Southern Regional Girls Gymnastics Team Defeats Brick Township 99.875 to 95.175

Credits: SRHS file photo

STAFFORD, NJ - On Friday afternoon the Southern Regional Girls Gymnastics team hosted Brick Township.  The Rams won 99.875 to 95.175 in that competition.  Southern's Ashley Hemenway won the all around competition with score of 33.375.  Hemenway came in first place in the uneven bars and second place in the vault and floor exercise.  

Southern's Sarah Possidel came in first place in the vault and balance beam.   Alex Abeal scored 32.025 points and Leanna Santiago had 31.95 points to put Brick in the second and third overall place. 

Here are the scores.


1. Ashley Hemenway  Southern 33.375
2. Alex Abeal Brick Township 32.025
3. Leanna Santiago Brick Township 31.95
1. Sarah Possidel Southern 8.45
2. Ashley Hemenway Southern 8.4
2. Sam Laubach Southern 8.4
3. Alex Abeal Brick Township 8.3
1. Ashley Hemenway Southern 7.7
2. Leanna Santiago Brick Township 7.675
3. Shannon Kinney Brick Township 7.625
1. Sarah Possidel Southern 8.45
2. Olivia Lattanzi Southern 8.425
3. Gabriella Conforti Southern 8.375
1. Gabriella Conforti Southern 8.95
2. Ashley Hemenway Southern 8.925
3. Olivia Lattanzi Southern 8.6

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