Chess Team Holds on to the Runner-Up Spot
Holy Family Holds on to the Runner-Up Spot in K-5
Four 5th grade students from Holy Family also made the trip to compete in the K-5 division. The fifth grade team of regulars, Tate Dinkel, Braydon Binder, Jensen Brull, and Noah Bruggeman, meddled 18th, 13th, 10th, and 6th respectively in the K-5 Division. Binder, Bruggeman, and Brull each had four wins. Dinkel’s three wins brought the team total to 15 points, which was enough to hold off challenger Holy Cross of Wichita and claim the second place team trophy. Wichita’s St. Francis of Assisi’s nine talented team members won the K-5 division.
Holy Family second grader, Jenna Brull, represented the K-2 division and competed for individual honors. She ended the day with two wins and two draws for a 3-3 record and enough to take 10th place in the division.
The Wichita North Invitational had nearly 200 registrants across all four divisions. Hays Catholic Schools were well represented with medalists in all four divisions and team trophies in K-12, K-8, and K-5.
February 25, 2016 / Toni Whitmer /
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