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Area Gymnastics: New London-Spicer sets school record, wins Wright County West

Wildcats defeat Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted on Thursday, 143.650-119.100

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NEW LONDON — New London-Spicer won the Wright County West Conference and broke the school record for team points after beating Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted in New London.

With wins in the uneven bars (9.225) and balance beam (9.1), the Wildcats’ Ciera Anderson won the all-around with a score of 36.575. Kamryn Quenemoen was second in the all-around at 34.9.

Lili Sampson added another victory to NLS’ night with a 9.425 in the vault while Ashlyn Olson won the floor exercise with a 9.375.

“The girls have been working so hard and it is nice to see that their hard work has paid off,” said Wildcats head coach Cindy Jacobson. “This has been the girls’ main goal all season and it has come at the best time to make our way into sections next week.”

The Section 6A championship meet will take place on Friday, March 19 at New London.

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NLS 143.650,
HLWW 119.100

ALL-AROUND — (1) Ciera Anderson, NLS, 36.575 (2) Kamryn Quenemoen, NLS, 34.9 (3) Riley Hintz, HLWW, 33.0
VAULT — (1) Lili Sampson, NLS, 9.425 (2) Quenemoen, NLS, 9.15 (3) Abby Knudsen, NLS, 9.125
BARS — (1) Anderson, NLS, 9.225 (2) Knudsen, NLS, 8.5 (3) Quenemoen, NLS, 8.4
BEAM — (1) Anderson, NLS, 9.1 (2) Knudsen, NLS, 9.0 (3) Ashlyn Olson, NLS, 8.55

FLOOR — (1) Olson, NLS, 9.375 (2) Quenemoen, NLS, 9.35 (3) Maddy Iverson, NLS, 9.25

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