I'm trying to figure out the start value on high school vaults. My dd does either a handspring-full or a tsuk, depending on what part of her body happens to be hurting that day. I was told the tsuk is worth a 9.2 and the handspring-full is worth a 9.0, which really isn't that much of a difference. Since her hsf is much stronger than her tsuk, than she has been doing that, and it doesn't hurt as much. So, I looked it up on the start value chart for our state and I don't even see a tsuk listed. I'm seeing a Handspring-1/1 twist off, which I'm assuming is a handspring-full, worth 9.0 on the chart. No tsuks are on the chart, but I'm seeing Yama****a, of different variations. What IS that? Nothing on the chart is worth more than a 9.3. So I suppose my dd's 8.5's aren't all that bad. This is SO different from club gymnastics where she never got less than 9's on vault. Anyway, I checked the state scores for the year, are there are several vault scores in the 9's. How can this be if nothing is worth more than a 9.3? If that's the case, there are some high schoolers out there that are pretty close to perfect, and I find that hard to believe. What are your thought? And coaches, judges- what IS a Yama****a? Thanks!