Westys gymnasts succeed at invitational


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  • Westys Gymnastics (Franklin Borough, New Jersey) gymnasts Hailey Jenkins, Adrianna Barone and Chelsea Smith pose for a portrait before competition begins.




  • Seven year old gymnast Hailey Jenkins in the midst of a floor routine. Jenkins is a member of the Westys Gymnastics team based in Franklin Borough, New Jersey.




  • Westys Gymnastics (Franklin Borough, New Jersey) gymnast Adrianna Barone performs during a floor routine.




The 3rd Annual Crystal Springs Shamrock Showdown Invitational took place on March 8-10.

Westys Gymnastics organized the event which took place at Crystal Springs Minerals Resort.

This was a United States of America Gymnastics and a United States Association of Independent Gymnastics Clubs (USAIGC) sanctioned event.

Numerous teams from the region took part in the event. Randolph Gymnastics (Morris County, New Jersey), Flyers Gymnastics Academy (Hammonton, New Jersey) and Sagamore Gymnastics (Syosset, New York) were among the teams that competed.

Several Westys Gymastics athletes earned top spots. Hannah Potzer of Vernon competed in the 6-7 year old USAIGC Copper Division. Potzer placed third on Balance Beam and placed second on Uneven Bars, Floor Exercise and in the All Around.

Olivia Fisher of Hardyston and Lexi Ingoglia of Lake Hopatcong competed in the 10-12 year old USAIGC Gold Division. Fisher was crowned the Vault champion. Ignolia placed third on Uneven Bars and Floor Exercise and placed second on Balance Beam.





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