Carroll were led by several individuals, including a double win by Megan Felger on vault (8.9) and bars (8.65) while teammates Morgan Moehle posted the top beam score at 8.75 and Carrie Ferguson outshone the field on the floor with a superb 9.3.
Carroll claimed all but four of the top four spots in each of the four disciplines. For Wawasee, Kim Garber took two of those spots with a pair of fourth-place scores on beam (8.2) and floor (8.7). Emily Allen was third on vault with an 8.6 and Taylor Busse was third on beam at 8.2.
Busse had Wawasee’s top all-around score at 31.45 while Felger and Moehle nearly mirrored each other with scores of 34.15 and 34.1, respectively.
“Fort Wayne Carroll has been a very strong team for the last few years, normally one of the top teams in the state,” said Wawasee head coach Nika Prather. “We knew it was going to be a tough meet. After coming off a good meet Tuesday with Angola, the girls were quite encouraged. We told them to focus on improving their firm and concetrating on making skill connections.”
Wawasee will host its first home meet of the season Tuesday night when neighbors West Noble come to town. Wawasee will take to the vault and West Noble the bars at 6 p.m.