Craig, Parker gymnasts compete at sectionals

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Gazette staff
Friday, February 24, 2017

The season came to an end Thursday night for Janesville Craig and Parker’s gymnasts Thursday.

Competing in the Division 1 Mukwonago Sectional, the two city teams failed to advance any individuals to state.

The Franklin co-op team won the team title to advance, along with the runner-up Kenosha co-op team.

Craig’s Jenna Brandt was 12th in all-around for the city’s top finish.

“Obviously this was a very tough sectional with some extremely talented gymnasts,” Craig coach Jean Welch. “Unfortunately, we didn't have anyone qualify, but I am really proud of the way our girls competed. Although the score doesn't reflect it, this was our best meet of the year.”

Mukwonago Sectional


Franklin co-op 147.075, Kenosha co-op 146.750, Waukesha co-op 137.400, MKM co-op 137.350, Burlington/Badger co-op 134.650, Janesville Craig 126.875, West Allis DSHA co-op 122.300, Janesville Parker 108.025.


Vaulting—Samantha Weyker (Kenosha Co-Op), 9.900

Uneven bars—Elizabeth Missiaen (FMOW Co-Op), 9.425

Balance beam—Angelina Riley (Kenosha Co-Op), 9.550

Floor exercise—Molly O’Boyle (Kenosha Co-Op), 9.600

All around—O’Boyle (Kenosha Co-Op), 38.100


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