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Caris Hatler of the Los Alamos Atomic Tumblers performs a routine on the floor. Hatler was the top Atomic Tumbler, earning silver on the beam.
Atomic Tumblers dominate at invitational

The Los Alamos Atomic Tumblers traveled to Albuquerque to compete at the Albuquerque School of Gymnastics, in their annual Black and White Invitational. Over 70 bronze and silver gymnasts competed on Friday night, while gold, platinum and diamond gymnasts competed on Saturday.

Maya Graves scored the highest all around total of all Bronze competitors, with a 37.25, scoring 9 or above and taking the gold medal on all four events. The last time a LASG gymnast scored this high was Brianna Fryer in a JO level 7 meet last year.

In the bronze division youngest division, Rafaela Rocha earned three gold medals, in the all-around, the bars and on the floor. She also earned a bronze on the vault.

Anna Simakov was the standout in the youth division earning a gold on the floor and the bars, and a silver in the all-around and on the beam. She also earned a bronze on the vault.

In the junior’s division, Meera Nadiga earned gold on the bars, finished with a silver on the vault and finished in a tie for silver in the all-around.  

In the silver competition Holly Martinez was Los Alamos’ high scorer, earning a gold on the bars and the vault, and finishing with silver on the floor and in the all-around competing in the child’s division.

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