Varsity Gymnastics · Blue Devils Gymnastics Finishes as State Runner-Up


  Place Points
Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School 1st 148.35
Brunswick High School 2nd 144.375
Sheridan High School 3rd 143.425
North Royalton High School 4th 142.625
Hudson High School 5th 141.85
Berea-Midpark High School 6th 140.075
Olentangy Berlin 7th 140
Dublin Jerome High School 8th 13.55
Medina High School 9th 138.125
Miamisburg High School 10th 136.475
Turpin High School 11th 134.15
Perrysburg High School 12th 133.875

The Brunswick Blue Devils Gymnastics Team has been on a record setting pace all season having broke the school team score record on three occasions throughout the 2019-2020 season. Having captured the sectional championship and a district runner-up in consecutive weekends, the Blue Devils made their 6th trip (1996, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2016, and now 2020) to the state team competition. The Devils did not disappoint breaking the school record for a fourth time finishing with a team score of 144.375 narrowly edging out 2019 State Runner-Up Thornville Sheridan (143.425) and only finishing behind Brecksville-Broadview Hts. (148.350) who captured their 17th consecutive State Championship. The Blue Devils previous high place at the state meet was the 2016 team who finished 4th.

Competing for the Blue Devils.

Balance Beam:
Jr. KaraBeth Nemet
Jr. Lexie Barton
Jr. Emma Gray
Fr. Lili Kotar
Fr. Ameilia Timko
Jr. Jordyn Thomas

Floor Exercise:
Jr. KaraBeth Nemet
So. Lana Dakdouk
So. Alexis Clark
So. Sophia Tomecko
Fr. Lili Kotar
Jr. Jordyn Thomas

Vault:
Jr. KaraBeth Nemet
Jr. Emma Gray
So. Sophia Tomecko
Fr. Lili Kotar
So. Lana Dakdouk
Jr. Jordyn Thomas

Uneven Bars:
Jr. Lexie Barton
So. Sophia Tomecko
Fr. Alaina Timko
So. Alexis Clark
Fr. Lili Kotar
Jr. Jordyn Thomas

Thomas (37.75) and Kotar (35.35) competed in all events, but the depth the Blue Devils showed having 9 competitors, 7 scoring on the evening played a major factor in the teams 2nd place finish.

Thomas already having bested every individual school record at some point during the 19/20 season broke her own record on the bars with a 9.55. As the defending floor exercise state champion, she will be competing tomorrow in the individual state meet in all four events and the all around.

The state runner-up finish is the school’s 3rd runner-up finish (1980 Wrestling & 1995 Football).

Go Big Blue!