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Chess Tournament

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The 2017 Cherry Creek Chess Tournament took place at Overland High School on Saturday, March 4th.  The tournament is open to any Cherry Creek student, grades K-12.  A total of 169 students from 40 schools participated in this year's tournament.  Results, by grade level, are listed below.  Full cross-tables and results are available at http://www.coloradomasterchess.com/cherrycreek.html

Congratulations to all of our Cherry Creek Chess players!!

 

Kindergarten

1st- Brady Mong

1st Grade

1st - Ben Miga

2nd - Shreyas Gadepalli

3rd - KaiKai Ning

4th - Arihant Gupa

5th - Kian Rast

2nd Grade

1st - Michael Zhang

2nd - Paxton Dabasinskas

3rd - Johnny Landfather

4th - Nicole Munoz

5th- Mateo Martinez

3rd Grade

1st - Ani Gadepalli

2nd- Vivianne Do

3rd- Karl Krull

4th - Nathan Ly

5th - Carson Simon

4th Grade

1st- Austin Zhang

2nd- Ethan Lou

3rd- Ethan Doering

4th- Anderson Flores

5th- Agastya Gupta

5th Grade

1st - Abigail Douglas

2nd- Shiven Saxena

3rd- David Pupko

4th- Rithvik Ijju

5th - Evan Pacic

6th-8th Grade

1st- Aditya Krishna

2nd- Advik Shrivastava

3rd- Anthony Rabinkov

4th- Elias Mickelson

5th- Ian Doering

9-12th Grade

1st- Sam Cohen

2nd- Daniel Ruvins

3rd- Cody Myhre

4th- Blake Tangora

5th- Reilly Rapoport

 

The Cherry Creek Chess League is a district chess opportunity where schools play matches against each other after school once a week in January and February.  Each school fields a ten player team where the schools have home and away matches. The top player from each school squares off against the top player from the other school, second best player plays second best player, and so on down the line.

The winner of the 2017 Cherry Creek Chess League and the first place trophy was Challenge School. Willow Creek took home the second place trophy.

If your school is interested in joining the Chess League next year, contact Todd Bardwick, District Chess Coordinator, at 303-770-6696 or tbardwick@yahoo.com.

 

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