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6The Daily Tar Heel Monday, January 19, 1987
Gymnasts open season
jwith easy win over JMU
By PARIS GOODNIGHT
The Tar Heel gymnasts opened up
their season with some falls, stum
bles and mistakes, but still breezed
by James Madison 176.85 to 163.05
The closest James Madison was
to actually competing with North
Carolina was in the category of
music selection for the floor exer
cises. In everything else, the Tar
Stacy Kaplan won the all-around
events with a score of 36.2, followed
by teammates Amy Bincarousky
with 35.85 and Missy Shaffner at
Tm pleased with how 1 opened
the season," said Kaplan. "It's nice
to get one meet under our belt. We're
right where we want to be to start
but we can improve a lot."
Kaplan finished first in the floor
exercises with a 9.45, with Binca
rousky at 9.25 and Barbi Callahan
at 9.15 filling the next two spots.
Kaplan also won the vault compe
tition with a 9.35 followed by
Bincarousky with a 9.15. Callahan
and Shaffner tied at 8.80.
Kristin Bilotta won the beam
competition with a score of 9.15
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followed by Kaplan. Elizabeth Boul
ton and Shaffner tied for third.
Bincarousky won on the bars with
a 9.15, Shaffner finished second and
Kaplan tied with Laura Peterson of
James Madison for third.
Coach Derek Galvin said, "1 was
pleased with our dance on floor and
on beam. The bars and beams are
the last two to come around and
The Tar Heels had problems
staying on the bars and the beams
with almost everyone on the team
having falls that cost a half point
"We had a lot more falls than 1
expected," said Galvin. "Some of our
girls had some falls but did better
The overflow crowd of about 700
at Fetzer Gym's room 112 was very
pleased with what it saw by both
Kaplan was the biggest crowd
pleaser, especially with the dramatic
beginning of her floor routine near
the end of the meet. The judges
agreed with the fans and gave her
the highest score of the night, a 9.45.
Galvin said the Tar Heels may try
to add some difficulty to some of
the routines this week in preparation
for the next meet against N.C. State
and George Washington. He said the
gymnmasts had already met the
judges' demands for difficulty in each
routine and now he wants to move
toward additional bonus points that
come with harder routines.
The won-loss column shows a
victory for North Carolina but the
team is still not as good as they could
be, said Galvin. "Had they not had
the falls, they would be where 1 think
they should be."
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