School Notes for the week of March 5th-11th

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BEAUFORT ACADEMY

• Congratulations to BA basketball players Anna Dyer and Kevin Williams, who were selected to the SCISA All-Region Basketball Team! GO EAGLES!!

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Anna Dyer (Junior, #11) averaged 11 points per game, 7.1 rebounds per game, and 3.2 steals per game. Kevin Williams (Soph., #23) averaged 18.6 points per game, 9.7 rebounds per game, 3.7 assists per game, 3.1 steals per game, and 2.4 blocks per game.

• The Beaufort Academy Chess Team participated in the South Carolina Chess Association State Championship on Saturday, March 1st. Whit Suber came in 2nd overall in the Primary Division [K-3rd]; Jack McDougall tied for 2nd in the Elementary Division [4th-5th] at 4-1, but dropped to 9th on tie breakers; and Kevin Rogers placed 5th in the Middle School Division [6th-8th].

Pictured left to right: Kevin Rogers, Kendra Rogers, Jack McDougall, Whit Suber.
Pictured left to right: Kevin Rogers, Kendra Rogers, Jack McDougall, Whit Suber.

 

LADY’S ISLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL

• Lady’s Island Middle School recently had a science fair comprised of all three grade levels and were evaluated by a panel of “outside  judges” who came from the community. Subjects of the study ranged from “Electrolytes in Orange Juice and Gatorade” to “Static Electricity” to “Coastal Erosion”.

In first place (pictured l to r) for the Sixth Grade was Travis Cato. McKinley Coleman was in second followed by Michael Reyes in third. Honorable mentions (not pictured) were Genesis Hernandez, Megan Schoener, Sydney Lashely and Caleb Henry.
In first place (pictured l to r) for the Sixth Grade was Travis Cato. McKinley Coleman was in second followed by Michael Reyes in third. Honorable mentions (not pictured) were Genesis Hernandez, Megan Schoener, Sydney Lashely and Caleb Henry.
For the Seventh Grade, first place (pictured l to r) was taken by Sarah Geisler. Second place went to Paris Grubbs and third place was earned by Shelby Price. Honorable mentions (not pictured) were Tucker Barron, Hannah Gartlan and Peyton Grubbs. The “Best in Show” and overall winner went to Seventh Grader Sarah Geisler for her work with static electricity.
For the Seventh Grade, first place (pictured l to r) was taken by Sarah Geisler. Second place went to Paris Grubbs and third place was earned by Shelby Price. Honorable mentions (not pictured) were Tucker Barron, Hannah Gartlan and Peyton Grubbs. The “Best in Show” and overall winner went to Seventh Grader Sarah Geisler for her work with static electricity.
SCHOOL - 8TH GRADE SCIENCE FAIR
The competition in Eighth Grade was intense. Tied for first place were Taylor Maddox (not pictured) and Alan Wiser. Second place went to Kaylee Aiken. Third place was also a tie and went to William Ploss and DeClan Williams. Eighth grade honorable mentions (not pictured) went to William Sanders, Coby Greenwalt and Caleb Williams.