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State Academic Champions!

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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

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Melanie Martens, Chandler Short, Jacquelyn Kiefner, Maci Daniels, Joshua Vogel, Lauren Buerck, Alex Masters, Chris Breite (standing) Abby Breite and Danielle Childers
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On January 30, eight students from Trinity Lutheran School competed in the Lutheran Sports Association of Missouri's Academic Competition. Sixteen teams from around the state met head to head, despite the wintry weather. Trinity's Panthers took first place in the state, defeating a team from Christ Community Lutheran School, St. Louis in the finals. Congratulations to 8th graders: Danielle Childers, Maci Daniel, Jacquelyn Kiefner, Alex Masters, and Chandler Short, 7th graders: Abby Breite, Lauren Buerck, and Joshua Vogel, and coaches, Chris Breite and Melanie Martens.


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Yay! Trinity! Way to go!

-- Posted by caseylacey on Fri, Feb 5, 2010, at 1:43 PM


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