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PREP GYMNASTICS: Three JCC gymnasts finish in top 32

Submitted Photo The Huskies Brandi Sether-Hassing performs her floor routine during the Class A Individual Minnesota State Gymnastics Champions at the University of Minnesota Sports Pavilion Saturday.1 / 4
Submitted Photo The Huskies' Adriane Rentschler performs her floor routine during the Class A Individual Minnesota State Gymnastics Champions at the University of Minnesota Sports Pavilion Saturday.2 / 4
Submitted Photo The Huskies' Sydnee Donnelli performs her routine on the balance beam during the Class A Individual Minnesota State Gymnastics Champions at the University of Minnesota Sports Pavilion Saturday.3 / 4
Submitted Photo The Trojans' Paige Kinley performs her routine on the balance beam during the Class A Individual Minnesota State Gymnastics Champions at the University of Minnesota Sports Pavilion Saturday.4 / 4

MINNEAPOLIS -- Jackson County Central had three athletes finish among the top 32 in the all-around during the MSHSL Individual Gymnastics State Championships on Saturday at the University of Minnesota Sports Pavilion.

The Huskies' Brandi Sether-Hassing placed 13th in the all-around, one spot ahead of Sydnee Donnelli, who ended up 14th. Adriane Rentschler finished 29th.

Sether-Hassing scored a 36.425 in the all-around. She had an 8.925 on the vault (did not place), an 8.825 on the uneven bars (19th place), a 9.350 on the balance beam (eighth place) and a 9.325 on the floor excerise (14th place).

Donnelli recorded a 36.275 in the all-around. She had a 9.300 on the vault (14th place), an 8.750 on the uneven bars (23rd place), an 8.975 on the balance beam (did not place) and a 9.250 on the floor excerise (16th place).

Rentschler posted a 34.300 in the all-around. She had an 8.700 on the vault (32nd place), an 8.500 on the uneven bars (did not place), an 8.750 on the balance beam (24th place) and an 8.350 on the floor excersise (did not place).

Jackson County Central's Brooklyn Schuett, who qualified for only the floor exercise, placed 24th with an 8.950.

Worthington's Paige Kinley scored a 9.075 to place 17th on the balance beam. She added an 8.875 to place 25th on the floor exercise.

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