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Shelbyville gymnastics finishes third, Morristown fourth at Rushville Invitational

Shelby County’s two high school gymnastics program competed Saturday at the Rushville Invitational.

The host Lions won the five-team event with 98.175 points.

New Palestine finished second at 97.785 with Shelbyville (85.925), Morristown (80.25) and Scecina (24.6) rounding out the field.

Shelbyville’s Faye-Lynn Voss produced the best individual performance with a third-place finish in the vault. She also placed seventh on the balance beam and 10th in the all-around competition.

Shelbyville’s Renee Aldridge finished sixth on the uneven bars, ninth on the balance beam, 10th in the vault and seventh in the all-around.

Also for Shelbyville, Ruby Garner scored a fifth-place finish in the vault.



Oakleigh Goedde produced Morristown’s best finish when she tied for fourth in the vault competition. She also finished eighth on the uneven bars and balance beam and fifth in the floor exercise. That led to a sixth-place finish in the all-around.

Also for the Yellow Jackets, Allison Batten tied for 10th place in the vault and floor exercise.

Morristown’s next meet is Saturday in the Connersville Invitational.

Shelbyville travels to Connersville on Feb. 14 for a 6:30 p.m. meet.