Milton High School sophomore Kellen Ryan competed in the 16-year-old level 10 USA Gymnastics Region IV Championships on April 6 in Iowa City, Iowa.
Just over two years ago, Maddie Olson sat on the ground with an ice pack on her ankle, contemplating whether she wanted to continue the sport she had loved for so long.
With the Badger conference meet on the horizon, the Milton High School gymnastics team competed in an invite on Saturday and celebrated its seniors on Monday.
After a long hiatus, the Milton High School gymnastics team got back into the swing of things as the team finished third in an invite on Saturday, Feb. 2, in Marshfield at Hub City Gymnastics.
It was a strong night for the Milton gymnastics team Monday night, topping Reedsburg at home 133.975-105.275. The Red Hawks placed in the top three in all events.
While it was a strong night for the Milton gymnastics team, it wasn’t enough to uphend Mount Horeb. The Red Hawks scored a season-high 136.775 but fell to Mount Horeb’s 141.675.
In completion for the first time of the new year, the Milton gymnastics team finished fifth at the Emerald Classic in Waterford on Saturday with 127.175 points. The Franklin co-op topped the field with 145.125. The team traveled to Watertown on Tuesday night, winning 133.225-128.95.
While the Milton gymnastics team finished second to Mukwonago at the “Beauty and the Beast” invite on Dec. 13 by just over a point — 131.125-130.075 — the Red Hawks did manage to break a 15-year old school record.
Competing in their first invite of the season , the Milton/Edgerton gymnastics team earned a fifth place place finish in the Janesville Craig Invite with 124.525 points. Mount Horeb won the invite with 134.75 points.
Starting with the 2019-20 school year, the Division 1 gymnastics postseason could look differently. The WIAA, by an 8-1 vote, approved a change to the way co-op programs will be allowed to compete.
Even though they may not have come home with any hardware this season, the Milton gymnastics team still had strong performances throughout the year.
One of the strongest seasons the Milton gymnastics program has seen in years came to an end Thursday night. The team placed sixth at the sectional meet at Waukesha West, scoring 130.925 points. Only the top two teams of the sectional advanced to the state meet, with the Franklin co-op earnin…
Heading into the conference meet, the Milton gymnastics team was on a strong string of form, winning three straight duals. But due to a slow start, the Red Hawks finished fourth at the Badger Conference meet at Sauk Prairie High School Saturday. The Red Hawks scored 133.475 points while Wate…
As the team nears the conference tournament, the Milton gymnastics team is hitting some strides. The team topped Sauk Prairie at home Thursday before competing against strong sectional teams Saturday at the “Nordy” Invite.
Individual consistency was key for the Milton gymnastics team as the team had two strong victories. Against Reedsburg Thursday, the Red Hawks faced little trouble in a 133.675-108.100 win. Returning home Monday against Monona Grove, the scores were closer, but the result ended up the same fo…
Due to being shorthanded, the Milton gymnastics team took sixth place at the Emerald Classic Invite Saturday at Waterford High School with a total of 123.5500 points. Franklin Combined won the invite with a score of 144.1750.
The Milton High gymnastics team was close to accomplishing its goals and meeting its expectations in the 2016-2017 season, but not close enough, head coach Kristine Farnsworth said.
Milton High School’s Kayla Gonsiorwoski made a clean debut on the uneven bars at the WIAA Division 2 Individual State Gymnastics Meet on Saturday in Wisconsin Rapids.
The Milton High gymnastics team had a solid day at the Badger Conference Meet in Reedsburg on Saturday, but it wasn’t enough to overtake Monona Grove for second place in the standings.
The Milton High gymnasts wrapped up regular season competition with a Badger Conference triangular meet at Mount Horeb on Jan. 31 and a non-conference home meet against Janesville Parker on Monday.
Despite having several falls on the balance beam, the Milton High gymnastics team was still able to post its season-high score in a 129.175-109.025 victory at Reedsburg last Thursday.
A record-breaking performance from Ashley Thompson wasn’t enough for the Milton High gymnasts to knock off visiting Jefferson on Monday as the Eagles broke their own school record for team score and won 127.925-126.725.
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After a successful 2015-2016 season that saw the Red Hawk gymnastics team legitimately vying for a conference title and possible state-qualifying berth, Milton had high hopes heading into this season.
Many of Milton’s best athletes compete and put their skills on display at Carl F. Anderson Field, at Schilberg Park or in a Milton High School gymnasium.
Injuries derailed the Milton High gymnastics team’s dream of qualifying for the WIAA Division 2 Team State Meet, but the season did not come and go without other team and individual accomplishments.
Milton High School gymnast Ashley Thompson completed her second season as a Red Hawk at the same place she did her first season: the WIAA Division 2 Individual State Meet at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School.
The Milton High School gymnastics team placed third out of seven teams at the Badger Conference Meet on Thursday in Mount Horeb.
In its most important dual meet of the season, the previously undefeated Milton High gymnastics team came up short against defending conference and state champion Mount Horeb 135-125.125 on Monday.
The Milton High School gymnastics team beat Monona Grove last Friday to stay undefeated in Badger Conference meets and set up a crucial meet next week.
Milton High sophomore Ashley Thompson scored above the 8.0 mark on all four events to lead the MHS gymnastics team to a fourth-place finish on Saturday at the Janesville Craig Invite.