Sisters lead South Side Beaver to PA Classic gymnastics title |

Sisters lead South Side Beaver to PA Classic gymnastics title

Sisters Mikayla and Tara Gologram finished first and third, respectively, in the Diamond Division all-around competition Saturday and led South Side Beaver to the PA Classic state championship gymnastics title at Moon.

The Western Beaver students, who compete with South Side Beaver as part of a co-op that started this winter, each won an event — Mikayla the beam and Tara the floor.

Mikayla finished with 38.033 points to edge Baldwin’s Josie Karabinos (37.808). Tara had 37.058 points.

Karabinos won the vault and bars events.

South Side Beaver’s Hope Magusiak won the all-around title in the Gold Division, Ridgeway’s Hailey Hoffman was the Silver Division all-around champ and Chambersburg’s Abby Veger won the Bronze Division all-around.

Moon finished second and Baldwin third in the team standings.

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