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Prep gymnastics: Spartans look to gain experience

The Spartans have 11 new gymnasts joining the squad, including nine freshmen.

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Head coach: Laura DeBer

Assistant coaches: Payton Rusk

What are the team's biggest strengths?

"Our team this year is enthusiastic and driven to show the other schools in our conference what Spartans are made of!" coach Laura DeBer said.

Coach's assessment

"We have a young new team this year of 11 new gymnasts with nine freshmen, one sophomore, and one junior ... I'm anticipating a season of learning and adjusting as this is the first year in high school gymnastics for all the girls, which is different from club gymnastics if they were previously in that," DeBer said. "I'm excited for our season and to see what these girls are truly capable of."

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