Marshfield Takes GNC Large Division Conference Title; ties with SPASH for Conference Championship

Medford (OnFocus) – The Great Northern Conference held it’s Small and Large Gymnastics meet at Medford High School, during separate sessions. The Large Division competed Friday evening, with the Small Division taking to the floor on Saturday.

Marshfield took the conference meet team title with 133.925 points. SPASH finished second with 132.45 points. Marshfield and SPASH tied for the GNC Large Schools Division Conference Championship.

GNC Small School Division Conference Meet results

Katelyn Trowbridge of SPASH picked up the All-Around title with 35.025 points. Trowbridge took first on the balance beam and bars. She was recognized as the GNC Gymnast of the Year.

Tyla Weidman of Wisconsin Rapids finished first on the vault.

Wisconsin Rapids took third at the Conference Meet with 128.4 points.

Large School Individual Results(Top 5)

All Around

  • Katelyn Trowbridge, SPASH, 35.025
  • Catie  McPherson, Ashland 33.75
  • Ellie Jensen, Marshfield, 33.325
  • Hannah Merkel, Marshfield, 33.325
  • Claire Musolff, Antigo, 32.25
  • (12th) Alexis Mushel, Marshfield, 25.775

Vault

  • Tyla Weidman, WR, 8.95
  • Sophie Nikolay, Marshfield, 8.9
  • Emmalee Boucher, WR, 8.375
  • Mushel, WR 8.8
  • Musolff, Antigo 8.75

Balance Beam

  • Trowbridge, SPASH 8.575
  • Jensen, Marshfield 8.5
  • Maggie Kempen, SPASH 8.45
  • Catie McPherson, Ashland 8.35
  • Tori Deptula, WR 8.2

Bars

  • Trowbridge, SPASH 8.85
  • Merkel, Marshfield 8.65
  • Mushel, Marshfield 8
  • Jaycee Erickson, Ashland 7.9
  • Serenah Tippert, Marshfield 7.85

Floor

  • McPherson, Ashland 9
  • Mushel, Marshfield 8.975
  • Trowbridge, SPASH 8.875
  • Kaley Zarda, Antigo 8.85
  • Musolff, Antigo 8.8

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David Keech
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David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]