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Poplar’s Boadle Captures First In County Bee

Poplar’s Boadle Captures First In County Bee Poplar’s Boadle Captures First In County Bee

Poplar seventh-grade student Liberty Boadle emerged as the champion from the Roosevelt County Spelling Bee held at Frontier School on Friday, Feb. 18.

Boadle was the lone student remaining after the 11th round of the competition. A total of 28 fourtheighth grade students from Roosevelt County schools took part in the bee.

Boadle was excited about earning first-place honors. Last year, she placed only sixth at the school level so didn’t even qualify for the county bee.

Wolf Point’s Rhian Tumonong placed second at the competition.

Also placing were Poplar’s Jaden Eder in third, Wolf Point’s Anessa Summers in fourth and Bainville’s Soren Batt in fifth place.

The state spelling bee is scheduled for March 9 in Bozeman.

Students who qualified for the Roosevelt County Spelling Bee included: Bainville: Evan Anderson, Carys Holbrook, Xander Vaira, Soren Batt and Chance Clark.

Brockton: MyRee Talks Different, Kokipasni Ownspipe, Russell Eder Jr., BraeLynn DeMarrias and Daniel Segubiense.

Culbertson: Felixe Becker, Anna Steppler, Easton Steppler, Bode Cullinan and Lauren Rumsey.

Froid: Joelle Davidson, Jake Nordlund, Vanessa Nesbit, Alex Spindler and Jacob Kalal.

Frontier: Gabe Uy, Monica Uy, Teagan Demarrias, Claire Weinberger and Reed Garfield.

Poplar: Liberty Boadle, Urijah Granbois, Stephen Smoker, Serranity Buck Elk and Jaden Eder.

Wolf Point: Kori Hentges, Rhian Tumonong, Chaz Kegley, Kellen Moran and Anessa Summers.

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