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Four place at Inter-High Day Scholastic Competition PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wauneta Breeze   
Thursday, 03 April 2014 00:00

Arapahoe, Southwest and Mullen high schools claimed the three top academic honors Wednesday at McCook Community College’s Inter-high day academic competition.

Arapahoe was the winner in Division One, Dundy County-Stratton was second and McCook finished third.

Southwest claimed top honors in Division Two, Quinter placed second and Sutherland third.

In Division Three, Mullen placed first, Wauneta-Palisade was second and Hitchcock County third.

More than 400 students from 18 area high schools tested in 27 academic areas with the winners in each category winning a $500 scholarship to MCC.

The top three placers in each category receiving three free credit hours for summer classes.

For WP, Tailor Lee won the Chemistry division.

Paul Behends was second in Music Theory.

Brody Nordhausen was third in Algebra I.

Miranda Behrends was third in General Math.

Fifteen students from WP participated. The group traveled to North Platte for another Inter-High day April 2.