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Gymnastics: Tigers host Milbank

MAHACA freshman Olivia Lebrija does a full rotation off the vault during competition Tuesday, Jan. 8, in Morris. She took second place in the event against Milbank Tuesday. Brooke Kern / Stevens County Times1 / 4
MAHACA freshman Callie Snell performs on the beam against Milbank Tuesday, Jan. 8, in Morris. Snell performed the only stuck beam routine for the Tigers Tuesday evening. Brooke Kern / Stevens County Times2 / 4
MAHACA freshman Tasha Koehl performs a handspring off the vault during competition against Milbank Tuesday, Jan. 8, in Morris. Brooke Kern / Stevens County Times3 / 4
MAHACA junior Greta Schaefer straights out on the bars prior to dismount during competition against Milbank Tuesday, Jan. 8, in Morris. Brooke Kern / Stevens County Times4 / 4

The Morris Area / Hancock / Chokio-Alberta gymnastics program fell 129.35 to 118.35 to Milbank Tuesday, Jan. 8, in Morris. It was the first dual for the Tigers in 2019 portion of the season.

Olivia Lebrija took third place in all around competition after a runner-up finish on the vault, third place finish on the floor, fourth place finish on the beam and fifth place finish on the bars.

Taylor Kill took fifth in all around competition and fifth on the floor.

Callie Snell performed a stuck beam routine.

Individually, two personal best scores were set and two were tied. The Tigers had two new season high event totals against Milbank.

The Tigers are next in action Saturday, Jan. 12, at the Moorhead Invitational in Moorhead.

Brooke Kern

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