PARAMUS, N.J. -- Eighteen of 30 young athletes from Eastern National Academy of Gymnastics in Paramus placed in the top three in the Chesapeake Competition, with four teams taking home second-place prizes last weekend in Baltimore.
Top scorers include:
Mirei Kuroyanagi (1st place), Kylie Piringer, Tess Muir, Mikayla Waddell, Rebecca DiPaolo, Emma Cunningham, Kayla Bross (1st place), Keila Seeley, Renee Figueroa, Ella Mockel, Kayla Williams, Alexis Dell'Aquila, Victoria Jimenez (1st place), Katie McLaughlin (1st place), Lauren Campbell (1st place), Claire Norris and Jennie Olivero, (1st place).
"ENA has been teaching the youth of Bergen County NJ the sport of Gymnastics since 1998," the website says. "We strive to provide exception instruction to all levels of kids."
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