The Beaufort Academy chess team won first place in the primary section of the South Carolina State Scholastic Championships on March 22. The team of Whit Suber, Kendra Rogers, Jack McDougall and G. Simmons has placed first in every tournament this year. Individually, Whit Suber placed second in the kindergarten through third-grade section at state and Kevin Rogers won the fifth-grade State Champion title. On April 25-27, the team attended the Junior High National Tournament in Atlanta. Pictured, from left, are G. Simmons, Whit Suber, Jack McDougall and Kendra Rogers. Not pictured is Kevin Rogers.
The Beaufort Academy chess team won first place in the primary section of the South Carolina State Scholastic Championships on March 22. The team of Whit Suber, Kendra Rogers, Jack McDougall and G. Simmons has placed first in every tournament this year. Individually, Whit Suber placed second in the kindergarten through third-grade section at state and Kevin Rogers won the fifth-grade State Champion title. On April 25-27, the team attended the Junior High National Tournament in Atlanta. Pictured, from left, are G. Simmons, Whit Suber, Jack McDougall and Kendra Rogers. Not pictured is Kevin Rogers. Submitted photo
The Beaufort Academy chess team won first place in the primary section of the South Carolina State Scholastic Championships on March 22. The team of Whit Suber, Kendra Rogers, Jack McDougall and G. Simmons has placed first in every tournament this year. Individually, Whit Suber placed second in the kindergarten through third-grade section at state and Kevin Rogers won the fifth-grade State Champion title. On April 25-27, the team attended the Junior High National Tournament in Atlanta. Pictured, from left, are G. Simmons, Whit Suber, Jack McDougall and Kendra Rogers. Not pictured is Kevin Rogers. Submitted photo

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