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Gymnastics: Jackets take fourth in Princeton

Results from Perham gymnastics in Princeton.

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The Perham gymnastics team took fourth place at the Clemensen Invitational in Princeton on Saturday behind standout performances from Brittney Lorentz and Avery Mcallister.

Lorentz finished with a team-high all-around score of 35.55, with her highest mark coming on the vault at 9.1. Lorentz’s consistency carried her as she did not have an individual score below 8.5.

McAllister continued to impress on the vault and the beam. She recorded a 9.4 in each routine to lead all Yellowjackets in the two events. Aryanna Myers scored a 9.3 on the beam and a 9.1 on the floor to add to her all-around total of 26.75. Gracie Morris and Cailyn Greisen also scored in three events.

Perham heads to Detroit Lakes for the second dual meet of the season between the two Section 8A rivals at 6 p.m. on Friday.

TEAM SCORES- 1st- Hopkins 143.05, 2nd- Bemidji 140.85, 3rd- Elk-River Zimmerman 140.35, 4th- Perham 138.85, 5th- North Branch 129.2, 6th- Rush City-Pine City-Hinckley 125.65, 7th- Detroit Lakes 120.55, 8th- Princeton 118.5

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PERHAM INDIVIDUAL SCORES- VAULT- Brittney Lorentz 9.1, Avery McAllister 9.4, Gracie Morris, 8.25, Cailyn Greisen 8.6, Elisa Reuter 8.55; BARS- Lorentz 8.5, McAllister 7.4, Aryanna Myers 8.35, Greisen 7.55, Reuter 7.4; BEAM- Lorentz 8.95, McAllister 9.4, Myers 9.3, Morris 8.6, Stephanie Bernstetter 8.1; FLOOR- Borentz 9.0, McAllister 8.65, Myers 9.1, Morris 7.85, Greisen 8.4

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