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Mount Si Gymnastics Academy gym team qualifies for state

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Above, Mount Si Gymnastics' Level 5 qualifiers Jillian Bludworth (left) and Calla Norton (right). Below, the entire team.
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Mount Si Gymnastics and Dance proudly announced that 15 team members qualified for the Washington State Championship at the Central Sectionals Qualifying meet, held April 6 and 7 at Newport High School.

That event gave gymnasts the opportunity to earn a 33 all-around or better to earn their way into the State gymnastics championships April 19 to 21 for Level 4 in Auburn and April 26 to 27 for Level 5/6 in Spokane. The academy qualified 15 girls into the state championships.

In the Level 4 competition the state qualifiers are: Cally Robinson 36.550, Madison Zweifelhofer 36.350, Clara Schlotfeldt 35.7, Maya Craft 34.9, Gia Arellano 34.8, Jessi Anderson 34.150, Hannah Warren 33.650, Chaira Saretto 33.550, Rachel Sands 33.7 and Merritt Glennon 33.1. Schlotfeldt and Robinson both placed fifth in all-around in their respective age groups. In the Level 5 competition the state qualifiers are: Jillian Bludworth 35.3 and Calla Norton 34.5. Bludworth placed seventh in all-around in her age group. In the Level 6 competition the state qualifiers are: Gabbi Hartmann 36.4, Megan Caro 35.525 and Tylor Zweifelhofer 35.125. Hartmann placed sixth all around and Caro seventh all around in their respective age groups. The team, comprised of girls from age 6 to 13, are all Snoqualmie Valley locals.

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