Gymnastics Competes in Home Match Against Owls
The gymnastic team will face the Seymour Owls at home on Tuesday, Feb. 2.
“I just expect to compete beam and do the best I can!” senior Chloe Jorgensen said. “I know all my teammates have been working hard and Seymour will be another team to watch for.”
Jorgensen explained how the season has gone so far.
“My season started out really strong until I broke my wrist. I’ve still been competing one armed on beam and hope to end [my season] back on two hands!” Jorgensen said.
The match will start at 7 p.m. take place Gym 2.
“It’s bittersweet to be in the middle of my last season of gymnastics. I love this sport with all my heart and I want nothing more than one more season,” Jorgensen said. “Still I hope to really enjoy the end of my gymnastics career with the absolute best team I could imagine.”