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LCHS literacy winners will head to state



The Lincoln County High School Literary Team won area runner-up – missing champion by one point – at the Georgia High School Association Literacy Competition, an academic and fine arts competition. missing being champions by one point. Competitors (front, l-r) Ashton Belangia, Mackenzie Jordan, Kyndra Sullivan, Gina Sutton, Zia Williamson, (back, l-r) Hunter Creswell, Garren Griffin, Mitch Matthews, Josh Sehlton, Ben Whisnant, William LeRoy, and Metz LeRoy performed exceptionally well. Literacy area champions were Mitch Matthews for Argumentative Essay; Garren Griffin for Humorous Dramatic Interpretation; William LeRoy for International Extemporaneous Speaking; Gina Sutton for Girls Solo; and Sutton, Mackenzie Jordan, and Kyndra Sullivan for Girls Trio. Second place winners were William LeRoy and Hunter Creswell for Dramatic Duo; Ben Whisnant for Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking; Garren Griffin for Boys Solo; and Ashton Belangia, William LeRoy, Garren Griffin, and Josh Shelton for Boys Quartet. The area winners will advance to state competition on March 18. The Lincoln County High School Literary Team won area runner-up – missing champion by one point – at the Georgia High School Association Literacy Competition, an academic and fine arts competition. missing being champions by one point. Competitors (front, l-r) Ashton Belangia, Mackenzie Jordan, Kyndra Sullivan, Gina Sutton, Zia Williamson, (back, l-r) Hunter Creswell, Garren Griffin, Mitch Matthews, Josh Sehlton, Ben Whisnant, William LeRoy, and Metz LeRoy performed exceptionally well. Literacy area champions were Mitch Matthews for Argumentative Essay; Garren Griffin for Humorous Dramatic Interpretation; William LeRoy for International Extemporaneous Speaking; Gina Sutton for Girls Solo; and Sutton, Mackenzie Jordan, and Kyndra Sullivan for Girls Trio. Second place winners were William LeRoy and Hunter Creswell for Dramatic Duo; Ben Whisnant for Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking; Garren Griffin for Boys Solo; and Ashton Belangia, William LeRoy, Garren Griffin, and Josh Shelton for Boys Quartet. The area winners will advance to state competition on March 18.

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