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Nyssa student will represent Malheur County at Scripps National Spelling Bee!

Nyssa Middle School sixth grader Cadi Corn

defeated all comers to win the

Third Annual Malheur County Spelling Bee,

and in so doing, won a trip to Washington, D.C. to represent the county.

It was Corn’s second win in as many years,

and the first time Malheur County will send a representative to the

National Bee.


Winners at each grade level are listed below:

First Grade:
1st- Estefania Torres-Escobedo- Aiken
2nd- Will Garcia- Alameda
3rd- Sebastian Martinez- Four Rivers
Second Grade:
1st- Anita Gomez-Meza- Alameda
2nd- Liam Grove- St. Peter Catholic
3rd- Ricky Rodelo- Nyssa
Third Grade:
1st- Violet Gonzales- St. Peter Catholic
2nd- Katalina Ramirez- Aiken
3rd- Brodin Bundy- Cairo
Fourth Grade: 
1st- Kendra Johnson- Treasure Valley Christian
2nd- Trevin Draper- Cairo
3rd- Collin Mulvany- Willowcreek
Fifth Grade:
1st- Ariel Martinez- Four Rivers
2nd- Ashlyn Hung- St. Peter Catholic
3rd- London Echeverria- Annex
Sixth Grade:
1st-  Arcadia Corn- Nyssa
2nd- Claire Collins- Jordan Valley
3rd- Georgie Rodriguez- Alameda
Seventh Grade:
1st- Aliciana Lopez- Four Rivers
2nd- Cara Zacharias- Vale
3rd- Keighlee Glover- Nyssa
Eighth Grade:
1st- Diego Chavolla- Ortiz- Ontario
2nd- Eli Mendieta- Vale
3rd- Ava Shaw- Annex

Overall champion Cadi Corn smiles in preparation for the competition.

Grade level winners gather with the Bee mascot.

Argus Observer Spelling Bee article:

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