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The girls pose for a team photo before the Prospect Invite on January 16, 2016

The girls pose for a team photo before the Prospect Invite on January 16, 2016

Haley Grelyak

Haley Grelyak

The girls pose for a team photo before the Prospect Invite on January 16, 2016

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As the sound of feet hitting the beam and the cheers of the crowed died down after an intense season of accomplishments and determination, SHS gymnasts, parents, coaches and fans know it has been a successful season.

The Schaumburg girls gymnastics team hit many amazing routines with rewarding scores that allowed many to place high season.

The varsity girls gymnastics team consists of 3 seniors, a junior, a sophomore and 2 freshman. Each and every member of the team has brought something to help move the team to the next level.

The seasons did have some mishaps but the Schaumburg girls gymnastics team as a whole worked together and did the best with what they were given.

“This season was hard because some of the team members were hurt but in the end we were still supportive of each other and we all were determined to do the best we could.” CJ Kulprathipania stated.

Even thought there were some problems the team still bonded tougher and worked their hardest to achieve the goal of improving the team score with every meet.

“We just kept working hard and giving it our best effort and even though not everyone on our team was healthy the whole time we still made it work,” Mikalya Vogt explained.

This season Schaumburg high school had 4 girls qualify for sectionals which SHS hosted. The team did extremely well during the conference season with girls constantly beating their high score the coaches were very proud of them.

Although the scores were not what was expected the team gave it there all and worked extremely hard the past season to accomplish self goals and the team goal of improvement.

“Next season, we plan on working hard to accomplish our goals of success” CJ Kulprathipanja said.

The team is determined to have an even better season next year then this one with fewer injuries.

This year no one qualified for state, but the team promises that next season they will be back and be better then ever.

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