Portsmouth High girls are tops in 4-team gymnastics meet

Patriots defeat Middletown, Mt. Hope, and Rogers/East Providence

Posted 1/31/23

PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School gymnastics team continued its impressive season by winning a four-team meet at Strive Gymnastics in Somerset on Saturday.

The Patriots came out on top …

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Portsmouth High girls are tops in 4-team gymnastics meet

Patriots defeat Middletown, Mt. Hope, and Rogers/East Providence

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PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School gymnastics team continued its impressive season by winning a four-team meet at Strive Gymnastics in Somerset on Saturday.

The Patriots came out on top with 133.75 points, edging Middletown, which collected 133.3. They were followed by Mt. Hope (119) and Rogers/East Providence (93.4).

Rowan Snyder was the top Patriots scorer in the all-around, collecting 33.95 points. She scored an 8.6 on the vault, and 8.5 on the bars, and 8.1 on the beam, and an 8.75 in the floor exercise.

Sierra Bonoff’s all-around score was 32.55: 8.2 (vault), 7.9 (bars), 8.55 (beam), and 7.9 (floor).

Briana Silva collected 31.6 points in the all-around: 8.0 (vault), 7.5 (bars), 7.9 (beam), and 8.2 (floor).

Nora Cooney also competed in all four events for a 31.15 score in the all around. She scored as follows: 8.35 (vault), 6.4 (bars), 8.0 (beam), and 8.4 (floor).

Other impressive scores from PHS athletes at the meet:

• Kayla Oliveira: 8.95 for the beam

• Gabriella Randazzo: 8.6 for the vault

• Madison Both: 8.4 in both the vault and the beam

• Caitlyn Wordell: 8.35 for floor

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