Enumclaw takes title, among those advancing to state-qualifying meet | GYMNASTICS

Advancing to the coming weekend’s state-qualifying meet at Mount Rainier High School are two full teams, Enumclaw and Auburn Mountainview.

  • Monday, February 8, 2016 3:25pm
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Here are results from last weekend’s SPSL 2A/3A gymnastics meet.

Advancing to the coming weekend’s state-qualifying meet at Mount Rainier High School are two full teams, Enumclaw and Auburn Mountainview. Rounding out the field are the top seven individuals in each event (not counting those on the Enumclaw and Auburn Mountainview rosters); in the all-around, it’s the top three.

The Enumclaw High roster consists of: All-around: Victoria Hernandez, Elise Dunning, Tianna Johnston, BriAnna Reisinger and Macie Bosik. Beam and floor exercise: Willow Perry, Bars: Emily Drozynski. Vault: Alicia Woodford.

Here are the other gymnasts advancing to Saturday’s meet (not part of EHS or AM):

VAULT

Emi Bacha, Sumner

Lauren Waters, Bonney Lake

Hannah McGinnes, White River

Megan McArthur, Auburn Riverside

Emma Potts, Sumner

Nikole Otto, Bonney Lake

Lindsy Hatch, Sumner

UNEVEN BARS

Emi Bacha, Sumner

Lauren Waters, Bonney Lake

Nikole Otto, Bonney Lake

Hannah McGinnes, White River

Emma Potts, Sumner

Annelyse Anderson, White River

Megan McArthur, Auburn Riverside

Amy Wedvik, Sumner

BALANCE BEAM

Nikole Otto, Bonney Lake

P. Sanpraphet, Auburn

Lauren Waters, Bonney Lake

Jessica Doghli, Auburn

Emi Bacha, Sumner

Emma Potts, Sumner

K. Kovalchuk, Auburn Riverside

FLOOR EXERCISE

K. Kovalchuk, Auburn Riverside

Emi Bacha, Sumner

Nikole Otto, Bonney Lake

Emma Potts, Sumner

Lauren Waters, Bonney Lake

Megan McArthur, Auburn Riverside

Jenna Eagle, Sumner

ALL AROUND

Ali Tate, Auburn

Hailey Taylor, Bonney Lake

Luba Migdal, Auburn Riverside

TEAM QUALIFIERS

Enumclaw Total 159.675

Auburn-Mountainview Total 152.400

 

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