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April 11, 2013

Inola students bring home awards


The following Inola students placed in the 10th annual Battle of the Brains hosted by Inola Schools: 
Language Arts
3rd grade: 2nd place Oryea Rodriguez; 6th place Katelyn Forrester
5th grade: 3rd place Amelia Danker
6th grade: 3rd place Abby Hockensmith; 4th place Erica Turner
7th grade: 2nd place Joshua Willsey; 4th place Molly Cummins
8th grade: 2nd place Kalli Fuqua
3rd grade: 1st place Tucker Ford
4th grade: 4th place Madison Courtney
5th grade: Trevor Ohern
6th grade: 1st place Erica Turner
7th grade: 2nd place Kaitlin Hinds; 4th place Trevor Young
8th grade: 5th place Baylor Ford
3rd grade: 4th place James Russell; 5th place Carter Henderson
5th grade: 5th place James Hinds
6th grade: 3rd place Carson Thompson
7th grade: 3rd place Joshua Willsey
Social Studies
4th grade: 2nd place Madison Courtney
5th grade: 2nd place James Hinds
6th grade: 5th place Abby Hockensmith
7th grade: 6th place Kaitlin Hinds
8th grade: 2nd place Justice Catron

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