Six girls from Aberdeen-Churchville competed in the senior B age division.
Jadynn Rondone had an outstanding state meet winning the Maryland state title on vault with an excellent 9.6 performance. Jadynn finished third on balance beam with a 9.15, fourth on floor with a 9.425 and fifth on bars with a 9.275 routine. Her total score of 37.45 earned her the third place State Championship trophy for the all around.
Abigail Backert also had a strong state meet performance. She finished second on balance beam with a 9.25 routine, fourth on uneven bars with a 9.35, and ninth on vault and floor with scores of 9.1 and 9.05 respectively. Her strong 36.75 all around score earned her fifth place in the all around competition.
Kayleigh Iwanowski had a strong showing on her state meet finishing second on bars with an excellent 9.5 score. Kayleigh finished fourth on vault with a 9.25, and fifth on floor with a 9.275. She finished her state meet with a total score of 36.525 and sixth place in the all around competition.
Madison Treadwell finished seventh on beam with an 8.9 routine and finished 12th in the all around with a 35.25 total score. Sierra Briggs finished sixth on vault with a 9.2 performance.
Jordan Greaver finished her season with an 8.95 on bars for 10th place on that event.
In the senior D division, Aberdeen-Churchville had five girls competing.
Savannah Briggs had an outstanding finish to her season winning the state title on vault with a 9.4 performance. She was third on bars with a 9.35, and fourth on floor with a 9.325 routine. Savannah also finished fourth on beam with a 9.05 score. In the all around, Savannah finished with 37.125 total to earn her the third place state meet trophy.
Tea Abbadini also had a good showing at the state meet. Tea finished third on beam with a 9.125, and fourth on vault with a 9.2 performance and eighth on bars with a 9.0 score. Tea finished seventh in the all around with a 36.05 total score.
Makenna Burke earned seventh place on vault with a 9.05, eighth on bars with a 9.0 routine, and 10th in the all around with a 35.575 combined score.
Naomi Karmel finished sixth on bars with a 9.15 and 10th on beam with an 8.7 routine.
Lauren Amodei finished seventh on vault with a 9.05 score and eighth on floor with a 9.175 routine.
In the Junior A division, two girls competed for ACPR.
Kate McNesby had an excellent state meet winning the state title on bars with an outstanding 9.6 routine. Kate finished third on vault with a 9.35 and eighth on floor with a 9.05 performance. Kate finished fourth in the all around competition with a 36.6 total score.
Katelynn Eby finished seventh place on vault with a 9.25 effort.
In the junior C division, two girls competed for ACPR.
Angela Mink had a strong state meet showing winning second on bars with a 9.35, third on balance beam with a 9.35, and fourth on floor exercise with a 9.475 routine. Angela tied for fifth place in the state meet all around competition with a 36.975 total score.
Katelyn Ritz finished ninth on bars with a 9.1 performance and finished her season with a 35.2 all around score.
In the Junior B age group, Alycia Abbadini had a good state meet performance. She finished fourth on vault with a 9.3 score and 10th on bars with a 9.2 routine. Alycia also finished 11th in the all around competition with a 36.15 combined score.
In the Junior D and child B age divisions, three Aberdeen-Churchville girls competed. In junior D, Kellyann Coccia won second place in the state with a 9.375 performance. Kellyann finished her state meet with a 35.35 all around score.
Laidan Ryan earned 10th place in the state on uneven bars with a 9.05 performance. She finished her state meet with a 35.25 all around score.
In the Child B age group, Emily Carr finished eighth on bars with a 9.05 routine.
Twenty-seven level 4 teams were represented in the state meet in two team divisions. ACPR won the second place trophy in the large team division with a team score of 189.825.
The level 4 team at ACPR is coached by Dana Appleby, Rhonda Schulz, Vicky Evans, Bethany Anderson, Ann Pascoe (ballet), and Steve Cornelison. Team members train three days a week, primarily at the Churchville Recreation Center near the intersection of Routes 22 and 155.
ACPR gymnasts compete at USA Gymnastics Junior Olympic levels from level 4 through level 10. ACPR Gymnastics has one of the largest competition team programs in Maryland with more than 140 girls at all ages and levels.