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Mid-Coast Gymnastics shows its stuff at first Shore Classic

By Dan Cook | Jan 28, 2013
Photo by: Dan Cook Mid-Coast gymnast Sydney Green,10, gets major air during her routine on the balance beam. Mid-Coast Gymnastics took top honors in the Level 3 competition at the first Shore Classic Invitational.

The inaugural Shore Classic Invitational gymnastics meet was held at Delmarva Christian High School Jan. 26 and 27, when nine teams from the tri-state area balanced, tucked, kipped, twisted and stuck it for the two-day competition.

Each team competed for team and individual awards and bragging rights in the USAG Levels 3-10 and USAIGC Levels Copper-Premier categories.

The Mid-Coast Gymnastics squad of Selbyville took first-place honors in the USAG Level 2, 3 and 8 categories.

For more information go to www.midcoastgymnastics.com.

Sierra Eisemann, 11, of Mid-Coast Gymnastics flies off the vault during Saturday's competition. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Erin Haden, 14, of Mid-Coast Gymnastics flips off the vault. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Sydney Green springs up as she approaches the vault. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Corin McCauley,14, of Olympiad Gymnastics of Newport reaches for the high bar after a release during the uneven bars event. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Deven Kester, 11, performs on the balance beam for Mid-Coast Gymnastics. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Alyvia Ciurca, 12, of Mid-Coast Gymnastics swings into her dismount on the uneven bars. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Sambina Anthony,14, of Mid-Coast gets big air during her balance beam routine. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Abbie Baker,11, of Mid-Coast swings during her routine on the uneven bars. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Sierra Eisemann, 11, of Mid-Coast performs on the beam. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Emily Saylor,18, of Mid-Coast shows off her moves during the floor exercise. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Corin McCauley,14, of Olympiad Gymnastics performs her routine for the floor exercise. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Kate Lund,10, of the Stick It team works her elegant magic on the beam. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Sydney Green of Lewes flips during her floor exercise routine. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Sydney Green is pleased with her routine on the floor excercise. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Brooke Ward,14, of Mid-Coast Gymnastics flips off the vault. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cassidy Van Vonno, 11, of Mid-Coast flies off of the vault. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Sydney Green of Lewes spins off of the vault. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Deven Kester, 11, of Mid-Coast Gymnastics begins her routine on the uneven bars. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cassidy Von Vonno, 11, of Mid-Coast Gymnastics gets big air during her balance beam routine. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Sydney Green swings on the high bar during her uneven bars routine. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Sambina Anthony performs on the uneven bars while Mid-Coast coach Kim Wickham looks on. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Brooke Ward performs on the uneven bars while Mid-Coast coach Kim Wickham looks on. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cassidy Van Vonno makes it look easy on the beam. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Cassidy Von Vonno performs her dismount off the beam. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Sierra Eisemann, 11, of Mid-Coast shows her strength on the balance beam. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
Alyvia Ciurca, 12, shows her flexibility on the balance beam. (Photo by: Dan Cook)
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