Gymnastics: Deason wins floor, Warriors 4th

The Brainerd Warriors competed in Anoka Saturday, Jan. 22

Brenna Deason
Brenna Deason

ANOKA โ€” Brenna Deason captured first in the floor exercise and second in the all-around as the Brainerd Warriors placed fourth as a team at the Tornado Tumble Invite Saturday, Jan. 22.

Deason captured top four finishes in each event, placing third in the vault and fourth in the uneven parallel bars and the balance beam.

Anaka Schroder collected a fifth-place finish in the balance beam and placed 12th in the all-around.

Team scores: 1-St. Michael-Albertville 140.65, 2-Anoka 139.8, 3-Momticello 138.6, 4-Brainerd 136.95, 5-Elk River/Zimmerman 132.05, 6-Chisago 124.5, 7-Mpls SW 121.95

Vault: 1-Raegan Bryant (Monticello) 9.5, 3-Brenna Deason (Brd) 9.3, 10-Anaka Schroeder (Brd) 8.7, 10-Evi Helsene (Brd) 8.7, 11-Rachel Moore (Brd) 8.65

Uneven parallel bars: 1-Claudia Stipe (Chisago) 9.05, 4-Deason 8.65, 8-Sophia White, (Brd) 8.2, 11-Haley Jones (Brd) 7.8, 12-Kamryn Peterson (Brd) 7.6, 14-Schroeder 7.4

Balance beam: 1-Zoey Johnson 9.55, 4-Deason 9.0, 5-Schroeder 8.75, 13-Ella Dircks (Brd) 8.1, 17-Helsene 7.8, 21-Taylor Bordwell (Brd) 7.4

Floor exercise: 1-Deason 9.35, 8-Lauren Castle (Brd) 8.85, 9-Jones 8.8, 11-Moore 8.65, 14-Schroeder 8.5

All-around: 1-Jackie Bergeron (STMA) 36.55, 2-Deason 36.3, 12-Schroeder 33.35

Next: Brainerd vs. St. Cloud Crush at St. Cloud Tech 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 28.

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