2018 Archdiocesan Knowledge Contest winners announced

2018 Archdiocesan Knowledge Contest winners announced

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RACINE — The following students were winners in the Knights of Columbus Knowledge Contest that was held at St. Catherine’s High School on Feb. 10:

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FIFTH GRADE: First place, Anaya Segura, St. Joseph’s School; second place, Jackson Gemmell, St. Lucy’s School.

SIXTH GRADE: First place, Shritha Reddy, The Prairie School; second place, Abigail Anderson, St. Rita School.

SEVENTH GRADE: First place, Juan Moreno, Gifford Middle School; second place, Antonio Sosa, St. Joseph’s School.

EIGHTH GRADE: First place, Emily Winkler, John Paul II Academy; second place, Brooklyn Cain, St. Lucy’s School.

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FIFTH GRADE: First place, Collin Keopanya, Jefferson Lighthouse Elementary School; second place, Natalie Hoff, John Paul II Academy.

SIXTH GRADE: First place, Samuel Hapka, 21st Century Preparatory School; second place, Yingmei Tao, The REAL School.

SEVENTH GRADE: First place, Gavin Cain, St. Lucy’s School; second place, Kyleigh Anderson, The Prairie School.

EIGHTH GRADE: First place, Grace Brussat, Walden III Middle School; second place, Justin Keopanya, McKinley Middle School.

Winners will receive gift cards, ribbons and certificates of merit. First-place winners advanced to the Archdiocesan (Regional) Competition that was held on Feb. 24, at Mary Queen of Saints Academy in West Allis. Second-place winners are alternates for the Archdiocesan competition.

First- and second-place regional winners advance to the State Competition to be held on Saturday, March 24, at Assumption High School in Wisconsin Rapids.

While announcing the winners at St. Catherine’s High School on Feb. 10, KC state program director Bill Frayer praised the students for their dedication and academic excellence while thanking their parents and families for their support.

The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic men’s fraternal organization with more than 2 million members globally, more than 36,000 in Wisconsin. The Knowledge Contest is one of the many family, parish, youth, faith-based, charitable programs of the Knights. For more information, visit www.kofc.org or www.wikofc.com; call Bill Frayer at 262-633-7887, or email frayerfamily@yahoo.com.

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