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GYMNASTICS: Lumberjacks beat Little Falls in dual meet

BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji High School gymnastics team won all four events, and had the top individual all-around gymnast, as the Lumberjacks beat Little Falls 126.400-105.200 on Tuesday at the Gym Bin.The Lumberjacks were led by Steph Lauderbaugh, w...

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Bemidji freshman Kaitlyn Tennyson competes in the uneven bars during the Lumberjacks’ dual meet against Little Falls on Tuesday at the Gym Bin. Jack Hittinger | Bemidji Pioneer
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BEMIDJI - The Bemidji High School gymnastics team won all four events, and had the top individual all-around gymnast, as the Lumberjacks beat Little Falls 126.400-105.200 on Tuesday at the Gym Bin.
The Lumberjacks were led by Steph Lauderbaugh, who had the best all-around score of 31.050. She took first in the bars with 8.150 and also was second in the floor exercise with a score of 8.400.
Kaitlyn Tennyson won the floor with a score of 8.500. Liz Corradi took first in the vault with 9.050 and Anna Corradi was first in the balance beam with a score of 8.050.
Alexis Solo was second in the all-around competition with an average score of 29.750.
The Lumberjacks return to the gym Friday when they travel to Park Rapids.

Bemidji 126.400, Little Falls 105.200
Bemidji results
Vault (34.200): Steph Laderbaugh 8.250, Alexis Solo 8.250, Isabelle Morin 8.600, Shelly Landgren 8.300, Liz Corradi 9.050.
Bars (30.150): Steph Laderbaugh 8.150, Alexis Solo 7.150, Serenati Melcher 7.650, Kaitlyn Tennyson 7.200, Shelly Landgren 6.700.
Beam (29.200): Steph Laderbaugh 6.250, Alexis Solo 6.500, Isabelle Morin 7.900, Anna Corradi 8.050, Ellie Thompson 6.750.
Floor (32.850): Steph Laderbaugh 8.400, Alexis Solo 7.850, Isabelle Morin 7.700, Serenati Melcher 8.100, Kaitlyn Tennyson 8.500.
All-Around: Steph Laderbaugh 31.050, Alexis Solo 29.750, Isabelle Morin 24.200, Serenati Melcher 15.750, Kaitlyn Tennyson 15.700, Shelby Landgren 15.000, Liz Corradi 9.050, Anna Corradi 8.050, Ellie Thompson 6.750.

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