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By Kevin Lohman
Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014, 9:21 p.m.
 

The Moon gymnastics team won its third straight PA Classic Gymnastic championship Saturday at Moon Middle School.

The Tigers earned an all-around team score of 144.235. Baldwin finished second with a score of 138.949.

Moon's victory was punctuated by strong performances from Mackenzie Kraft and Victoria Priola.

Kraft finished first in the all-around competition in the gold division, and Priola claimed the top spot in the all-around competition in the silver division.

Alexandra Bardusch finished second in the all-around competition in the bronze division for the Tigers.

Baldwin junior Josie Karabinos won the individual all-around diamond division title with a score of 37.958. Karabinos finished first in the vault, bars and floor competition and claimed second in the beam.

Her acrobatic routine stood out among the efforts of her peers.

Kevin Lohman is a freelance writer.

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