A group of Perkins County students attended McCook Community College on March 11 for the annual Inter-High Day scholastic competition and came in third place.
PCS third at MCC Inter-High Day
Students from Perkins County High School took third place in their division at McCook Community College’s annual Inter-High Day scholastic competition March 11 A total of 15 area schools competed.
In Division 1, McCook High School took first, Southern Valley was second and Perkins County placed third.
In Division 2, Southwest High School claimed the top prize, Cambridge was second and Hitchcock County third.
Medicine Valley High school won Division 3, Maywood was second and Wauneta-Palisade placed third.
Nearly 300 students from 15 area high schools took more than 500 tests.
In the individual categories, the top winners in each category receive $500 scholarships with tuition waivers awarded second and third place award winners.
Here are the winners from Perkins County:
Advanced Math—1, Jacob Woodmancy.
Algebra 1—3, Gavin Smith.
Algebra 2—1, Jeb Kohl.
Chemistry—1, Jacob Woodmancy.
Graphic Design—1, Meghan Bishop.
Stem Engineering—2, Elijah Busick.
Welding—2, Ethan Sihm.