Mount Si sophomore Kaitlyn Holt performs a floor routine at a gymnastics meet on Dec. 12 at Sammamish High School. Benjamin Olson/staff photo

Mount Si sophomore Kaitlyn Holt performs a floor routine at a gymnastics meet on Dec. 12 at Sammamish High School. Benjamin Olson/staff photo

Mount Si gymnastics team finishes second at meet

  • Monday, December 16, 2019 1:13pm
  • Sports

The Mount Si gymnastics team (3-1) finished second as a team in a three-team meet on Dec. 12 at Sammamish High School. Mount Si finished with an all-around team score of 161, ahead of Redmond (115) and behind Woodinville (175).

The next meet for the Wildcats will be at home against North Creek and Newport on Jan. 9.

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