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Enumclaw gymnasts remain unbeaten
The Enumclaw High gymnastics team proved its dominance once again, winning a four-team meet at Decatur High in Federal Way.
The Jan. 9 meet saw the EHS girls total 165 team points. The host Gators were second with 157.75, followed by Todd Beamer’s 140.3 and Tahoma’s 135.8.
The Hornets swept the top three spots in the all-around competition. Olivia Bannerot claimed her usual spot at the top and was followed by teammates Molly Mattheis and Victoria Hernandez.
Bannerot won the floor exercise and bars, placed second in the vault and was 10th on the beam. Mattheis won the beam and was third in the bars, fourth in the vault and eighth in the floor exercise. Hernandez placed third in the vault and was fifth in the beam, bars and floor exercise.
Emily Berte was ninth in the all-around, placing second on the beam, fifth in the vault, 16th in the floor exercise and 21st on the bars. Tianna Johnston was 14th all-around after finishing sixth in the vault, 11th in the bars, 21st in the floor exercise and 22nd on the beam.
Maddison Ward competed in three events, finishing fourth in the floor, beam and bars. Maria Blad wound up seventh in the vault and tied for 11th in the floor exercise.
Also competing for EHS were: Nikki Wilson, 15th on the beam, 18th in the floor exercise; Taylor Amsbaugh, 19th bars and vault; Rhianna Paro, 23rd bars; Alanna Chynoweth, 25th vault; Keelie Crabb, 28th, beam; Madeline Petellin, 29th bars; Missy Sanders, 31st bars; and Jenny Irish, 31st vault.