A Big Start

December 16, 2013 by ·  

Freshman Caroline Chec is impressing teammates, coaches and judges coming into the new gymnastics season.


Freshman gymnast Caroline Chec flies high during gymnastic practice. photo by Jay Wilson

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Third Time’s A Charm

September 28, 2012 by ·  

TJ Gymnastics falls to Ponderosa and East but defeats Kennedy.

Gymnastics ready for the win. Artwork by Michael Tackett-Platt

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Olympic Influence

November 20, 2011 by ·  

Olympic athlete, and TJ Gymnastics Coach Annamari Maaranen-Hincks is helping Spartan Gymnasts with their high-vaulting hopes and dreams.

photo by Kiera Classen

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TJ Gymnasts Crown the Angels and Command the Commanders

October 1, 2010 by ·  

September 14, Thomas Jefferson Gymnasts team had a match against East, losing 125 – 75, but was able to heal their wounds with a win of 102-93 against Kennedy.

Photo by Suprina Williams

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Gymnasts Hope To Score Big

September 7, 2010 by ·  

The TJ gymnasts are very optimistic about the season to come.

Photo by Suprina Williams

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Girls Gymnastics Takes a Loss

October 18, 2009 by ·  

TJ loses 107-138 to South High School.

Photo by Rebecca Holt

Photo by Rebecca Holt

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TJ Gymnastics Takes It To the Angels

September 28, 2009 by ·  

The girls defeated the East Angels 110.5 to 90.05 Thursday Night.

photo by Rebecca Holt

photo by Rebecca Holt

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Gymnastics Jumps Into their Season

September 14, 2009 by ·  

The girls took on the Bruins in a gymnastics show down, but came up just short.

Gymnastics squad prepares for their first meet.  photo by Rebecca Holt

Gymnastics squad prepares for their first meet. photo by Rebecca Holt

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TJ Gymnastics Springs Into Action

October 1, 2008 by ·  

The Lady Spartans look good through their first few meets.
by Matt Kleberger
photo by Kevin Fleming20080917121813_gym_small1.jpg     
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Gymnastics Starts out Season Looking Good

September 7, 2007 by ·  

TJ girls’ gymnastics exceed expectations in first meet.

By Marc Houghton

    The TJ girls’ gymnastics team traveled to Ponderosa Thursday night to take on the second ranked Mustangs in their first meet of the season.  Ponderosa took the win, but the Spartans exceeded all of newly named head coach Timothy Hardy’s expectations for their first meet.  Hardy set a goal for the team to score 60 points, and they ended up with over 73.  The girls faced a big challenge, going against a talented Ponderosa team without any meet experience under their belt, but they stepped up to the challenge and did better than they could have hoped.
    Good performances from the TJ gymnasts included first year team member, sophomore Alex Palmer doing a great floor routine and fellow sophomore Jenelle Archuleta finishing the meet with a solid set on the uneven bars.  With a new coach, the team didn’t know how they would fare with their first taste of competition, but this opening meet was a good sign of things to come for the rest of the season and the Spartan gymnastics girls hope to keep the good performances going. 

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