Gymnastics falls to 1-3 on the season with a loss to the Lowell Red Arrows

Gymnastics falls to 1-3 on the season with a loss to the Lowell Red Arrows

The girls gymnastics team fell short again to the Red Arrows, despite only having half of their team due to personal reasons, the Rangers still put up an impressive score. It’s unfortunate that the girls lost their second go around against Lowell, but they fought hard and didn’t give up without a fight.

The score was 140.625-129.5 by the end of the competition. If only they had some of their athletes back, the game definitely would have been closer. One of those key players was senior Hannah Chadwick, who missed her first meet of the season, which was detrimental to the team as she would have given them a better shot in defeating the Red Arrows.

Despite only having half of their team, the Rangers has to compete their best in order to stay with the competition. Missing half of your team is difficult, especially with Covid-19 and the drastic affects on these gymnasts.

“We definitely look to bounce back in our next upcoming meet,” head coach Lauren Suzio said.

This next week they will face off against the Rockford Rams at Rockford High School in yet another tough matchup.