Cranford Gymnastics Places Third at State Sections

Third-Place finish at State Sections 2016 Credits: Elisabeth Lynch
Third-Place finish at State Sections 2016 Credits: Elisabeth Lynch

EDISON, NJ – Cranford gymnastics placed third at the NJSIAA Tournament, North Jersey, Section 2 this past weekend at Bishop Ahr High Shool.

Bee Iosso and Erin Infante also earned spots in the state individual championships. Iosso will compete in the all-around competition and Infante in the floor exercise.

The state championship is Saturday Nov. 12 at Montgomery High School.

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Individual Results:
All-Around –
1, Ariyana Agarwala, Bishop Ahr, 37.95 points. 2, Shannon Gregory, J.P. Stevens, 37.7 points. 3, Alexis Tekin, Watchung Hills, 37.375 points. 4, Skylar Davisson, Bishop Ahr, 37.125 points. 5, Bee Iosso, Cranford, 36.975 points. 6, Gina Ferdinandi, Johnson, 36.85 points. 7, Morgan Durant, Watchung Hills, 36.775 points. 7, Erin Infante, Cranford, 35.95 points.

Vault 1, Ariyana Agarwala, Bishop Ahr, 9.65 points. 2, Skylar Davisson, Bishop Ahr, 9.55 points. 2, Jenna Ramunno, Watchung Hills, 9.55 points. 2, Shannon Gregory, J.P. Stevens, 9.55 points. 5, Troi Marshall, Bishop Ahr, 9.5 points. 6, Gina Ferdinandi, Johnson, 9.4 points. 7, Alexis Tekin, Watchung Hills, 9.35 points. 7, Bee Iosso, Cranford, 9.35 points.

Uneven Bars 1, Alexis Tekin, Watchung Hills, 9.625 points. 2, Ashleigh Bober, Ridge, 9.575 points. 3, Ariyana Agarwala, Bishop Ahr, 9.475 points. 4, Morgan Durant, Watchung Hills, 9.4 points. 5, Gina Ferdinandi, Johnson, 9.1 points., 6, Erin Infante, Cranford, 9 points. 6, Skylar Davisson, Bishop Ahr, 9 points. 8, Bee Iosso, Cranford, 8.9 points. 8, Shannon Gregory, J.P. Stevens, 8.9 points.

Balance Beam – 1, Kristen Brady, Bishop Ahr, 9.65 points. 2, Shannon Gregory, J.P. Stevens, 9.5 points. 3, Bee Iosso, Cranford, 9.275 points. 4, Morgan Durant, Watchung Hills, 9.075 points. 5, Ashleigh Bober, Ridge, 9.025 points. 6, Abby Claus, Summit, 9 points. 7, Skylar Davisson, Bishop Ahr, 8.95 points. 7, Upasna Parikh, Bishop Ahr, 8.95 points.

Floor Exercise – 1, Shannon Gregory, J.P. Stevens, 9.75 points. 2, Skylar Davisson, Bishop Ahr, 9.625 points. 3, Gina Ferdinandi, Johnson, 9.6 points. 4, Hannah Prieto              , Westfield, 9.575 points. 5, Erin Infante, Cranford, 9.55 points. 6, Kelly McAuliffe, Cranford, 9.525 points. 7, Alexis Tekin, Watchung Hills, 9.5 points. 7, Jennifer Pasram, Old Bridge, 9.5 points.

Team Final Results:

Bishop Ahr -111.125
Watchung Hills - 110.275
Cranford - 108.625
Westfield - 105.45
Summit - 103.8
Johnson - 103.2
Scotch Plains-Fanwood - 102.35
Ridge - 93.075
J.P. Stevens – 0
Old Bridge - 0

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