Gymnastics: Elks beat Osseo with season-high 139.675; streak at 40

The ERZ gymnasts posted their top score of the year and won their 40th straight dual meet,  beating Osseo 139.675 to 119.6, at home on Wednesday evening.

“We are peaking at the right time,” said coach Jackie Deiley. “We are making everything cleaner.”

Katie Fleck placed second on the vault with 9.025. (Photo by Erik Jacobson)
Katie Fleck placed second on the vault with 9.025. (Photo by Erik Jacobson)

The Elks, 7-0 this year, showed excellent depth as their JV, with 126.95, also outscored the opposing varsity.

The ERZ conglomerate is working to get over the 140 mark during the regular season before they split into three different squads for sectional competition.

Senior Kaylee Jondahl once again won all events as she rolled up 37.3 overall points, with teammate Katie Fleck second with 34.525, followed by Osseo’s Amanda Gullord with 32.250.

Fleck was second in three events, including vault where she broke nine with 9.025.

The Elks will host Coon Rapids next Thursday.

Elks 139.675, Osseo 119.6

All-around — (1) Kaylee Jondahl, Elks, 37.3 (2) Katie Fleck, Elks, 34.525 (3) Amanda Gullord, Osseo, 32.250
Vault — (1) Jondahl 9.55 (2) Fleck 9.025 (3) Krista Kovar, Elks, 8.75 (4) Gullord 8.675 (5) Jessica Sadlowsky, Elks, 8.625
Uneven bars — (1) Jondahl 9.325 (2) Kovar 8.825 (3) Fleck 8.0505 (4) Gullord 8.050 (5) Morgan Wallmow, Elks, 7.9
Balance beam — (1) Jondahl 9.1 (2) Fleck 8.875 (3) Corryn Stelflug, Elks, 8.6 (4) Sadlowsky 8.45
Floor exercise — (1) Jondahl 9.325 (2) Fleck 8.575 (3) Sadlowsky 8.425 (4) Katharina Huppertz, Osseo, 8.35 (5) Kendra Hambleton, Elks, 8.275

Elks won Princeton meet

The Elks placed first in the Princeton Invitational with 137.3 points last Saturday,  with Maple Grove second with 131.

This was not previously reported in the Star News because the host school has not made results available.

Deiley  said she does not have an individual scores, but does know the placements, as follows:

Jondahl was first all-around and won all four events. Sadlowsky  was sixth and Lindsey Koosman 10th in vault. Kovar was second in bars. Koosman was third and Corryn Stelflug eighth on beam. Sadlowsky was seventh on floor.