Arrow Gymnastics take first at tri
HURON, S.D. (GoWatertown.net) — Watertown Arrow Gymnastics would come away with a victory at the Huron Triangular Thursday with a score of 144.850. Huron would take second place with a 129.550 and Britton-Hecla third with a 110.300.
Myah Morris would come away victorious on the vault (9.500), bars (9.600) and would place second in the all-around (36.350).
Brook Bollinger would take first place in the all-around (36.950), floor exercise (9.750) and would place second on the bars (9.400).
Natalie Benson would place first in the balance beam (9.050) and fifth in the all-around 34.400).
Peyton Kulessa would take second place in the vault (9.250), third in the floor exercise (9.450) and seventh in the all-around (33.400).
Watertown Arrow Gymnastics will head to Brookings this Saturday for an invite.
(Brent Nathaniel, Watertown Radio Sports)