In terms of medals, Maharashtra had a whopping haul of 17, comprising five gold, five silver and seven bronze.
UP had eight medals in its kitty - four gold, one silver and three bronze.
Protishtha Samanta and Bavleen Kaur were big starts in the gymnastics arena.
Protishtha bagged three individual gold and took her personal tally to four she won a gold two days ago.
Bavleen emerged as another major star among women, as she won two gold to take her haul to three at these Games, the release said.
Among men, Mohammed Rafey, who had one gold earlier, added two more Thursday to take his yellow metal haul to three.
Led by Shreyas Mandliks one gold, two silver and a bronze, Maharashtra were also boosted by Krisha Chheda who landed a total of three medals (one gold, two bronze) out of four events in rhythmic gymnastics.
With an astounding 21 medals, the Maharashtra under-17 gymnastics team, buoyed by the home crowd, finished its campaign on a high.
While the first day was dominated by Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra managed to corner a total of 17 medals on the last day, the release added.
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