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‘Jackets win Sect. 8A gymnastics title

Published 10:46am Monday, February 18, 2013

PARK RAPIDS — The Perham Yellowjacket gymnastics team was able to edge the Detroit Lakes Lakers to claim their 11th straight gymnastics title Saturday.

The Yellowjackets score of 145.05 was just good enough as the Lakers took runner-up honors with 144.175. Little Falls rounded out the top three with a 131.675 score.

The Fergus Falls gymnastics team finished in fifth with 125.025.

“The girls finished their season well today,” Otter coach Erin Larson said.

Carolina Wagnild had personal bests on the vault and beam with scores of 8.4 and 7.9, while teammate Camryn Appert had bests on beam and floor with 8.15 and an 8.275 and a best all around score of 32.175.

“We made some great improvements this season and the girls are already thinking ahead to next season. It will be exciting to see them continue to improve in the future,” added Larson.


Team Results:

1. Perham 145.05; 2. Detroit Lakes 144.175; 3. Little Falls 131.675; 4. Bemidji 129.575; 5. Fergus Falls 125.025; 6. Long Prairie 110.85; 7. Park Rapids 98.1; 8. Frazee 97.675


Individual Results (FF):


Camryn Appert 19th; Carolina Wagnild 21st; McKenna Hatlewick 25th; Chandler Frigaard 25th (tie); Laura Enderson 28th



Wagnild 15th; Appert 17th; Frigaard 21st; Hatlewick 22nd; Enderson 24th



Appert 11th; Frigaard 13th; Wagnild 15th; Enderson 26th; Kim Conrad 32nd



Frigaard 11th; Appert 16th; Hatlewick 21st; Enderson 25th; Wagnild 26th


All Around

Appert 9th; Frigaard 11th; Wagnild 14th; Enderson 15th

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