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ACHS Academic Team Wins 1st Overall at JV Challenge

By Brett Reliford

The Adair County High School Academic Team earned 1st Place overall honors in their first big event of the competitive season at the JV Challenge regional event on Saturday, November 6. Adair had 9 individual medal placements at the event: the most of any of the seven schools at the contest.

Earning 1st place in both Language Arts and Arts and Humanities was Bailey Watts. The team earned three of the top six awards in Science as Trevir Andrews placed 2nd overall, Tristin Andrews placed 3rd, and Andrew Zinati placed 6th. Tristin Andrews also won 1st Place honors in the Math competition, while his brother Trevir Andrews placed 3rd in the event. Mia Schneider took home 4th Place for her writing in the Composition competition. First time competitor Andrew Butler made his mark by grabbing 6th Place in the Social Studies competition.

The JV Challenge event is an annual regional competition for 9th and 10th grade students only. Adair's championship team was comprised of all Freshmen and competed in the seven-team contest against other schools anchored mostly by Sophomore members. The event was held at Southwestern Pulaski High School.

Adair's Academic Team is also currently undefeated in the Green River Regional Academic League that has been taking place since September.




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Bailey Watts takes 1st in Language Arts and Arts and Humanities



2021-11-07 - Pulaski Co., KY - Photo courtesy Brett Reliford.
Bailey Watts takes a photo with Coach Brett Reliford following her double 1st Place finishes in Language Arts and Arts and Humanities.

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ACHS Academic Team Wins 1st Overall at JV Challenge



2021-11-07 - Pulaski Co., KY - Photo courtesy Brett Reliford.
JV Challenge Champions representing Adair County High School Academic Team.

Left to right, front row: Joseph Kotter, Trevir Andrews, Bailey Watts

Left to right, back row: Coach Brett Reliford, Tristin Andrews, Andrew Zinati, Alex Perkins, and Andrew Butler

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JV Challenge Composition Competitors



2021-11-08 - Pulaski Co., KY - Photo courtesy Brett Reliford.
The Adair County High School Academic Team competed in their first big event of the competitive season at the JV Challenge regional event on Saturday, November 6, 2021 in Pulaski County. Mia Schneider (left) and Ada Gass (right) competed in the Composition event at JV Challenge. Mia Schneider took home 4th Place for her writing in the Composition competition.

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JV Challenge Math and Science Winners



2021-11-08 - Pulaski Co., KY - Photo courtesy Brett Reliford.
The Adair County High School Academic Team competed in their first big event of the competitive season at the JV Challenge regional event on Saturday, November 6, 2021 in Pulaski County.

JV Challenge award winners left to right: Tristin Andrews (Math, Science, Quick Recall), Andrew Zinati (Science, Quick Recall), Trevir Andrews (Math, Science, Quick Recall)

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