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Gymnastics: Warriors net 4th in CLC Championships

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SARTELL — Lauren Castle led the Brainerd Warriors with an all-around score of 34.75 to help the Warriors plae fourth as a team with a 136.475 score in the Central Lakes Conference Championships Saturday, Feb. 10, in Sartell.

Castle recorded top seven finishes on the vault, beam and floor. She scored a 9.1 on the floor, which was good for third place. She also netted a 9.1 on the vault.

Sophia White placed seventh in the all-around with a 34.15. On the beam, White tallied a fourth-place finish with an 8.9. She also got seventh on the bars with an 8.55.

Anaka Schroeder placed 11th in the all-around with a 33.825. She collected an eighth-place finish on the floor with an 8.875.

Team Scores 1-St. Cloud Tech 142.45, 2-Alexandria 136.775, 3-Willmar 136.55 4-Brainerd 136.475, 5-Sartell 135.75, 6-Fergus Falls 131.575

Vault: 1-Cmryn Balfanz (Tech) 9.425, 7-Lauren Castle (Brd) 9.1, 14-Anaka Schroeder (Brd) 8.95, 15-Sydney Jones (Brd) 8.95, 29-Sophia White (Brd) 8.250, 30-Payton Nations 8.1

Uneven parallel bars: 1-Lyndi Koosman (W) 9.125, 7-White 8.55, 16-Schroeder 7.95, 18-Jones 7.95, 20-Castle 7.875, 23-Brook Hennies (Brd) 7.825

Balance beam: 1-Madi Hengel (Tech) 9.15, 4-White 8.9, 7-Castle 8.675, 17-Schroeder 8.05, 22-Mayson Elde (Brd) 7.875, 26-Jones 7.525

Floor exercise: 1-Koosman 9.35, 3-Castle 9.1, 8-Schroeder 8.875, 9-Tia Bruggeman (Brd) 8.75, 13-Marin Ellingson (Brd) 8.675, 20-White 8.45

All-around: 1-Koosman 36.55, 4-Castle 34.75, 7-White 34.15, 11-Schroeder 33.825

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