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Gymnastics: Melrose tames Wildcats

SPICER -- Class A power Melrose was too much for a young New London-Spicer squad Tuesday as the Dutchmen earned a 144.9-127.05 win in a non-conference dual.

SPICER - Class A power Melrose was too much for a young New London-Spicer squad Tuesday as the Dutchmen earned a 144.9-127.05 win in a non-conference dual.

Melrose’s Lydia Butkowski - who placed third in all-around at last year’s state tournament - won vault, beam and floor, and was second on bars to win all-around honors with an impressive score of 37.725.

Mya Rohman was fourth and Rachel Vraa fifth in all-around for NLS.

Melrose 144.9, NLS 127.05

ALL-AROUND - (1) Lydia Butkowski, Mel, 37.725 (2) Kayla Austing, Mel, 35.1 (3) Greta Klaphake, Mel, 34.15 (4) Mya Rohman, NLS, 32.725 (5) Rachel Vraa, NLS, 31.625

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VAULT - (1) Butkowski 9.45 (2) Klaphake 9.425 (3) Lauren Kingston, Mel, 9.2 … (5) Rohman 9.1

BARS - (1) Mady Brinkman, Mel, 9.4 (2) Butkowski 9.325 (3) Austing 8.45 … (6) Rohman 7.625

BEAM - (1) Butkowski 9.45 (2) Brinkman 9.3 (3) Austing 8.725 … (5) Vraa 7.95 (6) Rohman 7.7

FLOOR - (1) Butkowski 9.5 (2) Austing 9.4 (3) Brinkman 9.325 (4) Courtney Henjum, NLS, 9.2

 

 

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