Recording their highest score of the season, the Miami Trace gymnastics team won their quad competition Thursday, Feb. 7 held at Miamisburg High School.
Miami Trace had a team score of 121.3.
Kings was second with a 113.95 followed by Miamisburg, 98.45 and Centerville, 95.75.
Miami Trace juniors Devan Thomas and Maddy Southward took first and second place, respectfully, in the all-around competition. Thomas had a 32.25 scored and Southward tallied a 30.9.
Greeneview gymnast Lizzy Valentine stood in third place (30.65) and Miami Trace freshman Kandice Mathews placed seventh (27.75).
Also highlighting the competition was Alyssa Butler who won the vault scoring an 8.25. There were 21 competitors on the event.
Maddy Southward earned the championship title on floor exercise with an 8.7 awarded score from the judge. There were 20 competitors on floor exercise.
Thomas led her team in scoring with the following placements: vault, 3rd, 7.9; uneven bars, 3rd, 7.5; balance beam, 2nd, 8.55 and floor exercise, 5th, 8.3.
Valentine placed third in the all-around (30.65), fourth on uneven bars (7.5), eighth on balance beam, 6.9 and third on floor exercise, 8.6.
Miami Trace improved two of their event scores, balance beam and floor exercise.
The group worked hard to increase their personal best marks, achieving 11 new high scores, head coach Susan Holloway noted.