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SSHS UIL team wins NL meet

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The Sulphur Springs High School UIL academic team returned home from the Dr. Tommy Eads Invitational Meet at North Lamar High School last weekend with the first place sweepstakes trophy.

Many students’ individual and team efforts — and victories — in individual competitions helped secure the overall win for SSHS.

In number sense, Rudolpho Perez placed first and Jessica Rivera was sixth among ninth graders.

In mathematics, Rudolpho Perez came in fourth and Jessica Rivera sixth, also among ninth graders. Kaitlin Ludwik placed third for 10th graders and Ariel Gonzalez third for 11th graders.

Overall, Rudolpho Perez placed third in number sense and Ariel Gonzalez was fifth in mathematics.

In calculator, Raynie Hooten placed sixth among 10th graders.

In journalism, Lacey Jackson placed second in editorial writing and Selena Gonzalez placed fifth in news. Lacey Jackson also placed first in feature writing with Patricia Parks sixth in the event. In headline writing, Jenna Ash won first and Patricia Parks sixth.

In social studies, Ariel Gonzalez won first and Alma Zapata third individually.

In current events, Joseph Moreno came in first, followed by Ariel Gonzalez in second. They, along with Dakota Donald, earned a second-place team win.

Jenna Ash placed second in spelling and vocabulary.

In literary criticism, Jessica Boyd placed first, McKenzie Hohenberger second and Laura Graham fourth. They won first place team.

In ready writing, McKenzie Hohenberger placed first, Lacey Jackson second and Seth Harred came in fifth individually.

In poetry and prose, Reilly Hale placed fourth for poetry and Sadie Evans sixth for prose.

Six members of the computer science team attended the Plano Senior High School computer programming contest. There were 10 schools at the meet with seven of those schools being 5A schools. There were 85 competitors. M. Hunter Allen placed second at this meet in the advanced group. In the novice group, Sean Allemang placed 12th and Tim Charleton placed 13th individually.





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