Gymnastics Roundup: Melrose clips New London-Spicer

Quenemoen, Olson finish 2-3 for Wildcats

Kamryn Quenemoen and Ashlyn Olson were 2-3 in the all-around for New London-Spicer in a loss to Melrose.

Quenemoen placed second in the all-around with a score of 35.2, bested only by the Dutchmen’s Courtney Althaus’s score of 35.925. Quenemoen tied for first in the vault with a score of 9.3 and also tying for third in the balance beam at 8.9.

Olson gave the Wildcats an all-around score of 34.575 while winning the floor exercise at 9.35.

Melrose 140.675,
NLS 135.850

ALL-AROUND — (1) Courtney Althaus, M, 35.925 (2) Kamryn Quenemoen, NLS, 35.2 (3) Ashlyn Olson, NLS, 34.575
VAULT — (T-1) Quenemoen, NLS, 9.3 (T-1) Camryn Brinkman, M, 9.3 (3) Maria Hinnenkamp, M, 9.2
BARS — (1) Althaus, M, 8.8 (2) Lea Costello, M, 8.4 (3) Miranda Gieske, M, 8.25
BEAM — (1) Althaus, M, 9.3 (2) Taylor Knudsen, NLS, 9.05 (T-3) Quenemoen, NLS, 8.9 (T-3) Hannah Hoppe, M, 8.9
FLOOR — (1) Olson, NLS, 9.35 (2) Althaus, M, 9.175 (3) Maretta VanBeck, M, 9.1
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