First Team

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First Team


All-Around - Katie Shapiro, Wayne Valley, freshman

All-Around - Brooke Engler, Wayne Valley, freshman

All-Around - Jennifer Kruszewski, Wayne Valley, freshman

All-Around - Kaitlyn Anevski, Wayne Hills, freshman

Vault - Mackenzie Mcguinness, West Milford, junior

Bars - Patricia Giuriceo, Passaic Valley, sophomore

Beam - Rachael Bussanich, Wayne Valley, junior

Floor - Jordan Spencer, West Milford, freshman

Coach of the Year - Samantha Colangelo, Wayne Valley

All-Around - Jasmine Barash, Wayne Hills, senior

All-Around - Claire Coyle, West Milford, freshman

Vault - Skylar Greenberg, West Milford, freshman

Vault - Colette Metcalf, West Milford, freshman

Bars - Gianna Lepri, Wayne Valley, freshman

Bars - Shannon Mi, Wayne Valley, sophomore

Bars - Lorelei Thompson, Wayne Hills, sophomore

Bars - Ashley Harrington, West Milford, senior

Floor - Emily Curving, West Milford, junior

Floor - Ashley Morse, Wayne Valley, senior

Floor - Sarah Kusher, Clifton, junior

Floor - Briana Valdez, Clifton, senior

Clifton: Mariel Buscar, Jeanette Compres

Passaic Valley: Kayla Binetti, Trinity Hines

Wayne Hills: Emily Chen, Clarissa Ruth

Wayne Valley: Madison Tanski, Julia Cordaro

West Milford: Carlie Smith, Kayla Coyle

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Wayne Valley won its second Passaic County crown in the last three seasons. …

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