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January 21, 2013

Governor’s Cup competition begins

ASHLAND — The annual Governor’s Cup academic competition season began last weekend with middle school district matches.

George M. Verity, Russell, Louisa and Rowan County middle schools won matches in their respective northeastern Kentucky districts. Each school also won Saturday quick-recall tournaments that are hallmark public Cup events.

The top performers in each district match will move on to regional competition, which for middle schoolers will take place Feb. 2.

The next Cup date to watch for is Saturday, when high schools will have district meets.

District 68

Mathematics

1. Zack Highley, Rowan County, 2. Allie Skaggs, East Carter, 3. Ben Davidson, Rowan County, 4. Sara Geyer, East Carter, 5. Alannah Steagall, West Carter

Social studies

1. Katie Bonney, Rowan County, 2. Cam Hart, Rowan County, 3. Walker Ferguson, East Carter, 4. Trey Scott, East Carter, 5. Thomas Barker, East Carter

Science

1. Cam Hart, Rowan County, 2. Allie Moore, Rowan County, 3. Jacob McDavid,  East Carter, 4. Aidan O’Brien, Rowan County, 5. Abby Gillispie, West Carter

Language arts

1. Alexandria Rayburn, West Carter, 2. Jacob Schabert, Rowan County, 3. Brianna Gee, East Carter, 4. Aidan O’Brien, Rowan County, 4. Rachel Reeder, West Carter

Composition    

1. Alexandria Rayburn, West Carter, 2. Allie Moore, Rowan County, 3. Joscelyn Wilcox, East Carter, 4. Brianna Gee, East Carter, 5. Abby Gillispie, West Carter

Arts and humanities

1. Jacob McDavid,  East Carter, 2. Katie Bonney, Rowan County, 3. Molly Simpson, Rowan County, 4. Alyssa Richards, West Carter, 5. Aisha Alsawafi, West Carter

 Future problem solving    

1. Rowan County, 2. West Carter, 3. East Carter

Final standings

1. Rowan County, 2. East Carter, 3. West Carter

Quick recall

1. Rowan County, 2. East Carter, 3. West Carter

Hume Sportsmanship Award: West Carter

District 69

Mathematics

1. Tomi Odukoya, Russell, 2. Ayush Prasad,  Russell, 3. Alicia Liu, Russell, 4. Hunter West, Raceland-Worthington, 5. Iralyn Hunt, McKell

Social studies

1. Jensen Smith,  Russell, 2. Austin Sparadlin, McKell, 3. Adam Sorrell,  Russell, 4. Rohan Gupta,  Russell, 5. Ethan Garvin, Raceland- Worthington

Science

1. Alicia Liu, Russell, 2. Zach Raich, Russell, 3. Tomi Odukoya, Russell, 4. Austin Spradlin, McKell, 5. Cameron Keeton, McKell

Language arts

1. Claire Wilson, Russell, 2. Wesley Steele,  Russell, 3. Carmen Hsieh, Russell, 4. Halle Scott, Wurtland, 5. Amanda Keaton, Raceland-Worthington

Composition    

1. Halle Scott, Wurtland, 2. Claire Wilson, Russell, 3. Laura Nestor, Russell, 4. Sydney Hulgan, Wurtland, 5. Jessie Barlow, Russell

Arts and humanities

1. Maddy McCloud,  Russell, 2. Wesley Steele,  Russell, 3. Jacob Bledsoe, Russell, 4. Ashton Dupuy, McKell, 5. Amanda Keaton, Raceland-Worthington, 5. Baille Riffe, Raceland-Worthington

Future problem solving    

1. Raceland-Worthington, 1. Russell, 3. Wurtland, 4. McKell

Final standings

1. Russell, 2. Raceland- Worthington, 3. McKell, 4. Wurtland

Quick recall

1. Russell, 2. Raceland- Worthington, 3. McKell, 4. Wurtland

Hume Sportsmanship Award: Raceland-Worthington

District 70

Mathematics

1. Zachary Stafford, George M. Verity, 2. Ingam Acha,  George M. Verity, 3. Connor Hutchison,  George M. Verity, 4. Nick Westurn, Boyd County, 5. Chloe DeGiorgio, Holy Family

Social studies

1. Hannah DePriest, George M. Verity, 2. Will Carroll, George M. Verity, 3. Daniel Hodges, Holy Family, 4. Ethan Chandler, Fairview, 5. Ethan Volk, Holy Family

Science

1. Nate Rickman,  George M. Verity, 2. Wren Jenkins, George M. Verity, 3. Ethan Chandler, Fairview, 4. Dawson Coovert, George M. Verity, 5. Ethan Volk, Holy Family

Language arts

1. Ingam Acha,  George M. Verity, 2. Shelby Conley, George M. Verity, 3. Claire Gussler, Holy Family, 4. Spencer Lett,  George M. Verity, 5. Oma Patterson, Boyd County

Composition    

1. Rachael Barber, George M. Verity, 2. Katie Yoakem, Boyd County, 3. Kazlie Morris, Boyd County, 4. Zoe Vance, George M. Verity, 5. Shelby Tyler, Fairview

Arts and humanities

1. Shelby Conley, George M. Verity, 2. Wren Jenkins, George M. Verity, 3. Shalayna Rice,  George M. Verity, 4. Oma Patterson, Boyd County, 5. Shelby Tyler, Fairview

Future problem solving    

1. George M. Verity, 2. Boyd County, 3. Fairview

Final standings

1. George M. Verity, 2. Boyd County, 3. Holy Family, 4.     Fairview

Quick recall

1. George M. Verity, 2. Holy Family, 3. Fairview, 4. Boyd County

Hume Sportsmanship Award: Boyd County

District 71

 Mathematics

1. Shaylon Moore, Louisa, 2. Adrianna Burchett, Fallsburg Elementary, 2. Caleb Curry, Fallsburg Elementary, 2. Jayla Rose, Sandy Hook/Elliott County, 5. Alan Lin,  Louisa

Social studies

1. Jeremy Webb, Louisa, 2. Will Ferguson, Louisa, 3. Lincoln Rose, Louisa, 4. Cameron Marcum, Fallsburg Elementary, 5. Corbin Ratliff, Sandy Hook/Elliott County

Science

1. Jeremy Webb, Louisa, 2. Carrie Jo Cecil,  Louisa, 3. Corbin Ratliff, Sandy Hook/Elliott County, 4. Nick Kessinger, Louisa, 5. Jacob Ratliff, Sandy Hook/Elliott County

Language arts

1. Carrie Jo Cecil,  Louisa, 2. Kate Cecil,  Louisa, 3. Zoe Cordial, Fallsburg Elementary, 4. Jodi Perkins, Fallsburg Elementary, 4. Jayla Rose, Sandy Hook/Elliott County

Composition    

1. Jodi Perkins, Fallsburg Elementary, 2. Emmy Greene, Sandy Hook/Elliott County, 3. Haley Dennis, Sandy Hook/Elliott County, 4. Natalie Rice, Louisa, 5. Katelyn Pauley, Louisa

Arts and humanities

1. Kate Cecil,  Louisa, 2. Jill Adams, Louisa, 3. Mykelia Brooks, Fallsburg Elementary, 4. Tanner Waugh, Louisa, 5. Brad Mattingly, Blaine Elementary

Future problem solving    

1. Louisa

Final standings

1. Louisa, 2. Fallsburg Elementary, 3. Sandy Hook/Elliott County, 4. Blaine Elementary

Quick recall

1. Louisa, 2. Sandy Hook/Elliott County, 3. Fallsburg Elementary, 4. Blaine Elementary

Hume Sportsmanship Award: Blaine Elementary

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