In the highly competitive Watertown-Mayer Invitational Saturday, the St. Peter gymnastics team finished third of four teams.

Scores showed: 1. Watertown-Mayer/Mound Westonka 143.750, 2. Dickson (North Dakota) Midgets 140.050, 3. St. Peter 129.050 and 4. Orono 124.9.

Audrey Kennedy led St. Peter with an eighth-place all-around finish (33.0). She placed 10th on vault (8.45), 13th on bars (7.65), eighth on balance beam (8.45) and 11th on floor exercises (8.45).

Teammate Anna Klatt tied for ninth all-around (32.4) with ninth on vault (8.55), 17th on bars (6.75), 10th on beam (8.35) and tied for eighth on floor (8.75).

Bella Edmonds placed 11th all-around (32.2) with seventh on vault (8.75), 12th on bars (7.7), 16th on beam (7.6) and 13th on floor (8.25).

Makayla Moline led the Saints with 11th place on bars (7.75). She also placed 20th on beam (6.7).

Hannah Brenke tied for 11th on vault (8.55) and placed 15th on floor (8.0) and 19th on beam (6.8).

Lauren Feder placed 17th on vault (8.35).

Jaiden Landsom finished 20th on floor (7.3).

Lydia Slama tied for 15th on bars (7.0).

“We started the meet on beam and had a tough time staying on as a team,” St. Peter coach Kris Glidden said. “Jaiden Landsom, Audrey Kennedy and Anna hit nice routines. Anna and Audrey were very consistent once again. Anna added her front full to her floor routine and scored an 8.75. Audrey scored 33 points in the all around. Bella was able to compete all around. She is recovering from illness and getting stronger everyday.

“We are working on new skills, and hopefully everyone gets healthy and we can put it altogether by sections.”

Reach Sports Editor Pat Beck at 931-8566 or follow him on Twitter.com @SPHSportsPat.

St. Peter Herald Sports Editor covers St. Peter, Cleveland, Le Center, Le Sueur-Henderson and Tri-City United and Gustavus Adolphus College. Fishing, tennis and golf enthusiast

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