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Girls gymnastics: Benson/KMS sets season high

Braves win at home against MAHACA, 139.650-119.450

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Girls Gymnastics
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BENSON — Benson/Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg scored a season high in a win over Morris/Hancock/Chokio-Alberta at Benson.

Libby McGeary won the all-around with a combined score of 37.35. She took first place in all four events: the vault (9.45); uneven bars (9.4); balance beam (9.05); and floor exercise (9.45).

Benson/KMS 139.650, MAHACA 119.450

ALL-AROUND — (1) Libby McGeary, BKMS, 37.35 (2) Lexie Hoberg, BKMS, 34.0 (3) Kaylin Steen, M, 30.675
VAULT — (1) McGeary, BKMS, 9.45 (2) Torie Andrews, BKMS, 8.95 (3) Hoberg, BKMS, 8.85
BARS — (1) McGeary, BKMS, 9.4 (2) Elise Duncan, BKMS, 8.3 (3) Taylor Rochner-Swart, BKMS, 8.1
BEAM — (1) McGeary, BKMS, 9.05 (2) Duncan, BKMS, 8.3 (3t) Hoberg, BKMS; and Gwen Wilcox, BKMS, 8.2
FLOOR — (1) McGeary, BKMS, 9.45 (2) Hoberg, BKMS, 9.1 (3) Duncan, BKMS, 8.9

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