Katherine Levasseur – Vault – Oklahoma
Allie Stern – Vault – Oklahoma
Alyssa Baumann – Floor – Florida
Lynnzee Brown – Floor – Denver
Natalie Wojcik – Bars – Michigan
Natalie Wojcik – Beam – Michigan
Gabby Wilson – Floor – Michigan
Trinity Thomas – Vault – Florida
Sloane Blakely – Beam – Florida
Leah Clapper – Beam – Florida
Megan Skaggs – Floor – Florida
Nya Reed – Floor – Florida
Drew Watson – Vault – Auburn
Alyona Shchennikova – Bars – LSU
Audrey Davis – Bars – Oklahoma
Carly Woodard – Beam – Oklahoma (10.000/9.900 split)
Mati Waligora – Beam – Alabama (10.000/9.850 split)
7 thoughts on “Top Scores of Week 1”
Some really great routines in the first week of the season!
I wouldn’t have minded a 10 for Lynzee, I wonder what the one judge took? Split position maybe?
Alyssa’s routine is also really lovely and I like the more dramatic choice in music, but I can’t get over the stone-cold look on her face during all her floor routines. A little engagement (and I don’t mean smiling!) would add so much to her great execution!
I completely agree. I have always enjoyed Alyssa, but that routine is all posing and no expression. Plus, a 2 pass routine with a double pike doesn’t warrant a 10.
Actually, according to the rules, a two-pass routine with a double pike CAN start from a 10. And there are no up to level deductions that can be taken. Blame the code writers, not the judges.
@Janna Lynn My point is NOT the start value. We all know it starts from a 10. It doesn’t warrant that score whatsoever, which one judge gave her. No choreography or expression at all.
Alyssa wandered around slowly with flat feet and tumbled a double pike. Her score is crazypants.
Rylie Mundell (Denver) got a 9.925 on Vault as well. 😊
I now realize that it wasn’t mentioned because one of the scores wasn’t a 10… But still…. 😂
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