Brockport and Cortland at Ithaca


Full Results Brockport: 191.500 Ithaca: 185.125 Cortland: 180.100
VT: Schumaker 9.700 UB: Bushey 9.675 BB: Galioto 9.800 FX: Castellaneta 9.825 AA: Brown 35.650

The Big Storyline: Brockport took the crown by a margin of just over SIX points. The Golden Eagles won every event title as well. Brockport is really finding its groove as it proves its high scores are a theme of consistency, not luck. Ithaca struggled on bars, scoring a season low and dropping nearly four points from just a few days earlier but the Bombers bounced back on floor with a season high. Cortland faced similar issues, leaving two and a half points on the mat from its meet earlier in the week.  

Implications: It’s no question, Brockport will continue to sit in first in the NCGA division, with Oshkosh trailing approximately a point behind in second. Ithaca slides into fifth place for now with SAS taking effect. Ithaca needs to pick things back up and find its groove again to continue to be a threat to La Crosse and Whitewater for the remainder of the season.

Records: Samantha Nothnagel from Cortland scored a new best of 9.750 on beam. Delaney Brown followed suit with a 9.475 on vault. Rianna Adams and Bryanna DeAngelis both scored new highs with a 9.300 on bars and 9.550 on beam. Sydney Schumaker of Brockport tied a program record and scored a new personal best on beam with a 9.800 and Laken Sooy scored a new high of 9.500 on floor.

The event is finished.


Feb 20 2022


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