On March 8, 2017

Cobra gymnasts qualify for States’

RUTLAND—Cobra Gymnasts had an action packed weekend competing in both Bow, N.H., and Rutland. Level 4, 6 and 7 teams traveled to the Friendship Classic on March 4 at Granite State Gymnastics. Over 15 talented teams from all over New England attended the New Hampshire meet.

On Sunday, March 5, Cobra Gymnastics hosted a Vermont sectional inviting teams from across the state to allow their gymnasts one last opportunity to qualify for the Vermont State meet coming up later this month. Cobra had several podium finishers and successfully qualified 100 percent of its gymnasts.

First place finishers at the Friendship Classic

JO Level 4: Robin Tashjian – 9.375 Floor

JO Level 6: Lili Zens – 9.7 Floor

Team Awards: Junior Olympic Levels 4 and 6 both placed in third.

First place finishers at the Vermont Sectional 3

JO Level 3: Jada Hughes – 9.175 Vault, 9.2 Bars, 8.2 Beam, 8.85 Floor and 35.375 All Around

Chloe Gordon – 9.2 Vault

Neely Turner – 9.45 Vault

JO Level 4: Emersen Beavin – 8.7 Bars, 9.3 Beam

Nadia Tarbell – 9.6 Beam, 35.55 All Around

Right around the corner is the Vermont State Meet that will be held at Bellows Falls High School March 17-19.


Photo courtesy of Cobra Gymnastics
Pictured from the top clockwise: Jamisyn Baker, Dakin Kovatch, Nadia Tarbell and Emersen Beavin. 

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