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Falcons lose home meet to King on Senior Night

Photo by Jordan Vredeveld
Photo by Jordan Vredeveld

MEQUON, Wis. – King pulls away from Concordia Wisconsin in second half of dual meet for a 257.080 – 239.970 victory on Wednesday night. The Falcons honored their two seniors (Treasure Fields and Alexandria VanErden) prior to the meet's start inside the R. John Buuck Field House.

Final Score:
King 259.080, Concordia Wisconsin 237.970
Location: R. John Buuck Field House (Mequon, Wis.)
Records: King 3-2, Concordia Wisconsin 1-3

- Prior to the meet the Falcons honored their two seniors (Treasure Fields and Alexandria VanErden) for their dedication and commitment to the program over the last two years.
- The Falcons and Tornado went back and forth during the Compulsory Event, but it was King who pulled away during the next five Events.
- King scored 9.55 or better in the three heats of the Acro Event, while CUW had a 9.55 in the 6-element heat. During the Pyramid Event the scoring was again close, as the Tornado posted a 29.45 compared to the Falcons 29.20. However, at the intermission King held a 93.35 – 90.80 lead.
- The Tornado began to pull away in the in the Toss Event, compiling scores between 9.15 and 9.55 in the three heats. Meanwhile, the Falcons had a 9.15 score in the open heat of the Toss Event.
- CUW struggled in the Tumbling Event, which resulted in a 44.20 total score. The Falcons posted two scores of 8.80 (aerial pass) and 8.825 (open pass) in the event. King accumulated a 49.00 Tumbling Event score to pull away even further.
- The Tornado had an 86.58 in the Team Routine, while the Falcons scored a 78.07.

- The Falcons return to the road for a dual meet at Adrian on Sunday, March 20.