Pleasanton Weekly

Sports - October 21, 2011

Teddy Bear Classic wins

California Gymnastics Academy Levels 4 and 5 place first

Level 4 and 5 girls from California Gymnastics Academy t\both took first place team awards at the Teddy Bear Classic in Redwood City on Oct. 16.

In the older category of Level 4, Anna Foehner was first all-around, winning vault with a score of 9.475 and floor with a score of 9.250 and placing second on beam with a score of 9.325. Delaney Watkins was second all-around, winning beam with a score of 9.5.

In the middle age category, Karinna Stevenson took first place all-around with a first place score of 9.350 on the floor and a second-place finish on beam of 9.425. Julia Humphrey came in second place all-around with a winning score of 9.5 on beam and second-place finishes on vault (9.225) and bars (9.1). Sydney Sullivan placed first on bars with a score of 9.2 and was third all-around.

In the younger category, Carly Oniki placed first all-around in her age group, winning on bars with a score of 9.025 and vault with a score of 9.450. Calli Renner scored a 9.050 on beam.

In the older category of Level 5, Jasmyn Cheng came in first all-around with winning scores on bars (9.475), beam (9.575) and floor (9.4). Daniela Mendiola won vault with 9.05 and came in second all-around and Yasmine Diyab scored a 9.0 on beam.

In the middle age category, Sabrina Kheirolomoom won beam with a score of 9.4, coming in second all-around. Maya Frank won floor with a score of 9.0 and scored 9.350 on beam for second place. Lily Cuyler won bars with a score of 9.125.

In the younger category, Alexandra Kim won floor with a score of 9.425, Alexandra McMillin scored a 9.65 on beam and placed second all-around. Julieta Mendiola scored a 9.425 on beam.


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