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Gymnastics: Tigers fourth at hosted invite

Brooke Kern / Stevens County Times1 / 4
Brooke Kern / Stevens County Times2 / 4
Brooke Kern / Stevens County Times3 / 4
Brooke Kern / Stevens County Times4 / 4

Benson/KMS/Montevideo took the team victory and the top finishers in Saturday, Dec. 2’s Morris Area/Hancock/Chokio-Alberta Invitational. The Tigers took fourth in the six-team invite.

BKMS’ Mariah Ahrndt led the team and the field with a 35.2 score in the all-around competition, edging teammate Makenna Kelley, who finished with a 34.45.

New London-Spicer took second place overall at 130.9, just behind Benson/KMS/Montevideo's 133, in part thanks to third place finisher Emily Novak who totaled 33.3 points in the all-around.

The Tigers continue open the duel season against Fergus Falls Tuesday, Dec. 5 in Morris.

MAHACA Invitational

TEAM SCORING – (1) Benson / KMS / Montevideo 133 (2) New London-Spicer 130.9 (3) Long Prairie - Grey Eagle / Browerville 125.35 (4) Morris Area / Hancock / Chokio-Alberta 110.95 (5) Detroit Lakes 107.9 (6) Park Rapids / Menahga / Nevis 100.75

Individual participants – MAHACA only

ALL-AROUND — Olivia Lebrija 30.5, Callie Snell 25.6, Madelyn Siegel 25.15

VAULT — Lebrija 8.4, Snell 8, Julia Gocha 7.8, Shannon Kill 7.7, Kate Giese 7.4, Sara Hoffman 7.4, Siegel 6.9, Valerie Messner 6.8

BARS — Lebrija 6.35, Gocha 5.3, Nicole Gillespie 4.5, Snell 4.5, Siegel 4.3, Hoffman 3.5, Messner 3.1, Caryn Marty 3

BEAM — (5) Giese 7.8, Lebrija 7.2, Siegel 6.3, Tasha Koehl 6.2, Messner 5.9, Snell 5.85, Marty 5.8, Reegan Sletten 5.35

FLOOR — (5) Lebrija 8.55, Kali Berlinger 7.7, Giese 7.65, Siegel 7.65, Snell 7.25, Sophie DeToy 6.7, Gillespie 5.7, Koehl 5.7

Brooke Kern

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