Westys hosts gymnastics invitational

Two-day event took place at Cyrstal Springs


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  • Westys gymnasts starting in back row from left, Adrianna Barone, Samie Copley, Olvia Fisher, Sabrina Dispenziere. Middle row, Rachael Mckenna, Hanna Garofano, Moya Lynch. Front row, Molly Compa, Hailey Jenkins, Chelsea Smith. Photos by George Leroy Hunter




  • Westys gymnast Samie Copley performs during a floor routine. Copley who resides in Vernon, New Jersey took second place in the Silver 9-11 division with an all around score of 34.85.




  • Westys gymnast Chelsea Smith is all smiles during a floor routine.




  • Westys gymnast Molly Compa performs.




  • Westys gymnast Hailey Jenkins on the uneven bars. Jenkins from Lafayette, New Jersey took first place in the Bronze 6-7 division with an all around score of 33.70.




  • Gymnast Moya Lynch of Wantage, New Jersey performs on the uneven bars. Lynch took first place in the Bronze 8-9 division with an all around score of 34.50. She trains at Westys Gymnastics.




  • Westys gymnast Olivia Fisher on the uneven bars.




  • Westys gymnast Rachael McKenna in a pose during her floor routine.




  • Six year old Nina Scaffidi of Hammonton, New Jersey executes a pose during a floor routine. Scaffidi has been involved in gymnastics since the age of three and is a member of Flyers Gymnastics located in Atlantic County, New Jersey.




HAMBURG — The first day of the 2017 Crystal Springs Frozen Invitational took place on Saturday, December 9, 2017. Westys Gymnastics (Franklin Borough, N.J.) hosted the two day gymnastics event at Crystal Springs Resort in Sussex County, New Jersey that concluded on Sunday, December 10th.

Gymnastics Inc. of Kenvil, New Jersey and Flyers Gymnastics of Hammonton, New Jersey joined Westys Gymnastics to showcase established and up and coming athletes at the event.

All Westys gymnasts performed well. Westys athletes Samie Copley, Hailey Jenkins and Moya Lynch were outstanding in their routines.

Copley who resides in Vernon, New Jersey took second place in the Silver 9-11 division with an all around score of 34.85.

Jenkins from Lafayette, New Jersey took first place in the Bronze 6-7 division with an all around score of 33.70.

Lynch who hails from Wantage, New Jersey took first place in the Bronze 8-9 division with an all around score of 34.50.











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