Scarsdale gymnastics coach Jennifer Roane enjoys having Charlotte Bonanno on her team. Based on her outward appearance, you can’t tell if Bonanno is having her best day (32.85 in the regular) or her worst (29.475 at sectionals).
After four years of volleyball and three seasons each of indoor and outdoor track, Jordy Love decided to make a change for the winter of her senior year. While she will return to the track and field team in the spring, Love spent this winter with the Scarsdale gymnastics team.
Scarsdale gymnastics went from a three-meet 150-plus point streak to a string of injuries and a sub-150 two-meet streak. Still, the Raiders are holding their heads high as they compete their hardest each time.
While many Section 1 teams are shrinking, the Scarsdale gymnastics team is growing and improving. It’s a stellar achievement for a program that has lost its practice space at the school and seen huge peaks and valleys in interest over the last decade.
After spending last winter with program-best scores in the 140s, the Scarsdale gymnastics team finally broke the 150-point barrier at the divisional championship meet with a whopping 153.49, besting the previous high of 149.45. Instead of taking any steps back this winter, it was full speed …
The Scarsdale gymnastics team might not have been involved in the team competition at the Section 1 Division 1 championships, but that didn’t stop the Raiders from putting forth a record-setting performance.
Just when the Scarsdale veteran gymnasts and their coaches didn’t think their scores could get much better than last year’s unexpectedly strong season, 2018-19 happened.
Just when Coach Jen Roane thought it couldn’t get any better, enter the 2018-19 Scarsdale gymnastics team.