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Posted: Friday, December 1, 2017 10:33 pm

The Permian boys gymnastics team finished second and the Permian girls took third at the Key City Invitational meet Friday in Abilene.

The Odessa High boys finished fifth, while the Odessa High girls took sixth.

Permian’s Ryan Dominguez tied for first in the boys all-around, while also tying for first on the rings and on the parallel bars, with his brother Brandon Dominguez also tying for first on the parallel bars for the Panthers.

Brandon Dominguez, Permian’s Jade’ Guerrero and Odessa High’s Nicholas Drakus all tied for the top mark on the high bar. The Bronchos’ David Adjani won on the pommel horse.

On the girls’ side, Permian’s Joannaly Gonzalez and Odessa High’s Brittney Paredes tied for first on the uneven bars.

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