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Roswell gymnast places first at state meet
Roswell gymnast places first at state meet

ROSWELL, Ga. -- Kofi Reeves-Miller, a Level 7 gymnast with the Roswell Men's Gymnastics Team, is now a state champion.

Reeves-Miller earned an all-around score of 65.5 at the Georgia State Meet at the Cobb Civic Center on Mar. 16.

The 11 year old placed first in four events -- high bar, pommel horse, rings and vault.

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"Kofi's dedication and hard work is evident inside and outside the gym," Roswell Men's Gymnastics Team director Ben Wood said in a statement. "Kofi started competing for Roswell Gymnastics in kindergarten and has trained for six years. He is an inspiration to gymnasts in academics and athletics."

When he's not in the gym, Reeves-Miller is a 5th grader and member of the gifted program at Arnold Mill Elementary School in Woodstock.

Learn more about Roswell Gymnastics at roswellmensgymnasticsteam.com.