On March 6, 2019

Rutland gymnasts stand atop podium

Staff report

Gymnasts from Killington, Manchester, Proctor, Pittsford, the greater Rutland area and parts of New York state compete as part of the Cobra gymnastics team, based in Rutland. The team recently traveled to Williston and North Adams, Massachusetts, for competitions taking top podium spots at each.

In Williston’s Green Mountain Invitational, Level 7 and Gold teams claimed second place. Individuals that claimed first place included: Alexia Frasier (9.25 Beam, Bronze team),  Elianna Carman  (9.050 Vault- Gold team), Henriette Borgia (9.725 Bars and 37.20 All-Around, Platinum team), Jada Hughes (9.5 Floor and 36.95 All-Around, Level 6 team), Robin Tashjian (9.575 Beam, Level 6 team) and Maleah Jones  (9.35 Vault, Level 7 team).

Then, tumbling out of state over the winter break weekend, the girls enjoyed the Hip Hop themed meet at Jstar Gymnastics in North Adams, Massachusetts. Cobra’s Bronze, Gold and Level 7 teams took home wins with strong individual finishes.

Photo by Performance Photography

Jada Hughes

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