In addition to Redmond-Mattucci’s big effort, the team received all-around efforts from Alivia Silvestri and Sydney Kamin and contributing scores from specialists Mychaela Guy and Blakely Kresl. Redmond-Mattucci took third in the all-around with a 37.175 while also placing second on vault and beam, third on bars and fourth on floor.
Geneva didn’t go full out but was still able to produce a 138.413 to take fourth place.
“We had new skills and some of them are big skills which we’ve been putting in slowly,” Vikings coach Kim Hostman said. “They did well with some new vaults but they struggled on bars. They are coming along, though, and I was really impressed with their floor routines because they added a lot of new skills.”