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March 20, 2012

Elementary Gov’s Cup winners announced

ASHLAND — Kentucky elementary schools wound the academic competition season up over the weekend with regional Governor’s Cup matches.

Northeast Kentucky schools competed in regions 29, 30 and 31.

In those regions, McBrayer, Charles Russell and Central elementaries came out on top in the final standings.

Heritage, Worthington and Central elementaries won quick-recall competition.

Region 29

Mathematics

1. Ben Davison, McBrayer, 2. David Kim, McBrayer, 3. Joshua Weddington, Olive Hill, 4. Taylor Duncan, Olive Hill, 5. Kanon Nagaski, Mason County Intermediate

Social Studies

1. Katie Bonney, McBrayer, 2. Jacob Hensley, Prichard, 3. J.C. Bates, Heritage (Carter), 4. Trey Scott, Prichard, 4. Kennealy Roberts, Clearfield

Science

 1. Hunter McGlone, Carter, 2. Leslie McKenzie, Star, 2. Joshua Weddington, Olive Hill, 4. Ashley Brewer, Flemingsburg, 5. Kinsey Eisenhour, Clearfield

Language Arts

1. Emma Sturgill, Lakeside, 1. Brianna Williams, Heritage (Carter), 3. Macy Jones, Rodburn, 4. Sarah Hardymon, Tollesboro, 4. Connor Dunn, Prichard

Composition     

1. Presley Kiser, Olive Hill, 2. Emmy Greene, Sandy Hook, 2. Caroline Young, Prichard, 4. Kennealy Roberts, Clearfield, 4. Addison Burchett, Olive Hill

Arts & Humanities

1. Maggie Alden, McBrayer, 2. Katie Bonney, McBrayer, 3. Keeli Becker, Olive Hill, 3. Emma Sturgill, Lakeside, 3. Tristian Doyle, Flemingsburg

Future Problem Solving      

1. Olive Hill, 2. McBrayer, 3. Upper Tygart, 4. Flemingsburg

 Quick recall

 1. Heritage (Carter), 2. Prichard, 3. Upper Tygart, 4. St. Patrick (Mason)

Hume Sportsmanship Award

Heritage (Carter)

Final standings

 1.McBrayer, 2.Olive Hill, 3.Heritage (Carter), 4.Prichard, 5.Lakeside

Region 30

Mathematics

1. Paul Henderson, Russell McDowell Intermediate, 2. Hunter West, Worthington, 3. Spencer Johnson, Hager, 4. Robbie Francis, Charles Russell, 5. Rylee Austin, Worthington

Social studies

1. Josh Griffith, Russell McDowell Intermediate, 2. Brady Justice, Worthington, 2. Ethan Volk, Holy Family School (Boyd), 4. Andrea Conley, Oakview, 4. Shelby Foutch, Hager, 4. Kylie Rhoton, Hager

Science

1. Ethan Volk, Holy Family School (Boyd), 2. Claire Gussler, Holy Family School (Boyd), 3. Shalayna Rice, Charles Russell, 4. Brianna Lambert, Charles Russell, 5. Robbie Francis, Charles Russell, 5. Jake Horne, Russell McDowell Intermediate

Language Arts

1. Claire Gussler, Holy Family School (Boyd), 2. Payton Scott, Crabbe, 3. Carmen Hsieh, Russell McDowell Intermediate, 4. Kyle McComis, Hager, 4. Spencer Lett, Oakview

Composition     

1. Emma Spade, Hager, 2. Madison Leep, Fairview, 3. Laura Nestor, Russell McDowell Intermediate, 4. Emily Hunt, Greysbranch, 5. Sydney Brewer, Wurtland

Arts and humanities

1. Olivia Allen, Charles Russell, 1. Hannah Greenhill, Russell McDowell Intermediate, 3. Sophia Shoemaker, Greysbranch, 4. Gracie Haywood, Greysbranch, 5. Baille Riffe, Worthington

Future problem solving    

1. Charles Russell, 2. Crabbe, 3. Russell McDowell Intermediate, 3. Argillite

Quick recall

1. Worthington, 2. Charles Russell, 3. Oakview, 4. Russell McDowell Intermediate

Hume sportsmanship Award

Worthington

Final standings

1. Charles Russell, 2. Russell McDowell Intermediate, 3. Holy Family School (Boyd), 4. Worthington, 5. Hager

Region 31

Mathematics

1. Coby Grim, W.R. Castle Memorial, 2. Shaylon Moore, Louisa East, 3. David Slone, Fallsburg, 4. Adrianna Burchette, Louisa East, 5. Brendan Plank, W.R. Castle Memorial

Social studies

1. Brandon Fairchild, Highland, 2. J T Dials, Highland, 3. Ben Plaxico, Paintsville, 4. Aiden Belcher, Paintsville, 5. Jaxson Ratliff, W.R. Castle Memorial,

Science

1. Abby Fletcher, Inez, 2. J T Dials, Highland, 3. Bryson Blevins, Porter, 4. Katie Murphy, Warfield, 5. Jaxson Ratliff, W.R. Castle Memorial

Language arts

1. Jolene Fairchild, Meade Memorial, 2. Peyton Duncan, Central, 3. Megan Owens, Central, 4. Kate Cecil, Louisa East, 5. Shaylon Moore, Louisa East

Composition     

1. Kaityln Taylor, Central, 2. Katelyn Pauley, Louisa East, 3. Alyssa Hedrick, Porter, 4. Ashley Hayes, Louisa East, 5. Ethan Owens, Central

Arts and humanities

1. Peyton Duncan, Central, 2. Jolene Fairchild, Meade Memorial, 3. Amelia Kretzer, Flat Gap, 3. Kate Cecil, Louisa East, 5. Emily Salyers, W.R. Castle Memorial

Future problem solving

1. Paintsville, 2. W.R. Castle Memorial, 3. Porter, 4. Highland

Quick recall

1. Central, 2. Highland, 3. Paintsville, 4. W.R. Castle Memorial

Hume Sportsmanship Award

Highland

Final standings

1. Central, 2. Highland, 3. Louisa East, 4. Paintsville, 5. W.R. Castle Memorial

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