Spoto 3rd on beam at meet
December 14, 2012
After qualifying during the fall season, the Gold Country girls gymnastics team headed back to Oroville for the 2012 Level 4 NorCal State Meet.
Casey Spoto was impressive on the beam, scoring a 9.05 and earning a tie for third place. On the floor, Spoto scored a 9.325 and finished with an overall 35.775.
Amira Afshartabar scored a 9.050 on the floor and an 8.9 on the vault and finished with an all-around score of 35.150.
Samantha Gobert tallied a 9.1 on the floor to go with a 9.025 on the vault, finishing with an all around 34.175.
Hailey Spoto notched a score of 8.925 on the beam and an 8.75 on the floor and closed with an all-around 34.175.
Alissa Vandra scored a 9.225 on the floor and an 8.875 on the vault and finished with an all-around 34.125.
Katelyn Carter vaulted to an 8.675, scored an 8.25 on the beam and wrapped up with an all-around 33.225.
Megan Kiser scored an 8.575 on the floor and an 8.350 on the vault and finished with an all-around 32.075.
To qualify for the NorCal Meet, gymnasts must have scored at least 34.5 all around during the fall meet in Oroville.
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