Fourteen CHS Students Advance to State Literary Rally

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Jennifer Bellard

The following Crowley High students participated in the District Literary Rally held on the campus of Louisiana State University in Eunice: front row from left, Jordan Vincent, Makayla Hargrave, Kiara Davis, Julia Arcemont, Jackson Greene, Cameron Trahan, Emma Broussard, Madeline Foster, and Dakota Forrest; back row, Kathryn Primeaux, Alondra Ordaz, Alyssa Hoffpauir, Angelo Cuccio,Trevor LeBlanc, Kayden Woodward, Brodey Hoffpauir, Sierra Primeaux, and Sophia Fontenot.

EUNICE – Fourteen Crowley High School students have advanced to state after finishing at least third in Division II in the 2020 Louisiana State University at Eunice District Literary Rally held March 7.

Julia Arcemont captured first in algebra I while Sierra Primeaux won in nutrition and food.

Placing second were Angelo Cuccio (advanced math: pre-calculus), Kiara Davis (English I), Dakota Forrest (French I), Madeline Foster (journalism), and Trevor LeBlanc (introduction to business computer applications).

Also advancing to state by finishing third in the district were Morgan Babineaux (English IV), Brodey Hoffpauir (biology), Alyssa Hoffpauir (French II), Alondra Ordaz (U.S. history), Kathryn Primeaux (business computer applications), Jordan Vincent (accounting), and Kayden Woodward (geometry).

The others who placed, but are not advancing were Kameron Trahan (fourth, algebra II), Makayla Hargrave (fifth, agriscience II), Emma Broussard (sixth, English II), Sophia Fontenot (sixth, world geography), and Jackson Green (civics, sixth).