Fairlawn spelling bee winners


On March 18, Fairlawn held its annual spelling bee. Twenty-eight students in grades three through eight competed after making it out of their grade level bees. After 11 rounds, seventh-grader Alli Orsborne, left, daughter of Neil and Alysha Orsborne, won by spelling the word goblins. Eighth-grader Lilian Berryman, center, daughter of Ben and Sulachena Berryman, was the first runner up and sixth-grader, right, Sarah Patten, daughter of Don and Megan Patten, was the second runner up.

On March 18, Fairlawn held its annual spelling bee. Twenty-eight students in grades three through eight competed after making it out of their grade level bees. After 11 rounds, seventh-grader Alli Orsborne, left, daughter of Neil and Alysha Orsborne, won by spelling the word goblins. Eighth-grader Lilian Berryman, center, daughter of Ben and Sulachena Berryman, was the first runner up and sixth-grader, right, Sarah Patten, daughter of Don and Megan Patten, was the second runner up.


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On March 18, Fairlawn held its annual spelling bee. Twenty-eight students in grades three through eight competed after making it out of their grade level bees. After 11 rounds, seventh-grader Alli Orsborne, left, daughter of Neil and Alysha Orsborne, won by spelling the word goblins. Eighth-grader Lilian Berryman, center, daughter of Ben and Sulachena Berryman, was the first runner up and sixth-grader, right, Sarah Patten, daughter of Don and Megan Patten, was the second runner up.

On March 18, Fairlawn held its annual spelling bee. Twenty-eight students in grades three through eight competed after making it out of their grade level bees. After 11 rounds, seventh-grader Alli Orsborne, left, daughter of Neil and Alysha Orsborne, won by spelling the word goblins. Eighth-grader Lilian Berryman, center, daughter of Ben and Sulachena Berryman, was the first runner up and sixth-grader, right, Sarah Patten, daughter of Don and Megan Patten, was the second runner up.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/03/web1_FairlawnSpellingBee-copy.jpgOn March 18, Fairlawn held its annual spelling bee. Twenty-eight students in grades three through eight competed after making it out of their grade level bees. After 11 rounds, seventh-grader Alli Orsborne, left, daughter of Neil and Alysha Orsborne, won by spelling the word goblins. Eighth-grader Lilian Berryman, center, daughter of Ben and Sulachena Berryman, was the first runner up and sixth-grader, right, Sarah Patten, daughter of Don and Megan Patten, was the second runner up. Courtesy photo