The Classic Gymnastics Xcel silver team won first place at the Gymnastics in the Wine Country meet Saturday and Sunday in Rohnert Park.
Leading the team to a winning score of 110.950, which beat five other teams, was Arabella Gutierrez. Her first-place all-around score (35.3) in the younger group included gold-medal performances on uneven bars (9.375), balance beam (9.425) and floor exercise (9.2). Keelin O’Leary placed second all-around (36.975) in the middle age group, and Elianna Murray, third all-around (36.8), took the gold medal on bars (9.625).
Classic’s bronze team also won its division with a score of 111.525, beating three other teams. Sarah Dorn swept the younger age group with gold medals for all-around (37.2), vault (9), bars (9.7), beam (9.3) and floor (9.2). Kayla Coubrough was second all-around (36.85) in the middle age group with gold medals in vault (9.2) and bars (9.575). Amber Musskopf won the older age group with gold medals for all-around (37.175), bars (9.65) and beam (9.25).
Classic’s gold team placed second of five teams in its division (107.125). Sarah Sailors won the all-around gold medal (36.55), with first-place marks in vault (9.175), bars (9.4) and floor (9.075). Shelby Hurd was second all-around (35.625), and Luisa Santiago-Vazquez was fourth all-around (34.875) with a gold medal on beam.
WSC U11 Fury wins state cup final
West Coast Soccer’s under-11 Fury claimed the Nor Cal State Cup championship Sunday in Turlock with a 3-1 victory over Pleasanton Rage. Tracy girls playing for the Livermore-based team included Kourtney Kessler, who scored one of Fury’s goals, and defenders Jamie Conklin, Alyssa Garcia and Trinity Sandridge.
Fury reached the title match with a penalty kick shootout win against Livermore Fusion after the teams played to a 0-0 tie. Jennifer Baron of Tracy made the winning shot in the penalty kick round to advance her team.
U11 Xplosion tops in Cabernet Winter League
The Tracy Futbol Club under-11 girls Xplosion won the Winter League title this week at Cabernet Indoor Sports in Livermore after the girls went 6-1-1 for the season.
Wins included a 4-3 victory against Pleasanton Rage Premier in the championship game Tuesday, when Montana Grant and Allison Rickman scored goals for Xplosion.
Xplosion also won a penalty kick shootout against West Coast Soccer on Monday. The teams were tied 4-4 at the end of regulation and overtime play, with goals scored by Grant, Danya Gonzales, Allyson Thompson and Kayla Vieira. Gonzales scored the winning shot in the penalty kick shootout.
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