14 local spelling bee winners will battle it out for ultimate title

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Morning Display anchors Bruce Hamilton and Melanie Lawson declared the purchase of the Initial Coast Spelling Bee on Monday.

They selected from a box at random — choosing one at a time.

The First Coast Spelling Bee is considerably less than two months absent. 14 regional spelling bee winners will struggle it out for the ultimate title.

The spelling bee will be held just about on Friday, April 1. The winner will not only choose house the trophy — they’ll also get a opportunity to compete in the Scripps Countrywide Spelling Bee in D.C.

In this article is the formal order:

1. Kaleb Hilliard will depict Nassau County. He is a 5th grader at Hilliard Elementary. “Mousse” won him his very last competitors.

2. Alexander Murnahan is a 6th grader at Bradford Center. He won with the phrase: “kimchi”

3. Addison Webb is symbolizing Suwannee County. The 8th grader at Westwood Christian won with the term “padre.”

4. Cindy Kim is representing Columbia County. She is an 8th grader at Lake Metropolis Center. Her successful phrase was “whirlybird.”

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5. Samuel Evans is homeschooled and will be representing Union County. He received his past matchup with the term “Richter scale.”

6. Mitchell Spencer Edelstein is representing Flagler County. He is a 7th grader at Buddy Taylor Center. His successful phrase: “Richter scale.”

7. Kaitlynn Wilson is Putnam County’s contestant. The 6th grader at Robert H Jenkins Elementary gained with the phrase “misconception.”

8. Jeevan George is a 5th grader from Alachua County. He attends Concealed Oak Elementary and gained the county bee with the phrase: “churn”

9. Rena Reddish is from Clay County. She’s a 7th grader at Keystone Heights Junior Substantial. “Trivia” was her winning term.

10. Marvin Mattair is an 8th grader at Madison County Central. His successful word was “comply.”

11. Ernest Quesada is symbolizing Duval County. The 7th grader at Springfield Middle received the county bee with the word “rotisserie.”

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12. Deeksha Hariharan is a 6th grader at Valley Ridge Academy in St. Johns County.“Truckee” was her profitable term.

13. Kaylyn Murphy is a 6th grader at Hamilton County Elementary. She received her county with the term “motley.”

14. Dallas Norman is a 7th grader at Baker County Center and his successful phrase was “spatula.” Dallas is the only returning champion this yr.

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