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GCHS Academic Team wins district titles

Front row:  Kendall Tubbs, Parker Gerard, Megan Schmitt, Emily Goddard
Back Row:  Julie Bryson, Taylor Goodwin, Jaggar Belew, Karli Prather

Front row: Kendall Tubbs, Parker Gerard, Megan Schmitt, Emily Goddard Back Row: Julie Bryson, Taylor Goodwin, Jaggar Belew, Karli Prather

Front row: Kendall Tubbs, Parker Gerard, Megan Schmitt, Emily Goddard Back Row: Julie Bryson, Taylor Goodwin, Jaggar Belew, Karli Prather

Front row: Kendall Tubbs, Parker Gerard, Megan Schmitt, Emily Goddard Back Row: Julie Bryson, Taylor Goodwin, Jaggar Belew, Karli Prather

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The GCHS Academic Team and Future Problem Solvers team won first place in the Governor’s Cup district competition this past weekend. Overall, Graves County came in 1st place with 54 points, while Mayfield came in 2nd with 38, and Ballard in 3rd with 27.

The team celebrated quite a few individual victories in the written test portion as well.

In mathematics, Parker Gerard  placed 3rd while Taylor Goodwin placed 4th.

In Science, Karli Prather placed third, and Taylor Goodwin placed 5th. Jaggar Belew won 1st place in Social Studies, and Kendall Tubbs won 3rd.

In the Arts and Humanities department, Emily Goddard won 1st place, while Naima Bhutta and Megan Schmitt tied for 3rd place.

Bhutta and Goddard placed yet again in Language arts, in 4th and 1st place respectively.

According to member Karli Prather “We had a lot of fun! It was really tiring, but I think it was worth it.”

These team will advance to the Regionals at Calloway County High School on February 17.

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