STATE GYMNASTICS: (Updated) Trio of area gymnasts compete at state

Kevin Hanson/Enumclaw Courier-Herald
Scarlett Sullivan of Port Angeles competes in the bars at the state gymnastics meet at Sammamish High School.
Scarlett Sullivan of Port Angeles competes in the bars at the state gymnastics meet at Sammamish High School. (Kevin Hanson/Enumclaw Courier-Herald)

Kevin Hanson/Enumclaw Courier-Herald Scarlett Sullivan of Port Angeles competes in the bars at the state gymnastics meet at Sammamish High School. Scarlett Sullivan of Port Angeles competes in the bars at the state gymnastics meet at Sammamish High School. (Kevin Hanson/Enumclaw Courier-Herald)

BELLEVUE — The Sequim and Port Angeles gymnastics teams got three gymnasts in the top 83 all-around at the 1A/2A/3A state championships held late last week at Sammamish High School.

There were a total of 145 gymnasts at the two-day meet.

Sequim’s Lucy Spelker had the best all-around finish at 69th with a score of 24.575. Port Angeles Scarlett Sullivan was 77th with a 22.875 and Sequim’s Susannah Sharp was 83rd with a 17.925.

Lake Washington won the team state championship while Seema Borgmann of Sammamish was the individual state champion at 38.275.

Sharp had the best individual finish among a specific event — 17th in the vault with a 9.0. Sullivan was 56th in the vault (8.425) and Spelker was 71st (8.25).

Sharp also had a solid finish in the floor exercise, coming in 44th with an 8.925. Spelker was 82nd on the floor event with an 8.125.

On the beam, Spelker was 56th (8.2), while Sullivan was 71st (7.55). Sullivan was also 71st on the bars with a 6.9.

From left, Port Angeles and Sequim gymnasts Scarlett Sullivan, Susannah Sharp and Lucy Spelker all competed at the state 1A/2A/3A/ championships at Sammamish High School late last week.

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