Top gymnasts primed for state

Sumner, White River and Enumclaw athletes will be heading to sate this year.

Area gymnasts will take center stage this weekend, competing Thursday through Saturday in the state meet.

As usual, the statewide showdown, featuring athletes from all classifications, will take place in the Tacoma Dome Exhibition Hall. Gymnasts from the 1A through 3A classifications will compete Thursday and Friday, while the 4A girls compete Friday and Saturday. All earned state berths last weekend during district meets.

White River’s entire squad will be in Tacoma for the Class 2A competition. With just four girls, they could not qualify for team honors, but all with be in individual events. Headed to state from White River are Hannah McGinnes, Annelyse Anderson, Chylye Shillen and Erin McGinnes.

Making the state trip from Enumclaw, to compete in the 4A ranks are Macie Bosik, Katie Hardman, Leah Perry and Journi Salomon.

Sumner High will be represented in 4A action at state by Lindsy Hatch, Taylor Holmes, Madison Blanco, Morgan Devine and Emma Potts.

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