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Gymnastics

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  • Highland Park gymnasts have room to grow next season

    Highland Park gymnasts have room to grow next season
    Girls gymnastics seasons, even for the best teams, are filled with highs and lows. Highland Park ended its 2014-15 campaign on a high. "We finished strong. Overall the team surged at the end of the season," Giants coach Jose Salazar said. Two Highland...
  • Lake Forest gymnastics set up for future seasons

    The past, present and future of Lake Forest girls gymnastics all converged at the Mundelein Sectional on Feb. 9. One Scout — freshman Jessica Pasquesi — competed at the event. Pasquesi performed in the balance beam and the all-around....
  • Young Lyons fights through nerves at sectional

    HINSDALE Lyons came away with the title at the Hinsdale Central Sectional on Wednesday, but it was hard to tell from looking at the faces of their gymnasts and coaches. The Lions, winners of the last two state titles, didn't meet their lofty...
  • Gymnast Lexi Mills notches Level 10 all-around title at Atlanta Crown Invitational | Community news

    Lexi Mills, an eighth-grader at Berkeley Middle School in Williamsburg, is making the transition from a Level 9 gymnast to Level 10 just fine. The World Class Gymnastics standout, fourth in the all-around in her Level 9 age group at the 2014 Eastern...
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  • Alex production taps into dancers' old-movie legacy

    Alex production taps into dancers' old-movie legacy
    With all due respect to Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers or Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron, the silver screen’s most electrifying dance duo was the Nicholas Brothers. While Astaire and Kelly glided with their respective dance partners in classic movie...
  • UConn Men's Hockey Game Against Merrimack Moved To Feb. 10

    UConn Hockey Postponed The UConn hockey team's game against No. 14 Merrimack scheduled for Tuesday night at the XL Center has been postponed to Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. The schedule lines up in a similar way that week for UConn (7-12-5, 4-6-2 Hockey East)....
  • Volunteers Needed

    COMMUNITY BIKE WORKS, Allentown, needs "Earn-a-Bike" instructors for children, ages 9-17. Volunteers will mentor and assist children in repairing bicycles. Commitment is 6-8 p.m. one weeknight for 12 weeks. No experience necessary. Training provided. Call...
  • Columbia Ravens 10-12 team finishes second at state championships

    Email rec sports copy to howardcountysports@patuxent.com by 9 a.m. on Monday. Football The Centennial 10-12 Columbia Ravens completed the 2014 season with a 12-2 record and final ranking of No. 2 in the state. The team played the undefeated Randallstown...
  • Gym meet is learning experience for Grayslake teen

    Gym meet is learning experience for Grayslake teen
    Every gymnast makes mistakes. It’s the ability to learn from those mistakes rather than repeating them that separates the elite-level gymnasts from the very good ones. Grayslake Central High junior Cinni Lamberti made a mistake and it cost her big-...
  • New Dreamplex facility in Clermont to serve people with disabilities

    New Dreamplex facility in Clermont to serve people with disabilities
    CLERMONT — A mother and son's vision to create a sports and recreational facility for people with disabilities and their families is about to come to fruition, five years after the duo first came up with the idea. The 5,400-square-foot Central...