Guilderland gymnastics

On Sunday, the Guilderland Dutch varsity gymnastics team kicked off their season at the Hatsgiving charity event, which donates winter hats to children who have lost their hair while battling cancer. The event was held at World Class Gymnastics in Latham.

The Dutch will be sending three gymnasts to the state meet in two weeks. Sisters Carli and Allison Rem and Addison Seebode all qualified on Wednesday afternoon at Shaker High School in Latham.

On Saturday morning, the Guilderland gymnasts took on Bethlehem, showing the judges their grace and flexibility as the Dutch performed on the balance beam, vault, floor, uneven bars. The Dutch fell in a very close meet, 157.2 to 149.7.

Guilderland and Guilderville athletes took to the bright lights and the big stage of state competition this past weekend in gymnastics, swimming, and track.

Two Guilderland gymnasts — Allison Rem, middle left, and Rachel Drislane, middle right, are on their way to state competition, March 3 at Cold Springs Harbor High School on Long Island.

Guilderland gymnasts showed their grace and tumbling skills on the mat during Tuesday’s dual meet at Bethlehem High School. The team is young with some “rookies” and also had some key members injured to start the season. Bethlehem Eagles won, 159.10 to 155.25.

The Guilderland gymnastics team — with 10 girls, three of them in middle school — showed grace, flexibility, and smiles to the judges in efforts to win a sectional title on Wednesday at Shaker High School in Latham.

The Flying Dutchman gymnastics team took to the mat last Thursday at the Saratoga Regional YMCA-Wilton Branch against one of its toughest foes, the Saratoga Blue Streaks. The Dutch performed well but couldn’t pull out a win in the 173.500-to-154.600 loss.

Gravity had nothing on the Guilderland Dutchmen gymnasts last Thursday, January 12, as they vaulted past the Bethlehem Eagles, 165.550 to 148.550, in their home gym at Lynnwood Elementary School.

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