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Gymnastics team leaving Tuesday for state tournament

Worthington Trojan gymnast Olivia Barber competes in the floor routine Saturday during the Section 3A gymnastics meet at Pipestone Area High School.
Worthington Trojan gymnast Olivia Barber competes in the floor routine Saturday during the Section 3A gymnastics meet at Pipestone Area High School.
Tim Middagh/The Globe

WORTHINGTON — The Worthington High School gymnastics team, which qualified Saturday for a ninth consecutive season for the Minnesota state Class A gymnastics tournament, will leave Worthington Tuesday night at 6 p.m. from the local gymnastics facility.
The team will be escorted out of town by the police and fire department going down Oxford Street. They will be occupying two vans.

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The 2022-23 Red Rock Conference boys basketball season came to a close last Saturday as Southwest Minnesota Christian lost 98-57 to Russell-Tyler-Ruthton in the Section 3A semifinals
The Worthington High School gymnastics team, which just completed competing in the state tournament, had five athletes named to the 2023 All-Big South Conference team. And the WHS girls hockey team saw one player selected for its team, senior Riley Nickel.
Hali Bullerman finished 10th in the Minnesota Class A gymnastics all around. Kelsey Soleta performed in her final meet as a gymnast for WHS.

Due to the late announcement of the early exit from Worthington (due to an expected winter storm), there will not be a send-off for the Trojans. But there will be a celebration when they return from the Twin Cities, the time to be determined.

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