Girls Varsity Gymnastics · Salem Hits The First 140 of the Season


  Place Points
Salem High School 1st 140.475
Howell High School 2nd 139.3
Brighton High School 3rd 135.75

Salem Girls Gymnastics came away with a victory against Brighton, and Howell. Vault started off with great performances but lower scores than Salem has seen throughout the season, but the gymnasts continued to perform despite seeing disappointing scores. Finishing in a tie for second place on vault for the night was senior Riley Fisher with a score of an 8.625. Salem finished almost a full point behind Howell on vault, but just ahead of Brighton. Moving on to bars, finishing first of the night on bars was Sophomore Chloe Wiewiora with a score of 8.875. Following behind Wiewiora, was a 4th place finish from Senior Cloe Longeway with an 8.75. Salem’s bar scores were rounded off with 2 more eights from Maya Deem, and Julia Devine. After 2 events Salem trailed Howell by nearly 2 points. Salem girls looked rock solid on beam, stuck beam routines came at the right time, 5 out of the 7 “A” team. Salem went 1, 2, 3 on beam. First place with a 9.5 went to Junior Camryn Moyers, Second place was a tie between Cloe Longeway and Chloe Wiewiora both earning a 9.1, third place went to Riley Fisher with a 9.075. Also an outstanding performance from senior Adrienne Demoss. After beam Salem had taken the lead by a full 2 points. Going into the floor exercise the Salem girls were just having a good time, and it showed. Earning second place on floor for the night was Chloe Wiewiora with a 9.225. Teammate Camryn Moyers also had a strong performance on floor with a 9.0. Salem gymnastics has been improving and will continue to improve and work hard heading into conferences and regionals in the weeks to come.