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Gymnastics: Schneekloth, Schuett lead JCC gymnasts

JACKSON -- It was a close battle between Brooklyn Schuett and Abby Schneekloth all night in Thursday's gymnastics meet. Schneekloth and Schuett combined to win three of the four events for Jackson County Central in its victory over New Ulm. The H...

JACKSON -- It was a close battle between Brooklyn Schuett and Abby Schneekloth all night in Thursday’s gymnastics meet.

Schneekloth and Schuett combined to win three of the four events for Jackson County Central in its victory over New Ulm. The Huskies scored a 136.475, while the Eagles had a 128.475.

Schneekloth won the vault with a 9.15, while Hailey Handevidt had an 8.9 to finish second. Schneekloth also won the bars with an 8.6, while Schuett tied for second with an 8.3.

Handevidt won the beam with an 8.4, while Sophie Johnson had an 8.075 to finish second. Schuett was third with a 7.95.

Schuett won the floor with a 9.25, while Schneekloth and Handevidt tied for second with an 8.975.

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In the all-around, Schuett narrowly defeated Schneekloth. Schuett scored a 34.2, while Schneekloth had a 34.25. Handevidt was third with a 32.9.

The Huskies are off until Jan. 3, when they host Blue Earth.

Hendricks at Luverne LUVERNE -- Greta Johnson won the vault, uneven parallel bars and floor exercise Thursday for her Hendricks high school gymnastics team, but Luverne won the meet.

The Cardinals scored 133.425 points, while Hendricks had 132.450.

Johnson posted a 9.05 score on the vault, an 8.55 on the bars and a 9.45 on the floor. She was first in the all-around with a 35.6.

Luverne’s Samantha Pierce tallied an 8.450 for first place on the balance beam. Teammate Madison Schandelmeier was second in the all-around with a 33.975 after tying for third place on vault, capturing second on bars and third on beam.

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