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Adair Co Middle Quick Recall Advances at State

By Brett Reliford

The first day of the Governor's Cup State Championship has come to an end, and Adair County Middle School has advanced to Day Two of Quick Recall. We are so proud of the effort of our team, and we now sit with the final batch of elite teams remaining in the tournament. Matches resume tomorrow morning at 8:30am. Quick Recall members competing for Adair Middle are Bailey Watts, Andrew Zinati, Joseph Kotter, Angelica Bell, Jay Burton, Hannah Kotter, and Samantha Oliver.

Both our High School and Middle School Future Problem Solvers also competed earlier this morning. Amber Loy, a high school Junior, competed earlier in Composition as well. The results for those competitions will not be announced until after State Finals has concluded as evaluators work to rank teams and competitors. The FPS team at Adair Co. High is Amber Loy, Sadie Kemp, Abby Claywell, and Caylin Coffman. The Middle School FPS team is Hannah Kotter, Joseph Kotter, Abigail Kemp, and Natalea Kaylor.

This story was posted on 2021-03-13 20:09:13
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