Seniors Livernois, Sweet place in top 10 at state championship chess tournament

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Seniors Livernois, Sweet place in top 10 at state championship chess tournament

Seniors Nate Livernois and Michael Sweet earned spots in the top 10 at this past weekend's state championship chess tournament at LHS.

Seniors Nate Livernois and Michael Sweet earned spots in the top 10 at this past weekend's state championship chess tournament at LHS.

Photo by Mrs. Jabar

Seniors Nate Livernois and Michael Sweet earned spots in the top 10 at this past weekend's state championship chess tournament at LHS.

Photo by Mrs. Jabar

Photo by Mrs. Jabar

Seniors Nate Livernois and Michael Sweet earned spots in the top 10 at this past weekend's state championship chess tournament at LHS.

Alex Seeley, Features Editor

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By the end of the state championship chess tournament this past Saturday at LHS, Seniors Michael Sweet and Nate Livernois both held medals in their hands, with Sweet placing tenth and Livernois placing ninth in the competition.

“It was a really cool event,” chess club adviser Ms. Jabar said. 

With the competition divided among four divisions: K-3, Elementary, Middle School, and High School, over 60 representatives competed.

“They [Sweet and Livernois] should be proud of their performances this year,” Jabar said.

Even though it was a long day for Jabar, her favorite part of the day was watching the competitors have fun, especially in the lobby both pre- and post- match.

“Everyone enjoys it,” Jabar said. “I’m hoping for everyone to come back next year as well.”

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