Legacy gymnasts hard at work

The Legacy Gymnastics Level 5 team has won four consecutive team titles. The team includes, Acelyn Harried of Waconia (second from left), Shealyn Cecil of Victoria (third from left), Lauren Pate of Victoria (fifth from left), and Madison Holman of Waconia (fourth from right).

The Legacy Gymnastics Level 5 team has won four consecutive team titles. The team includes, Acelyn Harried of Waconia (third from left), Shealyn Cecil of Victoria (fourth from left), Lauren Pate of Victoria (sixth from left), and Madison Holman of Waconia (fourth from right).

For the young athletes at Legacy Gymnastics in Eden Prairie, it has already been a very successful season.

The Level 5 team has won four straight competitions, most recently at the second state qualifier on Nov. 3. With a team score of 110.350, Legacy gymnasts swept the all around in the three age groups.

The Level 6 team has also won four straight team titles, most recently at the Ghost and Goblin invite on Oct. 27 and the second state qualifier on Nov. 3. At the Ghost and Goblin invitational, Becca Holt was first in the all around, while Dani Miller, of Waconia, was third. Ashley Bair and Chloe Mayberry both won the vault in their age group, while Holt was first on bars, Miller was second on bars, and Emma Siefker was second on vault and third on bars.

Having won four straight titles, most recently the second state qualifier, the Legacy Gymnastics Level 6 team includes Danielle Miller of Waconia (middle row, center).

Having won four straight titles, most recently the second state qualifier, the Legacy Gymnastics Level 6 team includes Danielle Miller of Waconia (middle row, center).

With a team score of 108.225, the Legacy Level 6 gymnasts also recently won the second state qualifier.

Miller, who finished third in the all around and second on bars at the Ghost and Goblin invitational, took home the trophy after both meets, according to Amy Siefker.

“Taking the trophy home is an honor for working extra hard that week, good attitude and exceptional performance at the meet,” Siefker said.

Both the Level 5 and Level 6 teams will compete Nov. 17.

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