JO Nationals Results

The seventillion bajillion JO Nationals competitors are trampling Fort Worth like a herd of bison this weekend. Juniors and seniors in groups A, B, and C compete Saturday, while groups D, E, and F compete Sunday. Those senior D, E, and Fers are the most relevant for upcoming NCAA purposes, but there are developments worth storing in the memory bank nearly all around.

Full results can be found at the new-ish MyUSAGym scoring app, but I’ll put the significant results, along with my notes about them here.

Senior F – Top 10 AA & Notables

Rk Name NCAA VT UB BB FX Total
1 Maddie Karr Denver 2017 9.875 (1) 9.700 (1) 9.775 (1) 9.675 (2) 39.025
This is the main reason I’ve remained high on Denver’s future postseason chances even post-McGee, because Karr is perhaps the top JO gymnast in this recruiting class. She won the Nastia last year, and now she’s a JO nastional champion who recorded the highest score of any gymnast in any session, junior or senior. She’s expected to be a top AAer next season who should deliver the replacement scores Denver desperately needs.
2 Cassidy Keelen Cal 2017 9.675 (3) 9.500 (14) 9.750 (3) 9.650 (4) 38.575
Denver and Cal were the two significant “the status quo is dead, long live the status quo” teams last season, so it’s particularly encouraging that their incoming gymnasts are placing so well at JO Nationals, giving credence to the hope that they will at least remain competitive, if not improve in coming seasons. Cal returns all 24 postseason routines from 2016 and now will be able to add a gymnast like Keelen to bolster those lineups.
3 Rachel Dickson Georgia 2017 9.625 (4) 9.700 (1) 9.700 (4) 9.450 (18) 38.475
Georgia has a monumental routine-replacement task in front of it next season, and part of the concern about relying on Sabrina Vega to do the heavy lifting next year is…how much is she…gymnastics…anymore? It will take several villages to replace their two (or three) best routines on each event, and this result helps prove that Dickson can be at least one of those villages. More than anything else, it will be L10s like Dickson, Schick, Marino, and Cherrey who will dictate who kind of team Georgia becomes in 2017.
4 Christina Berg Arizona 2017 9.525 (14) 9.625 (5) 9.525 (15) 9.575 (6) 38.250
I’m pleased to see how many future Arizona gymnasts have placed well in this competition, and how many top-10 floor placements they’ve brought with them. Arizona’s performance last season was largely par for the course and not different enough from what was happening before, though that is natural in the first year of a new dynasty. Tabitha’s era will be defined by the next couple seasons and what she is able to get out of these new gymnasts.
5 Madison Osman Michigan 2017 9.500 (16) 9.550 (10) 9.500 (18) 9.675 (2) 38.225
Michigan’s incoming class is laregely a bars and beam group, which is fine because they’ll still have Artz, Chiarelli, and Karas to do the major lifting in the power department, but Osman could be an essential piece as the gymnast in the 2017 class who brings a high-level, likely floor routine.
6 Katie Becker Auburn 2017 9.575 (9) 9.550 (10) 9.550 (10) 9.500 (13) 38.175
We know that Auburn’s incoming class brings a number of solid gymnasts, and these 9.5s for a sixth-place finish are reflective of that and of a gymnast who can certainly contribute to lineups. The question we won’t really have an answer to until next January is where the team stands without Atkinson. Will they feel the lack of the big star, or will these solid JO gymnasts do a Captain Planet “by your powers combined” to render the sailing as smooth as it can be?
7 Evanni Roberson Washington 2017 9.400 (27) 9.700 (1) 9.550 (10) 9.450 (18) 38.100
Vaulters, I said! We need VAULTERS! Still, Washington had a very nice 2016 season and a somewhat unexpected resurgance for a program that had been getting a little too 7th-in-the-Pac-12 lately. The judges at regionals thought Washington’s bars rotation was garbage, which is why the Huskies were not able to challenge a fall from UCLA, so someone who wins bars at JOs is more than welcome. Washington is losing the signifciance of Northey, but just Northey, so if Copiak and gymnasts like Roberson deliver, there’s still reason to hope for continued improvement next year.
7 Isabella Amado Boise State 2017 9.600 (6) 9.575 (7) 9.375 (26) 9.550 (7) 38.100
Boise State is really becoming the international house of gymnastics these days, with Collantes contributing an essential AA already and now Amado, who competes internationally for Panama, and Courtney McGregor joining for next season. We know BSU has great bars, but at regionals, Boise State ultimately proved not as competitive on vault and floor as it would have seemed based on the season’s results, who makes Amado’s solid finishes enticing.
7 Olivia Aepli Ohio State 2017 9.425 (22) 9.600 (6) 9.575 (9) 9.500 (13) 38.100
Ohio State hasn’t really been the same since the previous Aepli’s class left, so while it may just be nominative nostalgia since Victoria Aepli was on the OSU team that made nationals, we’ll take what we can get at this point. That 6th-place finish does seem to indiciate that bars routines run in the family.
10 Melissa Brooker NC State 2017 9.475 (21) 9.575 (7) 9.425 (21) 9.550 (7) 38.025
While NC State hasn’t had a ton of high AA placements in this event, a number of the incoming gymnasts have managed top-10 finishes here and there on events, including Alexis Beucler of “hi, your nickname is also a homophobic slur” fame, who finished 13th here. NC State is brining in a class of usabel AAers with a notably competitive event or two.
11 Michaela Burton Arkansas 2017 9.425 (22) 9.350 (20) 9.700 (4) 9.525 (11) 38.000
You broke the Arkansas bars streak! But I had a narrative going! A narrative!
12 Chloe Cluchey WVU 2017 9.600 (6) 9.300 (22) 9.625 (6) 9.225 (32) 37.750
17 Aspen Tucker Missouri 2017 9.625 (4) 8.750 (43) 9.625 (6) 9.550 (7) 37.550
It was almost a good meet, and then it went very, very wrong. Still, she would have been top-5 with a hit bars, and Missouri is another program dropping very little after last season that looks to continue improving with an infusion of yet more competitive L10s.
27 Elle Golison Utah State 2017 9.750 (2) 8.700 (44) 8.875 (42) 9.625 (5) 36.950
N/A Wynter Childers Alabama 2017 9.600 (6) 0.000 (-) 9.775 (1) 9.700 (1) N/A
Did something happen, or did she just pass bars? Because I thought she was going to win this session. She’ll be yet another significant gain for an Alabama team that keeps being almost good enough.

Senior E – Top 10 AA & Notables

Rk Name NCAA VT UB BB FX Total
1 Taylor Houchin Nebraska 2017 9.750 (2) 9.625 (5) 9.700 (3) 9.400 (15) 38.475
Nebraska will be in serious need next season of a gymnast who can contribute scores a la Hollie Blanske, who more often than not had the team’s top score on each apparatus during 2016. Seeing this result from Houchin lessens Nebraska’s Red Alert status a little.
2 Kim Tessen Utah 2017 9.700 (5) 9.725 (1) 9.350 (37) 9.350 (19) 38.125
Tessen is the least-known member of Utah’s freshman class next year (see Reinstadtler below), but she’s the one who got the result here, with very competitive scores on two events and a history of strong AA placements. Utah is losing enough routines after this season, that even with the bigger names coming in, the whole class will need to contribute performances like this.
2 Paige Williams Minnesota 2017 9.675 (9) 9.450 (19) 9.650 (6) 9.350 (19) 38.125
At this point, I see a future Minnesota gymnast and I think, “But what’s the bars score?” Oh. But the beam lineup may need the most reloading of all since the three best routines are all gone, so I like to see that 6th place there.
4 Makayla Bullitt Arizona State (?) 9.750 (2) 9.600 (7) 9.625 (8) 9.125 (38) 38.100
At one point she was supposed to go to Arizona State. But that was also for 2015-2016. So…?
4 Randi Morris Bowling Green 2017 9.600 (10) 9.300 (26) 9.700 (3) 9.500 (7) 38.100
Look at you, Bowling Green. You make regionals one time, and suddenly you think you’re all “oh, we get top JO finishers now”? Beam was Bowling Green’s most impressive event in 2016, and is also Morris’s strongest finish here.
6 Madison McBride Southern Utah 2017 9.700 (5) 9.725 (1) 9.450 (28) 9.200 (31) 38.075
Aside from having the name you’d make up if you were writing the character of an up-and-coming young country singer who doesn’t realize what she’s in for, her two good scores come on SUU’s two weaker-RQS events in 2016.
7 Missy Reinstadtler Utah 2017 9.700 (5) 9.725 (1) 9.700 (3) 8.925 (50) 38.050
It’s probably the most notable upset of the competition so far that Reinstadtler didn’t win this session, though she would have by dozens of tenths with a hit floor routine. At this point, I’m viewing her as an AA contributor for Utah next season, and those scores for her three hits back that up.
7 Heather Swanson Arizona 2017 9.700 (5) 9.500 (14) 9.400 (34) 9.450 (9) 38.050
Vault was by far Arizona’s weak event in 2016, which you know when an incoming gymnast’s JO score is the same as the current lineup’s NCAA scores. We’ll expect to see that vault next season.
7 Jessica Yamzon Arkansas 2017 9.450 (18) 9.600 (7) 9.550 (21) 9.450 (9) 38.050
Mark Cook must have been drinking the bars juice with his recruits lately because every future Arkansas gymnast at JOs this year has recorded her best score on bars. Lineup, lineup revolution?
10 Riley Freehling New Hampshire 2017 9.375 (28) 9.600 (7) 9.650 (6) 9.375 (18) 38.000
10 Michaela Nelson Washington 2017 9.400 (23) 9.500 (14) 9.600 (11) 9.500 (7) 38.000
12 Lexi Montgomery Minnesota 2018 9.400 (23) 9.525 (11) 9.750 (1) 9.300 (26) 37.975
There’s your next Minnesota replacement beam routine.
13 Gabrielle Cooke Illinois State 2017 9.400 (23) 9.375 (22) 9.500 (26) 9.625 (2) 37.900
14 Jade Brown Kent State 2017 9.425 (20) 9.500 (14) 9.200 (46) 9.725 (1) 37.850
19 Evan Pakshong William & Mary 2017 9.125 (43) 9.600 (7) 9.750 (1) 9.125 (38) 37.600
Very good bars and beam pickup for William & Mary.
21 Lexi Funk Michigan 2017 9.375 (28) 9.100 (35) 9.625 (8) 9.450 (9) 37.550
Somewhat disappointing result for Funk here after finishing 9th last year, but bars is usually much better than that. Beam is often her best event, though, as it was here.
23 Alecia Farina Maryland 2017 9.600 (10) 8.850 (43) 9.425 (31) 9.625 (2) 37.500
31 Grace Glenn UCLA 2017 9.425 (20) 9.525 (11) 8.775 (54) 9.250 (30) 36.975
Not a great day for one of the top gymnasts in this age group who regularly scores 38s in L10.
34 Jovannah East Bowling Green 2017 9.775 (1) 8.200 (51) 9.600 (11) 9.300 (26) 36.875

Senior D – Top 10 AA & Notables

Rk Name NCAA VT UB BB FX Total
1 Kyla Bryant Stanford 2018 (?) 9.600 (7) 9.750 (1) 9.550 (11) 9.800 (1) 38.700
While there’s reason to have some questions about Stanford’s ability to fill out the lineups next season given the various roster departures and general Stanfordness, 2018 could be an exciting and important group. Bryant often gets the Kytra treatment because she too has an open double back and a big DLO, but that’s exactly what Stanford needs in the hope of a 2018 season where Ebee doesn’t have to do it all herself.
2 Kyana George Cal 2018 9.500 (9) 9.600 (7) 9.700 (4) 9.725 (2) 38.550
George is part of the Cal 2017-2018 entering class that’s probably the most impressive recruiting class the program has had, marking the program’s ascendancy to a position of luring some of the very top JO gymnasts. The class features a number of gymnasts who have placed well here, along with Polish international Alma Kuc, whose name we will not stop laughing about for four whole years.
3 Kennedi Edney LSU 2017 9.800 (2) 9.625 (4) 9.525 (17) 9.425 (13) 38.375
I remember assuming Edney would be an inevitable Bruin since her dad was King UCLA, but of course…why would you want to do that? She’ll join an LSU team next season that is losing few routines and isn’t lacking for replacements already on that roster, so just throw another casual 9.800 vault in JO on the pile with the rest of them. She’ll be a solid option to fill some of those Savona spots.
4 Lynnzee Brown Denver 2018 9.750 (3) 9.475 (15) 9.500 (23) 9.600 (5) 38.325
This is another reminder not to stop paying attention to Denver even though there won’t be a Nina McGee floor routine anymore. The L10s that Denver is bringing in the next couple years are quite competitive.
5 Reagan Campbell LSU 2018 9.425 (22) 9.475 (15) 9.700 (4) 9.650 (4) 38.250
How is she not starting college until 2018? I feel like she’s been an elite since the 1850s. In my head, she’s the same age as Rheagan Courville. Also, in my head she’s the same person as Rheagan Courville, which is a problem since she’s also going to LSU. #toomuchReagan. #stopReaganing. Reagan Campbell is going to be accidentally called Rheagan Courville literally every day of her college life.
6 Payton Bellows New Hampshire 2018 9.700 (5) 9.475 (15) 9.550 (12) 9.425 (13) 38.150
A vault! A vault! She has a vault!
7 Drew Watson Auburn 2018 9.850 (1) 9.575 (9) 9.450 (28) 9.250 (26) 38.125
The vault champion for this session. All of Auburn’s vaults consistently scoring over 9.800 in 2016 came from juniors and seniors.
7 Gracen Standley LSU 2018 9.375 (29) 9.650 (3) 9.625 (7) 9.475 (10) 38.125
Cool your jets, LSU. Let someone else in. Those are encouraging bars and beam scores in particular since we associate LSU with a glut of vault and floor routines, although we can see that’s changing somewhat in upcoming classes. LSU is concertedly recruiting bars and beam workers, and in 2018 Finnegan, Hambrick, and Macadaeg will still all be around, so that beam lineup is going to continue being legit.
9 Sarah Smith Utah 2018 9.450 (18) 9.475 (15) 9.650 (6) 9.525 (9) 38.100
Utah’s 2017 class is more heralded than the 2018 class so far, with the Skinner and Reinstadler action, both of whom we should expect major things from, but Smith and Canada’s Soloski will be tasked with entering for the 2018 season and replacing routines from Partyka and Stover etc, which is no small expectation.
10 Ashley Foss Georgia 2018 9.500 (9) 9.625 (4) 9.750 (1) 9.150 (32) 38.025
Foss is one of the more well-known in this age group because she was a junior elite for a ton of forevers (like Reagan Campbell, isn’t she 28 by now?), and she would have placed in the top three here with a good floor. She’s part of that Schild, Oakley, Durante freshman class that has Georgia fans excited for future big scores, even if they’re not the big, big names of Georgia classes of the past (apart from Schild).
11 Autumn Jorgensen SUU 2018 9.625 (6) 9.250 (25) 9.750 (1) 9.375 (17) 38.000
12 Kylie Noonan Illinois 2018 9.400 (25) 9.200 (26) 9.750 (1) 9.575 (7) 37.925
13 Kristen Politz Penn State 2017 9.450 (18) 9.400 (20) 9.350 (35) 9.700 (3) 37.900
16 Maggie O’Hara Michigan 2017 9.420 (40) 9.700 (2) 9.600 (8) 9.275 (24) 37.775
With this 2017 class, I’m excited to see what these bars and beam lineups will end up looking like next season. They’ll lose Williams on both and Sheppard on bars, but there should be some solid competition for places.
20 Mariah Peterson Cal 2017 9.600 (7) 9.625 (4) 9.400 (33) 8.875 (48) 37.375

Senior C – Top 10 AA & Notables

Rk Name NCAA VT UB BB FX Total
1 Emma Marchese North Carolina 2018 9.475 (12) 9.650 (2) 9.775 (1) 9.600 (2) 38.500
Winning a division at JO Nationals with these scores means we’re going to start expecting things in future, OK UNC? I’m just kidding. We’re obviously not. Marchese did win beam in her session last year as well, and if we add that to the head-turning beam routine from Morgan Lane that UNC will have for the next couple seasons, that’s…two beam routines. But still. It’s something for a team that hasn’t had a lot lately. Her future teammate, Catherine Rogers, finished 11th here. Go ahead, North Carolina.
2 Mollie Korth Kentucky 2018 9.650 (3) 9.600 (5) 9.425 (21) 9.675 (1) 38.350
There’s reason for Kentucky to be excited for the future, with the 2016 freshman class bringing many more competitive scores, plus solid JO finishes for members of both the 2018 and 2019 classes. Floor was the weaker event for Kentucky in 2016, ranking 27th in the country, so a gymnast winning floor is an excellent sign.
2 Kynsee Roby Nebraska 2018 9.525 (7) 9.650 (2) 9.625 (3) 9.550 (3) 38.350
Roby verballed to Nebraska at the age of 1.25 months, and I haven’t seen any confirmation since then, but for a team that has been bleeding significant AAers like DeZiel and Blanske, I like the look of four scores all in the top 10.
4 Kaitlyn Yanish Oregon State 2018 9.525 (7) 9.525 (11) 9.425 (21) 9.475 (7) 37.950
But wait. She’s neither Canadian nor Australian! Oregon State, I don’t even think I know you anymore.
5 Sophia Carter Arkansas 2018 9.325 (26) 9.600 (5) 9.400 (25) 9.475 (7) 37.800
More hit bars from Arkansas, with two top-5 results on Saturday and another top-10 placement on Sunday. Bars was Arkansas’s lowest-ranked event in 2016.
6 Alissa Bonsall Penn State 2018 9.475 (12) 9.550 (8) 9.350 (32) 9.400 (15) 37.775
I wonder how many of these Penn State verbals will actually play out…
7 Evy Schoepfer Oklahoma 2018 9.500 (9) 9.225 (28) 9.500 (12) 9.525 (4) 37.750
What are these piddling little garbage 9.5s? Oklahoma would never. Just kidding, she’ll be NCAA bars champion in 2019.
8 Sophia Steinmayer Iowa State 2018 9.700 (2) 9.275 (26) 9.375 (28) 9.375 (16) 37.725
9 Anne Maxim Mich. State 2018 9.450 (16) 9.700 (1) 9.225 (38) 9.325 (20) 37.700
10 Ashley Albrecht ?? 9.300 (29) 9.525 (11) 9.475 (15) 9.375 (16) 37.675
12 Melanie Lockhart BYU 2018 9.600 (5) 8.800 (45) 9.500 (12) 9.500 (6) 37.400
19 Lauren Clavenger ?? 9.025 (45) 9.300 (24) 9.625 (2) 9.225 (29) 37.200
29 Lexi Graber Alabama 2018 9.850 (1) 8.675 (46) 9.100 (43) 9.300 (23) 36.925
Looks like Graber had a no good, very bad day. For the most part. That vault score is still a very Alabama vault score.
35 Michelina Lupinetti ?? 9.575 (6) 9.625 (4) 8.800 (52) 8.625 (50) 36.625

Senior B – Top 10 AA & Notables

Rk Name NCAA VT UB BB FX Total
1 Rachel Flam Stanford 2018 9.750 (1) 9.550 (5) 9.700 (3) 9.575 (3) 38.575
It almost feels strange to know about a Stanford gymnast this far in advance. It’s usually all “you have to wait 18 years until you’re ‘accepted academically’.” Stanford does not lack for talented gymnasts, but seeing another four whole scores from someone who’s in a single piece is basically a revelation, instead of the gorgeous marionettes Stanford usually recruits. Competitive-scoring AAer, usable on any event, former junior elite who dropped back to L10 as a senior, aka the golden fleece of NCAA gymnastics. Get there instantly and do everything forever.
2 Anastasia Webb Oklahoma 2018 9.650 (2) 9.625 (2) 9.575 (11) 9.700 (1) 38.550
Oklahoma may have just won its second title in three years and may be getting all Maggie Nichols and Ragan Smith in the recruiting now, but there’s still a place for those ninja L10s. The 2018 class is made up entirely of them, fittingly tasked with replacing the previous gaggle of Jo stars in the likes of Capps, Jones, and Lovan, so they have some big Ninja L10 shoes to fill.
3 Jennifer Oh ?? 9.500 (10) 9.550 (5) 9.625 (9) 9.550 (5) 38.225
4 Audrey Barber ?? 9.600 (3) 9.250 (21) 9.675 (4) 9.450 (12) 37.975
5 Nicole Biondi Illinois 2018 9.550 (5) 9.650 (1) 9.100 (43) 9.550 (5) 37.850
JO bars champion is exactly the kind of thing we need to see joining Illinois after the season that shall no longer be mentioned. The current freshmen and sophomores have not contributed a whole lot of routines or lineup-leading scores, so in the 2018 season, post-Buchanan and Horth, those scores will have to come from somewhere. Another of Illinois’ 2018 class, Tessa Phillips, finished top-10 on floor in this session.
5 Emilie LeBlanc Maryland 2018 9.500 (10) 9.575 (4) 9.475 (20) 9.375 (25) 37.850
Tell me my brain isn’t the only one that juse sees “Emilie Le” and fills in “Pennec.” Emilie Le Pennec is going to Maryland, and it will be fine.
7 Alexia Burch Utah 2019 9.500 (10) 9.075 (32) 9.650 (6) 9.600 (2) 37.825
Burch won her age group last year and would have placed in the top three this year if not for that little bars score there. She’s one of the younger ones in this group, though and won’t compete until 2019, so we’ve got multiple years until she’s a thing. Can’t help yet.
8 Abby Kaufmann WVU ?? 9.475 (15) 9.225 (23) 9.550 (12) 9.500 (7) 37.750
9 Alonza Klopfer Alabama 2018 9.175 (39) 9.500 (7) 9.825 (1) 9.100 (38) 37.600
Vault and floor take her out of the top echelons of this age group, but that 9.825 on beam will turn some heads. We see scores in the 9.8s in JO on vault but they’re quite rare on bars and beam, where a 9.700 is usually good enough to win. That will give Dana Duckworth full chin-up beam-coaching face.
10 Jamie Panchak UC Davis 2018 9.325 (27) 9.375 (12) 9.475 (20) 9.375 (20) 37.550
11 Ona Loper Minnesota 2018 9.600 (3) 8.575 (43) 9.725 (2) 9.575 (3) 37.475
Loper had a chance to win this competition if it weren’t for bars, so she’ll fit right in at Minnesota. I think most of us are expecting a down year for Minnesota in 2017 in the aftermath of losing Mable, but this 2018 group includes Loper and Lexy Ramler of “being 18 feet taller than all the other junior elites” fame, and that’s when Minnesota could get its groove back.
18 Kailey Gillings Arkansas 2018 9.175 (39) 9.600 (3) 9.350 (34) 9.100 (38) 37.225
3rd place on bars. Once again, not too shabby.

Senior A – Top 10 AA & Notables

Rk Name NCAA VT UB BB FX Total
1 Rachael Lukacs Georgia 2019 9.800 (1) 9.525 (7) 9.625 (2) 9.700 (1) 38.650
Lukacs is becoming the new NCAA belle of the ball to replace Boren and Karas etc, winning the Nastia earlier this year, winning her division here, and sticking DTYs all over the place like the second coming of Ashleigh Gnat. For a team that has been missing the BIG big gets the last several recruiting cycles, Lukacs is a thing for Georgia. It’s only a shame she can’t join for 2017 because ahhhh.
2 Natalie Wojcik Michigan 2019 9.625 (2) 9.575 (4) 9.625 (2) 9.650 (3) 38.475
3 Abby Brenner Michigan 2019 9.600 (3) 9.575 (4) 9.275 (31) 9.700 (1) 38.150
Strong results for a number of future Wolverines in this session. They will enter in the class expected to replace Brianna Brown’s contribution (so, it’s a while away and everything can happen), but Michigan is creating a nice little high-potential collective of top, top JO finishers to bolster the roster in the post-Artz/Chiarelli years.
4 Taylor Lawson Arizona 2018 9.450 (12) 9.425 (14) 9.525 (11) 9.650 (3) 38.050
An elite as recently as last year, Lawson can add a power quotient to Arizona that was lacking this year with her big acro skills on beam and floor. She should be an important pickup if they can NCAA-refine the other details: the splits, the legs, the feet, etc.
5 Mikaela Meyer Utah State 2018 9.450 (12) 9.475 (11) 9.525 (11) 9.425 (11) 37.875
6 Jenna Swartzentruber Ohio State 2018 9.500 (7) 9.625 (1) 9.125 (39) 9.600 (5) 37.850
It seems like every year Ohio State has a top JO finisher coming in, like Funches or Harrison, but after another year with an uninspiring finish, it’s time for some of these to pan out.
7 Victoria Salem Cal 2018 9.450 (12) 9.600 (2) 9.700 (1) 9.075 (36) 37.825
More for Cal. Salem is another member of that huge 2017-2018, but they will be tasked with replacing that equally giant and influential class of Howe, Palomares, Owens, Draghi, Richardson and Takara, which is basically all of Cal’s routines right now. They’ll need people like Salem to deliver. That 9.700 on beam is juicy.
7 Bridget Killian Iowa 2019 9.425 (15) 9.400 (15) 9.450 (19) 9.550 (8) 37.825
9 Delaney Garin Temple 2018 9.400 (16) 9.500 (9) 9.575 (6) 9.325 (23) 37.800
Love seeing strong JO finishes for schools like Temple. It doesn’t always pan out to stardom (or usually), but these schools aren’t getting elites so this is where it has to begin. I remember seeing all those strong JO results for the current sophomores at George Washington a few years ago and thinking, “George Washington?” But it was the start of something.
10 Madison Dagen Oregon State 2019 9.475 (10) 9.250 (25) 9.625 (2) 9.375 (13) 37.725
Yes, she’s the next Dagen after Lacy, continuing the trend of older sisters going to Florida and then younger sisters going to Oregon State. Is this like Tanya and Michael’s scheme to steal all of Florida’s gymnasts? “Hey, Lacy, don’t you want to be with your sister…?”
12 Madison Mariani Michigan 2019 9.500 (7) 9.600 (2) 9.575 (6) 8.950 (46) 37.625
She’s another part of that Michigan collective who put together a very encouraging session for Bev. She would have finished in a nice little 2-3-4 trio with Wojcik and Brenner if she had hit floor, which would have been really clean and delightful. Oh well, can’t have everything.
13 Ella Warren Kentucky 2019 9.350 (21) 9.525 (7) 9.150 (36) 9.350 (17) 37.375
19 Josie Angeny Kentucky 2019 9.325 (23) 9.425 (11) 9.575 (6) 8.775 (50) 37.150
Some strong bars results for future Kentucky gymnasts here.
N/A Abigail Matthews Oklahoma 2018 0.000 9.550 (6) 0.000 7.850 (56) N/A
Oh look, Oklahoma has a bars routine.
46 Sophia Petrillo N/A 8.950 (50) 8.850 (45) 9.025 (44) 9.075 (36) 35.900
“Hey, babe, should we name our daughter after one of the Golden Girls?”

“We REALLY should.”

 

Junior F – Top 10 AA

Rk Name Gym VT UB BB FX Total
1 Shaylah Scott Metroplex 9.750 (1) 9.525 (17) 9.675 (2) 9.625 (4) 38.575
1 Abby Heiskell Southeastern 9.650 (6) 9.775 (1) 9.600 (4) 9.550 (10) 38.575
3 Jade Carey Oasis 9.750 (1) 9.600 (6) 9.500 (8) 9.625 (4) 38.475
4 Samantha Davis North Stars 9.575 (12) 9.600 (6) 9.450 (12) 9.825 (1) 38.450
5 Derrian Gobourne Lakewood 9.675 (4) 9.700 (2) 9.400 (16) 9.600 (7) 38.375
6 Olivia Raymond North Stars 9.500 (21) 9.575 (10) 9.425 (13) 9.625 (4) 38.125
7 Maya Bordas Capital 9.500 (21) 9.550 (13) 9.425 (13) 9.425 (28) 37.900
8 Kaitlyn Higgins Rockford 9.500 (21) 9.550 (13) 9.225 (27) 9.600 (7) 37.875
9 Mei Li Costa Arena 9.425 (38) 9.500 (19) 9.475 (10) 9.400 (32) 37.800
10 Trudy Schoepfer Triad 9.225 (48) 9.575 (10) 9.525 (5) 9.450 (21) 37.775

Junior E – Top 10 AA

Rk Name Gym VT UB BB FX Total
1 Payton Richards Aerial 9.625 (3) 9.350 (27) 9.800 (1) 9.575 (5) 38.350
1 Rachel Baumann WOGA 9.650 (2) 9.600 (10) 9.675 (2) 9.425 (17) 38.350
3 Karley McClain All American 9.550 (7) 9.650 (4) 9.450 (13) 9.650 (1) 38.300
4 Tiarre Sales Gymcats 9.525 (12) 9.675 (3) 9.675 (2) 9.400 (20) 38.275
5 Cristal Isa Gymcats 9.125 (39) 9.725 (2) 9.675 (2) 9.575 (5) 38.100
6 Natalie Morton Texas Dreams 9.250 (32) 9.600 (10) 9.475 (12) 9.600 (4) 37.925
7 Alexis Stokes WOGA 9.500 (15) 9.525 (18) 9.425 (15) 9.375 (26) 37.825
8 Alex Greenwald American 9.425 (21) 9.625 (5) 9.575 (6) 9.175 (36) 37.800
8 Natalie Horowitz Daggett 9.525 (12) 9.425 (26) 9.350 (23) 9.500 (10) 37.800
10 Shealyn Luksik XCel 9.300 (29) 9.750 (1) 9.325 (28) 9.400 (20) 37.775
10 Hallie Thompson Southeastern 9.575 (6) 9.600 (10) 9.100 (38) 9.500 (10) 37.775

Junior D – Top 10 AA

Rk Name Gym VT UB BB FX Total
1 Gabryel Wilson Michigan 9.875 (1) 9.550 (8) 9.675 (1) 9.800 (1) 38.900
Damn. 38.900.
2 Cassie Stevens AZ Sunrays 9.625 (3) 9.550 (8) 9.600 (3) 9.700 (2) 38.475
3 Nevaeh DeSouza Dream Xtreme 9.500 (9) 9.500 (15) 9.550 (5) 9.600 (4) 38.150
4 Chloe Widner Texas Dreams 9.550 (8) 9.350 (26) 9.550 (5) 9.675 (3) 38.125
4 Nicolette Koulos Wildfire 9.600 (5) 9.625 (2) 9.550 (5) 9.350 (23) 38.125
6 Bailey Lovett High Point 9.400 (21) 9.600 (3) 9.525 (10) 9.575 (7) 38.100
7 Leah Clapper Gym America 9.475 (11) 9.325 (29) 9.550 (5) 9.600 (4) 37.950
8 Talitha Jones Precision 9.625 (3) 9.525 (11) 9.325 (22) 9.450 (13) 37.925
9 Kylie Piringer ENA Paramus 9.450 (15) 9.425 (19) 9.425 (15) 9.600 (4) 37.900
10 Emma Brown Chow’s 9.475 (11) 9.575 (6) 9.300 (26) 9.500 (11) 37.850
10 Mallory LeNeave Xtreme 9.400 (21) 9.575 (6) 9.425 (15) 9.450 (13) 37.850
10 Isabel Redmond Olympia 9.400 (21) 9.550 (8) 9.500 (12) 9.400 (20) 37.850

Junior C – Top 10 AA

Rk Name Gym VT UB BB FX Total
1 Amoree Lockhart Empire 9.550 (7) 9.575 (7) 9.700 (2) 9.625 (5) 38.450
2 Sierra Brooks Aspire 9.725 (2) 9.525 (9) 9.575 (10) 9.550 (10) 38.375
2 Elexis Edwards Virginia 9.675 (3) 9.300 (26) 9.700 (2) 9.700 (2) 38.375
2 Andrea Li Legacy Elite 9.550 (7) 9.600 (6) 9.700 (2) 9.525 (12) 38.375
You didn’t win bars?!?! OUT OF THE FAMILY!
5 Kelsey Knox Dynamo 9.500 (12) 9.625 (5) 9.525 (15) 9.575 (9) 38.225
6 Maitlyn Waligora Olympia 9.500 (12) 9.650 (2) 9.550 (13) 9.475 (18) 38.175
7 Elena Deets TCT 9.475 (18) 9.425 (15) 9.625 (5) 9.550 (10) 38.075
8 Jessica Hutchinson Silvia’s 9.750 (1) 9.025 (41) 9.500 (17) 9.775 (1) 38.050
9 Mickayla Stuckey CGA 9.300 (34) 9.475 (10) 9.525 (15) 9.625 (5) 37.925
10 Anna McGee Georgia Elite 9.300 (34) 9.650 (2) 9.600 (7) 9.250 (41) 37.800

Junior B – Top 10 AA

Rk Name Gym VT UB BB FX Total
1 Carly Bauman Chow’s 9.575 (4) 9.675 (1) 9.700 (1) 9.575 (6) 38.525
2 Cosette Carranza Texas Dreams 9.575 (4) 9.575 (6) 9.625 (7) 9.625 (2) 38.400
3 Brooke Butler American 9.475 (13) 9.550 (9) 9.525 (10) 9.625 (2) 38.175
4 Audrey Davis WOGA 9.425 (18) 9.575 (6) 9.700 (1) 9.300 (31) 38.000
4 Emma Pritchard X-Treme 9.475 (13) 9.500 (11) 9.525 (10) 9.500 (12) 38.000
6 Haleigh Bryant Everest 9.350 (24) 9.600 (5) 9.400 (23) 9.600 (4) 37.950
7 Sydney Gonzales Wildfire 9.700 (1) 9.250 (27) 9.550 (9) 9.350 (27) 37.850
8 Deiah- Marie Moody WOGA 9.450 (16) 9.500 (11) 9.475 (13) 9.400 (21) 37.825
9 Taylor Russon San Mateo 9.350 (24) 9.150 (31) 9.700 (1) 9.525 (9) 37.725
10 Emily Lee West Valley 9.525 (8) 8.825 (42) 9.650 (6) 9.700 (1) 37.700
10 Courtney Blackson Byers 9.450 (16) 9.625 (3) 9.225 (35) 9.400 (21) 37.700

Junior A – Top 10 AA

Rk Name Gym VT UB BB FX Total
1 Annie Beard Texas Dreams 9.400 (16) 9.550 (6) 9.650 (6) 9.700 (1) 38.300
2 Jordan Levi AOGC 9.550 (4) 9.275 (30) 9.625 (7) 9.625 (4) 38.075
3 Sophia Groth Chow’s 9.525 (7) 9.325 (22) 9.725 (3) 9.400 (14) 38.025
4 Faith Torres Scamps 9.500 (10) 9.175 (37) 9.700 (4) 9.575 (5) 37.950
5 Lauren Little Everest 9.300 (29) 9.700 (1) 9.500 (13) 9.300 (23) 37.800
5 Jersey Dillam-Hadlock RGA 9.200 (38) 9.375 (22) 9.550 (12) 9.675 (2) 37.800
7 Autumn Lull Airborne 9.300 (29) 9.400 (17) 9.475 (16) 9.525 (7) 37.700
8 JaFree Scott GAGE 9.400 (16) 9.400 (17) 9.625 (7) 9.175 (39) 37.600
8 Meleah Bell Parkettes 9.300 (29) 9.600 (3) 9.275 (27) 9.425 (11) 37.600
10 Jacquelyn Moran Airborne 9.100 (44) 9.425 (13) 9.625 (7) 9.425 (11) 37.575
10 Baleigh Garcia American 9.475 (13) 9.425 (13) 9.450 (18) 9.225 (31) 37.575
46 Jaymes Marshall TIGAR 9.850 (1) 8.275 (54) 9.175 (33) 8.450 (56) 35.750
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6 thoughts on “JO Nationals Results”

  1. I find you quite mean with Nebraska. Don’t forget that Dani Breen was a better AA on the second half of the season than Blanske.
    For Roby her website and on twitter, FB she’s still commited to NU! ^^
    (Sorry for the bad english!)

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  2. Another notable was Khasia Hislop who’s starting at UNC next season who in typical Brestyan’s fashion was awesome on three events plus a bars meltdown.

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