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This past weekend, our Graves County Chess Team not only hosted a tournament,  but placed 3rd overall.

Tate Keeling played her absolute best yet with 1.5 wins.

Andrea Baldassi and Austin Watson each had 1.5 wins, Kyler Thompson had 2 winds, Aiden Wallace had 2.5 wins, and Tracy Hibbard, Ethan Jetton, and Kyle McDaniel each came through with 3 wins.

Team Member, Tracy Hibbard said,”This tournament was one of our best, it was one of the most interesting I have been involved in.”

Play hard, Work harder, GC.

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