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Sulphur Springs Middle School wins 32 awards at UIL meet

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    Sulphur Springs Middle School earned 32 individual awards for first through sixth place finishes at the 14-4A UIL Academic contest Feb. 23.

    Overall, sixth grade captured 11 awards, seventh grade earned seven and eighth grade earned 14 awards.
    Of the six students who went home from the meet with first place honors, one of them placed in two events and another placed in three events.
    Sixth grader Carissa Carter earned first place honors for listening skills, fifth place in calculator applications and sixth place in ready writing.
    Eighth grader Mandy Eckhardt earned first place honors in maps, graphs and charts and placed sixth in ready writing.
    Also winning top honors were eighth graders Juan Gudino in art, Allison Bledsoe in listening skills and Sadie Evans in prose oral reading; and seventh grader Jaci Reed in poetry oral reading.
    Earning third place honors were seventh grader Zachery Burgin in impromptu speaking; and sixth graders Colten Armstrong in science, Madelyn Pendergrass in prose oral reading and Isaac Kuriakose in poetry oral reading.
    Fourth place finishers included eighth graders Pete Rios in listening skills and Jacy Ashford in impromptu speaking; seventh grade Dakota Kane in impromptu speaking; and sixth graders Lucia Yanez in prose oral reading, Jessica Williams in maps, graphs and charts, and Kobe Savage in listening skills.
    Also recognized for their fifth place finishes were eighth graders Kade Brown in spelling, Emily Johnson in science, Briannon Grove in poetry oral reading, Alissa Sotelo in listening skills and Mason Cleveland in art; seventh grader Jasmine Boyd in social studies; and sixth grader Abbi Baier in social studies.
    Sixth grade finishers also included eighth graders Christian Diaz-Deleon in science and Dylan Joiner in impromptu speaking; seventh graders Natalie Cruz in ready writing and Alex Crowston in maps, graphs and charts; and sixth grader Gracie Kane in mathematics.




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