On February 5, 2020

Cobra gymnasts take first at first

The Cobra Gymnastics team of Rutland is proving diligence pays off.  Returning from the Friendship Classic in Hampton, New Hampshire, the team claimed a first  place finish for the Xcel Gold team and a second  place team finish for the Junior Olympic Level 7 team.

Individual event first place finishes were awarded and included Maleah Jones of Rutland on beam (9.475), floor (9.7) and all-around (36.75), Mia Harrington of Danby on bars (9.5), Neely Turner of Shaftsbury on vault (9.4), Caitlyn Giffin of Shrewsbury on beam (9.3), floor (9.45), and all-around (37.3) and Ana Campos of Pittsfield on floor (9.25) and vault (9.45).

Mid-way through the season, the team has done well in competitions in Albany, New York, Essex and White River Junction.  The 45-member team will travel to Williston next weekend for the annual Green Mountain Invitational.  All nine Vermont club teams will be there for a highly competitive weekend.

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