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National K-12 Grade Championships 2015 Grade 11

us chess k-12The National K-12 Grade Championships took place in Orlando, Florida, USA from the 3rd of December to the 5th December. The event boasted a total attendance of 1725 preregistered players, the highest total since 2003. 289 players competed in the blitz portion of the event, an increase of 79 players since last year. In the K-12 blitz, Andrew Liu from Massachusetts emerged victorious, while Arai Gordon Lee from Kansas won the K-6 Blitz portion.

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Xiexin Wang (2233) from Arizona wins the gold medal a full point ahead of the 70 player competition with the incredible 6.5 points. Samuel He (2218) and Daniel He (2241), both from Washington scored 5.5 points in 7 games and won silver and bronze, respectively.

Final Standings

No. Name St Rate Pts
1 Wang, Xiexin AZ 2233 6.5
2 He, Samuel WA 2218 5.5
3 He, Daniel WA 2241 5.5
4 Brito Valdes, Santiago Jose FL 2281 5.5
5 Wu, Christopher NJ 2406 5.5
6 Yang, Yi MA 2310 5
7 Rives, Hal Difede NY 2068 5
8 Zhang, Eric NY 2120 5
9 Kostovetsky, Daniel NY 2137 5
10 Keuchel, Connor OH 1990 5
11 Panuganti, Kireet Venkata NC 2045 5
12 Rivero, Danilo FL 2088 5
13 Riegelhaupt, Cory FL 2121 5
14 Liu, Andrew MA 2337 4.5
15 Pond, Markus NY 1832 4.5
16 Torras, Teseo L NY 1970 4.5
17 Gospodinov, Lyubomir FL 2082 4.5
18 Kehoe, Webster NY 2040 4.5
19 Huang, Brandon NY 1713 4.5
20 Macom, William Campbell, Ii FL 1775 4.5
21 Kleidermacher, Lauren FL 1909 4
22 Kronberg, Kai NY 2003 4
23 Mcdonald, Matthew V KY 1882 4
24 Padmanabhan, Akshay S CA 1999 4
25 Lauretti, Loring MA 1845 4
26 Danielson, Matthew N NJ 1627 4
27 Yassky, Daniel NY 1889 4
28 Wen, Jack NY 1878 4
29 Eng, Rachael AZ 1986 4
30 Asseviro Jr, Antho NY 1789 4
31 Yeo, Noah WA 1849 3.5
32 Wagner, Connor H NY 1942 3.5
33 Downes, Austin Scott, Jr GA 1600 3.5
34 Odom, Barret TX 1709 3.5
35 Uddin, Mubassar NY 1962 3.5
36 Katz, Joris NY 1919 3.5
37 Ferris, Antonio Robert AZ 1041 3.5
38 Lopez, David FL 1616 3.5
39 Head, Tod S KY 1840 3.5
40 Guthrie, Duncan M VA 1732 3.5
41 Cherin, Sam NY 1745 3.5
42 Ramirez, Jonnathan FL 1169 3.5
43 Turner, Charles Jackson GA 812 3.5
44 Concepcion, Rommel FL 1542 3.5
45 Manzo, Matthew Duncan MA 1865 3
46 Naylor, Jonathan VA 1718 3
47 Morejon, Helen FL 1693 3
48 Nash, Devin Jamal GA 1487 3
49 Gentile, Tyler Matthew NJ 1144 3
50 Carter, Peter NY 1635 3
51 Chapman, Theodore NY 1267 3
52 Baker, Bailey IL 932 3
53 Clarke, Colin James NJ 525 3
54 Gumarin, Jose Edison De La, I GA 3
55 Barabas, Hunter Timberlake PA 1003 2.5
56 Thomas, Judin Job AZ 861 2.5
57 Yung, Aaron K FL 2.5
58 Lockwood, Benjamin J PA 1103 2.5
59 Campos, Joshua FL 509 2.5
60 Dionne, Sam FL 1119 2
61 Kapadia, Rayomand FL 605 2
62 Williams, Jesse CO 1403 2
63 Ward, Douglas NY 947 2
64 Gratigny, Jessica Anna GA 2
65 Spivey, Rosalee L GA 2
66 Schiener, Nathan NY 1020 2
67 Altamiranda, Alejandro FL 220 2
68 Toirac, Darian FL 2
69 Bilsky, Alan FL 557 1.5
70 Alba, Mariann Astr TX 494 1.5
71 Ibarra, Austin Phillip FL 1

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