Virtual UIL Academic Meet Results

Although the official UIL academic competition was cancelled, the University Interscholastic League implemented an “At Home” competition to provide the students an opportunity to test the knowledge and skills they worked on during the 2019-20 school year. This “At Home” meet was conducted virtually through Zoom meetings among local groups, and the results were sent into state UIL so that the students could see how they would rank with other schools. Participation was voluntary.

Several Henrietta High School students chose to compete in these events:

In Spelling and Vocabulary, Henrietta’s team won first place at both the local and state levels.  The members of the team won the following individual places both in the local meet and at the state level: Maggie Fleming – 1st place, Connor Mitchell – 2nd, Leah Scribner – 3rd, Evan Evangelista – 4th, Jesseree Reyes – 6th, and Madison Hanson – 7th.

Katie Yurcho won 1st in Science, Biology, and Chemistry at the local level and placed 15th at the state level in Science, 11th in Biology and 9th in Chemistry.  Holice Holbert placed 5th in Science at the local level.

In Current Events, Robby Story finished 2nd at the local level and 13th at the state level.  Noah Hendrix placed 5th at the local level.  Holice Holbert placed 5th in Ready Writing at the local level.  Severnity Brown placed 2ndat the local meet in Calculator. 

In Literary Criticism, Maggie Fleming placed 8th and Evanne Kleinert 9th at the local level.

In Number Sense at the local level, Maggie Fleming placed 3rd, Evan Evangelista 4th, Henley Liggett 5th, Connor Mitchell 7th, and Jonathan Halberg 8th.

Kudos to these student for going the extra mile by competing in this meet even though the official meet was cancelled.

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