Claremore Daily Progress

Education

April 8, 2009

Students compete in annual Battle of the Brains

April 8, 2009 — For the sixth year, Inola Schools served as host for the “Battle of the Brains” academic competition. Rogers County students in grades third through eighth who have excelled in math, language arts, science and social studies were invited to participate.

Schools participating included Chelsea, Claremore, Sequoyah, Foyil, Inola, Justus-Tiawah, Oologah-Talala, Sperry and Verdigris.

First, second and third place medals were given in each division. Fourth, fifth and sixth places were awarded ribbons and/or certificates. Two students per grade level were allowed to enter. No student could enter more than two subjects per grade level.

Students in the sixth through eighth grades placing first, second or third will be allowed to participate in the Tournament of Champions to be held in El Reno on April 18.

Judging for the event was done electronically. Medals were designed and crafted by Inola Casting Works. Each year they design and craft a different medal.

Approximately 250 students competed in the 6th annual Battle of the Brains and the following were determined to be the winners:



3rd Grade Language Arts

1st Jaimi Marrara, Oologah; 2nd Joe Lovelace, Oologah; 3rd Taryn Kedzior, Westside; 4th Kallie Anderson, Westside; 5th Danielle Culp, Foyil; 6th Ivy Haynes, Claremont



3rd Grade Math

1st Ryan Westfall, Roosa; 2nd Samuel Anguoe, Sperry; 2nd Ryan Zhu, Westside; 3rd Rylee Bynum, Inola; 4th Arly Garner, Inola; 4th Bryce Goetz, Roosa; 5th Riley Dixon, Verdigris; 6th William Walker, Verdigris



3rd Grade Science

1st Jamie Marrar, Oologah; 2nd Joe Lovelace, Oologah; 3rd Cole Kenney, Inola; 4th Will Padgett, Sequoyah; 5th Rebecca Schubert, Westside; 6th Casey Couch, Roosa



3rd Grade Social Studies

1st Samuel Anquoe, Sperry; 2nd Diego Guzman, Sequoyah; 3rd Abigail Barnett, Sperry; 4th Nathan Elliott, Verdigris; 5th Gabbie Wells, Justus-Tiawah; 6th Taylor Davis, Westside



4th Grade Language Arts

1st Jackson Saul, Sequoyah; 2nd Hannah Farley, Verdigris; 3rd Kalli Fuqua, Inola; 4th McKenzie Cason, Sperry; 5th Kylie Hinkler, Foyil; 6th Riker Olari, Roosa

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