2023-2024 Game Summaries
The North Allegheny gymnastics team took part in the WPIAL Team Championships on Friday night at Moon High School and came away with a fourth-place finish. The Tigers totaled a team score of 143.051. Pine-Richland earned the WPIAL crown with a team score of 148.608.
Freshman Adriana Seese gave an inspiring performance and led the team on the vault (9.575) and bars (9.1). Senior Gabi Stegeman tallied a team-best score of 8.675 on the beam, whole sophomore Sarah Patterson delivered a team-high 9.367 in the floor event. For a look at all scoring from the WPIAL Team Championships, click here.
The WPIAL individual championships were held on Saturday and NA’s top performer in the Advanced Division was Seese with an All-Around score of 36.675 to finish in sixth place. Seese placed fourth in vault (9.450), eighth on the bars (9.075), sixth on the beam (9.075) and ninth in the floor (9.075) event.
Freshman Hannah Seidl placed 10th with an All-Around score of 35.900 and won WPIAL bronze with a dazzling 9.525 in the vault event. Freshman Caroline DeRenzo took 11th place with an All-Around of 35.700 in the Advanced Division.
In the Intermediate II Division, junior Sierra Dickert took home WPIAL gold in the vault event with a score of 9.050. For a look at all of the scoring from the WPIAL individual championships, click here.
Congratulations to the entire North Allegheny gymnastics team for another terrific season in 2023-2024.
The North Allegheny gymnastics team visited Hopewell for a tri-meet with the Vikings and Burell Bucs and took first place with a team score of 136.8. The victory in the regular season finale gives the Tigers some momentum heading into the WPIAL championships on Friday, Feb. 9.
Helping lead NA to the win over the Vikings and Bucs was junior Sierra Dickert, who posted a team-best score of 9.1 in the vault event. Freshman Hannah Seidl paced the team on the bars with a score of 8.85. On the beam, senior Gabi Stegeman talled a team-high 8.8, while sophomore Sarah Patterson totaled a team-best 9.35 in the floor event. For a look at all scoring, click here.
Following Thursday night’s sweep, North Allegheny will vie for a WPIAL championship on Feb. 9 at Moon High School. The WPIAL individual championships will be held the next day at Moon.
The North Allegheny gymnastics team had a successful weekend on Friday and Saturday. On Friday, the Tigers took second-place in a tri-meet with Baldwin and Thomas Jefferson. The Tigers posted a team score of 135.65. The Fighting Highanders grabbed first place with a score of 135.65 and Thomas Jefferson finished in third with a score of 122.25.
On Saturday, the Tigers cruised to victory against North Hills. NA totaled a score of 141, while the Indians received a score of 119.15.
Leading the way in the tri-meet for NA was freshman Adriana Seese, who posted team highs in the vault (9.39), bars (9.0), beam (8.7) and floor (9.0) events. Junior Sierra Dickert was also impressive, tallying a 9.2 in the vault and an 8.2 on the beam. For a look at all scores from the tri-meet, click here. The NA2 team also competed and finished with a score of 115.15.
Against the Indians on Saturday, freshman Hannah Seidl paced the team in vault (9.4) and floor (9.2) events. Seese was the team leader on the bars with a 9.0, while Seese and freshman Caroline DeRenzo tied for the top score on the beam by each scoring an 8.6. For a look at all scores, click here. The NA2 team posted a collective score of 109.6.
The meet against North Hills also marked Senior Day at Jewarts Gymnastics as seniors Masha Dudina, Emma Flanders, Kendall Hanes, Devyn Horner, Rylee Johnson, Jena Karlovits, Sarah Killen, Elizabeth Regan, Gabrielle Stegeman and Victoria Williams were all recognized.
North Allegheny will round out the regular season schedule on Thursday night at Hopewell.
The North Allegheny gymnastics team took part in a tri-meet on Friday night with Fox Chapel and Pine-Richland at Roots gym. The Tigers came in a second place with a team score of 137.6, narrowly shy of first-place Pine-Richland’s score of 143.5. Fox Chapel came in third place with a team score of 99.2. The Tigers also split off into a second competitive team that tallied a score of 98.11.
Freshman Hannah Seidl delivered a strong performance of North Allegheny, leading the team in the Bars (8.65) and Floor (8.95) floor events. Senior Gabi Stegeman tallied a team-high score of 8.75 on the beam. Freshman Adriana Seese totaled a team-best 9.35 in the vault event. For a look at all scoring, click here.
North Allegheny returns to action on Friday, Jan. 26 for a tri-meet against Thomas Jefferson and Baldwin.
The North Allegheny gymnastics team took part an exhibition to open the 2023-2024 season with North Hills on Thursday night. The Tigers split up into two squads with NA1 posting a score of 141.65 and NA2 achieving a total of 116.55. North Hills checked in with a team score of 116.8.
Among the top performers, Adriana Seese was the top scorer for NA 1 on the vault (9.4), bars (9.25), and floor (9.25) events. Caroline DeRenzo was also impressive in the vault with a score of 9.3 in the vault. Hannah Seidl led all scorers on the beam with a score of 8.9. For a look at all scoring, click here.
North Allegheny will face off against Fox Chapel and Pine-Richland on Jan. 12.