The York girls gymnastics team hosted regional competition earlier this week.

The Dukes, who competed in the West Suburban Conference Silver Division meet this past weekend, finished the regular season with a 3-2 mark in conference.

York also took second as a team at the Niles North invitational and third at the York invitational.

Individually, Maryalice Shockey and Angelina Deblasio each scored about 9.0 on the beam in a recent WSC Silver dual meet against Downers Grove North.

Lailah Waddell also won the vault individual title at Niles North with a 9.4 and Megan Cronin won the bars crown at Niles North with a 9.05.

“We are learning that new skills are not necessarily good skills and that sometimes practicing what you have is more important than learning something different just because it’s flashy,” said York coach Anthony Colant.

Colant noted York has excelled on bars this season. “We now have all five girls with advanced high superior dismounts and releases,” he said.

Colant said Cronin and Sydney Hill, in particular, have stepped things up of late. “Megan and Sydney both have done a great job of pulling themselves together for the end of the season and have really stepped up their work ethic to try and make it to state this year,” he said.

York girls basketball

The York girls basketball team scored a recent 62-54 win over Proviso West in West Suburban Conference Silver Division action.

The win moved the Dukes to 16-8 overall and 6-3 in WSC Silver activities.

Sydney Molis continued to be a key offensive contributor for the Dukes. She had 19 points, 17 of them coming in the first half. She had 12 points in the first quarter, helping York score 26 points out of the gates in the opening frame. Molis finished with three 3-pointers.

Sara Krissinger also had 19 points. She had eight in the first half and then scored 10 points in the fourth quarter alone.

Carly Schwartz hit a pair of 3-pointers for six points. Kaitlyn Kjome added five points. Sydney Fuglsang had five points, all coming in the fourth quarter.

York led 26-15 after the first quarter and 39-26 at halftime. Proviso West cut the lead to 43-41 after three quarters, but York outscored the Panters 19-13 in the fourth.

 

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