Prairie du Chien/Fennimore Gymnasts start 2024 with two dual meets and an invitational

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Senior Madi Fisher releases her hold on the upper bar as she begins her dismount at the Mt. Horeb Invite. (Erin Reddy Wolff/ E Reddy Wolff Photography)

The Prairie du Chien/Fennimore gymnastics team began the 2024 portion of their schedule recently with two home meets and their annual trip to the Mount Horeb Invitational.

The Hawks traveled to Mount Horeb on Saturday, Jan. 6 and finished in seventh place in the White Division with a score of 116.575. Senior Madi Fisher finished in fourth place on the uneven bars.

The Hawks then returned home on Monday, Jan. 8 to host their first conference dual meet of the season against Dodgeville/Mineral Point. PDC came in second with a score of 118.225. This score came with Fisher sidelined on two events as she was while recovering from a minor injury.  Some highlights of the meet: Alexandria Crary had a personal best on the Vault with a score of 8.55 to place third, Abigail Perkins had a season best on the Vault with a score of 8.275, and Taia Dressler also had a season best on Vault with a score of 8.2 while Fisher scored a 8.25 on Bars to place third. 

The Gymnasts are still struggling to stay on the Balance Beam during their performances. Once with gymnast can stay on the beam our team score will increase greatly although Autumn Ziegler was the only gymnast to stick her Beam Routine with no falls on junior varsity.  Other highlights of the Dodgeville/Mineral Point meet included Crary having a personal best on the Floor Exercise with a personal best score of 8.575 to place fifth. Crary also had a personal best all around score of 30.375 to place fourth. 

The girls continue to improve every meet. On Monday, the Hawks hosted the Southwestern Co-op and then on Jan. 16, they will go to Hazel Green for the SW/CC/B Invite.

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