2021 L10 Nationals

The full and complete scores may be found here, but I’ll be tracking the major results throughout the weekend and including them here as they come in, along with what you need to know for future NCAA purposes. (Verbally committed seniors are noted with their school and the year of their first competition season, not year of academic entry, because we don’t care about that book-lerning nunsense.)

SENIOR F – Top 10 AA & Notables

Sunday, May 16 – 6:45pm ET

Rk Name NCAA VT UB BB FX Total
1 Sloane Blakely Florida
2022
9.875
(1)
9.800
(1)
9.625
(1)
9.900
(1)
39.200
Blakely achieved the rare sweep, winning all four events en route to the title. She’s in the Florida class with Morgan Hurd, Riley McCusker, and Leanne Wong that justifiably has Florida as the odds-on favorite to win next season, and her significance as the “I’ve stepped back from elite” of the group will be extreme. 
2 Alex Theodorou Arizona State 2022 9.750
(5)
9.625
(14)
9.550
(2)
9.825
(2)
38.750
Theodorou has enjoyed a big year at L10, following up a 2nd-place performance at the Nastia Cup with another 2nd-place performance at nationals, improving her total by two tenths thanks to vault and floor.
3 Moorea Linker Oklahoma 2022 9.850
(2)
9.700
(9)
9.400
(16)
9.775
(3)
38.725
Nice to see a big floor result for the future Sooner as floor proved to be the event last season that strained the most to be competitive amidst the injuries.
4 Lilly Hudson Alabama 2022 9.600
(20)
9.650
(12)
9.525
(6)
9.750
(5)
38.525
An even all-around performance here that should provide multiple options for Alabama in a new class that isn’t quite as deep or NAME-filled as some of the teams Alabama will expect to score with.
5 Gabi Stephen Michigan State 2022 9.725
(7)
9.575
(18)
9.500
(9)
9.650
(9)
38.450
Queitly a very nice weekend for multiple Michigan State recruits, which should prvoke some excitment for next season’s potential.
6 Alexis Jeffrey UCLA 2022 9.700
(9)
9.650
(12)
9.375
(21)
9.700
(8)
38.425
The former GAGE athlete is heading to UCLA next season in a similar position to Sloane Blakely at Florida as “the one who doesn’t do elite anymore,” which I expect to be a vital status among the Jordan Chiles, Brooklyn Moors, Ana Padurariu, Emma Malabuyo, Emily Lee festival of athletes currently trying to make an intense elite push.
7 Ella Chemotti Eastern Michigan 2022 9.700
(9)
9.725
(7)
9.475
(11)
9.500
(26)
38.400
A get for Eastern Michigan, someone who has really come on in the last year and looks like she should be an easy AA contributor for them.
7 Hannah Loyim Iowa State 2022 9.675
(13)
9.750
(3)
9.525
(6)
9.450
(29)
38.400
9 Emma Loyim Boise State 2022 9.725
(7)
9.750
(3)
9.500
(9)
9.325
(38)
38.300
A double-Loyim moment here as they nearly came up with the same AA score, though Hannah got it with the floor number. The Loyim twins are not heading to the same school, with Hannah going to Iowa State and Emma bringing that bars talent to Boise State. Expect to see a lot of both of them.
10 Kaitlyn Grimes Ohio State 2022 9.625
(16)
9.725
(7)
9.350
(22)
9.550
(18)
38.250
Ohio State’s 2022 class fully nailed this competition with Grimes and Hlavach here in this session and Vetter placing well in the all-around in Senior E. Lots of complementary strengths here and what looks like a whole barrel of lineup routines.
12 Anna Leigh West Virginia 2022 9.150
(46)
9.750
(3)
9.425
(15)
9.750
(5)
38.075
Currently working under the possible theory that this is Anna Li’s fake identity.
13 Jenna Hlavach Ohio State 2022 9.750
(5)
9.500
(22)
9.050
(38)
9.750
(5)
38.050
14 Isabel Song Penn 2022 9.775
(4)
9.700
(9)
9.225
(32)
9.300
(40)
38.000
Nice to see Penn snatch one.
17 Sarah Hubbard Auburn 2022 9.800
(3)
9.025
(41)
9.475
(11)
9.650
(9)
37.950
17 Katherine Klugman Illinois
2022
9.325
(41)
9.500
(22)
9.550
(2)
9.575
(16)
37.950
20 Rylie Bright ??? 9.700
(9)
9.000
(44)
9.550
(2)
9.650
(9)
37.900
21 Deiah-Marie Moody ??? 9.400
(39)
9.775
(2)
9.350
(22)
9.275
(41)
37.800
25 Makenzie Sedlacek Arkansas 2022 8.900
(54)
9.700
(3)
9.275
(29)
9.775
(3)
37.700
35 Kathryn Weilbacher Bowling Green 2022 9.700
(9)
9.025
(41)
9.550
(2)
8.950
(49)
37.225

 

SENIOR E – Top 10 AA & Notables

Sunday, May 16 – 2:00pm ET

Rk Name NCAA VT UB BB FX Total
1 Skyla Schulte Michigan State 2022 9.725
(4)
9.650
(12)
9.725
(1)
9.850
(1)
38.950
Michigan State with a winner here, currently tied for the 2nd-best senior AA score across the sessions. Michigan State had some moments before the canceled season and should be stronger next year with this extra L10 all-arounder added to the mix. 
2 Makayla Green Illinois 2022 9.700
(6)
9.800
(2)
9.575
(2)
9.775
(3)
38.850
A very strong day from Green, nearly reaching the top 5 on all four events. Another who looks ripe for AA contribution in college right away. 
3 Jordan Bowers Oklahoma 2022 9.675
(13)
9.800
(2)
9.575
(2)
9.600
(13)
38.650
Bowers has returned to the L10 fray this season and has been racking up the titles and huge scores, to little surprise.
4 Tory Vetter Ohio State 2022 9.700
(6)
9.700
(7)
9.500
(7)
9.675
(9)
38.575
5 Alysen Fears Arizona 2022 9.550
(26)
9.825
(1)
9.500
(7)
9.675
(9)
38.550
A very encouraging session for Arizona here in Senior E, with Fears and Mueller both placing in the top 10 with a number of competitive scores, including a bars victory here from Fears which will be much welcomed to a lineup that was a little raw and ragged in 2021.
6 Lauren Rutherford NC State 2022 9.700
(6)
9.700
(7)
9.450
(12)
9.600
(13)
38.450
Another solid vault result for an NC State-er.
7 Emily Mueller Arizona 2022 9.700
(6)
9.675
(11)
9.475
(9)
9.575
(19)
38.425
8 Genevieve Sabado-Baez Air Force 2022 9.525
(29)
9.800
(2)
9.525
(5)
9.525
(25)
38.375
A very big deal for Air Force to get one of the top bars and beam workers in this L10 group.
8 Marissa Rojas ??? 9.625
(16)

 

9.700
(7)
9.475
(9)
9.575
(19)
38.375
10 Jaye Mack Illinois State
2022
9.600
(20)
9.700
(7)
9.300
(25)
9.725
(4)
38.325
With a couple high-placing athletes today, Illinois State is raking in the results we don’t typically see from programs in its tier in the senior sessions at L10 Nationals.
13 Alyssa Vulaj

Boise State
2022

9.625
(16)
9.450
(25)
9.525
(5)
9.600
(13)
38.200
Had to check to make sure there wasn’t a typo, that a Boise State recruit had her best result on beam instead of bars.
15 Kaytlyn Johnson LSU 2022 9.725
(4)
9.575
(15)
9.100
(39)
9.725
(4)
38.125
Johnson is entering in the class with Aleah Finnegan and Tori Tatum, and was an elite herself along with them four a quarter of a second in 2017 and 2018.
16 Mya Lauzon Cal 2022 9.825
(1)
8.975
(42)
9.550
(4)
9.725
(4)
38.075
Looks like a bars miss stopped Lauzon from what would otherwise have been a top-3 all-around finish here with strong results on the other three events. Cal isn’t exactly parched for more bars routines right now anyway.
17 Kalyxta Gamiao Arkansas 2022 9.575
(24)
9.450
(25)
9.200
(32)
9.825
(2)
38.050
Arkansas is getting another floor.
22 Jordy Paradise Alabama 2022 9.800
(2)
9.800
(2)
9.325
(21)
8.950
(54)
37.875
24 Rachel Wilke Iowa State 2022 9.650
(14)
9.550
(18)
8.875
(45)
9.725
(4)
37.800
29 Gracy Mowers New Hampshire 2022 9.750
(3)
9.075
(40)
8.850
(46)
9.725
(4)
37.400
Nice to see New Hampshire showing up and snatching a top vault and floor gymnast.

SENIOR D – Top 10 AA & Notables

Sunday, May 16 – 9:15am ET

Rk Name NCAA VT UB BB FX Total
1 Lali Dekanoidze North Carolina
2022
9.825
(3)
9.900
(1)
9.475
(3)
9.700
(12)
38.900
Dekanoidze has been one of the stars of this age group since the junior days and has long been committed to UNC, very much looking for an extra star to pair with Culton to pull themselves out of the almost-regionals doldrums. UNC also has Fink in this session, who joined Dekanoidze in the top 5 on vault. 
2 Jocelyn Moore Missouri
2022
9.950
(1)
9.700
(3)
9.350
(11)
9.750
(8)
38.750
A 9.950 at L10 Nationals on vault is no joke. A huge session here for Missouri’s class next year, which also includes Alonna Kratzer, whom we’ll see at Classic next weekend.
2 Leah Smith Washington
2022
9.725
(9)
9.725
(2)
9.400
(8)
9.900
(1)
38.750
Coming off her victory at the Nastia Cup this year, Smith was probably favored to win this session, but I guess we’ll allow a second place somehow. After Washington’s weak season in 2021, the accomplishment level of next year’s class won’t allow for the same kind of results to pass by without consequence in a non-COVID season.
4 Danielle Sievers Oklahoma 2022 9.750
(5)
9.525
(15)
9.500
(2)
9.850
(3)
38.625
Sievers is joining Oklahoma next season in the class with Jordan Bowers and Moorea Linker, and it will be interesting to compare Oklahoma’s progress to Florida’s in 2022 as Florida is getting THE NAMES and Oklahoma is getting some of the top L10s (and Bowers, though Bowers has been out of elite for a while). Sievers is the younger sister of Meaghan from Iowa State, so the Sieverses are sort of mapping out that KJ Life of Iowa State-to-Oklahoma. 
5 Amari Celestine Missouri
2022
9.725
(9)
9.650
(4)
9.300
(17)
9.800
(4)
38.475
Celestine joins Moore in that Missouri class, and expect a lot of lineup turnover next season because there are a bunch of very realistic events coming from a bunch of the freshies.
6 Addison Lawrence Missouri 2023 9.750
(5)
9.475
(18)
9.450
(4)
9.775
(5)
38.450
Another Missouri making a mark in this group, although Lawrence is slated to enter a year later than the other two who excelled here. Missouri is cleaning up the L10s. 
7 Momoko Iwai Denver 2022 9.600
(17)
9.575
(9)
9.350
(11)
9.775
(5)
38.300
A nice all-around addition for Denver next season, which we learned, even through an expanded roster in 2021, could also use some more people who can go on some more events.
8 Ariana Gilley Ball State
2022
9.650
(12)
9.550
(12)
9.325
(14)
9.725
(10)
38.250
9 Lindsay Bacheler Maryland 2022 9.750
(5)
9.625
(7)
9.275
(21)
9.575
(22)
38.225
10 Abigael Vides Michigan 2022 9.600
(17)
9.500
(17)
9.400
(8)
9.575
(22)
38.075
Vides spent a second as a senior elite in 2019, and is now the name among the national champion’s new class. I’m very interested to see how she fits in among lineups that don’t exactly need a ton of reworking for next season.
11 Madison Greene SEMO
2022
9.625
(15)
9.375
(23)
9.275
(21)
9.775
(5)
38.050
 
12 Jessica Johanson Penn State
2022
9.875
(2)
9.650
(4)
8.825
(43)
9.650
(15)
38.000
Penn State is quietly having a nice L10 Nationals, and after the lower vault scores in 2021 that tended to blunt the teams scoring potential even on good bars days, that 9.875 is looming…huge.
14 Claire Stippich Utah State 2023 9.600
(17)
9.650
(4)
8.725
(48)
9.675
(13)
37.650
15 Gabrielle Clark Utah State
2022
9.600
(17)
9.050
(35)
9.050
(31)
9.875
(2)
37.575
A couple nice gets for Utah State back-to-back here.
15 Gwen Fink North Carolina
2023
9.800
(4)
9.000
(37)
9.300
(17)
9.475
(29)
37.575
17 Karlie Chavez Oregon State
2022
9.750
(5)
9.125
(32)
8.925
(39)
9.750
(8)
37.550
26 Hannah Stallings Temple
2022
9.650
(12)
8.300
(46)
9.450
(4)
9.675
(13)
37.075
Stallings’ sister Sarah actually placed higher than her in 13th but didn’t have a top-5. Both are slated to join temple next season.
29 Mallory Marcheli Arizona State
2022
9.475
(27)
9.050
(35)
9.450
(4)
8.975
(45)
36.950
32 Liberty Mora ??? 9.275
(38)
9.125
(32)
9.550
(1)
8.825
(46)
36.775
35 Abbey Scanlon Cal 2022 9.350
(35)
8.150
(48)
9.400
(8)
9.625
(16)
36.525
Scanlon is among the recognizable names in this session, having competed as an elite since the early 60s and making a mark as a junior there all the way back to the previous quad. Looks like bars brought her down here.

SENIOR C – Top 10 AA & Notables

Saturday, May 15 – 6:45pm ET

Rk Name NCAA VT UB BB FX Total
1 Selena Harris UCLA 2023 9.825
(2)
9.875
(1)
9.650
(1)
9.600
(13)
38.950
UCLA’s next couple classes are almost entirely elites (and Selena Harris was herself an elite for a couple years at the beginning of the quad before going back to L10), so it will be important to have L10 stars like Harris as well who can Chae Campbell around as needed.
2 Ava Piedrahita Penn State
2023
9.650
(9)
9.725
(6)
9.625
(2)
9.725
(3)
38.725
Penn State will have higher aspirations than losing in the play-in as happened in the 2021 season, and Piedrahita is one of the very top recruits in this age group.
3 Trista Goodman Southern Utah
2023
9.650
(9)
9.775
(3)
9.450
(8)
9.650
(7)
38.525
We don’t really know how scholarship counts and returnings are going to play out in the next couple seasons with everyone getting a pass on 2021, but the general expectation is going to be a mass exodus of great gymnasts after the 2022 season, so the teams that have successful L10 AAers coming in for 2023 should have an edge.
4 Lana Navarro Washington 2022 9.850
(1)
9.650
(8)
9.625
(2)
9.325
(33)
38.450
The younger sister of Stanford’s Lauren Navarro, Lana Navarro is signed to join Washington’s team next season. All three of Washington’s signees for next year have had themselves quite a competition at L10 Nationals.
4 Miki Adrenito ??? 9.700
(6)
9.750
(4)
9.300
(16)
9.700
(4)
38.450
6 Miranda Smith West Virginia 2023 9.750
(3)
9.400
(19)
9.400
(11)
9.825
(1)
38.375
I was going to make a joke about Maranda Smith getting another season, but I feel like you all might be too young to even get it. Anyway, WVU getting a vault and floor star in this one.
7 Kylie Eaquinto BYU 2023 9.625
(13)
9.750
(4)
9.300
(16)
9.550
(16)
38.225
BYU. Bars.
7 Brooklyn Rowray Minnesota 2023 9.650
(9)
9.275
(27)
9.600
(4)
9.700
(4)
38.225
Minnesota pumping up that floor group. But also has a beam because Minnesota.
9 Gianna Masella Iowa 2023 9.650
(9)
9.625
(9)
9.150
(30)
9.625
(11)
38.050
10 Claire Dean ??? 9.525
(19)
9.800
(2)
9.600
(4)
9.025
(47)
37.950
 
10 Savannah Miller ??? 9.300
(34)
9.625
(9)
9.375
(13)
9.650
(7)
37.950
18 Jordan Schultz ??? 9.450
(28)
9.450
(17)
8.975
(39)
9.800
(2)
37.675
22 Nastia Rudnitskaya Illinois State
2023
9.725
(5)
9.325
(23)
8.725
(43)
9.600
(13)
37.375
34 Seria Johnson Minnesota 2023 9.750
(3)
9.300
(24)
7.850
(55)
9.600
(13)
36.500

SENIOR B – Top 10 AA & Notables

Saturday, May 15 – 2:00pm ET

Rk Name NCAA VT UB BB FX Total
1 Anna Roberts ??? 9.775
(2)
9.525
(9)
9.350
(14)
9.775
(2)
38.425
 
2 Laci Keck ??? 9.400
(29)
9.725
(3)
9.375
(12)
9.775
(2)
38.275
 
3 Jaime Pratt Arkansas 2023 9.450
(25)
9.700
(4)
9.225
(25)
9.750
(4)
38.125
There’s this weird thing where so many of the top JO gymnasts have verbaled to Arkansas. I wonder how that happened. There’s no way of knowing.
4 Nikki Smith Michigan State 2023 9.725
(4)
9.000
(36)
9.550
(4)
9.825
(1)
38.100
This is the session of sisters, though she’s one of the few who is indeed committed to the same school at her sister (Nyah) who is currently at Michigan State. Also the only one here with top-5 finishes on three events.
4 Naya Howard Georgia
2023
9.550
(11)
9.650
(5)
9.575
(2)
9.325
(38)
38.100
 
4 Jaly Jones ??? 9.525
(14)
9.500
(10)
9.475
(7)
9.600
(12)
38.100
7 Hannah Hagle Auburn 2023 9.550
(11)
9.625
(6)
9.225
(25)
9.575
(18)
37.975
Hagle competed as a junior elite for two years at the beginning of the quad, qualifying to nationals in 2017.
8 Brantley Lucas ??? 9.500
(19)
9.425
(15)
9.400
(9)
9.625
(11)
37.950
9 Sam Forman Kentucky 2023 9.500
(19)
9.375
(17)
9.300
(21)
9.675
(8)
37.850
Both of Kentucky’s recruits for the 2023 season have had good days, Bourque getting 2nd on floor in Senior A and Forman getting top-10 in senior B.
10 Meg Adler NC State
2023
9.750
(3)
9.150
(30)
9.400
(9)
9.525
(21)
37.825
A nice future result to see for an NC State team that will want to pump up the difficulty on vault as it moves forward.
11 Paige Thaxton ??? 9.000
(53)
9.750
(1)
9.500
(6)
9.550
(19)
37.800
13 Makenna Smith Utah 2023 9.700
(5)
9.425
(15)
8.850
(39)
9.700
(6)
37.675
Would have been among the top AA finishers here if not for beam.
13 Lily Clapper Michigan 2023 9.650
(7)
9.350
(24)
9.175
(30)
9.500
(26)
37.675
The sister of Leah Clapper, though Lily is set to go to Michigan. Like a little summary of the 2021 season within the Clapper family.
15 Taralyn Nguyen ??? 9.825
(1)
9.125
(32)
8.875
(38)
9.700
(6)
37.525
15 Ashley Carter ??? 9.575
(10)
9.600
(7)
9.575
(2)
8.775
(53)
37.525
18 Natalia Pawlak Pitt 2023 9.550
(11)
9.750
(1)
9.350
(14)
8.850
(50)
37.500
Again, with a Pitt team that really struggled to get a bars lineup out there in 2021, a bars victory here is a highly welcome sight.
22 Sarah Krump ??? 9.500
(19)
8.550
(45)
9.550
(4)
9.600
(12)
37.200
28 Umi Elmammann ??? 9.700
(5)
9.500
(10)
8.425
(53)
9.375
(34)
37.000
37 Deana Sheremeta George Washington 2023 9.250
(40)
7.850
(52)
9.625
(1)
9.725
(5)
36.450
The sister of Alisa, Deana Sheremeta is currently slated to bring this beam victory to George Washington. She also would have been pretty high up these standings if not for a bars moment.

SENIOR A – Top 10 AA & Notables

Saturday, May 15 – 9:15am ET

Rk Name NCAA VT UB BB FX Total
1 Sarah Moraw ??? 9.600
(10)
9.625
(6)
9.525
(1)
9.625
(9)
38.375
Compared to the last time we did this in 2019, it seems like a lot fewer of these younger seniors have announced verbal commitments anywhere yet. Is…is something working?
2 Kimberly Smith Arizona State 2023 9.625
(4)
9.600
(7)
9.525
(1)
9.500
(16)
38.250
Club teammate of Sarah Clark. The ASU ninja-L10 pipeline continues.
3 Casey Brown Washington
2023
9.625
(4)
9.650
(4)
9.475
(6)
9.350
(32)
38.100
The Washington restock? Washington should have a good 2022 class as well, featuring Leah Smith from WCC.
4 Abby Martin ??? 9.575
(14)
9.450
(16)
9.525
(1)
9.500
(16)
38.050
5 Gabriella Disidore ??? 9.575
(14)
9.700
(2)
9.125
(28)
9.625
(9)
38.025
6 Alea Byrne ??? 9.575
(14)
9.150
(34)
9.500
(4)
9.750
(1)
37.975
6 Nailah Adams ??? 9.725
(3)
9.675
(3)
8.875
(42)
9.700
(4)
37.975
Looks like a miss on beam here curtailed what would otherwise have been a cruise to victory in this age group—the only person with three top-5 finishes.
6 Caitlin Smith ??? 9.575
(14)
9.450
(16)
9.300
(19)
9.650
(5)
37.975
Not to be confused with the Caitlin Smith who is (?) currently on LSU’s team.
9 Cally Swaney Arkansas
2023
9.525
(18)
9.525
(9)
9.275
(21)
9.625
(9)
37.950
Swaney competed as an elite for a second, reaching junior Classic in 2018.
10 Lilly Tubbs ??? 9.525
(18)
9.500
(11)
9.425
(10)
9.450
(23)
37.900
11 Samantha Nickle ??? 9.625 (4) 9.350
(24)
9.225
(23)
9.650
(5)
37.850
12 Bridget Bourque Kentucky 2023 9.325
(33)
9.475
(14)
9.300
(19)
9.725
(2)
37.825
15 Jennifer McMillan Oregon State
2023
9.600
(10)
9.725
(1)
8.925
(38)
9.475
(20)
37.725
So…have we considered bringing that bars routine over, like…yesterday?
16 Olivia Zsarmani ??? 9.625
(4)
9.525
(9)
9.350
(14)
9.175
(44)
37.675
17 Elizabeth LaRusso Arizona
2023
9.625
(4)
9.500
(11)
9.025
(35)
9.500
(16)
37.650
19 Bryce Wilson LSU
2023
9.825
(1)
9.575
(8)
9.350
(14)
8.875
(51)
37.625
Another vault winner. Wilson has been among the top L10s in this age group since the early junior days and is scheduled to enter LSU in the class with Lilly Lippeatt and Annie Beard.
20 Payton Harris Ohio State
2023
9.625
(4)
8.925
(37)
9.325
(17)
9.725
(2)
37.600
24 Leah Parton ??? 9.050
(48)
9.225
(31)
9.200
(25)
9.600
(5)
37.125
30 Sage Kellerman Michigan State 2023 9.750
(2)
9.325
(25)
8.400
(53)
9.400
(28)
36.875
32 Emma Wehry West Virginia
2023
9.425
(28)
9.400
(21)
8.325
(54)
9.650
(5)
36.800
36 Bella Minervini ??? 9.275
(35)
9.650
(4)
8.850
(44)
8.775
(53)
36.550
38 Julia Brown ??? 8.975
(52)
8.600
(48)
9.500
(4)
9.425
(24)
36.500

JUNIOR F – Top 10 AA

Sunday, May 16 – 6:45pm ET

Rk Name Gym VT UB BB FX Total
1 Kylie Coen Empire 9.525 9.800 9.650 9.950 38.925
2 Elizabeth Gantner JPAC 9.575 9.800 9.675 9.750 38.800
3 Sophia Esposito New Image 9.800 9.475 9.650 9.625 38.550
4 Cilla Park Georgia Elite 9.450 9.750 9.625 9.550 38.375
5 Kiley Rorich South-
eastern
9.425 9.725 9.450 9.725 38.325
6 Jenna Olshefski Universal 9.750 9.100 9.375 9.875 38.100
7 Ava Jorgensen Gold Medal 9.525 9.550 9.375 9.575 38.025
8 Olivia Buckner Olympus 9.450 9.475 9.325 9.750 38.000
9 Victoria Smirnov Shooting Stars 9.400 9.725 9.375 9.425 37.925
9 Sydney Razeghi WCC 9.475 9.550 9.275 9.625 37.925

JUNIOR E – Top 10 AA

Sunday, May 16 – 2:00pm ET

Rk Name Gym VT UB BB FX Total
1 Madison Ulrich South-
eastern
9.625 9.775 9.700 9.600 38.700
2 Lily Smith Silvia’s 9.200 9.700 9.725 9.850 38.475
3 Morgan Price Texas Dreams 9.775 9.725 9.175 9.750 38.425
4 Kristin Lin Airborne 9.500 9.400 9.575 9.900 38.375
5 Madeline Hall World Class 9.525 9.500 9.625 9.650 38.300
6 Keira Wells JAG 9.825 9.225 9.475 9.700 38.225
7 Holly Snyder Docksiders 9.425 9.500 9.550 9.700 38.175
8 Kira Bolden Wallers 9.725 9.275 9.525 9.600 38.125
9 Sierra Kaplan The Klub 9.525 9.325 9.450 9.700 38.000
10 Devyn Valuch Dream Xtreme 9.375 9.375 9.425 9.775 37.950

JUNIOR D – Top 10 AA

Sunday, May 16 – 9:15am ET

Rk Name Gym VT UB BB FX Total
1 Hannah Scheible Flames Gymnastix 9.600 9.625 9.625 9.950 38.800
2 Kyen Mayhew Desert Devils 9.750 9.325 9.425 9.900 38.400
3 Julianne Huff JamJev 9.575 9.600 9.275 9.850 38.300
4 Delaynee Rodriguez GymCats 9.400 9.625 9.600 9.625 38.250
5 Camie Winger All-American 9.375 9.650 9.425 9.600 38.050
6 Kalea McElligott Infiniti 9.475 9.650 9.425 9.450 38.000
7 Olivia Ahern Believe 9.650 9.550 9.150 9.600 37.950
8 Cecily Rizo Texas Dreams 9.525 9.725 9.200 9.450 37.900
9 Zoe Johnson Bull City 9.425 9.600 9.500 9.325 37.850
10 Ava Harper Roswell 9.450 9.375 9.525 9.475 37.825

JUNIOR C – Top 10 AA

Saturday, May 15 – 6:45pm ET

Rk Name Gym VT UB BB FX Total
1 Avery Neff Olympus 9.700 9.825 9.575 9.900 39.000
2 Lily Bruce WCC 9.500 9.750 9.400 9.775 38.425
3 Lily Pederson Flips 9.525 9.775 9.550 9.450 38.300
4 Danielle Ferris Florida Elite 9.875 9.500 9.250 9.525 38.150
5 Lucie Kirchner JPAC 9.625 9.475 9.475 9.550 38.125
6 CJ Keuneke Ective 9.450 9.400 9.575 9.650 38.075
7 Jessica Janicke Twin City 9.425 9.350 9.575 9.700 38.050
8 Maylee Wendle AIM 9.425 9.400 9.300 9.775 37.900
9 Alexia Mouyenga Twin City 9.750 9.300 9.275 9.550 37.875
9 Olivia Orengo Twin City 9.450 9.425 9.300 9.700 37.875

JUNIOR B – Top 10 AA

Saturday, May 15 – 2:00pm ET

Rk Name Gym VT UB BB FX Total
1 Alana Walker North Stars 9.550 9.625 9.500 9.750 38.425
2 Nina Ballou American Twisters 9.525 9.650 9.425 9.750 38.350
3 Amelia Disidore GAGE 9.600 9.575 9.525 9.525 38.225
4 Sophia Kaloudis Apex 9.400 9.700 9.375 9.725 38.200
5 Kamila Pawlak Metroplex 9.500 9.575 9.400 9.700 38.175
6 Railey Jackson Gym Nasti 9.400 9.525 9.675 9.525 38.125
6 Sophia Bell Xtreme 9.550 9.525 9.475 9.575 38.125
8 Jazlynn Chism Midwest 9.525 9.700 9.500 9.325 38.050
9 Madelyn Dorbin Georgia Elite 9.250 9.625 9.350 9.775 38.000
9 Kendra Chang Airborne 9.400 9.525 9.450 9.625 38.000

JUNIOR A – Top 10 AA

Saturday, May 15 – 9:15am ET

Rk Name Gym VT UB BB FX Total
1 Emerson Fisk Golden City 9.475 9.500 9.425 9.725 38.125
2 Eveylynn Lowe GAGE 9.475 9.425 9.625 9.575 38.100
3 Simone Brown First in Flight 9.325 9.425 9.525 9.500 37.775
4 Jocelyn Sasson Ascend 9.100 9.650 9.400 9.600 37.750
5 Olivia Vandevander Team Attraction 9.350 9.600 9.300 9.475 37.725
5 Ava Jackson Olympus 9.300 9.350 9.475 9.600 37.725
7 CaMarah Williams EDGE 9.600 9.250 9.275 9.550 37.675
7 Annalisa Milton GAGE 9.400 9.475 9.525 9.275 37.675
9 Kieryn Finnell RGA 9.550 9.500 9.525 8.875 37.450
10 Imani White Brandy Johnson’s 9.150 9.325 9.250 9.675 37.400
10 Brynn Torry World Class 9.425 9.325 9.425 9.225 37.400

10 thoughts on “2021 L10 Nationals”

    1. The bigger shift is that they changed the recruiting rules a few years ago…the high school class of 2021 was the last one with a significant number of “fetus verbals” and they’re concentrated in Senior D/E/F.

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      1. Yes, definitely, but the blackout period affected it a lot too, for those gymnasts who may not have previously been in the upper echelon of L10.

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