Centenary at Alaska


Full Results Alaska: 191.500 Centenary: 187.175
VT: Sanders 9.675 UB: Manley 9.850 BB: Decious 9.775 FX: J. Johnson 9.800 AA: Sanders 38.750

The Big Storyline: Led by its best bar rotation of the season, Alaska bounced back from its disappointing home debut on Friday. Alyssa Manley’s perfect toe point wowed the judges while Rachel Decious captured her second beam title of the weekend. The young Seawolves team is still trying to find its way, which is to be expected of a roster with 11 freshman and three returners. However, there is some beautiful gymnastics in the bunch that will be exciting to watch develop. Centenary posted another 187 score after counting falls on all four events. Senior Kendall Sanders had herself a day, putting together the second best all around performance of her career. She was steady as they come, unwavering amidst adversity. 

Implications: With another sub-190 score in the books, it will be an uphill battle the rest of the season as the Ladies try to creep their way into an NQS that resembles its performances in recent seasons. The team will remain sixth among Division III teams this week. Senior Xian Baumgartner was out this weekend, but hopefully that will be a short term hiatus. Moreover, Centenary is in desperate need of the return of Chloe Armentor whose Jaeger stunned in the first meet of the season but hasn’t been seen since due to an ankle injury. In general, the Ladies seem to be lacking the confidence in their training to put together a complete meet. The Seawolves will look to take the lessons learned this weekend and continue to improve in the coming weeks. The 191.500 from Sunday’s meet should be an encouragement that this team is capable when it puts everything together on the same day.

The event is finished.

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Feb 13 2022


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