Campbellsville Middle School academic team competed in Region Governor’s Cup competition recently and finished in third place.
As a result of their individual results, five students advance to state competition.
At Governor’s Cup competitions, teams compete in on-demand writing, quick recall, future problem solving and five written exams, including math, science, social studies, language arts and arts and humanities.
Overall, CMS finished in third place.
The team was also third place in quick recall.
Five students also placed in written exams and advance to state.
Those winners include the following.
In science, eighth-grader Kayden Birdwell finished in first place.
In math, eighth-grader Angelica Seng finished second. Isaac Garrison, also an eighth-grader, was second.
Zeke Harris, a seventh-grader, tied for fourth place in arts and humanities.
Eighth-grader Karlie Cox finished fifth in written composition.
The CMS team also received the Hume Sportsmanship Award.
Students who receive fifth place or higher advance to state competition.
This year’s state competition will be March 14-16 at the Galt House in Louisville.
CMS academic team coaches are Steven Gumm and Debbie Edwards.
Campbellsville Middle School academic team placed third in Region Governor’s Cup competition recently, and, as a result, five students advance to compete at state. Students advancing include, from left, eighth-grader Kayden Birdwell, seventh-grader Zeke Harris and eighth-graders Isaac Garrison and Angelica Seng, who is holding a cell phone showing classmate Karlie Cox.
Campbellsville Middle School academic team placed third in Region Governor’s Cup competition recently. The team also won the Hume Sportsmanship Award. From left, front, are sixth-graders Connor Coots and Ethan Garrison and eighth-graders Nathan McFarland and Angelica Seng, who is holding a cell phone showing classmate Karlie Cox. Back, eighth-graders Brianna Dobson, Conner Tipton, Isaac Garrison and Kayden Birdwell and seventh-grader Zeke Harris.