|Amanda Davenport won vault, bars and all-around (photo by Jim Lindquist)|
Davenport dominated the competition, finishing first in vault (9.1) and uneven bars (8.25) and second on the balance beam (8.8) and floor exercise (9.0). Her all-around point total of 35.25 was easily a meet best.
"Amanda was the one to watch tonight," Tiger coach Lynn Bauman said. "The Tiger spirit was high. I am happy, happy, happy!"
Rachel Kiminski also had a big night for the Tigers who claimed their first dual meet decision of the season after facing state powers Northfield and Lakeville North in their first two head-to-head competitions.
Kiminski placed third on the beam and fourth in floor exercise and her all-around score if 33.7 was good enough for second place behind Davenport.
Tahra Eckert took third in vault and fifth on floor and ranked third in all-around with a score of 33.65.
Three other Tigers scored fourth place points: Racquel Beckett in vault; Kenzie McCuddin on bars and Sidney Comes on beam.
The Tigers are now off until after Christmas. They return to competition Saturday, Dec. 28 when they travel to Rosemount for a non-conference dual meet.