Youth Gymnastics

Three NSG boys medal at state championships

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Dylan Cantrell finished second on pommel horse en route to a third-place finish in the All-Around in the Level 4, 9-10 year-old division at the state gymnastics championships on March 14-16 in Roswell. 


Three NSG boys gymnasts medal at state championships


Boys gymnasts representing Newnan School of Gymnastics recently competed in the Georgia Men’s State Championships from March 14-16 in Roswell, with three athletes earning medals led by Dylan Cantrell in the Level 4, 9-10 year-old Junior division.

Cantrell captured bronze in the All-Around among 12 gymnasts from around the state. He was led by a second place effort both on pommel horse (9.5) and vault (9.5) while posting an All-Around score of 56.7

Wyatt Irvin, who competed in the Level 4, 6-year-old division, and Hunter Cluelow, a Level 7 gymnast in the 11-12 age group, also medaled.

Cluelow placed second on floor (9.8) and vault (11.9) while also taking third on pommel (10.0) and high bar (8.1) in a competitive division. He finished fourth overall in All-Around with a combined score of 56.6.

Irvin also had a second-place effort on vault in the Level 4, 7-8 division with a score of 9.5, while also taking third on parallel bars. He placed sixth of 15 gymnasts in the All-Around.

Led by coach Jason Cluelow, competing gymnasts also included Ariston Veasey (Level 4, 7-8 year-old Junior), Tristan Williams (Level 5, 11-over Junior), Tate Carroll (Level 6, 11-over Senior), Tyler Haught (Level 10, 15-16) as well as Hunter Snyder and John Cluelow (Level 6, 7-8 year-old).

Snyder and John Cluelow placed seventh and eighth, respectfully, in the All-Around of the Level 6, 7-8 year-old division. Snyder was led by scores of 9.6 on floor and 9.5 on vault. Cluelow finished with an 8.9 on floor and 9.2 on vault.

Veasey placed eighth of 16 competitors in the Level 4, 7-8 division led by a fifth-place effort on vault with a score of 9.6.

Carroll was also eighth overall in the Level 6, 11-over Senior division led by efforts of 9.7 on vault and 9.1 on high bars.

Competing in the Level 10, 15-16 division, Haught was seventh on rings with a score of 11.9 while placing 9th in the All-Around among 16 competitors.

Williams finished 12th in the All-Around in the Level 5, 11-over Junior division.







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