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St. Mary's students place in academic games

St. Mary's Academy students in kindergarten through sixth grades recently participated in Bishop Grimes' Invitational Academic Games, where art and essay awards were granted. Third grader Amanda Nedell won first place with her entry in the art competition.

Categories that other St. Mary's students competed in included: math, spelling, science, art, essay, religion and oratory.

St. Mary's participants and winners in the 2011 Academic Games include:

    Mia Pozzi (drawing and painting, participation)

Sarah Strieter (drawing and painting, participation)

John Massaro (drawing and painting, honorable mention; religion, first place)

Andrew Janowski (math, first place; religion, first place)

Michael Wolniak (spelling, second place; math, first place; oratory, third place)

Kate Janczyk (spelling, second place; math, first place; oratory, first place; vocal, first place)

Tia Pulikal (spelling, first place; math, second place; oratory, first place; religion, first place)

Elyssa Adams (spelling; first place)

Jonathan Duteau (spelling, second place; science, first place; drawing and painting, third place)

Adam Kinville (spelling, first place; math, second place)

Amanda Nedell (spelling, third place; drawing and painting, first place)

Justin O'Connor (spelling, third place)

Katelyn Oswalt (spelling, first place; science, third place; religion, third place)

Patrick Schmitt (science, first place)

Abby Benware (spelling, second place; math, second place; oratory, third place)

Colin Piedmonte (drawing and painting, participation)

Sean Piedmonte (spelling, third place; math, second place)

Ryan O'Connor (spelling, second place; math, first place)

Alexandra Wolniak (oratory, second place; drawing and painting, honorable mention)

Kate Benware (spelling, second place; math, second place)

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