HCA hosts geography bee


Harrells Christian Academy hosted its finals in the National Geographic Geo Bee competition last week. After a very close match that ended in a three question tie-breaker for the win, 8th grader Aidan Kunst won the title and earned the right to complete an online test to qualify for the state competition. Pictured are finalists Harrison DeVane (Elizabethtown), Ty Smoak (Garland), Aidan Kunst (Wallace), Stefani Boussias (Elizabethtown), Lizzie Blackburn (Wallace), Camryn Brown-Leak (Rose Hill), Matthew Darden (Clinton), Brinkley Spearman (Rose Hill), Matthew Evans (Kenansville) and Twinkle Patel (Elizabethtown).


Harrells Christian Academy hosted its finals in the National Geographic Geo Bee competition last week. After a very close match that ended in a three question tie-breaker for the win, 8th grader Aidan Kunst won the title and earned the right to complete an online test to qualify for the state competition. Pictured are finalists Harrison DeVane (Elizabethtown), Ty Smoak (Garland), Aidan Kunst (Wallace), Stefani Boussias (Elizabethtown), Lizzie Blackburn (Wallace), Camryn Brown-Leak (Rose Hill), Matthew Darden (Clinton), Brinkley Spearman (Rose Hill), Matthew Evans (Kenansville) and Twinkle Patel (Elizabethtown).

Harrells Christian Academy hosted its finals in the National Geographic Geo Bee competition last week. After a very close match that ended in a three question tie-breaker for the win, 8th grader Aidan Kunst won the title and earned the right to complete an online test to qualify for the state competition. Pictured are finalists Harrison DeVane (Elizabethtown), Ty Smoak (Garland), Aidan Kunst (Wallace), Stefani Boussias (Elizabethtown), Lizzie Blackburn (Wallace), Camryn Brown-Leak (Rose Hill), Matthew Darden (Clinton), Brinkley Spearman (Rose Hill), Matthew Evans (Kenansville) and Twinkle Patel (Elizabethtown).
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_Geography-Bee-2016.jpgHarrells Christian Academy hosted its finals in the National Geographic Geo Bee competition last week. After a very close match that ended in a three question tie-breaker for the win, 8th grader Aidan Kunst won the title and earned the right to complete an online test to qualify for the state competition. Pictured are finalists Harrison DeVane (Elizabethtown), Ty Smoak (Garland), Aidan Kunst (Wallace), Stefani Boussias (Elizabethtown), Lizzie Blackburn (Wallace), Camryn Brown-Leak (Rose Hill), Matthew Darden (Clinton), Brinkley Spearman (Rose Hill), Matthew Evans (Kenansville) and Twinkle Patel (Elizabethtown).
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