Highlights: Valentin is a three-time All-Shore first-team member that has excelled since she arrived on the high school scene. This year, Valentin was second in the all-around (37.975) at the state meet and tied for ninth on vault (9.5), was second on bars (9.625), was sixth on beam (9.3), and was second on floor (9.55). At the NJSIAA Central 1 sectional, Valentin was second in the all-around (37.5) and finished tied for second on vault (9.45), was the champion on bars (9.625), was second on beam (9.35) and tied for sixth on floor (9.075). At the Shore Conference meet, Valentin won the all-around (38.175) and she won bars (9.6), finished fourth on vault (9.575), finished third on beam (9.55) and tied for second on floor (9.45).
Highlights: Crisalli has made the All-Shore first team the last two years and helped Freehold win another Shore Conference title and another NJSIAA Central 1 sectional title. Crisalli shined at the state meet with her 37.150 performance in the all-around for fifth place. She also finished in the top 10 in three of the four events she competed in at the state meet with her third place on floor (9.525), her tie for sixth place on bars (9.375) and her ninth place on beam (9.2). At sectionals, she was third in the all-around (37.2) and was in the top 10 in all four events and at the Shore Conference meet she tied for third in the all-around (37.525) and finished in the top 10 in all four events, winning the floor with a 9.625. Crisalli has been a part of a team that has won three divisional titles, three shore conference championships, three state sectional championships and one overall NJ state championship.
Highlights: King has made the All-Shore first team the last three years and was a solid performer all year for the Colonials while helping them win another Shore Conference title and NJSIAA Central 1 sectional title. She was third in the all-around (37.8) at the state meet and finished in the top 10 in three (vault, bars, beam) of the four events she competed in. At the NJSIAA Central 1 sectional meet, King was the all-around champion (37.525) and won the beam (9.525) and floor (9.525) while she finished second on vault (9.45) and fifth on bars (9.025). At the Shore Conference meet, King was second in the all-around (37.65) and finished in the top 10 in all four events. For her career, King was the individual state champion on floor her sophomore year.
Highlights: Fobes is a captain and only competed in one event at the state meet but she made the best of her performance as she won the vault with a 9.750. At the NJSIAA Central 1 sectional meet, Fobes tied for eighth in the all-around (35.1) and was in the top 10 in two (vault, tied for fifth 9.3, bars, seventh 8.825.) of the four events she competed in that day. At the Shore Conference meet, Fobes was 10th in the all-around (35.875) and she was the vault champion (9.65) while coming in fifth on beam (9.475). For her career, Fobes qualified for the postseason meets for four years and when she was a freshman, she qualified for the state finals on bars. This year as a senior, she was the Shore Conference vault champion.
School: Red Bank Catholic
Highlights: Mills was 21st in the all-around (35.475) at the state meet. At the NJSIAA Central 1 sectional meet, Mills was fifth in the all-around (35.55) and was sixth in the bars (8.85) and beam (9.05). At the Shore Conference meet, Mills was 17th in the all-around (35.125) and was fourth on bars (9.275).
Highlights: Sokolowski started off this season with a broken finger but quickly bounced back and made it all the way to the State Championships. She was one of four Shore Conference gymnasts that finished in the top 10 in the all-around (eighth, 36.925) at the state meet. She was fourth on vault (9.65) and beam (9.45) and fifth on floor (9.45). At the NJSIAA South sectional meet, Sokolowski was eighth in the all-around (36.125), finished second in the vault (9.675) and eighth on floor (9.225). At the Shore Conference meet, she was sixth in the all-around (36.475) and fifth on bars (9.2), tied for seventh on beam (9.35). This was Sokolowski’s best NJSIAA season thus far as some of her greatest accomplishments from this season include high scores of 9.4 on bars, 9.45 on beam and a 9.6 on floor.