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WHS gymnasts post another solid score, 142.75

The Worthington Trojans gymnastics team, recently judged No. 1 in Minnesota Class A on the basis of average scores, kept their average high Thursday night with a 142.75 to 122.0 victory over Pipestone Area in Pipestone. All of the top three finishes in every event went to the Trojans.

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PIPESTONE -- The Worthington Trojans gymnastics team, recently judged No. 1 in Minnesota Class A on the basis of average scores, kept their average high Thursday night with a 142.75 to 122.0 victory over Pipestone Area in Pipestone. All of the top three finishes in every event went to the Trojans.

Hali Bullerman won the uneven parallel bars competition with a 9.075 score while placing second in vault (9.275) and third on floor (9.15). She won the all-around competition with a 36.15, edging teammate Mekyla Nystrom, who scored a 36.075, and another teammate, Gracia Elias, who had 35.75.

Nystrom was first in the vaulting competition with a 9.325 while getting second on both the balance beam (8.925) and bars (8.7).

Elias won the beam with an 8.95 and the floor exercise with 9.35. She was third on vault (9.15) and third on bars (8.3).

Abby Bristow also had a fine meet for the Trojans, placing second on the floor (9.225) and third on the beam (8.85).

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Head coach Joni Reitmeier was pleased with the results.

“The girls had a real good meet,” she said. “They’ve been working real hard. The exciting thing is they still have a lot of things to work on.”

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