Enumclaw, White River gymnasts finish regular season with 5-team meet

Enumclaw High and White River gymnasts closed out the regular season Jan. 24 with a five-team meet at Auburn Riverside. Joining the competition were girls from Auburn Mountainview and Auburn High, along with the host Ravens.

The top all-around local performer was White River’s Erin McGinnes, who placed fourth overall. Fellow White River gymnasts Chylye Schillen, Hannah McGinnes and Annelyse Anderson finished 10th, 12th and 18th, respectively. Also in the all-around, Enumclaw High’s Journi Salomon was 13th, Katie Hardman was 14th, Macie Bosik was 16th, Willow Perry was 17th and Keely Schroeder was 19th. The top individual performance among the local gymnasts was turned in by Schillen, who posted a score of 8.55 to win the vault. She boosted her all-around total by tying for third in the floor exercise.

While compiling the top all-around score among the WR and EHS athletes, Erin McGinnes was fourth in the bars, fifth in the floor exercise, ninth in the vault and 10th on the beam.

Also with Top 10 scores were Hannah McGinnes, who tied for fourth in the vault and Hardman, who tied for fifth on the beam.

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