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Hannah Wendel leads Cards in Little Falls

File photo | Echo Press Alexandria’s Hannah Wendel goes through her routine on the beam during a competition on January 10, 2013. Wendel has won every event she has competed in through three meets this season.

Junior Hannah Wendel once again led the Alexandria gymnastics team to a win on the road Tuesday against Little Falls.

Wendel swept all the events in the meet, taking first place in the vault, bars, beam, floor exercise and the all-around. The first place finishes propelled the Cardinals to a 129.925-121.125 over Little Falls.

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Wendel’s all-around score was 37.075, which was followed by teammate Bria Schueler in third place with a 30.325.

The other first-place finishes for Wendel included a 9.425 on the vault, 9.15 on the bars, a 9.35 on the beam and a 9.15 on the floor.

Alexandria finished with four of the top five scores on the bars as Bria Schueler (8.0) finished in second place, Jana Roste in fourth (7.4) and Tayler Kaufman was right behind in fifth (7.15).

The Cardinals also had four top-five scores on the vault, including Roste (8.35) with a third place finish, McKena Thoennes (8.3) in fourth and Anna Spanbauer (8.225) in fifth.

Alexandria continued its competition schedule Thursday in Brainerd.

MEET RESULTS ALEXANDRIA 129.925,

LITTLE FALLS 121.125

ALEXANDRIA RESULTS – VAULT – 1. Hannah Wendel – 9.425; 3. Jana Roste – 8.35; 4. McKena Thoennes – 8.3; 5. Anna Spanbauer – 8.225; 6. Bria Schueler – 8.2

BARS – 1. Wendel – 9.15; 2. Schueler – 8.0; 4. Jana Roste – 7.4; 5. – Tayler Kaufman – 7.15; 6. Jenna Kremer – 7.1

BEAM – 1. Wendel – 9.35; 3. Jana Roste – 7.75; 5. Kremer; 9. Schueler – 6.5; 10. – Jacy Roste – 6.3

FLOOR – 1. Wendel – 9.15; 3. Spanbauer – 8.15; 5. Thoennes – 7.9; 6. Jacy Roste – 7.775; Schueler – 7.625

ALL AROUND – 1. Wendel – 37.075; Schueler – 30.325

Blaze Fugina

Blaze Fugina is the sports editor of the Woodbury and South Washington County Bulletin newspapers. Previously, Blaze worked as a sports editor for the Pierce County Herald and a sports reporter for the Alexandria Echo Press. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in May of 2011. You can follow Blaze on Twitter at @BlazeFugina.

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