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Chadron State Scholastic Contest


Donna Wiedeburg For The Sun-Telegraph

These are the Sidney High School students who finished in the top 25 percent. Pictured from left to:  (back row)  Brendan Holly, Calder Rosdail, Paxton Ehler, Nick Castner, Will Castner, Manjesh Mogallapalli, Brandon Vandemortel (third row)  Lucas Rosenbaum, Sara Vonseggern, Ryan Birner, Logan Uhlir, Ryan Aurich, Casey Baldwin, Megan Neal  (second row)  Cassy Ross, Mia Hernandez, Natausha Holtz, Hanna Ringleman, Karli Jones, Kelsey Franklin (front row)  Jacob Evertson, Samantha Kaus, Andrew Phelps. (Not pictured:  Alli Ehler and Savanna Rosenbaum.)

Congratulations to the Sidney High School students who competed in the Chadron State Scholastic Contest on Friday, April 5th and finished first as a team in their division for the third straight year. The 2014 Scholastic Contest is a proud and honored tradition at Chadron State College. For the fifty-third year, the Scholastic Contest recognized the academic achievement and talents of high school students from throughout Nebraska and the surrounding states.

A student's selection to participate in the contest is an indication of his or her academic talent, achievement and dedication.

The following students placed in the top 25 percent: Ryan Aurich – 15th in Physical Education Sports Knowledge; Casey Baldwin – 16th in Chemistry; Ryan Birner – 9th in General Biology; Will Castner – 5th in Earth Science and 10th in Plane Geometry; Nick Castner – 2nd in Consumer Issues; Paxton Ehler – 4th in Simulated News Reporting; Alli Ehler – 8th in Personal Finance; Jacob Evertson – 14th in World History; Kelsey Franklin – 9th in English Usage; Mia Hernandez – 10th in General Biology; Brendan Holly – 5th in Chemistry; Natausha Holtz – 11th Literature; Karli Jones – 3rd in Music; Samantha Kaus – 19th in Algebra 1; Manjesh Mogallapalli – 7th in Trigonometry; Megan Neal – 1st in Human Development and Family Life; Andrew Phelps – 7th in Music; Hanna Ringleman – 17th in General Science; Calder Rosdail – 1st in Physics; Lucas Rosenbaum – 16th in Advanced Mathematics; Savanna Rosenbaum – 2nd in General Anatomy & Physiology; Cassy Ross – 12th in Personal Finance; Logan Uhlir – 5th in Algebra 2; Brandon Vandemortel – 5th in Business Information Systems; Sara Vonseggern – 3rd in Information Literacy.

Other students participating in the event were: Amber Arellano, Blake Bayne, Alex Benzel, Gunner Coffey, Nathan Dvorak, Michaela Flick, Raine Gartner, Michelle Haun, Abigail Jones, Karson Langley, Annalise Lecher, Logan Lewis, Hayden Lienemann, Chelsie Mac Kay, Brett McConnell, Jennifer Myers, Jolene Oliverius, Theda Parker, Evan Parsons, Mylisa Pennington, Vanessa Riley, Cody Rowley, Logan Sherman, and Jaide Wachtel.


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