Magi swim and dive wins WDA Championship

WILLISTON — The Minot High boys swimming & diving team took home all the glory Saturday night, securing the WDA championship with a dominate showing.

Minot High finished with 597.5 points and comfortably bested Bismarck Century, who took second place with 386 points. Rounding out the top five was Mandan (243), Jamestown (234) and Williston (234).

Receiving All-WDA honors for the Magicians was junior Layton King, senior Keegan Summers, senior Peyton Huss, sophomore Dominic Yoder, junior Griffin Schaeffer, junior Jack Wolsky, freshman Grant Schaeffer, eight-grader Alexander King, senior Steve Novak, junior Zac Spaulding and junior William Walker-Rozo.

The Magi will now shift their focus to the state swimming & diving tournament in Bismarck, which begins on March 1.

Majettes gymnastics shows out at state meet

JAMESTOWN – The Minot High gymnastics team showed out at the state meet on Saturday, as multiple competitors climbed the leaderboards of their respective categories.

Bella Price repeatedly found herself at the top of the leaderboard Saturday. The freshman took fourth place at vault with a score of 9.450, 11th place at bars with a score of 8.917, 11th place at beams with a score of 8.883, 2nd place at floor with a score of 9.667 and 6th place at All-Around with a score of 36.917.

Iyanah Sharp had a busy outing, taking 15th place at vault with a score of 9.150, 22nd place at bars with a score of 8.483, 35th place at beam with a score of 7.700, 23rd place at floor with a score of 8.917 and 20th place at All Around with a score of 34.250.

Also competing for the Majettes was Makenna Gress. The eight-grader took 27th at bars with a score of 8.050 and 59th place at All-Around with a score of 8.050.

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