A big night on the vault helped Bainbridge edge Nathan Hale in girls gymnastics late last week.
The Spartans took first, second and third in the vault on the way to a slim win over Nathan Hale.
Bainbridge finished the meet with 143.80 points, while Nathan Hale claimed second with 142.15, and Chief Sealth was third with 109.95.
Sarah Rice earned first place in the vault for BHS with a score of 9.20. Miller Shor was second for the Spartans, with 8.40, while teammate Marielle Summers was third with 8.30.
Heidi Franz was fifth for Bainbridge, with 7.80.
Rice and Summers also won second and third place, respectively, in all-around scoring.
Sarah Rice was second, finishing with a score of 31.6. Summers was second (31.2) and Shor placed fifth (29.05) for the Spartans.
Rice was also outstanding on the bars, and Summers was a top finisher in the beam and floor exercise.
Sarah Rice earned first place in the bars event, with 7.60. Summers was second with 7.35, and Shor was close behind, earning fifth place with a score of 7.05. Julia Cassella took the sixth-place spot for the Spartans with 6.35.
On beam, Summers was second (8.00); Rice was fourth (7.80); and Shor, sixth (6.90).
Summers also picked up a second-place win in floor exercise, with a score of 7.55. Rice took fourth (7.00) and Shor finished sixth (6.7).