Area Division 1 high school gymnasts competed at the Burlington Sectional on Thursday night.
Rebout helped the Cougars to a third-place team finish with 132.30 points. Sun Prairie won the Big Eight crown with 135.35, edging Madison Memorial by less than a point. Janesville Parker was eighth.
Ariyana Stalsberg held off two teammates to win the all-around title, leading the Janesville Craig High gymnastics team to a sweep at a Big Eight Conference triple-dual Monday at Madison Memorial.
Bronson won two events and the all-around to lead Burlington to the team title with a score of 144.75. The Kenosha co-op was second and the Waukesha co-op third.
Janesville Craig’s Olivia Rebout finished in the top 10 in three events and the all around to lead city gymnasts who participated in the two-division Spartan Invitational at Madison Memorial High on Saturday.
After being on the wrong end of a couple narrow defeats, Craig edged Middleton 131.725 to 129.75 on Thursday night.
Verona/Edgewood topped Janesville Parker 127.1-106.45 in a Big Eight Conference gymnastics meet Monday night.
The high school gymnastics landscape will take on a new shape starting next season. Co-op programs will be downsized to promote growth in the sport, and to hopefully, help level the playing field.
Janesville Craig edged Madison West and Janesville Parker fell to Middleton in Big Eight Conference girls gymnastics Thursday night.
Craig's Olivia Rebout won on uneven bars and captured the all-around, but Craig lost a heartbreaker of a Big Eight Conference dual meet, 127.65-127.6, to Verona/Edgewood.
Olivia Rebout won the all-around Tuesday with a score of 32.150, Ariyana Stalsberg was second and the Cougars topped Janesville Parker, 123.175-101.925, in a crosstown rivalry dual meet to open the Big Eight Conference season.
Gazette sports writer John Barry wraps up the winter sports season with a couple of individual and team awards, along with a look at his crystal ball predictions for the state basketball tournaments.
Burlington's Regan Cassidy finished 14th in the Division 1 all-around, while Elkhorn's Cameron Jacobson was 15th in the Division 2 all-around Saturday in Wisconsin Rapids.
The Elks scored 135.1667 points Friday during the WIAA Division 2 team competition to finish fourth out of 10 teams. Whitefish Bay scored 141.7167 points to win its third straight state championship.
The Elks will compete today in the WIAA Division 2 team state competition, and several Elkhorn individuals will be in action Saturday during the individual competition
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Elkhorn is ranked No. 5 in Division 2, Janesville Craig is No. 16 in Division 1 and Janesville Parker is No. 20 in Division 1 in latest WHSGA State Honor Roll
Phoebe Werner won two events and the all-around Thursday night to lead Janesville Craig’s gymnastics team to a Big Eight dual meet win over the Verona/Edgewood co-op team.
Janesville Craig finished fourth and Janesville Parker was eighth in the White Division of the Spartan Invitational gymnastics meet Saturday.
Phoebe Werner was second in three events and the all-around and the Cougars beat visiting Madison East/La Follette on Tuesday.
Cougars finish second; Parker is fourth in Purple Division at Saturday's meet
Janesville Craig swept all four events and the all-around en route to a Big Eight Conference dual meet win over Janesville Parker in gymnastics Tuesday night.
Janesville Parker gymnastics coach Heidi Jegerlehner hopes an increase in numbers leads to an increase in success.