MT gymnasts compete at Marysville


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Abby Arledge performs her back handspring on the balance beam.


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Morgan Eggleton poses on the balance beam.


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Victoria Waits casts away from the high bar.


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The Miami Trace Panther gymnasts recently traveled to Marysville High School for a tri-meet.

The host team won the meet posting a 131.2 team score. Upper Arlington took second, 127.7 while Miami Trace earned a 118.75.

Morgan Eggleton perform her first optional floor exercise routine at the meet. The team improved six individual scores as recorded by the judges.

Placing in the meet were: vault: Victoria Waits, 6th (7.7); uneven bars: Abby Arledge, 6th (7.8); Devan Thomas, 7th, (7.7); balance beam: Abby Arledge, 4th, (8.15); Devan Thomas, 5th, (8.1); floor exercise: Abby Arledge, 4th (8.5) and Devan Thomas, 7th (8.15).

Abby Arledge performs her back handspring on the balance beam.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/01/web1_Abby-Arledge-on-beam.jpgAbby Arledge performs her back handspring on the balance beam. Courtesy photos

Morgan Eggleton poses on the balance beam.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/01/web1_Morgan-Eggleton-on-beam.jpgMorgan Eggleton poses on the balance beam. Courtesy photos

Victoria Waits casts away from the high bar.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/01/web1_Victoria-Waits-on-high-bar.jpgVictoria Waits casts away from the high bar. Courtesy photos

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