April 15, 2011 - 15 Salem Patriot
Salem Patriot Gymnasts Attend Sectional in Amherst
Emily Connors both scoring a 37.00 all-around for first place. From Salem, Kiana Roy took first place in the all-around for the 6-8 age division with a 8.8 on vault, 8.95 on bars, 8.85 on beam, 9.1 on floor, and 35.70 all-around. Mary Gallo scored 8.925 on vault, 9.4 on bars, 8.70 on beam, 9.125 on floor, and 36.150 all-around. Kylee Tommasi scored 9.15 on vault, 8.75 on bars, 9 on beam, 9.2 on floor, and 36.10 all-around. Caitlin McLaughlin scored 9.125 on vault, 9.05 on bars, 8.65 on beam, 8.625 on floor, and 35.45 all- around. From Windham, Sydney Baldridge scored 8.775
All-around for Level 4 9-10 year-olds. All places were taken by Gym-Ken
submitted by Ruth Licata The last sectional of the competitive season
proved to be a great confidence-builder going into the State Championship, which is April 9 and 10 at the NH Technical Institute in Concord. The girls needed to score a 33.00 all-around to
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followed by a bloop to centerfield. First baseman Sarah Frahm (2-3, one run, two RBIs) then knocked them both in with a hot shot just past the diving shortstop that made its way into the left center gap for a bases-clearing double. She then scored the third and final run of the inning off a single by Long to make the score 5-0. The offensive output continued in the fifth as Salem sent nine players to plate in another three-run inning. After an inning-opening walk, Morrison launched a long RBI double down the left-field line, followed by a deep triple from Sam Cloutier (2-4, two runs, two RBIs) over the right fielder—perhaps the hardest hit ball all day. Frahm then knocked her in with a bloop to center just out of everyone’s reach, part of five consecutive hits for the Blue Devils. Salem ended up with just the three runs in the inning, as they left the bases full after a pair of nice defensive
plays from Spaulding. The bottom of the sixth saw Salem put up their final run on another Cloutier extra-base hit, a double to deep left. As well as the Salem offense started, the
pitching was equally impressive, with Gubellini and Val Bauer combining for the two-hit shutout. Only one Spaulding runner made it to second base, and that was on a fielder’s choice in the top of the sixth when the game was no longer in doubt. Gubellini (1-0) ended up with five innings pitched, one hit allowed, one walk, and two strikeouts. Bauer finished up the final two innings and allowed just one hit.
Salem looks to extend their winning streak with a road game at Concord on Wednesday, followed by another home game versus Pinkerton on Friday, April 15, at Nashua North on Monday, April 18, and a home contest versus Bishop Guertin on Wednesday, April 20.
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qualify. Most of the team had already qualified at the first sectional. The final sectional gives them one more chance to perform in front of a big crowd with the excitement and distractions. Level 4 took every spot in the 9-10 year-old division all-around, with Hannah Monahan and
on vault, 9.05 on bars, 8.8 on beam, 9.2 on floor, and 35.825 all-around. Delaney Cunningham scored 9.325 on vault, 9.0 on bars, 9.0 on beam, 9.3 on floor, and 36.625 all-around. Chrissy DePamphilis scored 8.525 on vault, 9.35 on bars, 8.15 on beam, 9.20 on floor, and 35.225 all- around. Caitlin Higgins scored 8.5 on vault, 7 on bars, 7.70 on beam, 7.10 on floor, and 30.30 all- around. Hannah Monahan scored 9.275 on vault, 9.425 on bars, 9.1 on beam, 9.2 on floor, and 37.00 all-around. Allison O’Connor scored 8.525 on beam, 6.65 on bars, 7.7 on beam, 7.3 on floor,
and 30.175 all-around. Taylor Maffeo scored 8.9 on vault, 8.9 on bars, 8.5 on beam, 9.3 on floor, and 35.60 all-around. Pace McKeon scored 9 on vault, 8.4 on bars, 7.9 on beam, 8.925 on floor, and 34.225 all-around. Mia Saucedo scored 8.8 on vault, 8.450 on bars, 8.15 on beam, 8.25 on floor, and 33.650 all-around. Lindsey Brayer scored 8.35 on vault, 8.825 on bars, 8.2 on beam, 8.475 on floor, and 33.85 all-around. Ava Gravell scored 9.3 on vault, 8.4 on bars, 7.55 on beam, 8.45 on floor, and 33.70 all-around. Level 5: Paige Butler of Windham scored 9.050 first on vault, 9 on bars, 8.9 on beam, 9.525 on floor, and 36.475 all-around for first place. Level 6: From Windham, Alexandra Masone scored 8.875 on vault, 8.925 on bars, 8.550 on beam, 9.325 on floor, and 3.5675 all-around. Tori Sipes scored 8.3 on vault, 8.9 on bars, 8.050 on beam, 8.925 on floor, and 34.175 all-around. Samantha Jezak scored 8.5 on vault, 8.9 on bars, 8.4 on beam, 9.0 on floor, and 34.8 all-around. Level 7: From Salem, Erica Muse scored 8.9 on
vault, 7.650 on bars, 8.3 on beam, 8.9 on floor, and 33.750 all-around.
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