The Atomic Tumblers Level 4 NM State Championship Team. Courtesy/LASG
Addison Richie takes the bronze on beam (9.05.) Photo by Laura Trader
Addison Richie was the Level 4 New Mexico State bronze medalist in the all-around competition at the Level 4 State Gymnastics Championship Feb. 23 in Albuquerque.
Richie competed in the Level 4 Child C Division, earning her highest all-around score of the season, 36.4. Richie also earned the silver medal for her floor exercise (9.225), and bronze medals on beam (9.05) and bars (8.95.) Richie placed fourth on vault with a 9.2.
The Atomic Tumblers Level 4 team consisted of seven gymnasts, earning a total of eight medals, three silver and five bronze. All gymnasts scored 34.0 or higher in the all-around competition.
Jazmine Tuning, Junior A Division, was the silver medalist on vault (9.4) and bars (9.25) and placed fourth all-around with a 35.7, earning her highest all-around score of the season. Tuning placed fifth on floor (8.3) and sixth on beam (8.75.)
Jazmine Tuning earns a silver medal on bars (9.25)
Nyla Lee was the bronze medalist on vault (9.125) in the Child A Division. Lee placed fifth on bars (8.55) and all-around (34.125), sixth on floor (8.55), and eighth on beam (7.9.)
Zoe Mathis was the bronze medalist on bars with an 8.925 in the Senior A Division. Mathis placed fourth on beam (8.9), fifth on vault (9.05), and eighth on floor (7.4.) Mathis placed seventh all-around (34.275), earning her highest all-around score of the season, in this highly competitive division.
Nicole Aldaz placed fourth all-around (35.1) in the Senior B Division, earning fourth on bars (8.725), fifth on floor (8.55), seventh on beam (8.8), and eighth on vault (9.025.)
Allison Warner competed in the Junior B Division and earned her highest all-around score of the season, 34.1, placing fifth. Warner earned fourth on vault (9.15), fifth on floor (8.0), and sixth on beam (8.8) and bars (8.15.)
Kaeley Bustos, in the Child B Division, placed sixth all-around with a 34.0, her highest all-around score of the season. Bustos placed fourth on beam (8.75), fifth on vault (8.8) and bars (8.0), and sixth on floor (8.45.)
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