2010 Spelling Bee and Honors Choir

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Congratulations, Spelling Bee Winners!

Scioto County Honor's Choir
The following are the members of the 2010 Scioto County Honor's Choir from Clay:  McKenzie Carr, Kylie Davis, Natalie Thacker, Jessica Nowlin, Holly Hempill, and Zac Boyer.

Rubyville Spelling Bee
The Rubyville Spelling Bee was held on Wednesday, February 3, 2010.  The top twelve spellers of the school (three from each grade level) competed.  The contestants spelled words from the Scripps National Spelling Bee “Spell It” list of study words.  A spelling duel ensued between the last two spellers:  Jimmy Madden, a sixth grader, and Broc Bumgardner, a fourth grader.  They spelled through the entire prepared list of words and into a supplemental list of really hard words before Jimmy finally won. 

He will represent Rubyville School in the Scioto County Bee on February 21 at the SOMC Friends' Center.  Broc will be the alternate.  Congratulations to all the spellers, especially to the winner, Jimmy Madden, and the runner-up, Broc Bumgardner.

Clay Jr. High School Spelling Bee
The following seventh and eighth grade students represented their classes in the school spelling bee: 

The seventh graders were Josh Bailey, Matt Benner, Emily Bruskotter, Lexie Gilliland, Isaach Hines, Logan Kincaid, Abbie Riffe, and Chance Walburn.  The eighth graders were Deanna Ferguson, Hayley Ferguson, Larissa Lockwood, Jessica Moore, Katie Redding, Noble Salyers, Michael Schmidt, and Chris Smith.


Clay’s 2010 Scioto County Spelling Bee champion is Katie Redding, an eighth grader, daughter of John and Jane Redding of Portsmouth.  Katie will represent Clay Jr. High School in the Scioto County Spelling Bee at the SOMC Friends' Center on Sunday, February 21, at 2:00PM. The runner-up, who will act as alternate for Clay, is Noble Salyers, an eighth grader, son of Marshall and Debra Salyers of Portsmouth.

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