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Bronx Science Places In Top 6 At PSAL Girls Gymnastics Individuals

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Congratulations to all of the student athletes who competed and placed in the top 6 at the PSAL Girls Gymnastics Individuals on Friday, February 10, 2017.

An extra congratulations to freshmen Elena Michaud for finishing 3rd all-around in the "B" division and to junior Samantha Gong for taking 1st place all-around in the "A" division and the entire city.

Samantha and senior Sophie Wechsler were also chosen to represent the PSAL State Team next month at the NYSPHSAA competition in Long Island, NY.

Go Lady Wolverines!


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