Latta — Latta High School students participated in interscholastic meets at Murray State College and Southeastern Oklahoma State University. They swept their division placing 1st at both meets. Murray recognized students placing first through fifth place, while Southeastern recognized first through third place winners. Students placing at Murray were: first place, Wil Crawford – American history, Almira Gilbueno – Spanish, Lauren Huntley – expository writing and trigonometry, Amanda Kramer – anatomy, Kaelyn Moore – world history, Darienne Roberts – ag business, Jacie Sellers – English literature and Dylan Walker – Oklahoma history; second place: Walter Chandler – chemistry, Cullen Edens – accounting, Kru Hickman – algebra II, Laramie Reed – general biology and Krisha Young – business math; third place: Nathaniel Rodgers – vocabulary, Tyler Rodgers – world geography and current events, Seth Scott – library skills, Nikole Vargas – music and Larisa Bolin and Caleb Large – PowerPoint presentation; fourth place: Hunter Brown – spreadsheet applications; fifth place: Larisa Bolin – art drawing, Courtney Brundidge – child development, Laramie Edens – behavioral science and Savanna Weaselbear – algebra I. Students placing at Southeastern were: first place: Wil Crawford – psychology and United States history, Cullen Edens – Excel, Nathaniel Rodgers – government, Catrina Scherotter – accounting II, Seth Scott – journalism, Nikole Vargas – anatomy and Noelle Vargas – chemistry; second place: Cullen Edens – accounting I, Landon Lynch – integrated productivity software and Drew Wood – general business; third place: Chelsea Alexander – geometry, Nathaniel Rodgers – geography, Dylan Walker – Oklahoma history, Tyler Whitney – trigonometry and Kaelyn Williams – algebra I.
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