Hodags take Gymnastics Triangular
- In Gymnastics Monday night, Rhinelander was hosting a triangular. The Hodags faced Chequamegon and Lakeland.
On the Uneven Bars, Chequamegon's Alexis Stueber finished 3rd in the event with a 7.025.
On the floor exercise, Lakeland's Danielle Peterson stuck her landing. She was 5th in the event with a 7.70 score.
Rhinelander's Elle Spiegelhoff shined on the balance beam with a 7.90. She also won the all-around.
Rhinelander won the triangular with a 119.35. Chequamegon was second. Lakeland third.
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