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Breckenridge High School students place at district UIL meet

Breckenridge High School students place at district UIL meet
April 16
11:59 2021

Twenty-two Breckenridge High School students recently competed in the district UIL academic meet in Wichita Falls, with two advancing to the regional level.

Peyton McPhail placed second and Trey McPhail placed third in the mathematics competition. They will be participating in a virtual, regional meet today, Friday, April 16.

Kimberly Best, UIL coordinator for BHS, said that the regional contest is usually held at Abilene Christian University, but that they did not opt to host the event this year. So, the virtual meet was arranged.

The district meet was held at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls on March 24-25.

2021 District UIL Results

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  • 2nd Place as a Team
  • 4th Place Jeremy Weaver: Regional Alternate
  • 9th Place Peyton McPhail
  • 17th Place Riegen Robertson
  • 18th Place Trey McPhail
Computer Science
  • 6th Place Keaton Ragle
  • 8th Place Cali Griffin
Informative Speaking
  • 4th Place Ashley Reyes: Regional Alternate
Mathematics
  • 2nd Place as a Team missing First place by only 4 points
  • 2nd Place and Regional Qualifier: Peyton McPhail
  • 3rd Place and Regional Qualifier: Trey McPhail
  • 4th Place Nathaniel Barrera: Regional Alternate
  • 13th Place Heer Gandhi
Number Sense
  • 2nd Place as a Team
  • 6th Place Peyton McPhail
  • 7th Place Trey McPhail
  • 8th Place Tristen Myers
  • 10th Place Chase Wright
  • Persuasive Speaking
  • 5th Place Abigail Otts
Ready Writing
  • 9th Place Kayla Wood
  • 10th Place Aileen Castorena
Science
  • 5th Place as a Team
  • 5th Place and top scorer Chemistry: Thomas Hamilton
  • 16th Place Jeremy Weaver
  • 26th Place Alex Fuson
Spelling
  • 10th Place Magdalynn Paul

Cutline, top photo: Recently, the following Breckenridge High School students competed in the UIL district academic meet: back row, Jeremy Weaver, Trey McPhail, Keaton Ragle, Peyton McPhail, Alex Fuson, Thomas Hamilton, Tristen Myers and  Chase Wright; front row, Ashley Reyes, Caroline Turner, Kayla Wood, Elizabeth San Lucas, Heer Gandhi and Danna Rodriguez Valdez. Not pictured: Cali Griffin, Matthew Couger, Magdalynn Paul, Riegen Robertson, Abigail Otts, Aileen Castorena, Nathaniel Barerra and Nayeli Hernandez. (Photo courtesy of Breckenridge High School)

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