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Rosemount first, Willmar sixth at Buffalo Invitational

BUFFALO -- The Willmar Cardinals had several top-10 finishes at the Buffalo Invitational on Saturday. Willmar took sixth with a 126.675 score in the meet won by Rosemount (140.05).

BUFFALO -- The Willmar Cardinals had several top-10 finishes at the Buffalo Invitational on Saturday. Willmar took sixth with a 126.675 score in the meet won by Rosemount (140.05).

Freshman Kelsey Jacobson finished fourth on vault -- sticking her Tsukara pike -- for a 9.15 score. Junior Annalise Bratt took ninth all-around (33.5) and also ninth on floor.

Ashley Delp placed seventh on beam with a solid routine; otherwise the Cardinals struggled mightily on the four-inch bar.

"Our girls are sore and banged up after three meets in five days but they competed so hard," said Coach Larry Selchow. "We also have two starters out with injuries (Beth Pollock and Brooke Barrett). Seventh-grader Emily Minnick made her varsity debut and showed a lot of composure in two events. She got a lot of support from the entire team."

Team scores

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(1) Rosemount 140.05 (2) Annandale 135.25 (3) Champlin Park 132.275 (4) Buffalo 229.125 (5) Minnetonka 128.7 (6) Willmar 126.675 (7) Litchfield 125.925 (8) Alexandria 117.575

ALL-AROUND -- (1) Jenna Woelfel, Annandale 37.1... (9) Annalise Bratt 33.5 (11) Ashley Delp 33.025 ... Kelsey Jacobson 31.9

VAULT -- (1) Lin Robohm, Rosemount, 9.375 ... (4) Jacobson 9.15 (10) Bratt 8.75 ... Delp 8.525, Caylee Cash 8.3, Anissa Tallakson 7.55

BARS -- (1) Brittaney Magdal, Champlin Park, 9.5 ... Bratt 7.975, Delp 7.475, Jacobson 6.8, Emily Minnick 5.85, Tallakson 5.175

BEAM -- (1) Woelfel 9.225 .... (7) Delp 8.47 ... Bratt 7.975, Jacobson 7.275, Minnick 6.1, Jody Bombeck 4.575

FLOOR -- (1) Robohm 9.475 (9) Bratt 8.8 ... Jacobson 8.675, Delp 8.55, Cash 8.0, Tollakson 6.8

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