2019 Graduating Seniors

Kayla Davis


Julia Mott


Mareena Scalia

Personal (Family):

Parents: John and Jacqueline Scalia

Sibling: Mannie Scalia

Birth Date: July 10th 2001

School District: Twin Valley

 

Gymnastics Accomplishments:

Level 5         Year: 2012 PA State Championship 6th Vault, 3rd Bars, 8th Beam, 1st Floor, 3rd AA

Level 6         year:2013 PA State Championship 5th Vault, 5th Bars, 6th Beam, 9th Floor, 5th AA

Level 7         year:2014 PA State Championship 1st Vault, 2nd Bars, 6th Beam, 1st AA

Level 8         year:2015 State Championship 1st Vault, 1st Bars, 1st Beam, 1st Floor, 1st AA

Regional Championships 8th Vault, 9th Beam, 7th Floor, 11th AA

Level 8         year:2016 State Championship 8th Vault, 2nd Bars, 5the Beam, 2nd Floor, 3rd AA

Regional Championship 10th Bars, 3rd Beam, 7th AA

Level 9         year:2017 State Championship 2nd Vault, 3rd Floor

Regional Championship 9th Floor

Level 9         year:2018 State Championship 6th Bars, 10th Beam, 7th Floor, 9th AA

Regional Championship 12th Vault, 9th Bars, 6th Beam, 2nd Floor, 10th AA


Favorite Gymnastics Memory: Traveling everywhere with my teammates to invitationals and keeping up with the tradition of going out to eat after every meet!... But also when I made Julia Skayhan pee herself at bars because she was laughing so hard!!

Favorite Gymnast: Shawn Johnson

Favorite Event: Beam

Favorite Skill: Handspring Layout Step out

Favorite Quote: “Failure is just Success turned inside out”- My Dad

College Plans: I will be attending West Liberty University in the fall to major in Pre-dentistry education. I will also be competing on the Acro-Tumbling team.

Competed in: Virginia Beach, Texas, California, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, New York, Pennsylvania

Thank You: First, I would like to thank my family for all the unconditional love and support they gave me during all my 12 years in gymnastics. No matter the hardships or the successes, my family members are my biggest fans. I’m so grateful to have my parents attend every competition and being the loudest cheerers by far on the sidelines! Secondly, I would like to thank my coaches who have encouraged me and molded me into not only the gymnast, but the person I am today. Their faith in me has pushed me into meeting limits I never thought I would meet. Last, but not least, I would like to thank my teammates for always being there for me no matter what. The bond we created together will never be replaced and I will always keep you girls close to my heart, forever.

Words Of Wisdom:  The sport of Gymnastics always comes down to the question of; How bad do you want it? Practicing everyday in the gym has taught me that even through the fear and mental blocks, you have to find something deep down to believe that you can do it. If gymnastics was easy, anyone could do it, but it takes the strong ones to keep persevering  through the blood, sweat, and tears, to finally gain that successful feeling.

Believing in yourself is the biggest factor not only in this sport but in life as well. If you have faith in yourself, you can do anything your heart desires :)



Good Luck Seniors !!

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