Prairie Ridge Co-Op Gymnastics Take 2nd in State

Final competitions were held Saturday, Feb. 16, at Palatine High School.

UPDATE Sunday, Feb. 17:

The Prairie Ridge co-op girls gymnastics team took second place on Saturday in the IHSA State Gymnastics finals held at Palatine High School.

The team entered the final competitions on Saturday in first place, holding a slight lead over Lyons Township High School, which managed to grab the championship title by day's end on Saturday.

To view team results and individual scores, visit the IHSA state finals results page.


The Prairie Ridge High School co-op girls gymnastics team is currently sitting in first place after the state preliminary round competition held Friday in Palatine High School.

Prairie Ridge has a slight lead after the Friday competition, according to the IHSA results page. There are eight teams competing in the state finals this year.

PR's team leads Lyons Township High School (LaGrange), Fremd High School (Palatine), New Trier High (Winnetka), Geneva High, Lake Forest High, Glenbard West High (Glen Ellyn) and St. Charles North High School (also a co-op team).

Several PR girls also qualified to compete in the individual events including: 


  • Riley Mahoney, sophomore
  • Jada Berkland, sophomore
    Rachael Underwood, sophomore


  • Rachael Underwood, sophomore
  • Riley Mahoney, sophomore
  • Jada Berkland, sophomore
    Dylann Perrone, sophomore

Uneven Parallel Bars

  • Rachael Underwood, sophomore
    Maddie Solka, freshmen
  • Jada Berkland, sophomore

Balance Beam

  • Riley Mahoney, sophomore
  • Savanna Mensching, senior
    Jada Berkland, sophomore

Floor Exercise

  • Riley Mahoney, sophomore
  • Maddie Solka, freshman


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