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Crasa, a Ward Melville junior who secured a full scholarship to George Washington University this week, dominated in the Suffolk individual championships at Smithtown East, earning an all-around score of 38.275. The victory means she'll headline the state team in February for the second year in a row and the third time in her career. She also led her Patriots to a county title earlier this week.
Harborfields gymnastics coach Carrie Miller is watching her girls practice on the uneven bars before their win over North Babylon, gently chiding them to focus their eyes on where they're going rather than where they may fall.
Chin, a Kellenberg sophomore, earned a 9.1 on her floor routine en route to a 34.550 all around, good for the top spot in the CHSAA individual state championship at Kellenberg High School Saturday.
The Port Jefferson gymnastics team is only six girls strong. They're all seniors, and most have been competing for coach Alycia Sullivan since middle school. Tight-knit? Absolutely. And this season, it's making a big difference.