Gymnastics: Kimball sophomore third at CCS finals
by Tracy Press staff
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Kimball High sophomore Shaylyn Garay took third place overall at the Central Coast Section finals May 17 at Twisters Gym in Mountain View. The meet included 71 gymnasts, including seven full teams.

Kimball High team, the runner-up from the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League, took sixth place at the CCS meet.

Garay’s all-around score of 37.725 included a first-place mark of 9.750 on the uneven bars and she was second on the balance beam (9.700) and second on the floor exercise (9.400).

Other gymnasts on the Kimball team were Lauren Giles, who was 15th all-around (36.225); Danielle Scheuerlein, 36th all-around (27.625); and Madison Dennington (22.800) and Emily Murphy (18.750).

Tracy High’s Rachel Pombo was 24th all-around (34.125), and Megan Jessen and Katelyn Early both competed on the balance beam and floor exercise.



Central Coast Section championship

Thursday, May 17

Twisters Gym, Mountain View



Kimball

Shaylyn Garay, vault 8.875, bars 9.750, beam 9.700, floor 9.400, AA 37.725 (3)

Lauren Giles, vault 9.050, bars 8.975, beam 9.550, floor 8.650, AA 36.225 (15)

Danielle Scheuerlein, vault 7.975, bars 6.350, beam 5.750, floor 7.550, AA 27.625 (36)

Madison Dennington, vault 8.300, beam 6.700, floor 7.800, AA 22.800 (42)

Emily Murphy, bars 6.000, beam 6.500, floor 6.250, AA 18.750 (45)



Tracy

Rachel Pombo, vault 8.450, bars 8.175, beam 8.900, floor 8.600, AA 34.125 (24)

Megan Jessen, beam 8.750, floor 8.500, AA 17.250 (50T)

Katelyn Early, beam 7.850, floor 8.750, AA 16.600 (53)

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