State Chess Championship
Prescott Primary did very well on Monday in the State chess competition, despite not placing in the end. There were 11 State teams and we were in 2nd or 3rd place all day, until the very last round. We finished equal 4th, and the difference between 1st and 5th place was ONLY 1.5 points, which is one win and one draw!
Isabella still placed as the highest girl player, winning a trophy, and Tyson was our top scoring player winning 6 out of 8 games. Prescott College won the High School division! Several students from our school were invited into the Australian Junior Chess Championship which will be played in Adelaide in January. Congratulations to everyone for doing their very best for Prescott today.