Vote now for the Vermont Varsity Insider Athletes of the Week: Ballots for Jan. 23-29 Welcome to the fifth installment of the 2022-23 winter season for the Vermont Varsity Insider Athletes of the Week voting by high school sports fans.
Junior Chae Campbell, freshman Selena Harris and sophomore Jordan Chiles anchored the rotation with a streak of 9.900-plus scores, leading the Bruins to a season-high 49.400 on vault to kick off the meet. In her first home meet in Westwood, coach Janelle McDonald said the home crowd brought a new element to the meet.
Kyle Shewfelt, Rosie MacLennan and Ellie Black wrote a letter to Gymnastics Canada's board of directors saying that leaders need to instill confidence, take action and show good judgment when they head up national sporting organizations. While giving evidence before the House of Commons' status of women committee Monday, Moss was questioned about his role in the organization's leadership and the promotion of controversial coach Alex Bard.
Nate Oats quite obviously wasn’t happy with the defense in the game, and pointed out that the Tide didn’t respond well to being the hunted. You’re running his offense and you’re sort of the guy with your version of running his offense, and that’s never going to change.
Auburn gymnastics senior Piper Smith announced her retirement from gymnastics this weekend. Smith closes her collegiate career with a ring on her finger, having been part of the Tigers’ run to the Final Four in spring 2022.
Winona’s gymnastics team hosted a trio of opponents for an invitational Saturday, and the Winhawks won the meet in style with their highest team score of the season. Pine Island/Zumbrota-Mazeppa was third at 133.35 and Stewartville/Chatfield took fourth at 116.3.
“They put me up there for a reason and they know that I can hit, so I did exactly what they expected and it’s literally all I could ask for,” Peterson said. It’s just getting her confidence to where she can do what we see in the gym every day and then put that out on the competitive floor.
Show Caption Hide Caption Florida gymnast Trinity Thomas scores perfect 10 on floor routine Florida gymnast Trinity Thomas came back to PA to compete against the Penn State gymnastics team. After scoring a dozen 10s last season, Thomas came into the season with 20 for her career.
It’s just getting her confidence to where she can do what we see in the gym every day and then put that out on the competitive floor. So I was happy for her that she finally put all of that on the competitive floor,” Chaplin said.
“On [Jan. 18], when I finally hit that last event and got the 9.6 and I knew that I beat the record, it was just an amazing feeling.” At 4-0 this season, they are the class of the Middlesex League and their scores have them on a trajectory to be one of the top four seeds at the North Sectionals in late February.