Menomonee Falls Gymnastics Win All Individual Events

Menomonee Fall-Germantown coach Tracy Howard celebrated her team's win along with her departure as the team's 24-year coach.

Menomonee Falls-Germantown gymnastics' Tracy Howard is finishing of her 24-year run as coach by clenching the team title in their own invitational, reported Menomonee Falls Now. 

The Indians won all the individual events and claimed the team title this past weekend. Last year the team also won its own invitational.

In celebration of the win and Howard's departure, Howard hosted about 45 gymnastics' alumni from all her years at Falls and Germantown, reported Menomonee Falls Now. Alumni from all over the country came in honor of Howard's depature in a rented room down at Krueger's.

Again this year, Falls-Germantown won the varsity team competition with a score of 135.625 with Watertown finishing second with a score of 133.75.

Team scores: Menomonee Falls-Germantown 135.625; Watertown 133.75, Hartford 117.375; Port Washington 113.825; Shorewood 103.575.

Vault: Lizzy Gilbert, Menomonee Fall-Germantown, 8.375

Bars: Katrina Morrison, Menomonee Fall-Germantown, 8.525

Balance beam: Emma Brose, Menomonee Fall-Germantown, 9.225

Floor: Paige Lemley, Menomonee Fall-Germantown, 9.225 

All-around: Paige Lemley, Menomonee Fall-Germantown, 33.8

Randy Newman January 31, 2013 at 02:15 PM
Awesome, congrats to all
jerry mislang January 31, 2013 at 02:30 PM
They have a very good team this year. Many of them are hurt, but they continue to compete at a high level irregardless of their injuries. They won again last night and the meet can be found on fallscablesaccess.com. They have home meets left the next two Wednesdays, February 6th and 13th, at 6:30, come check them out. As for Coach Howard, someone will have some extrremley big shoes to fill next year. She does a great job with her teams year after year. Saturday's Invite theme was "Super Heros" and several judges remarked that this is the most fun meet they work all year and they said by the smiles, the kids really appear to enjoy it. Thanks again Coach Howard.


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