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CHIPOLA AND JACKSON COUNTY CHAMBER TO HOST EDUCATION SUMMITT

MARIANNA—The Jackson County Chamber and Chipola College will host the Chipola District Education Summit Tuesday, March 14, at Rivertown Community Church.

Lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. followed by the program at 11:45 a.m. The theme is “Degrees to Jobs” and will bring together K-12 Schools, Chipola College, CareerSource and business leaders from the five-county area to discuss meeting the needs of the workforce with relevant education, degrees and certificate programs.

Keynote Speaker is Jennifer Grove, Gulf Power’s Community Development Manager. She is responsible for engagement in programs and partnerships that grow Northwest Florida’s competitiveness, including cradle to career education, workforce development, infrastructure support and Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation/Information Technology.

The program is sponsored by Florida Public Utilities. For information, call 482-8060.

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BSU Voter Registration

Marquis Baker and Vikki Farris.

CHIPOLA BSU HOLD VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE—The Chipola College Black Student Union recently held a Voter Registration Drive. Pictured from left, are: BSU member Marquis Baker and Vicki Farris of the Jackson County Supervisor of Elections Office.

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CHIPOLA WINS CONFERENCE OPENER

TALLAHASSEE–Chipola College—the top-ranked baseball team in the state and in the nation—opened the 2017 Panhandle Conference schedule a 16-5 win over Tallahassee. The (20-4) Indians had 17 hits in the six-inning win. Brady Wofford was 4 for 5. Chipola sent 11 men to the plate in the second, scoring six more runs to open up an 8-0 lead. Chipola added two more in the bottom of the third, and scored three runs in the fourth and four more in the sixth.

Bowden Francis (5-1) earned the win on the mound for Chipola. He had 8 strikeouts and gave up 5 hits in five innings of work. Ryan Shauger pitched the sixth inning for the Indians.

Chipola travels to Tallahassee Thursday, March 9, before returning home to host the Eagles in a double-header, Saturday, March 11, at 1 and 3:30 p.m. Chipola hosts Pensacola Tuesday, March 14, at 5p.m., and again Thursday, March 16, at 5 p.m.

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CHIPOLA COLLEGE Course Evaluations available March 3- 31

Beginning March 3, Chipola students have an opportunity to complete an anonymous online evaluation of each of their classes. After semester grades are posted, the confidential feedback will provide information on effective instructional practices and instructional needs. To complete course evaluations, select a current course from Your Courses list in Canvas and follow the prompt provided. A Certificate of Completion will be sent to the student’s Canvas default e-mail address. For most students, this is the my.chipola.edu e-mail address.)

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CHIPOLA SSS VISITS UWF—Students in the Chipola College Student Support Services (SSS) program recently toured the University of West Florida to research educational opportunities. Later this year, SSS will tour Florida A & M University. On March 15, Chipola SSS will host Transfer Day on the lawn of the Social Sciences building. Representatives from 15 regional universities will be available to discuss transfer opportunities. SSS is a TRiO program funded by the U.S. DOE to assist first generation students and students with varying socio-economic classifications succeed academically in college. Chipola students interested in SSS should call 718-2417 or visit chipola.edu/SSS.

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CHIPOLA TRANSFER DAY IS MARCH 15

MARIANNA—Student Support Services (SSS) will host Chipola College’s Third Annual Transfer Day, Wednesday, March 15, from 9 a.m. to noon, outside the Social Sciences building.

Chipola students will be able to meet with university recruiters from across the Southeast to explore transfer requirements and scholarship opportunities.

The following universities are expected to participate: Alabama A & M, Baptist College of Florida, Florida A & M University, Flagler College, Florida State University-Panama City, Jacksonville University, Troy University-Dothan, University of Florida, University of North Florida and the University of West Florida.

Representatives from Chipola’s Bachelor’s degree programs in Business, Nursing, and Teacher Education also will be available to meet with students. The Chipola Barnes and Noble Bookstore also will participate.

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The Social and Behavioral Sciences Department is seeking cultural items to display during Cultural Diversity Week March 13-17. The items will be supervised by staff to ensure they are secure. If you wish to share artifacts, photographs, paintings, or music from other countries, come by the Social and Behavioral Sciences office, C-106 to sign up. Call 718-2319 for more information.

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FIREFIGHTER COURSES SET AT CHIPOLA COLLEGE

MARIANNA—Chipola College will offer a Firefighting II night class beginning May 15 and ending July 20. The class will meet from 5 to 10 p.m. nightly.

Pre-requisites are First Responder (EMT or higher certification) and Firefighter I.

Cost is approximately $783 which includes: the 192 hour Fire II class, HazMat Class, and Drug and Background Test.

For information, contact Brian Eddins at (850) 718-2483, (850) 596-4157 or e-mail eddinsb@chipola.edu. For more information, visit www.chipola.edu.

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TEN CHIPOLA PLAYERS NAMED ALL-CONFERENCE

MARIANNA—The Chipola College Lady Indians head into the State Tournament with five All-Panhandle Conference selections.

Chipola has four first-team selections in Danielle Garven, Barbara Johnson, Sydnee McDonald and Raven Baker-Northcross, along with second-team pick Tiaera Phillips.

Chipola will play in Florida Southwestern, Wednesday, March 8, at 3 p.m. in the FCSAA State Tournament in Ocala. Tournament games will be broadcast on 100.9 FM.

Two Chipola Indians were named to the Men’s All Panhandle Conference team. First-team selections are Jahshire Hardnett and Cedric Wright. Second team picks are Eric Cobb, Jamall Gregory and Yuat Alok. Jashire Hardnett was named Freshman of the Year.

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CHIPOLA WOMEN’S ALL CONFERENCE—The Chipola College Women’s All-Panhandle Conference selections are, from left: First Team picks Danielle Garven, Barbara Johnson, Sydnee McDonald, Raven Baker-Northcross, and Second Team pick, Tiaera Phillips.

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CHIPOLA MEN’S ALL CONFERENCE—The Chipola College Men’s All-Panhandle Conference are, from left: First Team picks, Jahshire Hardnett and Cedric Wright, and Second team selections Eric Cobb, Jamall Gregory and Yuat Alok

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Barbara Johnson

LADY INDIANS ADVANCE IN STATE TOURNAMENT

MARIANNA—The Chipola Lady Indians (26-3) defeated Florida Southwestern, 66-36, in the first round of the FCSAA State Tournament, Wednesday, March 8, in Ocala.

Danielle Garven and Barbara Johnson led Chipola with 16 points apiece. Garven also had 12 rebounds. Tierra Phillips scored 14 points and Raven Baker-Northcross added 12.

Chipola will face Santa Fe in the semi-finals Friday, March 10, at 1 p.m. (EST) Tournament games will be broadcast on 100.9 FM.

Chipola finished as the runner-up in the Panhandle Conference behind champion Gulf Coast. The brackets are set up for possible state title game between Chipola and Gulf Coast on Saturday, March 11. The final Panhandle Conference records are: Gulf Coast (10-2), Chipola (9-3), Tallahassee is (7-5), Pensacola (3-9) and Northwest (1-11).

The Lady Indians are averaging 78.5 points per game and allowing opponents only 55.4 points per contest. Chipola’s offense is led by Sydnee McDonald, who is averaging 14.6 points and 5.9 rebounds per game. Raven Baker-Northcross is averaging 14.5 ppg. Danielle Garven is averaging 14.1 points and 7.5 rebounds per game. Barbara Johnson has 11.8 points and 3.0 assists per game. Tierra Phillips is averaging 10.5 points, 5.9 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game.

The FCSAA State Poll includes five Panhandle teams: Gulf Coast (1), Chipola (2), Tallahassee (3) and Pensacola (7).

Chipola is fifth in the NJCAA National Poll. Gulf Coast is third. Odessa is number one, followed by Hutchinson in second.

The Lady Indians are coming off a 23-5 season in 2015-16 which ended in the semi-finals of the state tournament. Head Coach Greg Franklin led the Lady Indians to the National Championship in 2015, and was named NJCAA, FCSAA, and Panhandle Coach of the Year. The 2014-15 Lady Indians (34-1) captured the college’s first ever national title with a 54-46 win over previously unbeaten Hutchinson (36-1).

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CHIPOLA JAZZMATAZZ MARCH 30-APRIL 2

MARIANNA—Chipola College Show Choir will host its annual Jazzmatazz show, March 30-31 and April 1-2.

Evening shows are at 7 p.m., with a Sunday show at 2 p.m. The annual performance will feature high energy, song and dance favorites performed by the Show Choir under the direction of Angie White, Dr. Josh Martin and Aaron Moore, with choreography by Brittney Holmes.

Tickets—$10—may be purchased at the Chipola Box Office or online at www.chipola.edu/boxoffice. For more information, call 718-2420.

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JIVE ACES TO PERFORM FOR CHIPOLA ARTIST SERIES

MARIANNA—The Chipola Artist Series will present with Jump, Jive and Wail featuring The Jive Aces, Tuesday, Mar. 28, in the Center for the Arts.

The first ever band to reach the semifinals of Britain's Got Talent in 2012, the group followed up with a performance for Her Majesty The Queen as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations and performances for both the Olympic and Paralympic celebrations.

The Jive Aces have truly established themselves as the UK's top Jive & Swing band. Together for over a decade, The Jive Aces are renowned for their high energy Jump Jive music (the exciting sound where Swing meets Rock ‘n Roll) and spectacular stage show. They combine a mixture of fresh arrangements of swing/Jive/R&B classics - songs made famous by such greats as Louis Prima, Cab Calloway, Bobby Darin, Louis Armstrong, Dean Martin, Big Joe Turner and Sammy Davis Jnr - along with a selection of superb swinging originals taken from their studio albums. Learn more at www.jiveaces.com.

Tickets are $25 for adults, $10 for children under 18, and $5 for Chipola students and employees. Online tickets may be printed at home, or with an order confirmation, will-call tickets will be available at the box office the night of the show.

Call 718-2420 or visit www.chipola.edu/boxoffice.

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CHIPOLA SOFTBALL TOPS STATE POLL; SECOND IN NATIONAL POLL

MARIANNA— The Chipola Lady Indians (30-1) are the top-ranked softball team in the FCSAA Region 8 Coaches Poll and the number two team in the NJCAA National Poll. Butler (22-0) tops the national poll.

The Lady Indians have scored 43 runs in the month of March and given up only 6. They have logged wins over Thomas University (8-0 and 9-0); Southern Union (7-0); LSU Eunice (6-4); Mississippi Gulf Coast (10-0); Lansing (3-2).

Alexis Grampp leads the team with 7 homeruns and a .384 batting average. Pitchers Krystal Goodman and Morgan Goree are both (13-0) as of March 10.

Chipola opens the conference season March 14 at Tallahassee. The Lady Indians host Northwest Thursday, March 16, at 4 and 6 p.m.

The Lady Indians finished the 2015-16 season with a (50-15) record and placed second in the NJCAA National Championship. Chipola captured the 2016 FCSAA State Championship with a 6-2 win over Florida SouthWestern in the title game of the NJCAA District/FCSAA State Softball Tournament.

Lady Indians Coach Belinda Hendrix has been named state coach of the year five times in 12 years at Chipola. She also picked up her 500th win last season. Hendrix and her Associate Head Coach and husband Jimmy Hendrix lead the team along with Assistant Coach Kelly Brookins.

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Magic School Bus

Open Auditions for Magic School Bus

April 3rd at 5:30

At Center for the arts

Ages 17 and up

www.chipolatheatre.com

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Spring Frolic

 

Spring Frolics

Spring Frolics will be Thursday, April 6, 2017, from 10:30 a.m. until 2:45 p.m. at the Chipola College Pool or Health Center, in case of rain.  Students will be excused from their classes to participate in this fun event!

SGA has some great activities lined up for the day.  There will be music and hotdogs and hamburgers for everyone!  We will have some great door prizes to give out at lunch.  You must be present to win.  There should be several universities attending that day to display recruiting tables for people that are interested.

There will be a match up between clubs in a relay competition to see which club rules the campus.  The SGA Spring Elections will also be held at Spring Frolics, as well as voting for The Distinguished Service Award for a Faculty Member and The Distinguished Service Award for a Career/Other Employee and The Distinguished Service Award for an Administrator.  If you are interested in running for an SGA position, come by the Student Activities Office, (K-105/Cafeteria) and pick up the information.  The deadline to apply is Monday, April 3, 2017.

Everything is FREE, so come join the fun!

Questions, call 718-2308 or come by the Student Activities Office, K-105.

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SARAH CLEMMONS NAMED PRESIDENT OF CHIPOLA COLLEGE

MARIANNA—The Chipola College District Board of Trustees named Dr. Sarah Clemmons president of Chipola College at a meeting on March 14. Clemmons was unanimously selected by the board upon the recommendation of a sub-committee which reviewed internal candidates for the position. Dr. Bryan Craven, Chipola Director of Public Relations, was the only other internal candidate.

Clemmons previously served as Senior Vice President of Instruction, and had served as Interim President of Chipola since the resignation of former president Dr. Jason Hurst in October, 2016.

Dr. Clemmons is the second Chipola alumnus to serve as president. She said, “I love Chipola College and I am honored to have been asked to serve as president. Chipola has an excellent reputation for academic and student success. I look forward to working with the faculty, staff and administration to build on the great traditions established at Chipola.”

Dr. Clemmons previously served as the chief academic officer for the college with responsibility over all academic and workforce instructional programs. She also had oversight for the college’s accreditation, grants, assessment and academic support programs. 

Dr. Clemmons came to Chipola in 1979 as an English instructor and became Division Chair of the Literature/Language Division rising through the ranks to eventually become the top academic officer of the college. She helped to start the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE), a free tutoring program for all students, which has won a Florida College System Chancellor’s Best Practice Award and has been a finalist for a national Bellwether Award. She was instrumental in establishing Bachelor’s Degree programs at Chipola beginning in 2003. 

Dr. Clemmons is a native of Marianna, and is an alumnus of Marianna High School, Chipola College, University of West Florida, Troy University and Florida State University. She serves on the board of trustees of Jackson Hospital. She is active in the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce and was named Citizen of the Year by the group in 2015.

She is married to Dr. Tracy Clemmons, an Operations Management Consultant, with the Florida Agency for Persons with Disabilities.  Their son, Dr. Martin Clemmons, is an internal medicine physician at Archbold Medical Center in Thomasville, Georgia. Their daughter, Sarah Kathryn Dugan, is a prosecuting assistant state’s attorney in Tallahassee. The family is active in the First Baptist Church of Marianna. 

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Sydnee McDonald

LADY INDIANS FINISH SECOND AT STATE; HEADED TO NATIONALS

OCALA—The Chipola Lady Indians (27-4) fell to the Gulf Coast Lady Commodores 80-72 in the Championship game of the FCSAA State Tournament, March 11, in Ocala.

Chipola was led by Sydnee McDonald with 16 points, 6 rebounds and 3 steals. Barbara Johnson had 14. Raven Baker-Northcross and Tiaera Phillips each had 12. The Lady Indians led 36-34 at the half, but free throws turned out to be an important difference as Chipola was 11 for 17 from the line compared to Gulf Coast at 20 of 24.

Three Lady Indians were named to the State All-Tournament team—Danielle Garven, Raven Baker-Northcross and Barbara Johnson. Garven also was named to the All-State team.

Despite the loss, Chipola will advance to the NJCAA National Tournament in Lubbock, Texas, on an at-large bid. The Lady Indians were among 8 at-large selections in the 24 team tournament which runs March 20-25. Chipola earned the #3 overall seed and will play Wednesday, March 22 at 5 p.m. CST against the winner of Walters State vs. Tyler. The bracket and NJCAA TV links are available at http://njcaalubbock2017.org/.

The Lady Indians advanced to the state title game with a 67-47 win over Santa Fe in the semi-finals on March 10. Baker-Northcross led Chipola with 21 points. McDonald and Johnson each scored 15 points. In the first round on March 8, Chipola defeated Florida Southwestern, 66-36. Garven and Johnson led Chipola with 16 points apiece. Garven also had 12 rebounds. Tierra Phillips scored 14 points and Baker-Northcross added 12.

Chipola finished as the runner-up in the Panhandle Conference behind champion Gulf Coast. The final Conference records are: Gulf Coast (10-2), Chipola (9-3), Tallahassee is (7-5), Pensacola (3-9) and Northwest (1-11).  

Chipola is fifth in the NJCAA National Poll. Gulf Coast is third.  Odessa is number one, followed by Hutchinson in second.

The Lady Indians are coming off a 23-5 season in 2015-16 which ended in the semi-finals of the state tournament with a loss to Northwest Florida State. Head Coach Greg Franklin led the Lady Indians to the National Championship in 2015, and was named NJCAA, FCSAA, and Panhandle Coach of the Year.  The 2014-15 Lady Indians (34-1) captured the college’s first ever national title with a 54-46 win over previously unbeaten Hutchinson (36-1).

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CHIPOLA JAZZMATAZZ MARCH 30-APRIL 2

MARIANNA—Chipola College Show Choir will host its annual Jazzmatazz show, March 30-31 and April 1-2.

Evening shows are at 7 p.m., with a Sunday show at 2 p.m.  The annual performance will feature high energy, song and dance favorites performed by the Show Choir under the direction of Angie White, Dr. Josh Martin and Aaron Moore, with choreography by Brittney Holmes.

Tickets—$10—may be purchased at the Chipola Box Office or online at www.chipola.edu/boxoffice. For more information, call 718-2420.

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CHIPOLA JAZZMATAZZ—Chipola College Show Choir will host its annual Jazzmatazz show, March 30-31 and April 1-2. Here, four members are pictured, from left: Christina Ramirez of Graceville, Destin Dawson of Dothan, Grace Wester of Grand Ridge and Anthony Severson of Graceville. Tickets—$10—may be purchased at the Chipola Box Office or online at www.chipola.edu/boxoffice. For more information, call 718-2420.

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CHIPOLA MATH OLYMPIC WINNERS

            MARIANNA—Some 200 students representing 11 area high schools participated in the 33rd annual Chipola College Math Olympiad on March 10.

            Students competed individually on written exams in Algebra I and II, Geometry, Trigonometry and Scholarship.  Teams competed in three Ciphering competitions and for Team Awards that are earned through highest combined scores on the written exams.  The students earned medals and trophies, and were treated to lunch.  The event concluded with an awards ceremony in the Center for the Arts.

            Overall team winners are: first, Marianna High, team members: Abigail Callahan, Ben Wiggins, Rick Brunner; second Tie, Blountstown High, team members: Sierra Helgerson, Caroline Hurst, Emily Holloway, And Chipley High, Zack Benkoczy, Stephen Chomos, Jayla Kindlespire.

            Ciphering team winners are:

            Algebra I—first, Cottondale High, team members: Hannah McClain, Christian Jordan, Addison Griffin; second, Washington County Christian, team members: Emma Rines.

            Algebra IIfirst, Vernon High, team members: Austin Blaess, Kayla Brock, Alexis Henry; second, Marianna High, team members: Rick Brunner, Ronak Gocool, Aaron Meese.

            Geometry—first, Marianna High, team members: Ben Wiggins, Faith Hardin, McKenna Evans; second, Chipley High, team members: Zack Benkoczy, Ella Page, Leo Pan.           Individual award winners by category are:

            Algebra I— first, Marianna Middle, Abigail Callahan; second, Marianna Middle, Lee Bethea; third, Grand Ridge, Jacob Holmes; fourth, Chipley High, Jayla Kindlespire; fifth, Altha Public, Alex Degolyer; sixth, Washington County Christian, Emma Rines; seventh, Malone High, Ian Baxley; eighth, Poplar Springs, Gracie Mitchell; ninth, Graceville High, Terra Jackson and tenth, Garceville High, Shelby Singletary.

 

            Algebra II—first, Marianna High, Rick Brunner; second, Blountstown High, Emily Holloway; third, Holmes County High, Zion Glass; fourth, Marianna High, Aaron Meese; fifth, Chipley High, Stephen Chomos; sixth, Blountstown High, Arizona Phinney; seventh, Chipley High, Klaytin Hendrix; eighth, Chipley High, Nathaniel Bowen; ninth, Graceville High, Alexis Parks and tenth, Holmes County High, Bailey Rich.

            Geometry—first, Marianna High, Ben Wiggins; second, Blountstown High, Sierra Helgerson; third, Chipley High, Zack Benkoczy; fourth, Vernon High, Hannah Lamarre; fifth, Vernon High, Morgan Dale; sixth, Blountstown High, Trevor Schrock; seventh, Holmes County High, Tristan Nored; eighth, Chipley High, Ella Page; ninth, Liberty County High, Justin Day and tenth, Holmes County High, Hannah Hatcher.

            Trigonometry—first, Washington County Christian, Shane Reed; second, Chipley High, Lila Chan; third, Altha Public, Amberly Moseley; fourth, Chipley High, Jamison York; fifth, Altha Public, Sheryl Smith; sixth, Liberty County High, Amber Revell; seventh, Holmes County High, Jacob Murley; eighth, Altha Public, Caylynn Reeder; ninth, Cottondale High, Caleb Reed; tenth, Blountstown High, Annika Milligan.

            Scholarship—first, Blountstown High, Caroline Howell; second, Chipley High, Nathan Glover; third, Chipley High, Taylor Munroe; fourth, Blountstown High, Emily Shuler; fifth, Holmes County High, Whitney White; sixth, MaloneHigh, Lashonda Beckwith; seventh, Malone High, Yakira Taylor; Eighth, Marianna High, Valerie Sims; ninth, Altha Public, Nolon Bean; tenth, Altha Public, Caylynn Reeder.

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OVERALL TEAM—first, Marianna High, team members: Abigail Callahan, Ben Wiggins, Rick Brunner.

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OVERALL TEAM—second, (tie)Blountstown High, team members: Emily Holloway, Caroline Hurst, Sierra Helgerson; and Chipley High, Team Members: Zack Benkoczy, Stephen Chomos, Jayla Kindlespire.

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ALGEBRA I TEAM—(not in order) first, Cottondale High, team members: Hannah McClain, Christian Jordan, Addison Griffin.

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ALGEBRA I TEAM—(not in order) second, Washington County Christian, team member: Emma Rines.

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Algebra II TEAM—(not in order) first, Vernon High, team members: Austin Blaess, Kayla Brock, Alexis Henry.

ALGEBRA II TEAM—(not in order) second, Marianna High, team members: Rick Brunner, Ronak Gocool, Aaron Meese

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GEOMETRY TEAM—(not in order) first, Marianna High, team members: Ben Wiggins, Faith Hardin, McKenna Evans

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GEOMETRY TEAM—(not in order) second, Chipley High, team members: Zack Benkoczy, Ella Page, Leo Pan.

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ALGEBRA I—Winners are, from left to right: (front) fifth, Altha Public, Alex Degolyer; fourth, Chipley High, Jayla Kindlespire; third, Grand Ridge, Jacob Holmes; second, Marianna Middle, Lee Bethea; first, Marianna Middle, Abigail Callahan; (back) sixth, Washington County Christian, Emma Rines; seventh, Malone High, Ian Baxley; eighth, Poplar Springs, Gracie Mitchell; ninth, Graceville High, Terra Jackson; tenth, Graceville High, Shelby Singletary.

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ALGEBRA II—Winners are, from left to right: (front) fifth, Chipley High, Stephen Chomos; fourth, Marianna High, Aaron Meese; third, Holmes County High, Zion Glass; second, Blountstown High, Emily Holloway; first, Marianna High, Rick Brunner; (back) sixth, Blountstown High, Arizona Phinney; seventh, Chipley High, klaytin Hendriz; eighth, Chipley High, Nathaniel Bowen; ninth, Graceville High, Alexis Parks; tenth, Holmes County High, Bailey Rich.

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GEOMETRY——Winners are, from left to right: (front) fifth, Vernon High, Morgan Dale; fourth, Vernon High, Hannah Lamarre; third, Chipley High, Zack Benkoczy; second, Blountstown High, Sierra Helgerson; first, Marianna High, Ben Wiggins; (back) sixth, Blountstown High, Trevor Schrock; seventh, Holmes County High, Tristan Nored; eighth, Chipley High, Ella Page; ninth, Liberty County High, Justin Day; tenth, Holmes High, Hannah Hatcher.

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TRIGONOMETRY——Winners are, from left to right: (front) fifth, Altha Public, Sheryl Smith; fourth, Chipley High, Jamison York; third, Altha Public, Amberly Moseley; second, Chipley High, Lila Chan; first, Washington County Christian, Shane Reed; (back) sixth, Liberty County High, Amber Revell; seventh, Holmes County High, Jacob Murley; eighth, Altha Public, Caylynn Reeder; ninth, Cottondale High, Caleb Reed; tenth, Blountstown High, Annika Milligan.

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