LAGRANGE – Warsaw picked up a good team gymnastics victory Tuesday night, winning at Lakeland 97.1-96.6.
Warsaw didn’t have a top score in the meet, but stacked up a host of places just off the lead to edge the Lakers on their home equipment. Remi Beckham and Daylen Turner had plenty of those places, with the two tying for second on the vault with their 8.5’s, Beckham with an 8.4 on beam for second and 8.7 on floor for third. Turner was fourth on floor at 8.45 and Anna Wainscott was fourth on both the bars at 7.6 and beam at 8.25.
Whittney Ray and Darien Freeman did the heavy lifting for the Lakers. Ray was tops on the vault at 8.85 and floor at 9.3 while Freeman had the ‘1’ for bars at 8.25 and beam at 9.0. The two traded second-place tallies as well, with Freeman tied with the two Tigers at 8.5 on vault and on floor at 9.0 and Ray second on bars at 7.95. Ray was also third on beam at 8.35.
In the all-around scoring, Freeman and Ray went one-two with scores of 34.75 and 34.45. Beckham was next at 33.5, Turner fourth at 31.8 and Wainscott fifth at 31.2.
Warsaw will compete on its home equipment Thursday when it hosts West Noble.