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Trojans gymnastics team captures New Prague meet

The Worthington Trojans gymnastics team captured a multi-team meet Saturday in New Prague. The Trojans compiled 139.25 points as a team, with Mankato East placing second at 138.75 and New Prague third at 138.3


As she has in each meet thus far this season, the Trojans’ Hali Bullerman won the all-around competition with a score of 37.4. The Worthington senior was first on the vault with a score of 9.55 and first on the beam with a 9.5. Bullerman also had a 9.5 score on the floor that placed her second in that event, and her mark of 8.85 earned her third place on the bars.


Additional placers for the Trojans on Saturday were Addison Gerber, third on the floor; Olivia Barber, seventh on the bars; and Brooklyn Dykstra, who tied for eighth on the floor.


WHS will next compete Thursday in a dual meet at Pipestone Area.




New National Junior College Athletic Association Division III Women’s Basketball rankings were released Monday, and the Minnesota West Lady Jays are ranked fourth.


The Bluejays, who currently have a record of 12-6, were ranked second nationally in the previous poll, which came out Dec. 11. Holding on to the top is Rochester, which has a record of 11-2. Owens Community College, despite an 8-7 record, is No. 2 this week, and 11-4 Northland – which defeated Minnesota West earlier this season – is ranked third. Anoka-Ramsey, which the Lady Jays beat on the road this past Saturday, is No. 5.




The Worthington Trojans wrestling team competed Saturday in the Dan Pansch Invitational tournament at Brandon Valley High School.


At 120 pounds, the Trojans’ Alex Galvez was defeated in the semifinals but then won his third-place match by a score of 14-3. At 138, Worthington’s Dalton Larson was edged 6-5 before earning a 14-5 win in consolation round 2. Larson was later beaten 7-3 in the consolation semifinals.


Sage Easterday of WHS lost in the quarterfinal round at 157, as did the Trojans’ Austin Gruis at 165 and Levi Hennings at 175. Hennings was also defeated in a pair of subsequent matches, Worthington’s Tony Fernandez, also competing at 175 pounds, was also beaten in the quarterfinals and then was defeated in consolation round 2.


Worthington was one of 13 schools participating in Saturday’s event.


On Friday night, the Trojan wrestling team competed at a triangular meet in Fulda and went 0-2.

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