Lady Bobcat acro & tumbling team falls to Fairmont State and Urbana in home tri-outing

The West Virginia Wesleyan Lady Bobcat acro & tumbling team competes in a home meet against Fairmont State and Urbana last Saturday at Rockefeller Center. Wesleyan scored 247.935 points, but lost a tri-outing to Fairmont State and Urbana.

BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Wesleyan Lady Bobcat acro and tumbling team hosted their home opener last Saturday welcoming Urbana and Fairmont State to Rockefeller Center.

The Lady Bobcats dropped both outings in the tri-meet as they tallied 247.935 points.

Fairmont State won the event with 266.510 points while Urbana amassed 251.120 points.

In the compulsory event, Wesleyan fell behind both teams with 34.35 points.

They scored an 8.65 in the acro heat, a 9.50 in the pyramid and toss heat but stumbled I the tumbling heat with a 6.70.

Fairmont State owned a 35.50 score and Urbana a 34.40 score after the compulsory.

Wesleyan picked up some ground on Urbana in the acro event scoring a 26.95 in the three heats.

Fairmont State scored a pair of perfect tens as they tallied a 27.90 while Urbana posted a score of 26.30.

Wesleyan wrapped up the first half with a score of 27.55 in the pyramid.

Fairmont State compiled a 28.60 score in the pyramid while Urbana owned a 27.40 score.

The Falcons had a score of 92 at the half while Wesleyan was in second with an 88.85 and Urbana was in third with an 88.10.

Wesleyan stayed in second after the toss event.

The Lady ‘Cats scored a 25.95 for second while Fairmont State scored a 26.65 and Urbana scored a 25.80.

Wesleyan’s tumbling event was highlighted by the 6 element pass where they scored a 9.40.

Fairmont State won the tumbling with a 52.950 while Wesleyan amassed 49.625 points and Urbana compiled 49.350.

Wesleyan dropped to third in the team event with just 83.51 points while Fairmont State scored 94.91 and Urbana tallied 87.87 points.

Wesleyan will return to action this Friday when they host Georgetown (Ky.) College at 6 p.m.


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