: 7

Age Division: Sr. A

AA Score at Regionals: 38.6

Background Info: For awhile now, Meredith has been one of the nation’s top level 10s. Last year, Meredith won the all around at regionals and tied for 6th all around at nationals. This year, Meredith is going into nationals with lots of confidence and consistency.

2015 JO Nationals will definitely have lots of competition! So who will rise to the top? Make sure you keep following MSO and our live scoring during the competition!


Written By:
Lauren Stevens
05/07/2015

Top 10 Gymnasts going into Easterns & Westerns

It’s the most exciting weekend for level 9s across the country... It’s the 2015 Level 9 Eastern and Western Championships. This year, over 850 level 9s qualified to both Easterns and Westerns, so it’s sure to be a great competition! Below are the top gymnasts going into Easterns & Westerns based on their regional all around scores. Be sure to keep an eye on these girls! You never know who could be the next Olympian!

Easterns

1. Ella Chemotti

Region: 5

Club: Van Buren (Michigan)

Age Division: Junior 2

AA Score at Regionals: 38.425

2. Madison Snook

Region: 5

Club: Legacy (Illinois)

Age Division: Junior 1

AA Score at Regionals: 38.3

2. Jacey Vore

Region: 5

Club: JPAC (Indiana)

Age Division: Junior 1

AA Score at Regionals: 38.3

4. Suki Pfister

Region: 5

Club: Set 10 (Indiana)

Age Division: Junior 5

AA Score at Regionals: 38.25

5. Danielle Nosek

Region: 5

Club: JPAC (Indiana)

Age Division: Junior 6

AA Score at Regionals: 38.225

5. Gillian Rutz

Region: 5

Club: Perfection (Ohio)

Age Division: Junior 3

AA Score at Regionals: 38.225

7. Mia Schlarbaum

Region: 6

Club: RGA (New York)

Age Division: Senior 2

AA Score at Regionals: 38.2

7. Tory Vetter

Region: 5

Club: Universal (Ohio)

Age Division: Junior 1

AA Score at Regionals: 38.2

9. Rose Casali

Region: 8

Club: Southeastern (North Carolina)

Age Division: Junior 1

AA Score at Regionals: 38.15

9. Olivia Queri

Region: 6

Club: RGA (New York)

Age Division: Junior 3

AA Score at Regionals: 38.15

10. Julia Dinitto

Region: 6

Club: RGA (New York)

Age Division: Junior 2

AA Score at Regionals: 38.125

Westerns

1. Luisa Blanco

Region: 3

Club: WOGA (Texas)

Age Division: Junior 4

AA Score at Regionals: 39.050

2. Taylor Russon

Region: 1

Club: San Mateo (NorCal)

Age Division: Junior 3

AA Score at Regionals: 38.8

3. Sloane Blakely

Region: 3

Club: WOGA (Texas)

Age Division: Junior 2

AA Score at Regionals: 38.725

4. Chloe Negrete

Region: 3

Club: WOGA (Texas)

Age Division: Junior 5

AA Score at Regionals: 38.5

5. Annie Beard

Region: 3

Club: Texas Dreams (Texas)

Age Division: Junior 1

AA Score at Regionals: 38.375

5. Audrey Davis

Region: 3

Club: WOGA (Texas)

Age Division: Junior 3

AA Score at Regionals: 38.375

5. Caroline Herry

Region: 3

Club: Texas Dreams (Texas)

Age Division: Junior 3

AA Score at Regionals: 38.375

8. Regan Ruffner

Region: 3

Club: WOGA (Texas)

Age Division: Junior 2

AA Score at Regionals: 38.325

9. Indira Hall

Region: 1

Club: All Olympia (SoCal)

Age Division: Junior 1

AA Score at Regionals: 38.275

9. Gabriella Ladanyi

Region: 3

Club: AIM Athletics (Texas)

Age Division: Junior 1

AA Score at Regionals: 38.275

10. Bianca Liberio

Region: 1

Club: AZ Sunrays (Arizona)

Age Division: Senior 1

AA Score at Regionals: 38.2

10. Sophia Butler

Region: 3

Club: Discover (Texas)

Age Division: Junior 1

AA Score at Regionals: 38.2

Best of luck to all the athletes competing at Easterns and Westerns this weekend! Make sure to follow MeetScoresOnline’s website for online scores during both meets!


Written By:
Lauren Stevens
10/13/2014

Top 5 Favorite Routines at the 2015 Region 1 Championships

MeetScoresOnline was at the 2015 Region 1 Championships, and we saw some routines that definitely stuck to us! Check out our top 5 favorite routines from Regionals!

5. Amari Celestine’s floor routine blew us away with her fierceness and attitude! She had a great routine and scored a 9.3. This was Amari’s first year of level 10 and currently trains at SCEGA.

[![Watch](http://img.youtube.com/vi/mWrLoVFXn2E/0.jpg)](https://www.youtube.com/embed/mWrLoVFXn2E)

4. Level 9, Shae-Lin Turner of Gym-Max had an outstanding beam routine. Her beam routine was not only filled with skills above and beyond normal level 9 skills, but even above some level 10 skills! Her flexibility and gracefulness brings the routine together and makes it an all in all, awesome routine to score a 9.65 for first place.

[![Watch](http://img.youtube.com/vi/d3p24-HBPVo/0.jpg)](https://www.youtube.com/embed/d3p24-HBPVo)

3. Brenna Neault of Precision Gymnastics also had an amazing beam routine. She is a super solid beam worker which can sometimes be difficult for gymnasts at such a young age, like Brenna. This routine scored a 9.65 and tied for first place.

[![Watch](http://img.youtube.com/vi/2jyBXRUeWA0/0.jpg)](https://www.youtube.com/embed/2jyBXRUeWA0)

2. Who doesn’t love seeing “10.0” on the scoreboard? We love it! Kennedi Edney of Precision vaulted her way to a perfect 10 on vault. This was her third perfect 10 of the 2015 season. Of course, this vault earned first place, but Kennedi also won the all around.

[![Watch](http://img.youtube.com/vi/wmcgMyZ5uBU/0.jpg)](https://www.youtube.com/embed/wmcgMyZ5uBU)

1. Our number one favorite routine was from little level 9, Emili McCormack of Precision. This little dynamo is only 10 years old, but tumbles and dances way beyond her years. This routine definitely stuck to us, and we can’t wait to see where Emili goes in the future! She scored a 9.55 on this routine.

[![Watch](http://img.youtube.com/vi/m04ZJu_vyiQ/0.jpg)](https://www.youtube.com/embed/m04ZJu_vyiQ)


Written By:
Lauren Stevens
10/13/2014

Top 5 Favorite Routines at the 2015 Region 1 Championships

MeetScoresOnline was at the 2015 Region 1 Championships, and we saw some routines that definitely stuck to us! Check out our top 5 favorite routines from Regionals!

5. Amari Celestine’s floor routine blew us away with her fierceness and attitude! She had a great routine and scored a 9.3. This was Amari’s first year of level 10 and currently trains at SCEGA.

[![Watch](http://img.youtube.com/vi/mWrLoVFXn2E/0.jpg)](https://www.youtube.com/embed/mWrLoVFXn2E)

4. Level 9, Shae-Lin Turner of Gym-Max had an outstanding beam routine. Her beam routine was not only filled with skills above and beyond normal level 9 skills, but even above some level 10 skills! Her flexibility and gracefulness brings the routine together and makes it an all in all, awesome routine to score a 9.65 for first place.

[![Watch](http://img.youtube.com/vi/d3p24-HBPVo/0.jpg)](https://www.youtube.com/embed/d3p24-HBPVo)

3. Brenna Neault of Precision Gymnastics also had an amazing beam routine. She is a super solid beam worker which can sometimes be difficult for gymnasts at such a young age, like Brenna. This routine scored a 9.65 and tied for first place.

[![Watch](http://img.youtube.com/vi/2jyBXRUeWA0/0.jpg)](https://www.youtube.com/embed/2jyBXRUeWA0)

2. Who doesn’t love seeing “10.0” on the scoreboard? We love it! Kennedi Edney of Precision vaulted her way to a perfect 10 on vault. This was her third perfect 10 of the 2015 season. Of course, this vault earned first place, but Kennedi also won the all around.

[![Watch](http://img.youtube.com/vi/wmcgMyZ5uBU/0.jpg)](https://www.youtube.com/embed/wmcgMyZ5uBU)

1. Our number one favorite routine was from little level 9, Emili McCormack of Precision. This little dynamo is only 10 years old, but tumbles and dances way beyond her years. This routine definitely stuck to us, and we can’t wait to see where Emili goes in the future! She scored a 9.55 on this routine.

[![Watch](http://img.youtube.com/vi/m04ZJu_vyiQ/0.jpg)](https://www.youtube.com/embed/m04ZJu_vyiQ)


Written By:
Lauren Stevens
10/13/2014

Athlete Spotlight: Bronwyn Hoffman

Worlds might be over, and optional competition season may not have begun quite yet, but that doesn’t mean gymnastics isn’t going on! Right now, thousands of compulsory gymnasts (levels 1-5) are competing. Some of these girls competing right now are as young as 4 years old! They could be our next JO National Champions, or even our future Olympians! And one of these future stars could be 8 year old level 4 Bronwyn Hoffman of All Olympia Gymnastics Center in Los Angeles, California.

At only 8 years old, Bronwyn is one of the top compulsory gymnasts in the country. She has achieved a 10.0 on vault as a level 3 (age 7), and level 3 state titles on vault, bars, and all around with scores of 9.825, 9.725, and 39.000 respectively.

[![Bronwyn’s Perfect 10 on Vault](http://img.youtube.com/vi/LVbbC4cmI9I/0.jpg)](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVbbC4cmI9I)

In addition to her state titles, Bronwyn is a “regular” champion. As of right now, she has won the all around title 73% of the time. Although Bronwyn has only competed four meets as a level 4, she has won the all around title three times. At her meet this past weekend, the Third Prelim, Bronwyn took home 4 gold medals. Her highlight for the meet was definitely her winning bar routine, where she made both cast handstands in the routine! Yes... You read that. Cast handstands in level 4!

[![Bronwyn’s Bar Routine from the Third Prelim](http://img.youtube.com/vi/LVbbC4cmI9I/0.jpg)](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMmNw7lZUP8)

Bronwyn has two more meets left this season, sectionals and the SoCal State Meet. Will she pull out another state all around title? Keep checking back on MeetScoresOnline for new scores and visit Bronwyn’s official athlete page to learn more about her!


Written By:
Lauren Stevens
4/28/2014

2014 JO Nationals: Who to Look out For

Level 10 Regionals are all over, and now it’s time to predict who will take the national title home. Take a look to see which girls are in the running to win based on their 2014 season so far!

Region One

Kari Lee

Age division: Senior C

AA Season High: 39.025

If you know level 10, you know Kari Lee. She won the 2013 JO National Championships in the Sr. A division and this season, Kari has had her best year yet as a level 10. She broke a 39 all around in two of the meets she competed in. Kari also qualified to the Nastia Liukin Cup where she placed 3rd all around in the senior division. There are too many season highs for Kari, so we are just going to name a few. At the Classic Rock Invitational, Kari scored a 9.75 on vault, a 9.8 on bars, a 9.825 on beam, a 9.65 on floor, and a 39.025 in the all around. This won her first place and qualified her to the Nastia Liukin cup. At the 2014 Region One Championships, Kari scored a huge 9.9 on beam and a 39.00 all around. Kari finished first place at regionals and is a force to be reckoned with at JO Nationals.

Kennedi Edney

Age division: Junior C

AA Season High: 38.900

She has nearly been undefeated this season, she has a huge vault, and she is a household name in the level 10 world. Who is she? She is Kennedi Edney! Kennedi trains at Precision Gymnastics in Rancha Cucamonga, California. She has been a level 10 since 2012 and actually won her first level 10 meet. Kennedi competed at the 2012 JO Nationals where she placed 17th all around. In 2013, Kennedi took home 1st AA at both states and regionals and placed 2nd all around at JO Nationals. At the 2014 State Championships, Kennedi scored a huge 38.900 in the all around. Kennedi scored her first 10.0 ever at the 2014 Region One Championships. She scored this 10 on vault, her best event. Kennedi also scored a 9.7 on bars. She placed second all around due to a fall on beam, but she still finished the competition with a 38.500 in the all around.

Lacy Dagen

Age division: Senior A

AA Season high: 38.875

Lacy Dagen trains at San Mateo Gymnastics in Belmont, California and has competed elite before. She has had a great season so far, but really shined at Region One Regionals. At regionals, Lacy scored a huge 9.9 on vault, a 9.425 on beam, a 9.8 on beam, a 9.75 on floor, and a 38.875 in the all around. Lacy also won the NorCal State Championships with a 38.175 in the all around.

Lauren Ramirez

Age division: Junior C

AA Season High: 38.750

Lauren trains at Gold Medal Gymnastics in Chandler, Arizona with Amanda Borden. She is fourteen years old and has been a level 10 since she was 12 years old. She took 3rd place all around at the 2012 Level 10 Arizona State Championships and qualified to regionals. Unfortunately, she did not qualify to JO Nationals in 2012. In 2013 Lauren qualified to the Nastia Liukin cup where she placed 16th all around out of 34. She won the level 10 state meet in March of 2013, but did not qualify to JO Nationals. Instead, Ramirez qualified to the JO NIT meet where she placed 2nd in the all around. 2014 has been a great year for Lauren Ramirez. She has been undefeated in all but one of her meets where she got second all around. She tied for first place at the 2014 Nastia Liukin cup, and won the all around state title with a 38.700, winning a gold on every event. At the 2014 Region One Championships, Lauren competed in the Jr. C division. She took home a bronze medal on vault scoring a 9.725, a silver on bars scoring a 9.625, a silver on beam scoring a 9.65, and a gold on floor scoring a 9.725. Lauren finished with a 38.75 in the all around and won first all around.

Maddy Stover

Age division: Senior D

AA Season High: 38.675

Maddy Stover trains at Wildfire Gymnastics in Tustin, California. She won the 2013 JO National Championships in the AA in the Sr. B division. Maddy also competed at the 2012 JO National Championships where she placed 5th all around as a Jr. D. During Maddy’s second year as a level 10 in 2011, she made it to the JO National championships. As a Jr. B, Maddy placed 6th all around and placed 1st on beam. In 2010 was Maddy’s level 10 debut. She took home 1st all around at the region one regionals as a Jr. A and qualified to JO Nationals. Maddy did not place at nationals. Just recently at the 2014 Region One Championships, Maddy won the all around with a 38.675. She scored a 9.75 on vault taking home the bronze medal, a 9.675 on bars, a 9.675 on beam where she took home the silver, and a 9.575 on floor and took home a silver.

Region Two

Shilese Jones

Age division: Junior A

AA Season High: 38.100

As a first year level 10, Shilese Jones is the best level 10 gymnast in Washington! Shilese trains at Auburn Gymnastics Center in Auburn, Washington. Last year, Shilese competed at the Level 9 Western Nationals, and took home 3rd all around. She also won the floor title with a 9.675. Not only is she the top level 10 gymnast in Washington right now, but she also just got her optional junior elite qualifying score at the National Elite Qualifier in San Diego in March. Shilese took home second all around at Region 2 Regionals, and a gold on floor. Shilese is definitely one to look out for in the future, and on region 2’s national team!

Jamie Law

Age division: Junior D

AA Season High: 37.825

Jamie Law took home four gold medals at the 2014 Oregon State Championships. She was the top level 10 competing at the state championships, and won the all around with a 37.825. This is Jamie’s first year as a level 10. Last year at level 9 Western’s, Jamie placed 16th all around out of 48. At Region 2 regionals, Jamie placed second all around with a 37.175 and is a great addition to Region 2’s National Team.

Region Three

Ariana Guerra

Age division: Senior A

AA Season High: 38.8

Former elite gymnast and national team member, Ariana Guerra has returned to the level 10 scene. Ariana started her season two weeks before state where she won vault and beam and took home 5th in the all around. At the 2014 Texas State Meet, Ariana took home 3rd all around with a 37.725. Ariana also took home second on vault with a 9.825, and second on floor with a 9.675. She had the meet of her life at the 2014 Region 3 Championships, winning the all around with a 38.8. Ariana took home a silver on vault with a 9.775, a silver on bars with a 9.675, a gold on beam with a 9.725, and a silver on floor with a 9.675.

Elizabeth LeDuc

Age division: Senior B

AA Season High: 38.450

Elizabeth LeDuc has been having a great season! She won the all around title at the Level 10 Texas State Meet in the Sr. B division. At the state meet, Elizabeth also won the floor title with a huge 9.7. Elizabeth also took home the all around title at the 2014 Region 3 Championships. She won this title with a 38.450 and the floor title with a 9.8. Elizabeth competed at JO Nationals last year in the Jr. D division and took home 4th place in the all around with a 37.725. Elizabeth is a very promising level 10 for the top three at JO Nationals.

Alyona Shchennikova

Age division: Junior A

AA Season High: 38.500

Alyona Shchennikova has been on a roll these past two seasons. Alyona is only a second year level 10, but has already made a huge splash in the gymnastics world. She won the Secret US Challenge in the 12-13 age division last year, and also made region 3’s Junior A national team. Alyona trains at TIGAR gymnastics and is coached by her parents. Her sister, Polina is on the US national team. So it is no wonder why Alyona is such a great gymnast. Alyona won the all around at the 2014 Colorado State Championships with a 38.500. She qualified to JO Nationals with a 37.225.

Rachel Baumann

Age division: Junior A

AA Season High: 38.425

Rachel Baumann trains at WOGA gymnastics and is the younger sister to national team member, Alyssa Baumann. This is only Rachel’s first year as a level 10, and she is already doing super well! Rachel started off her season at the Texas Prime Meet where she won 1st all around with a 37.325, along with a vault, bars, and beam title. From the This qualified Rachel to the fifth annual Nastia Liukin Cup. After the Texas Prime Meet, Rachel competed at the WOGA classic where she took home the all around title. Rachel also took home the floor title with a 9.500. At the Nadia Comaneci Invitational, Rachel won beam with a 9.475 and floor with a 9.600. Rachel took home 2nd all around with a 37.800. Rachel next competed at the Nastia Liukin Cup. Rachel won beam with a 9.600. Rachel placed 6th all around with a 37.900 out of 18 competitors. At the Texas Level 10 State Championships, Rachel won floor with a huge 9.750. She placed third all around with a 37.525, advancing her to the Region 3 Championships. Rachel did extremely well at regionals, she won a bronze on vault with a 9.600, a bronze on bars with a 9.525, a bronze on beam with a 9.7, and 4th place on floor with a 9.700. Rachel won the all around with a 38.425. Rachel qualified to JO Nationals and is definitely one to look out for at nationals and in the future.

Stephanie Day

Age division: Junior D

AA Season High: 38.675

Stephanie “Gracie” Day has been a level 10 since 2012. She trains at Aerial Athletics in Texas and is a very strong level 10 gymnast. So far this season, Stephanie has been undefeated in every meet she has competed in except for one. Stephanie started out her season at the Alamo Classic where she won gold on vault with a 9.800, a gold on bars with a 9.650, and a gold in the all around with a 37.175. Stephanie also took home the all around title at the WOGA classic. She won every event except for beam where she took home a silver medal. She won the all around with a 38.275. Stephanie did very well at the Region Three Championships. She placed 6th on vault with a 9.700, 1st on bars with a 9.725, 4th on beam with a 9.375, 7th on floor with a 9.500, and 1st all around with a 38.300. Stephanie has had a great season so far, will she bring home the gold at nationals?

Region Four

Alexa Al-Hameed

Age division: Junior A

AA Season High: 38.35

As a first year level 10, Alexa is doing very well! She trains at Triad Gymnastics in Iowa, and this is her first year there. Alexa just took home the vault, bars, and all around titles at the 2014 Iowa State Championships in the younger division. She won vault with a huge 9.8 and won bars with a 9.675. Alexa took 2nd on vault at regionals with a 9.500, 1st on bars with a 9.650, 5th on beam with a 8.600, 3rd on floor with a 9.250, and 3rd all around with a 37.000.

Zoey Shaefer

Age division: Senior D

AA Season High: 38.250

Zoey started out her season a little rough, but came back to win first all around at the Iowa State Championships and Region 4 Regionals! At the Minnesota State Meet, Zoey won gold in the all around with a 38.125. She also won the beam and floor titles with a 9.575 and a 9.550 respectively. Zoey competed at Region 4 Regionals. She took home a bronze medal on vault with a 9.525, a gold on bars with a 9.700, a bronze on beam with a 9.500, a gold on beam with a 9.525, and a gold in the all around with a 38.250. Zoey is a great level 10 gymnast and is sure to do well at JO Nationals.

Region Five

Grace Williams

Age division: Senior C

AA Season High: 38.875

Grace is one of the most popular level 10s in the country. She has been a level 10 since 2009 and is a senior this year. She trains at Geddert’s Twistars Gymnastics in Dewitt, Michigan. Grace won the all around title at the 2010 JO National Championships. She also won in 2012. In 2012, Grace took home 3rd all around at the Nastia Liukin Cup, and in 2011 she won! Grace did great at Region 5 Regionals and will do great at nationals.

Brehanna Showers

Age division: Senior A

AA Season High: 38.425

Brehanna has had an on and off season so far, but she did very well at the Region 5 Championships. This season, Grace scored a perfect 10 on vault at the Presidential Classic. She won vault at the Michigan State Championships with a 9.850, and won vault at regionals with a 9.775. Brehanna won vault at the 2013 JO National Championships and placed second all around. She is sure to do well at nationals this year!

Marissa Oakley

Age division: Junior B

AA Season High: 38.325

Marissa has been a level 10 since 2010, and just recently qualified as a Junior international Elite Gymnast at the SCEGA California Classic National Elite Qualifier. She won the all around at the Illinois State Meet, as well as the bars and floor titles. Last year, Marissa placed fifth all around at the 2013 JO Nationals in the Junior A division. At regionals, Marissa won bars and all around with a 9.6 and a 38.325 respectively. Marissa is sure to have a great meet at JO Nationals.

Region Six

                                                

Lianne Josbacher

Age division: Senior D

AA Season High: 38.225

Lianne won five gold medals at the 2014 Region 6 Championships. She scored a 9.475 on vault, a 9.575 on bars, a 9.650 on beam, a 9.525 on floor, and a 38.225 in the all around. Lianne also took second all around at the Massachusetts State Championships with a 37.800. She scored a huge 9.75 on vault to win a silver medal. She also won a silver on bars, beam and floor.

                                                                                           

Jillian Winstanley

Age division: Senior C

AA Season High: 38.275

Jillian has been undefeated this season except for one meet where she got 2nd all around. Jillian won five gold medals at the Massachusetts State Championships with a 9.8 on vault, a 9.4 on bars, a 9.45 on beam, a 9.625 on floor, and a 38.275 in the all around. Jillian took home 3 gold medals at the Region 6 Championships including one on vault with a 9.825, one on beam with a 9.600, and one in the all around with a 38.025. Jillian has had a great season this year and is sure to do well at JO Nationals.

                                        

Region Seven

Alicia Boren

Age division: Senior B

AA Season High: 38.700

Reigning JO National Champion on floor and in the all around, Alicia Boren did great at Region 7 Regionals. She took home a silver on vault with a 9.8, 6th place on bars with a 9.4, a gold on beam with a 9.7, a gold on floor with a 9.8 and a gold in the all around with a 38.700. Alicia did amazing at 2013 JO Nationals and at 2014 Regionals, so she is sure to do great at 2014 JO Nationals.

Meredith Sylvia

Age division: Junior C

AA Season High: 38.650

Meredith is a household name in region 7. Meredith won four gold medals at region 7 regionals and three gold medals at the Pennsylvania State Meet. Meredith took off the 2013 season, but came back stronger than ever for the 2014 season. At her first meet, Meredith took home 2nd all around. At her next two meets, Meredith scratched floor. But at her next meet after those, she won the all around including a gold on vault and floor. Meredith has been undefeated on vault this season. Will she win vault gold at JO Nationals?

Rachel Lukacs

Age division: Junior B

AA Season High: 38.650

Fourth year level 10, Rachel Lukacs is a seasoned professional. Rachel did extremely well this season, qualifying to her first ever Nastia Liukin Cup, and scoring a perfect 10.0 on vault at the Parkettes Invitational. At the New Jersey State Meet, Rachel won vault with a huge 9.925, won bars with a 9.3, placed second on beam with a 9.675, won floor with a 9.75, and won the all around with a huge 38.650. Rachel did amazing at the Region 7 Championships as well. She won vault with a 9.9, took third on bars with a 9.525, took second on beam with a 9.625, placed fifth on floor with a 9.525, and won the all around with a 38.575. Rachel is definitely a force to be reckoned with at JO Nationals.

Region Eight

Grace Glenn

Age division: Junior D

AA Season High: 39.000

Grace has been undefeated except for two meets so far this season, and she hasn’t scored below a 37.650 in the all around. Grace won all four events at the Region 8 Championships. She scored a 9.75 on vault, a 9.625 on bars, a 9.8 on beam, a 9.725 on floor, and a 38.900 in the all around. At the North Carolina State Meet, Grace won vault with a 9.8. She also won bars with a 9.725, beam with a 9.825, and the all around with a 39.000. Grace placed 4th all around at the 2013 JO National Championships. Will she win the all around this year?

Sydney Snead

Age division: Senior A

AA Season High: 38.600

Sydney may have had a rocky start to her season, but she pulled through when it counted. Sydney won four gold medals at the Region 8 Championships. She won vault with a huge 9.75, won a bronze on bars with a 9.4, took 1st on beam with a 9.75, 1st on floor with a 9.7, and 1st all around with a huge 38.600! Sydney is did well at regionals, and is sure to do well at JO Nationals.

Myia Hambrick

Age division: Senior D

AA Season High: 38.550

Myia has been a level 10 since 2009, and has competed at four JO National Championships. Myia has had a great season so far winning five gold medals at the Georgia State Championships, and four gold medals at the Region 8 Championships. Myia has been undefeated on vault this season with no score lower than a 9.625. Last year, Myia finished 3rd in the all around at 2013 JO Nationals. She has a great chance of winning it this year!

                                

                        

                

                                        

                                

                        

                

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