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GYMNASTICS: Letty Josefson leads Bemidji Aerials at Turkey Tumble

The Bemidji Aerials’ Silver Xcel team continued its season as seven gymnasts competed in the Turkey Tumble on Sunday in Minnetrista.

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BEMIDJI – The Bemidji Aerials Silver Xcel team continued its season as seven gymnasts competed in the Turkey Tumble on Sunday in Minnetrista.

Leading all Bemidji Aerials was Letty Josefson with a first-place finish on vault and an all-around score of 35.4, finishing 10th overall in the Junior category. Right behind her was Jackie Nicoson with an all-around score of 34.9.

Also competing in the Junior category for Bemidji were Bella Hagman, earning a 34.5 in all-around; Millie Thomas, 34.2; Hadley Peterson, 33.45; and Charlotte Bannor, 33.275.

Elizbeth Fuller competed in the Senior category, earning a 34.45 in all-around.

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