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Southern Regional Girls Gymnastics Defeat Toms River South 98.125 to 92.3.

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TOMS RIVER, NJ - On Friday afternoon, the Southern Regional Girls Gymnastics team won their second contest of the season on Saturday be defeating Toms River South 98.125 to 92.3.  Ashley Hemenway won the individual all around competition with 33.65 points.  Toms River South's Ashley Gangemi came in second at 31.475 and Southern's Olivia Lattanzi finished third with score of 31.3.

VAULT

1. Lily Mclelland Toms River South 8.95

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2. Ashley Hemenway Southern8.55

2. Sarah Possidel Southern8.55

3. Olivia Lattanzi Southern8.5

UNEVEN BARS

1. Lily Mclelland Toms River South 8.025

2. Ashley Hemenway Southern 7.8

3. Gabriella Conforti Southern 7.625

BALANCE BEAM

1. Ashley Hemenway Southern 8.45

2. Allison Clark Toms River South 8.425

3. Sarah Possidel Southern 7.85

FLOOR EXERCISE

1. Ashley Hemenway Southern 8.85

2. Ashley Gangenmi Toms River South 8.6

3. Olivia Lattanzi Southern 8.4

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