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Gymnastics: Willmar tops Fergus to go 6-2 in CLC

WILLMAR -- Willmar polished off its Central Lakes Conference schedule on Tuesday night with its sixth win, a 135.250 to 120.40 decision over Fergus Falls at the Kennedy gymnasium.

WILLMAR -- Willmar polished off its Central Lakes Conference schedule on Tuesday night with its sixth win, a 135.250 to 120.40 decision over Fergus Falls at the Kennedy gymnasium.

The 6-2 CLC mark compares to 3-5 last year with much the same team, now a year older.

Annalise Bratt won all-around, bars and beam. The junior scored a 9.15 in each.

Kelsey Jacobson had her best vault of the year (9.25), according to coach Larry Selchow. Jacobson also won floor with a 9.325. Bratt and Ashley Delp also scored 9s.

"It was our best floor of the year," said Selchow. "Ashley had banged her knee on the beam in the previous event, but went out on floor in some pain and scored a 9.0."

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Willmar (7-2 overall) has non-conference meets coming up with Benson and Melrose leading into the Central Lakes Conference championships Feb. 2 in Sartell.

Willmar 135.350, Fergus Falls 120.400

ALL-AROUND -- (1) Annalise Bratt, Wil, 36.20 (2) Kelsey Jacobson, Wil, 35.325 (3) Ashley Delp, Wil, 34.225 (4) Liza Enderson, FF, 32.65 (5) Joren Skillingstad, FF, 32.15 (6) Emma DaMantelairie, FF, 32.0 (7) Torie Yoakum, Wil, 28.250

VAULT -- (1) Jacobson 925 (2) Danille Schuette, FF, 8.8 (3) Bratt 8.75 (4) Delp 8.525 (5) Caylee Cash, Wil, 8.35

BARS -- (1) Bratt, Wil, 9.15 (2) Delp, Wil, 8.25 (3) Enderson 8.25 (54) Jacobson 7.75 (8) Torie Yoakum 6.95 (9) Emily Minnick Willmar, 6.2

BEAM -- (1) Bratt 9.15 (2) Jacobson 9.0 (3) Delp 8.45 (4) Jody Bombeck, Wil, 5.8 (5) Yoakum 5.7

FLOOR -- (1) Jacobson 9.325 (2) Bratt 9.15 (3) Delp 9.0 (4) Cash 8.5 (8) Yoakum 7.45

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