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    Eagles glide to third in state gymnastics meet

    photoFreedom High School’s Arianna Robinson celebrates with teammates after completing her floor routine at the VHSL Gymnastics Championships Feb. 17 at Salem High School in Virginia Beach.—Times-Mirror Photo/Jesse Hutcheson

    Freedom High School capped an outstanding 2011-2012 gymnastics season with a third-place team finish at the Virginia High School League Gymnastics Championships Feb. 17 at Salem High School in Virginia Beach.

    The Eagles won Cedar Run District and Northwest Region titles to earn one of eight spots in the state team competition. Freedom totaled 144.475 points to finish less than four points behind state champion Frank W. Cox (148.075). Washington-Lee placed second with 146.20 points.

    Arianna Robinson produced the top score for Freedom in all four events Friday. Shannon Landry, Alexis Chaet, Alli Gibbs, Brooke Landry, Evelyn Soon, Shannon Landry, Karly Hickman and Rebecca McCarthy also contributed to the Eagles’ strong team finish.

    While Freedom was the lone Loudoun entry in the team competition - only Group AAA schools are eligible - a large contingent of local gymnasts competed in the Individual Open Championship Feb. 18.

    Robinson, the Northwest Region all-around champion, shined again in the state individual competition - medaling in three events on her way to a third-place finish in the all-around.

    Robinson’s vault routine was her top performance, scoring a 9.850 to place second in the state. Robinson also finished fourth on the balance beam and eighth on the uneven bars.

    Dulles District champion Loudoun County qualified a program-record five gymnasts for states - Victoria Miner, Jessica Drews, Hannah Powell, Annie Asai and Leigh Philbrick.

    Miner placed 15th in the all-around, tops among Group AA gymnasts. Miner also medaled on the vault, finishing in a tie for sixth.

    Also placing among the top 20 in the all-around were Loudoun County’s Jessica Drews (16th) and Hannah Powell (19th) and Woodgrove’s Amanda Huebner in 18th.


    Individual Results*

    All-Around
    3. Arianna Robinson (F) 38.375
    15. Victoria Miner (LC) 36.675
    16. Jessica Drews (LC) 36.0
    18. Amanda Huebner (W) 35.775
    19. Hannah Powell (LC) 35.0

    Vault
    2. Arianna Robinson (F) 9.850
    T6. Victoria Miner (LC) 9.475
    T26. Amanda Huebner (W) 9.0

    Uneven Bars
    8. Arianna Robinson (F) 9.525
    28. Victoria Miner (LC) 8.875
    T30. Darja Winkel (BW) 8.750
    T30. Jessica Drews (LC) 8.750
    T30. Hannah Powell (LC) 8.750

    Balance Beam
    T4. Arianna Robinson (F) 9.70
    T13. Jessica Drews (LC) 9.525
    T24. Victoria Miner (LC) 9.225

    Floor Exercise
    T13. Amanda Huebner (W) 9.325
    T17. Arianna Robinson (F) 9.30
    T25. Shannon Landry (F) 9.125
    28. Victoria Miner (LC) 9.10
    29. Hannah Powell (LC) 9.075

    *Results include Loudoun gymnasts placing 30th or better.


    -All photos by Jesse Hutcheson

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