MHS places second during quad gymnastics meet


Brynn Rychlik, above, of Marysville works on the parallel bars, while Bayleigh Miller, below, of Fairbanks flies through the air during the vault event. Miller competes in meets along with the Lady Monarch gymnastics team. Both Rychlik and Miller competed during a meet on Wednesday at the Marysville Early College High School. (Journal-Tribune photos by Tim Miller)

The Lady Monarch varsity gymnastics squad remained unbeaten in the Ohio Capital Conference after a home meet on Wednesday.
The event was held at the Marysville Early College High School.
MHS hosted a quad meet that Olentangy Berlin won with 135.1 points.
The Lady Monarchs were the runners-up with 126.1, followed by Grove City-122.45 and Westerville Central-108.45.
Grove City was MHS’ league competition during the meet.
In beating the Greyhounds, the Lady Monarchs upped their OCC record to 4-0.
They are 9-2 overall.
Marysville placed in the top five in the following events:
-Mary Calvert, second, 8.3; Brynn Rychlik, fourth, 8.0; Kaylene Baschnagel, fifth, 7.9.
-Calvert, third, 8.6.
Balance beam
-Jenny McKillen, fifth, 8.2.
Floor exercise
-Calvert, first, 8.6.
-Calvert, fourth, 33.0.
Bayleigh Miller of Fairbanks is the lone Lady Panther gymnast competing in meets during the current season.
As such, she participates as a solo athlete along with the Lady Monarchs during Marysville meets.
Miller finished as follows in the following events on Wednesday:
-Vault: 13th, 7.2; balance beam, 25th, 5.2; and floor exercise, 26th, 5.6.

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