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Blue Ridge Latin students win 2nd place

Published on Monday, March 31, 2014

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Students who competed and won second place overall in the South Carolina Junior Classicial League competition are left to right: Sarah Lefever (11th grade), Jordan Grissop (10th), Brock Cooper (9th), MecKenzie Whittier (10th), Kelli Pentecost (11th), Amber Hampton (11th), Judson Snyder ( 10th), Jake Wilson (11th), Skye Hill (10th), Marc Western (11th), Miles Johnson (10th), David Dunlap (9th), and Charles Williams (12th).
 
 
 
Sarah Lefever (11th grade), Jordan Grissop (10th grade), Brock Cooper (9th grade), MecKenzie Whittier (10th grade), Kelli Pentecost (11th grade), Amber Hampton (11th grade), Judson Snyder ( 10th grade), Jake Wilson (11th grade), Skye Hill (10th grade), Marc Western (11th grade), Miles Johnson (10th grade), David Dunlap (9th grade), and Charles Williams (12th grade).
 

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Students who competed and won second place overall in the South Carolina Junior Classicial League competition are left to right: Sarah Lefever (11th grade), Jordan Grissop (10th), Brock Cooper (9th), MecKenzie Whittier (10th), Kelli Pentecost (11th), Amber Hampton (11th), Judson Snyder ( 10th), Jake Wilson (11th), Skye Hill (10th), Marc Western (11th), Miles Johnson (10th), David Dunlap (9th), and Charles Williams (12th).

 

 

 


Sarah Lefever (11th grade), Jordan Grissop (10th grade), Brock Cooper (9th grade), MecKenzie Whittier (10th grade), Kelli Pentecost (11th grade), Amber Hampton (11th grade), Judson Snyder ( 10th grade), Jake Wilson (11th grade), Skye Hill (10th grade), Marc Western (11th grade), Miles Johnson (10th grade), David Dunlap (9th grade), and Charles Williams (12th grade).

 

By Jim Westcot

Thirteen Latin students won second place in the overall sweepsteaks in the Spring Forum of the South Carolina Junior Classical League competition on March 22. It is only the third year of the existence of the league at Blue Ridge.

Students competed in written tests, graphic arts, costumes, oratory and dramatic interpretation, certamen (academic team), and olympika.

Accompanying the students their teacher Jim Westcot, parent Mark Johnson and Furman University classics professor Randall Childree.

 

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