Qualifiers: 2017 J.O. National Team

The top four all-around finishers in each age group at the 2017 Junior Olympic National Championships in Indianapolis this past weekend have qualified for the J.O. national team. These 50 outstanding gymnasts will have the opportunity to attend a national training camp at the Karolyi Ranch later this year.

Full results from J.O. Nationals

2017 J.O. National Team

NameGymAge GroupAA Score
Leanne WongGAGEJunior A37.95
Zoe GravierMG EliteJunior A37.90
Selena HarrisGymcatsJunior A37.85
Jacquelyn MoranSan MateoJunior A37.825
Aleah FinneganGAGEJunior B38.30
Lali DekanoidzeSoutheasternJunior B38.25
Kaytlyn JohnsonDentonJunior B38.125
Gabbie GallentineEverestJunior B38.125
Quinn SmithAZ SunraysJunior C38.00
Corinne BunaganENA ParamusJunior C37.875
Grace McCallumTwin City TwistersJunior C37.85
Haley TysonPhenom GymJunior C37.775
Haleigh BryantEverestJunior D38.55
Carly BaumanChow'sJunior D38.45
Sydney GonzalesWildfireJunior D38.075
Julianne FehringLa Fleur's TampaJunior D37.95
Jillian HoffmanSCEGAJunior E38.50
Luisa BlancoWOGAJunior E38.425
Sierra BrooksAspireJunior E38.375
Amoree LockhartEmpireJunior E38.35
Matilyn WaligoraOlympiaJunior F38.575
Gabryel WilsonOlympiaJunior F38.50
Bailey FerrerBrandy Johnson'sJunior F38.375
Raena WorleyVA TechniquesJunior F38.25
Kai RiversTwistarsSenior A38.525
Chloe WidnerTexas DreamsSenior A38.425
Payton RichardsAerial Gym ClubSenior A38.425
Adela StonecipherFlips TXSenior A38.175
Makarri DogetteBuckeyeSenior B38.75
Rachel BaumannWOGASenior B38.525
Cristal IsaGymcatsSenior B38.475
Samantha DavisNorth StarsSenior B38.45
Maya BordasCapital TXSenoir C38.425
Milan ClausiOlympusSenoir C38.425
Sarah HargroveCincinatti GymSenoir C38.275
Derrian GobourneLakewood RanchSenoir C38.225
Abby BrennerMetroplexSenior D38.75
Lauren NavarroGlidersSenior D38.60
Madison DagenSan MateoSenior D38.45
Madison MarianiArizona DynamicsSenior D38.35
Rachael LukacsNorth StarsSenior D38.35
Rachael Flam Stars Gym TXSenior E38.625
Evy SchoepferTriadSenior E38.60
Kaitlyn YanishArizona DynamicsSenior E38.60
Alonza KlopferNorth StarsSenior E38.375
Nia DennisLegacy EliteSenior F38.8
Lynnzee BrownGAGESenior F38.7
Kyana GeorgeMetroplexSenior F38.65
Lexi GraberCoast EliteSenior F38.625



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