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NEWS STORIES

Antigo ready for eleventh straight trip to state gymnasticsSubmitted: 03/05/2014
Story By Joe Dufek


ANTIGO - This weekend the Antigo Red Robins will be competing at the state gymnastics meet.

It's the 11th straight year, Antigo has qualified for meet as a team.

During that time, Antigo won the D2 state championship in 2008.

Head coach Julie Langseth is in her 23rd year with Antigo.

The Red Robins are strong on the floor and balance beam. After a weak start, their work on the uneven bars has improved all season.


Antigo is pumped to be heading back to Wisconsin Rapids for state.

"It's an accomplishment - it says a lot about our program," Antigo head coach Julie Langseth explains. "Certainly we have a tradition. We know what it takes as far as consistency. The girls do a lot of work which is helpful."


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