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SEMO Gymnast finishes 28th at Nationals

SEMO Gymnast Taylor Westrick finished 28th at the Division I nationals Friday in Duluth, Georgia.

Westrick scored a 9.850 during the second semifinal session on beam.

The Southeast Junior is the first Redhawks Gymnast to advance to the Division I Nationals.

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