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£M — SUPREME Even with a broken hand to one of the top gymnasts, a scoring mishap that at one time put the team in third place and possibly the worst performance of the season on the beam, the Ames High girls' gymnastics team posted their first outright state title edging defending state champion Cedar Rapids Washington by less than two points. IL. ہج IT OE ES PREDA. AME AN " We were very consistent and got our points in our strong events,” said coach Suzie Kruse. ''| was very disappointed in our beam scores. We had to go first on beam. " Both Bonnie Gagnier and Julie Hutchison slipped off the beam and Lana Marty's 7.85 turned out to be Ames High's highest score on the beam. Next, Ames performed on tumbling where Hutchison placed fifth and vaulting where Marty placed first, | Gagnier second, and Mary Sullivan | sixth. Hutchison won the floor exercise event. The uneven parallel bars ended the competition for Ames where Gagnier | placed second and Sullivan placed sixth. Defending state all-around champion Gagnier placed second in the all- around. ‘‘Placing in the all-around at state is one of the biggest honors that a gymnast may receive,” said Kruse. ‘“| was glad that | could end my senior year as state champs,” said Sue Parks. ۱ ۱ ۱ ۱ ۱ ٰ | l 112 Gymnastics State we L] f , i Inset: CHALKING UP. Lana Marty and Teri Rogge prepare the parallel bars for competition. Center: NUMBER ONE. Coach Susie Kruse displays the first place trophy at the state meet. Bottom: BALANCE. Poised on the balance beam, Bonnie Gagnier demonstrates her athletic skill.
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