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ACHS Academic Team rocks Governor's Cup!

FPS Team advances to International Championships in June at the University of Massachusetts.

By Brett Reliford

The ACHS Academic Team returned triumphant once again the 2019 Governor's Cup State Finals this weekend. In a field of teams converging for the elite State Championships, in the final standings, ACHS finished the event as a Top 10 overall team in the state of Kentucky.

The Future Problem Solving Team finished 4th overall in their event. Individuals Chris Stuchell and Trevor Smith finish 2nd in Composition overall and 6th in General Knowledge respectively. FPS team members were Chris Stuchell, Arabella Caldwell, Amber Loy, and Christina Kessinger.

With the FPS team's finish at State, this earned them a right to advance to the International Championships in June where the team finished 8th in the world last year. That event will be held on the campus of the University of Massachusetts.

The Governor's Cup event this weekend was held at the Galt House in Louisville, Kentucky. Team members in attendance were Trevor Smith, Chris Stuchell, Samuel Willis, Arabella Caldwell, Christina Kessinger, Maddie Harmon, Keaton Coomer, Alex Godsey, Elizabeth Rexroat, Hayden Hancock. and Amber Loy.




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Chris Stuchell at Governor's Cup



2019-03-20 - Louisville, KY - Photo courtesy Brett Reliford.
Chris Stuchell on stage with KAAC Board President Lucy Flanary, accepting his trophy for a 2nd Place finish in Composition overall.

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Christ Stuchell at Governor's Cup



2019-03-20 - Louisville, KY - Photo courtesy Brett Reliford.
Chris Stuchell at the 2019 State Governor's Cup competition, where he finished 2nd overall in Composition. Chris will be heading to the International Competition in June as part of the Future Problem Solving Team, which finished 4th overall at the event.

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ACHS Future Problem Solvers accept trophy



2019-03-20 - Louisville, KY - Photo courtesy Brett Reliford.
Adair County High School FPS team members on stage with KAAC Board President Lucy Flanary. From lleft to right: Amber Loy, Christina Kessinger, Chris Stuchell, Arabella Caldwell.

The Future Problem Solving Team finished 4th overall in their event, and will advance to the International Championships in June where the team finished 8th in the world last year.

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ACHS FPS team with their trophy



2019-03-20 - Louisville, KY - Photo courtesy Brett Reliford.
Adair County High School FPS team members posing with their trophy in the lobby of the Galt House in Louisville. From left to right: Amber Loy, Arabella Caldwell, Chris Stuchell, Christina Kessinger.

The Future Problem Solving Team finished 4th overall in their event, and will advance to the International Championships in June where the team finished 8th in the world last year.

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The 2019 Adair County High School Academic Team



2019-03-20 - Louisville, KY - Photo courtesy Brett Reliford.
2019 Adair County High School Academic Team at State with Coaches

From left to right: Coach Brett Reliford, Amber Loy, Hayden Hancock, Elizabeth Rexroat, Chris Stuchell, Maddie Harmon, Trevor Smith, Arabella Caldwell, Samuel Willis, Alex Godsey, Keaton Coomer, Christina Kessinger, Coach Vicki Owsley.

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Trevor Smith takes 6th in General Knowledge



2019-03-20 - Louisville, KY - Photo courtesy Brett Reliford.
Trevor Smith posing with his trophy for a 6th Place finish in General Knowledge at the 2019 Governor's Cup Competition.

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