Typically, this is an account of the routines that received a 10 from at least one judge, but as there were just three of those in week one (ahh, a light week), I’ll take us through everything that received a 10 or a 9.950 from at least one judge. And by me, I mean Gymnastea on YouTube.
Kiya Johnson – Floor – LSU
Trinity Thomas – Vault – Florida
Haleigh Bryant – Floor – LSU
Victoria Nguyen – Bars – Georgia
Ellie Lazzari – Beam – Florida
Trinity Thomas – Beam – Florida
Trinity Thomas – Floor – Florida
Anastasia Webb – Beam – Oklahoma
Mikayla Magee – Vault – Georgia
Derrian Gobourne – Floor – Auburn
Alyssa Baumann – Beam – Florida
Nya Reed – Floor – Florida
Kennedy Hambrick – Beam – Arkansas
Sophia Carter – Floor – Arkansas
Mati Waligora – Beam – Alabama
Makarri Doggette – Beam – Alabama
Lexi Graber – Floor – Alabama
Maile O’Keefe – Beam – Utah
Abby Paulson – Beam – Utah
Katherine Levaasseur – Bars – Oklahoma
Anastasia Webb – Floor – Oklahoma
Megan Skaggs – Vault – Florida
Raena Worley – Floor – Kentucky
Maile O’Keefe – Floor – Utah
9 thoughts on “Top Scores of Week 1”
Am I the only one who thinks Bryant should’ve gotten a 9.95 on her vault
she should have definitely.
I like Victoria Nguyen but 9.95? Eeek.
That 10… I mean really, she bounced into the next state on the very first tumbling pass! It was a nice routine, but no way is that a 10.
On the 10-Kiya did not bounce at all. I do think her lunge was a bit large so I agree it wasn’t a 10, but you saying she bounced into the next state is an exaggeration.
Ya, that was a bit of an exaggeration from a non-LSU fan.
@Sunny She *lunged* into the next state. Happy now? Your comment, like all LSU stan posts, is a laughable attempt to justify the exaggerated scoring LSU so frequently receives. Johnson’s routine was a 9.925 if one STRETCHED the scoring; if that was a 10 Thomas’ vault was a 12. JFC!
No one else but Florida gets 9.9s for basic FTYs.
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