Hallee Allen (center) is the Vermont Champion on beam for level 3 girls ages 5 to 7.
Twelve girls from Sunrise Gymnastics in Berlin traveled the last weekend of March to Bellows Falls High School to end this competitive season participating in USA Gymnastics Junior Olympics Vermont Championships.
The youngest of them, Hallee Allen, won first place and the Vermont Champion title on beam in level 3 for the 5 to 7-year-old age group, with a very nice score of 9.575 points. Hallee also took bronze in all-around with 35.500 and in floor exercise competition (8.525) and finished 4th on vault (9.325) and 6th on bars (8.075).
In the 10-year-old group at the same level, Olga Kissner took 5th place on vault with 9.325 points, Eva Stumpff was 8th on beam (8.950) and Camilla Pia-Needleman was 8th on vault (9.200). In the 9-year-old age group Tovah Williams finished 9th on vault with 9.150 points.
Level 4 girls won two more bronze medals for Sunrise Gymnastics. Chloe Reynolds was 3rd in floor exercise with 9.300 points, and she also took 7th place on bars (8.675) and beam (9.250) and finished 8th in all-around competition with 36.050 among 9 to 10-year-old girls. In the same age group, Megan Krussman was 14th in floor exercise (7.950) and 15th on beam (8.100).
Meimei Dwyer-Frattalone performed an excellent beam routine and scored 9.525, winning her a bronze medal in the 12 and older age group. In the same age group, Jenna Krussman finished 8th in floor exercise (8.750), Zoey Dubois took 9th place on vault (8.775) and Claudia Farnham was 12th on vault (8.600) and in floor exercise (8.400).
Auden Hubbard was the only Sunrise gymnast competing at level 4 in the 11-year-old age group, and she placed 6th on bars among the 22 girls competing, with 8.800 points.