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Gymnastics: Cards begin with a bang, subdue Apollo in opening meet

ST. CLOUD - The Willmar gymnastics team started its season in grand fashion, surpassing 140 points in an easy victory over St. Cloud Apollo on Thursday.The Cardinals won 141.525 to 106.05.Willmar's Kendall Hein won two events and placed first all...

ST. CLOUD – The Willmar gymnastics team started its season in grand fashion, surpassing 140 points in an easy victory over St. Cloud Apollo on Thursday.
The Cardinals won 141.525 to 106.05.
Willmar’s Kendall Hein won two events and placed first all-around. Haley Mottinger won the vault and was second all-around, and Bronwyn Tollefson placed first on the beam.
The Cardinals compete in the Becker Invitational on Saturday.
Willmar 141.525, St. Cloud Apollo 106.05
ALL-AROUND - (1) Kendall Hein, Wil, 35.6 (2) Haley Mottinger, Wil, 35.55 (3) Jolissa Lara, Wil, 35.1
VAULT - (1) Mottinger, 9.5 (2) tie, Hein and Lara, each 9.2 (4) Bronwyn Tollefson, Wil, 9.0 (5) Presleigh Schrupp, Wil, 8.95
BARS - (1) Hein 8.775 (2) tie, Mottinger and Sarah Voigt, SCA, each 8.6 (4) Lara 8.45 (5) Alexis Miley, Wil, 8.225
BEAM - (1) Hein 8.85 (2) Miley 8.725 (3) Olivia Welsh, Wil, 8.575 (4) Lara 8.45
FLOOR - (1) Tollefson 9.15 (2) tie, Mottinger and Voigt, each 9.1 (4) Miley 9.075 (5) tie, Lara and Hein, each 8.825

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