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Prep gymnastics: Wildcats edge Dragons

SPICER -- Litchfield's Chantell Andersen-Otto claimed the all-around but New London-Spicer edged the Dragons 122.7 to 119.85 on Friday at the Decision Hills Bible Camp.NLS' Mya Rohman placed second all-around and Rachael Terwisscha won the vault ...

SPICER - Litchfield’s Chantell Andersen-Otto claimed the all-around but New London-Spicer edged the Dragons 122.7 to 119.85 on Friday at the Decision Hills Bible Camp.
NLS’ Mya Rohman placed second all-around and Rachael Terwisscha won the vault and placed third all-around.
The Wildcats improved to 4-2 overall and 2-1 in the Wright County Conference. They compete next at the Big Lake Invitational on Jan. 5.
NLS 122.7,
Litchfield 119.85
ALL-AROUND - (1) Chantell Andersen-Otto, L, 32.8 (2) Mya Rohman, N, 31.25 (3) Rachael Terwisscha, N, 28.575
VAULT - (1) Terwisscha, N, 8.8 (2) Marley Virnig, L, 8.55 (3) Hannah Kingman, N, 8.475
BARS - (1) Andersen-Otto, L, 7.275 (2) Megan Birch, L, 7.075 (3) Lauren Dietz, N, 7.05
BEAM - (1) Andersen-Otto 8.575 (2) Rohman, N, 7.75 (3) (tie) Cassidy Molde, L, and Kira Novak, N, 7.125
FLOOR - (1) Andersen-Otto, L, 8.75 (2) Rohman, N, 8.675 (3) Kingman, N, 8.4

Late Thursday
West Central
Benson/KMS 120.950,
Paynesville/EVW 117.325
Meghan Osterbauer won three of four events to lead the Braves to a win on Thursday.
ALL-AROUND - (1) Meghan Osterbauer, B, 31.775 (2) Katelyn Mrozek, P, 29.725 (3) Heather Arnold, P, 29.6
VAULT - (1) Osterbauer, B, 8.35 (2) Mrozek, P, 8.3 (3) Shayla Burns, B, 8.2
BARS - (1) Burns, B, 6.875 (2) Abbie Swenson, P, 6.750 (3) Osterbauer, B, 6.675
BEAM - (1) Osterbauer, B, 8.25 (2) Arnold, P, 7.9 (3) Hannah Weber, B, 7.825
FLOOR - (1) Osterbauer, B, 8.5 (2) Sophie Ascheman, B, 8.3 (3) Mrozek, P, 8.25

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