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KC announces knowledge contest winners
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Photo supplied Knights of Columbus Math and Spelling contest winners who are eligible to advance to the next level are, from left, Silas Setterstrom, Kelsei Pulvermacher, Caitlyn Kamps, Ellis Erb, Keyton Friske, Mark Jenson and Sarah Sabatke. Not present is Delaney Jacobson.
MONROE - The Knights of Columbus Math and Spelling contest for fifth graders was held in Abraham Lincoln, Northside, Parkside, and St. Victor Schools the week of Nov. 30. Building winners are as follows:Math• St. Victor School (four entrants): Bradley Ripp, first place; Michell Millner, second place; Alizae Swenson, third place • Northside School (13 entrants): Silas Setterstrom, first place; Kyle Krebs, second place; Nathan Smith, third place;• Parkside School (19 entrants): Jacob Kind, first place; Darian Boeck, second place; Brandon Hendrickson, third place;• Abraham Lincoln (seven entrants): Nick Baumann , first place; Hunter Weckerly, second place; Gavin Sager, third place;Spelling• St. Victor School (six entrants): Elizabeth Brennan, first place; Vanessa Meier, second place; Clare-Michaela Hughes, third place;• Northside School (15 entrants): Meghan Finley, first place; Alicia Kuester, second place; Benjamin Dombkowski, third place;• Parkside School (20 entrants): Kelsie Pulvermacher, first place; Abigail Bethke, second place; Scott Foley, third place;• Abraham Lincoln (2 entrants): Brianna Abell, first place; Trenton Prien, second place.Building winners and all participants receive certificates. The first-place citywide winners in math and spelling each receive an engraved plaque and are eligible to compete at the Diocesan Level Knowledge Contest in March where they will compete against other winners from the southwestern part of the state.