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January 9, 2014

Gymnastic Results

HAMPSTEAD - The Phantom Gymnastics Xcel teams competed in their first meet of the season over the Thanksgiving weekend in Middleton, MA. It was a great start to the season with the girls having many top individual placements at the Yellow Jackets Holiday Invitational. In the team results, the Gold, Platinum, and Diamond teams all came in first place and the Bronze and Silver teams placed second.

Highlights for local girls include:

Xcel Platinum: In the Senior division, Emily Cambra (Hampstead) placed second on floor, third on beam, and fourth in the all around with a 35.250.

Xcel Gold: In the Child division, Lily Daniels (Hampstead) came in first on bars and second in the all around with a 35.925. Sophie Lebiedz (Atkinson) placed second on vault, third on beam, and third in the all around with a 35.9. Julia Huberdeau (Atkiinson) came in second on beam, third on floor, and fourth in the all around with a 35.8.

Xcel Silver: In the Junior division, Abbie Hafey (Brentwood) placed second on floor and bars, third on vault, and third in the all around with a 35.825. Erin Porter (Hampstead) placed second on beam, third on floor, and fourth in the all around with a 35.50. Abbey Jordan (Atkinson) placed sixth on vault and seventh in the all around with a 34.9. In the Senior division Zoe Dinsmore (Hampstead) placed first on beam, second on vault and bars, and came in first in the all around with a 36.575. Dominique Dubois (Newton) placed fourth on bars and fifth in the all around with a 35.9.

Xcel Bronze: In the Senior Division, Allison French placed first on floor, third on vault and bars, and came in first in the all around with a 36.45. Leah Sears (Hampstead) placed sixth on floor. Isabella Dubois (Newton) placed seventh on vault.

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