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May 1, 2013

French students place well

Zionsville Community High School French students competed at the annual French Congrés Saturday, April 20, at Cathedral High School. Sarina Neote was president of the Congrés this year and Sarah Denne was the vice president. Denne will be next year’s president, and Brielle Hernandez will be the vice president.

Pictured are participants and winners. First row from left: Greg Huibregtse (1st in instrumental ensemble), Monica Villanueva, Christopher Metzger (1st in instrumental ensemble), Beau La Joie (4th place in history/culture), Morgan Cornacchini (2nd in Trivia, 4th in history/culture, 2nd in translation and 3rd in geography), Brielle Hernandez (1st in poetry recitation), Addie Bell (1st in instrumental ensemble), Lara Barrett (4th in dictation, 1st in translation). Second row from left: Chandler Horton (1st in instrumental ensemble), Maja Kabasa (4th in sight reading), Abby Garcia, Collin English (4th in scrambled sentences, 3rd in geography), Emily Phipps, Holly Dusek (3rd in scrambled sentences), Sarah Denne (3rd in conversation, 2nd in scrambled sentences, 3rd in dictation). Third row from left: Baizhen Zhu, Morgan Bolton, Adam Humphrey (1st in instrumental ensemble), Kaleb Yeknich (1st in instrumental ensemble), Alex Yiannoutsos (3rd in sight reading, 4th in impromptu speech), James Sowinski (4th in geography), Sarina Neote (3rd in conversation), Elizabeth Hacker (1st in instrumental ensemble). Not pictured: Yuelin Dang (4th in instrumental solo), Kami Barnes (1st in graphic poster), Ross McKnight (2nd in original art poster), Dixe Schillachi (1st in graphic art poster).

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