I honestly don't know what a qualifying score for level 3 would be. That's how clueless I am. Bars were a mess but she did pretty good on the other events and scored mid-upper 8's. I think her all around was 32.95?Did she get her state qualifying score at the first meet? If so, that’s a good argument to let her rest, sit a meet out and come back in a meet or two.
Thanks! Her recovery is progressing slowly but surely. She got her cast off last Wednesday and her xrays look better but she's still having a lot of pain. They extended her time in the brace/splint to 4 weeks and she's still completely off weight bearing acitvity. Once she returns on November 20th they want her at 25% activity for one week, 50% the next and so on.... If she has any pain then we need to back off again.@Jessleemom I hope your DD's recovery is progressing well. Just curious, but why is your DD out for the season if she's only in a cast for 3 wks and splint for 3 wks? Our season starts in Nov and ends in March. My DD had dorsal wrist impingement over the summer. Basically overuse. A soon as she hit 21 hrs/wk, she got the injury. After a few weeks of not using her wrist/PT, she had no pain and eased her way back in. Last week, the pain came back but more intense. ER x-ray says no fracture but her wrist is tender to the touch. Tomorrow we see her Sports Med Dr who saw her over the summer. We'll see. Her first L7 meet is in one month. We're preparing her for the reality that she could miss a few meets.
Did I mention tiger pawsIf anyone is curious about our wrist pain saga....she returned to full activity and competed in two meets, including states. She brought home a few medals, got her confidence back. Her last meet is a home meet and its this upcoming weekend.
She came home from practice last night complaining of the same pain but in the other wrist. We're headed back to the ortho doc on Monday. Beginning to wonder if maybe this isn't the sport for her. I don't want her to be injured all the time.