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Chess Tournament

 

The 2018 Cherry Creek District Chess Tournament was held on March 3, 2018, at Overland High School.  The tournament is open to any Cherry Creek student, grades K-12.  A total of 132 players, representing 30 schools, participated in this year's tournament. Full Cross-tables and results are available at http://coloradomasterchess.com/2017-18/

Trophies were awarded to the winners listed below.

 

Kindergarten

1st- Dmitry Spande

2nd - Boris Peretsky

 

1st Grade

1st - Abe Passo

2nd - Kaavya Sakthisaravanan

3rd - Daniel Lozovatsky

4th - Adler Tuley

5th - Jhonatan Moore

 

2nd Grade

1st - Ben Miga

2nd - Abhijay Balamurugan

3rd - Emilio Yabar

4th - Kaikai Ning

5th- Isabella Feldstein

 

3rd Grade

1st - Paxton Dabasinskas

2nd- Johnny Landfather

3rd- Michael Zhang

4th - Padraig Meyer

5th - Leticia Yabar

 

4th Grade

1st- Anthony Landfather

2nd- Karl Krull

3rd- Prathik Mandala

4th- Jaiden Hwang

5th- Carson Simon

 

5th Grade

1st - Austin Zhang

2nd- Adeeb Moktader

3rd- Shourya Hooda

4th- Ethan Lou

5th - Anderson Flores

 

6th-8th Grade

1st- Shiven Saxena

2nd- David Pupko

3rd- Advik Shrivastava

4th- Mohan Gopal

5th- Shrihari Asokan

 

9-12th Grade

1st- 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 2018 Cherry Creek Chess League and the first place trophy was Willow Creek Elementary. High Plains Elementary took home the second place trophy.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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