After Taking First at Heritage, Woodgrove Gymnasts Close Season at Home

Woodgrove High School’s Varsity Gymnastics team will host a five-team meet on Tuesday, Jan. 24, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The Wolverines will face teams from Park View, Rock Ridge, Riverside and Loudoun Valley high schools.

Seniors Kaycee Delitta and Sarah Snare, co-captains for the team, will be honored during the meet. The home meet was originally scheduled for Jan. 5 but was postponed because of icy conditions.

At Heritage High School in Leesburg on Wednesday, the Wolverines took first place at a conference meet against Heritage, John Champe, Loudoun County, and Riverside high schools. Five Woodgrove gymnasts placed in individual competition: Erin Keane (third on beam); Dani Kimbrough (tied for sixth on vault); Jodi Snare (sixth on bars, fifth on vault, sixth all-around); Sarah Snare (tied for sixth on vault, tied for fifth on floor, fifth on bars, fourth on beam and fifth all-around); and River Stone (fourth on bars, third on vault, second on beam, tied for second on floor, and third all-around).

On Saturday, Woodgrove was one of 14 teams competing at the Aloha Invitational at Patriot High School in Nokesville. The Wolverine team took fourth place in the Navy Division. In the individual competition, River Stone placed fourth on bars and floor, third on vault, and third all-around. Jodi Snare placed fifth on vault.

The home meet on Jan. 24 will wrap up the Wolverines’ regular season competition schedule. The team will then compete in the conference championships at Freedom High School on Monday, Jan. 30.

Senior Sarah Snare prepares to compete bars at Heritage High School
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Sophomore River Stone competes floor at Patriot High School’s Aloha Invitational
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