Despite having just three girls on the team, Westerville Central High School gymnastics coach Shea Stammen is pleased the Warhawks have been able to reach some goals this season.

Despite having just three girls on the team, Westerville Central High School gymnastics coach Shea Stammen is pleased the Warhawks have been able to reach some goals this season.

Those goals include surpassing 100 points twice before competing against Dublin Jerome, Dublin Scioto and Marysville on Feb. 3 at Worthington Youth Boosters Gymnastics and Dance.

Central will compete in the OCC-Capital Division meet Feb. 13 at Dublin Coffman.

"It stinks not having a full team, but they're doing great and they're setting goals," Stammen said. "We've reached 100 points twice this season with just three of them. They're improving each week on their routines and scores. They're trying to get ready for the postseason with the league and district meets coming up."

The Warhawks finished fifth (100.525) of five teams behind first-place Olentangy (133.225) on Jan. 27 at Thomas Worthington.

Gianna Brooks was first in the all-around (34.775) and on uneven bars (8.85), second on vault (8.6) and balance beam (8.65) and third on floor exercise (8.675). Lyndsey Dillabaugh was first on vault (8.9), second in the all-around (33.7) and third on beam (8.575), and Taylor Stills was first on floor (9.0).

Central finished ninth (100.675) of 13 teams in the Indian Cup on Jan. 9 at Cincinnati Country Day behind champion Centerville (133.875).

Brooks was second on vault (9.0), third on bars (8.95) and fourth in the all-around (34.125). Dillabaugh was first on beam (9.1), and Stills was second on floor (8.9) and ninth in the all-around (33.475).

Central competed in the six-team Warhawk Invitational on Jan. 29 at Worthington Youth Boosters Gymnastics and Dance and finished sixth (91.35) behind champion Thornville Sheridan (121.25).

Brooks was first on vault (9.0), beam (9.25) in the all-around (35.7) and second on bars (8.75). Stills was first on floor (8.9) and Dillabaugh was third on beam (8.65).