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The Antigo gymnastics team traveled to Tomah High School Saturday to compete in the 2018 Candy Cane Twist Invitational. 

The squad finished third overall, scoring nearly four points higher than its previous best score this season, with a 118.475.  Marshfield won the meet with a final team score of 135.100

The highest scoring event for the team came on the floor exercise.  Antigo's floor score was 32.000, being beaten only by Marshfield.

Maggie Winter scored the highest individual score on the event with an 8.625, finishing in sixth place.  Claire Musolff and Kaylee Zarda were both also able to score in the eight-point range, with an 8.075 and an 8.00, earning ninth and 11th places, respectively.

Chloe Steber scored a 7.300 in 20th place, followed by a 6.7125 by Erin Zirngible.  

“We were very happy with our floor, as we executed very well there today,” Head Coach Julie Langseth commented, “However, on vault, we lacked dynamics. It was our first event, and we just came out a bit flat.”

On the team's first event, Musolff was the highest scorer for the Robins, with an 8.100 in 11th place, while Winter scored an 8.050 in 13th place.  Kaylee Zarda scored a 7.950, finishing in 16th place, while Chloe Decker and Steber finished in 23rd and 34th place with scores of 7.550 and 6.925, respectively.

“We have been putting a lot of time in on bars, and it's starting to show as we made some good improvements there,” Langseth added.

Winter finished third on uneven bars with a score of 8.050, Musolff finished 13th with a 6.750, and Zarda finished in 22nd with a 5.975, followed by Steber in 23rd with a 5.950.

On balance beam, Winter finished in 6th place with a score of 8.100.  Hannah Nonnenmacher made her varsity debut for the season, scoring a 6.900, finishing in 23rd place, and second for the team.  Kaylee Zarda finished in 24th place with a 6.850, Steber finished in 29th with a 6.350, and Musolff finished in 30th with a 6.300.

“We still took a lot of falls on beam, so we will be sure to continue working on consistency through repetition,” Langseth added.

Winter once again finished first for the team in the all-around competition, scoring a 32.825, earning a fifth-place finish overall.  Musolff finished in 11th with a 29.225, Zarda finished with a 28.775, in 13th place, and Steber finished in 19th place with a score of 26.425.

The team was also able to compete as a junior varsity squad.  The JV team finished fourth with a score of 49.250, without a full roster. 

A few of the top performances for the team included a 7.500 on vault by Nonnenmacher in sixth place, a 5.300 on bars by Sarah Stickney in sixth place, a 6.500 on floor by Sienna Sambs in eighth place, a 5.400 on beam by Rylee Schroeder in eighth place, and a third-place finish by Zirngible on beam with a 6.700.

The team will host SPASH on Tuesday evening in the Sheldon Fieldhouse at Antigo High School for its first conference dual meet.  Competition begins at 5:45.



Antigo Gymnastics

Non-Conference Invitational

Tomah High School

Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018

(Top three with Antigo placements)



Vault1. Gracie Holland (MHS), 9.275; 2. Emma Haugen (MHS), 8.700; 3. Brooke McGrath (MHS), 8.550; 11. Claire Musolff (AHS), 8.100; 13. Maggie Winter (AHS), 8.050; 16. Kaylee Zarda (AHS), 7.975; 23. Chloe Decker (AHS), 7.550; 34. Chloe Steber (AHS), 6.925.

Uneven Bars1. Gracie Holland (MHS), 9.375; 2. Emma Haugen (MHS), 8.300; 3. Maggie Winter (AHS), 8.050; 13. Claire Musolff (AHS), 6.750; 22. Kaylee Zarda (AHS), 5.950; 23. Chloe Steber (AHS), 5.850.

Balance Beam 1. Gracie Holland (MHS), 9.350; 2. Addy Bengston (CFHS), 8.900; 3. Emma Haugen (MHS), 8.650; 6. Maggie Winter (AHS), 8.100; 23. Hannah Nonnenmacher (AHS), 6.900; 24. Kaylee Zarda (AHS), 6.850; 29. Chloe Steber (AHS), 6.350; 30. Claire Musolff (AHS), 6.300.

Floor Exercise1. Gracie Holland (MHS), 9.050; 2. Lily Wiegand (SHS), 8.875; 3. Emma Haugen (MHS), 8.800; 6. Maggie Winter (AHS), 8.625; 9. Claire Musolff (AHS), 8.075; 11. Kaylee Zarda (AHS), 8.00; 20. Chloe Steber (AHS), 7.300; 26. Erin Zirngible (AHS), 6.7125.

All-Around1. Gracie Holand (MHS), 37.050; 2. Emma Haugen (MHS), 34.450; 3. Lily Wiegand (SHS), 33.525; 5. Maggie Winter (AHS), 32.825; 11. Claire Musolff (AHS), 29.225; 13. Kaylee Zarda (AHS), 28.775; 19. Chloe Steber (AHS), 26.425.
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Antigo gymnasts post season's best score at Tomah Invitational
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The Antigo gymnastics team traveled to Tomah High School Saturday to compete in the 2018 Candy Cane Twist Invitational. 

The squad finished third overall, scoring nearly four points higher than its previous best score this season, with a 118.475.  Marshfield won the meet with a final team score of 135.100

The highest scoring event for the team came on the floor exercise.  Antigo's floor score was 32.000, being beaten only by Marshfield.

Maggie Winter scored the highest individual score on the event with an 8.625, finishing in sixth place.  Claire Musolff and Kaylee Zarda were both also able to score in the eight-point range, with an 8.075 and an 8.00, earning ninth and 11th places, respectively.

Chloe Steber scored a 7.300 in 20th place, followed by a 6.7125 by Erin Zirngible.  

“We were very happy with our floor, as we executed very well there today,” Head Coach Julie Langseth commented, “However, on vault, we lacked dynamics. It was our first event, and we just came out a bit flat.”

On the team's first event, Musolff was the highest scorer for the Robins, with an 8.100 in 11th place, while Winter scored an 8.050 in 13th place.  Kaylee Zarda scored a 7.950, finishing in 16th place, while Chloe Decker and Steber finished in 23rd and 34th place with scores of 7.550 and 6.925, respectively.

“We have been putting a lot of time in on bars, and it's starting to show as we made some good improvements there,” Langseth added.

Winter finished third on uneven bars with a score of 8.050, Musolff finished 13th with a 6.750, and Zarda finished in 22nd with a 5.975, followed by Steber in 23rd with a 5.950.

On balance beam, Winter finished in 6th place with a score of 8.100.  Hannah Nonnenmacher made her varsity debut for the season, scoring a 6.900, finishing in 23rd place, and second for the team.  Kaylee Zarda finished in 24th place with a 6.850, Steber finished in 29th with a 6.350, and Musolff finished in 30th with a 6.300.

“We still took a lot of falls on beam, so we will be sure to continue working on consistency through repetition,” Langseth added.

Winter once again finished first for the team in the all-around competition, scoring a 32.825, earning a fifth-place finish overall.  Musolff finished in 11th with a 29.225, Zarda finished with a 28.775, in 13th place, and Steber finished in 19th place with a score of 26.425.

The team was also able to compete as a junior varsity squad.  The JV team finished fourth with a score of 49.250, without a full roster. 

A few of the top performances for the team included a 7.500 on vault by Nonnenmacher in sixth place, a 5.300 on bars by Sarah Stickney in sixth place, a 6.500 on floor by Sienna Sambs in eighth place, a 5.400 on beam by Rylee Schroeder in eighth place, and a third-place finish by Zirngible on beam with a 6.700.

The team will host SPASH on Tuesday evening in the Sheldon Fieldhouse at Antigo High School for its first conference dual meet.  Competition begins at 5:45.



Antigo Gymnastics

Non-Conference Invitational

Tomah High School

Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018

(Top three with Antigo placements)



Vault1. Gracie Holland (MHS), 9.275; 2. Emma Haugen (MHS), 8.700; 3. Brooke McGrath (MHS), 8.550; 11. Claire Musolff (AHS), 8.100; 13. Maggie Winter (AHS), 8.050; 16. Kaylee Zarda (AHS), 7.975; 23. Chloe Decker (AHS), 7.550; 34. Chloe Steber (AHS), 6.925.

Uneven Bars1. Gracie Holland (MHS), 9.375; 2. Emma Haugen (MHS), 8.300; 3. Maggie Winter (AHS), 8.050; 13. Claire Musolff (AHS), 6.750; 22. Kaylee Zarda (AHS), 5.950; 23. Chloe Steber (AHS), 5.850.

Balance Beam 1. Gracie Holland (MHS), 9.350; 2. Addy Bengston (CFHS), 8.900; 3. Emma Haugen (MHS), 8.650; 6. Maggie Winter (AHS), 8.100; 23. Hannah Nonnenmacher (AHS), 6.900; 24. Kaylee Zarda (AHS), 6.850; 29. Chloe Steber (AHS), 6.350; 30. Claire Musolff (AHS), 6.300.

Floor Exercise1. Gracie Holland (MHS), 9.050; 2. Lily Wiegand (SHS), 8.875; 3. Emma Haugen (MHS), 8.800; 6. Maggie Winter (AHS), 8.625; 9. Claire Musolff (AHS), 8.075; 11. Kaylee Zarda (AHS), 8.00; 20. Chloe Steber (AHS), 7.300; 26. Erin Zirngible (AHS), 6.7125.

All-Around1. Gracie Holand (MHS), 37.050; 2. Emma Haugen (MHS), 34.450; 3. Lily Wiegand (SHS), 33.525; 5. Maggie Winter (AHS), 32.825; 11. Claire Musolff (AHS), 29.225; 13. Kaylee Zarda (AHS), 28.775; 19. Chloe Steber (AHS), 26.425.
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