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The littlest gymnast

<p>By Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel</p> <p>As Carroll senior Savannah Shearer competes in the final floor exercize routine of her high school career, Julia Didion, 6, decided it was time to kick off her cowboy boots and try to mimic the motions from the side of the mat. Didion, a first grader at St. Judes, spent most of her time as a stat-runner for the judges who gave Shearer a 9.3 in a meet against Bishop Dwenger on Thursday night. </p>

By Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel

As Carroll senior Savannah Shearer competes in the final floor exercize routine of her high school career, Julia Didion, 6, decided it was time to kick off her cowboy boots and try to mimic the motions from the side of the mat. Didion, a first grader at St. Judes, spent most of her time as a stat-runner for the judges who gave Shearer a 9.3 in a meet against Bishop Dwenger on Thursday night. 

By Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel<br />
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While Chargers freshman Ella Smith competes on the floor exercise behind her, Julia Didion, 6, tries to mimic the moves during a meet at Carroll with Bishop Dwenger on Thursday night. Didion, a St. Judes first grader, was serving as a stat runner for the judges who gave Smith a 9.625 score to win the event.
By Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel

While Chargers freshman Ella Smith competes on the floor exercise behind her, Julia Didion, 6, tries to mimic the moves during a meet at Carroll with Bishop Dwenger on Thursday night. Didion, a St. Judes first grader, was serving as a stat runner for the judges who gave Smith a 9.625 score to win the event.
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Thursday, February 16, 2017 07:22 pm
While serving as a stat runner for the judges at the Carroll-Bishop Dwenger girls gymnastics meet on Thursday night, Julia Didion, 6, decided it was time to kick off her cowboy books and try to mimic the competitors. While Savannah Shearer was scoring a 9.3, the St. Judes first grader twirled around to face the crowd, and then tried to copy Ella Smith's tumbling moves that helped her win the event with a 9625.

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