Platteville Coed Varsity Gymnastics

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Platteville High School Coed Varsity Gymnastics finishes 2nd place

Friday, February 17, 2017 5:30 PM Place 2 Points 132 Meet Recap The PBL gymnastic team finishes second with a score of 132.325 at the SWC conference meet. Dodge-Point won the meet with a 135.9. 3.) Southwestern/Cuba City/Benton (131.5) 4.) Prairie du Chein (111.8) 5.)River Valley (103.65) The PBL gymnasts had a strong start to

Platteville High School Coed Varsity Gymnastics finishes 4th place

Saturday, February 11, 2017 11:00 AM Place 4 Points 131 Meet Recap The Lisa Steger Invitational honors the PBL State championship winning coach who passed away at and early age from cancer. Grace Hammermeister was awarded the Lisa Steger Memeorial scholarship. Mt Horeb won the Invitation with an Impressive 139.7 points. The teams placing second

Platteville High School Coed Varsity Gymnastics finishes 1st place

Tuesday, February 7, 2017 6:00 PM Place 1 Points 130 Meet Recap The Platteville/Belmont/Lancaster gymnastic team scored their season high to beat Southwestern/Cuba City/Benton in a SWC duel meet. The team started on uneven bars. Mikayla Vincent (8.325) lead the team with a tie for first place. Allison Stader, Lizzy Haag and Grace Hammermeister also

Platteville High School Coed Varsity Gymnastics finishes 7th place

Saturday, February 4, 2017 11:00 AM Place 7 Points 126 Meet Recap The Platteville/Belmont/Lancaster gymnastic places 7th out of 8 team in a invitational where they were the only division two school.We continue to see improvement on floor with Grace Hammermeister (2nd 9.4), Allison Stader (8.55), Brooke Pagliaro (8.075) and Lindsey Wolf (8.4) having excellent

Platteville High School Coed Varsity Gymnastics finishes 1st place

Monday, January 30, 2017 6:00 PM Place 1 Points 128 Meet Recap The Platteville/Belmont/Lancaster team post their highest score of the season. The team started on the uneven bars with Belmont freshman Lizzy Haag (8.025) scoring a personal best and winning the event. Mikayla Vincent placed second (7.7) and Allison Stader (7.55) was third. Our