MUHS gymnasts top St. Johnsbury

MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School gymnastics team on Saturday defeated visiting St. Johnsbury, 118.1-112.3, in the Middlebury Union Middle School gym in what was a rare opportunity to compete against a team that is not a Division I school and is not based in Chittenden County.
The Tigers will look for another victory on Jan. 21, when they visit another D-II school, Milton.
Ida Mae Danforth led the way for the Tigers this past Saturday, picking up wins in the vault, on the bars and in the all-around competition, and taking second on the beam.
Hannah Stoll contributed a win in the floor exercise and a third in the vault, while Leah Raymond was second on the floor and in the all-around. Chloe Kane chipped in with a tie for third place on the floor.
Mount Abraham independent Abby Perlee also had a good day, finishing second on the bars and tied with Raymond for second in the all-around.
The scores were:
Vault: 1. Danforth, 8.55; 2. Molly Forester, St. J, 8.3; 3. Stoll, 8.1.
Bars: 1. Danforth, 6.4; 2. Perlee, 6.1; 3. Devin Foley, St. J, 5.9.
Beam: 1. Forester, 8.5; 2. Danforth, 8.45; 3. Michele LeBlanc, St. J, 8.3.
Floor: 1. Stoll, 7.9; 2. Raymond, 7.8; 3. Kane and Hannah Wescott, St. J, 7.7.
All-Around: 1. Danforth, 30.8; 2. Raymond and Perlee, 29.2.  

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