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Gymnastics: Banged-up NLS falls to Mound Westonka

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SPICER — Mound Westonka toppled a banged-up New London-Spicer unit 129.525-123.20 Tuesday in a Wright County Conference dual at Decision Hills Bible Camp.

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NLS freshman Rachael TerWisscha won vault with an 8.95 to keep the Wildcats from being winless in an event.

Junior Hannah Kingmann competed for the Wildcats despite recovering from strep throat and having a bruised tailbone and a stress fracture in her big toe on the right foot. And during the meet Tuesday, freshman Mya Rohman got hurt on the bars and senior Lauren Dietz sprained her ankle on the vault.

Mound Westonka 129.525, New London-Spicer 123.20

ALL-AROUND — (1) Courtney Cashman, MW, 33.075

VAULT — (1) Rachael TerWisscha, NLS, 8.95 … (4) Hannah Kingmann, NLS, 8.5 (5) Mya Rohman, NLS, 8.45

BARS — (1) Cashman, MW, 8.4 … (4) Lauren Dietz, NLS, 7.15 (5) Hannah Bisek, NLS, 6.7

BEAM — (1) Alexandra Bebeau, MW, 8.275 (2) TerWisscha, NLS, 8.0 … (5) Kingmann, NLS, 7.625

FLOOR — (1) Marilee Saatzer, MW, 8.65 … (T3) Arica Clancy, NLS, 8.55 (5) Rohman, NLS, 8.475

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