Trail’s Raegan Holland wins county spelling bee


R-H Staff



The 2022 Preble County Spelling Bee was held on Jan. 20, 2022 at the Eaton Performing Arts Center.This year’s event was coordinated by the Preble County Educational Service Center, according to Superintendent Shawn Hoff, who said the bee went 14 rounds in order to declare a winner.

The 2022 Preble County Spelling Bee was held on Jan. 20, 2022 at the Eaton Performing Arts Center.This year’s event was coordinated by the Preble County Educational Service Center, according to Superintendent Shawn Hoff, who said the bee went 14 rounds in order to declare a winner.


National Trail 8th grader Raegen Holland earned first place in this year’s Preble County Spelling Bee, while AJ Phillips, also a National Trail 8th grader, came in second. Twin Valley South fifth grader Adara Suggs placed third.


EATON — The 2022 Preble County Spelling Bee was held on Jan. 20, 2022 at the Eaton Performing Arts Center.

This year’s event was coordinated by the Preble County Educational Service Center, according to Superintendent Shawn Hoff, who said the bee went 14 rounds in order to declare a winner.

National Trail 8th grader Raegen Holland earned first place, while AJ Phillips, also a National Trail 8th grader, came in second. Twin Valley South fifth grader Adara Suggs placed third.

Participants from each district included:

Eaton

Bruce Elementary — Lauren McKey and Alex Cruze

Eaton Middle School — Reese Wappenstein and Daphne Tozier

National Trail

NT Elementary — Martha Ma and Paige Carroll

NT Middle School — Holland and Phillips

Preble Shawnee

PS Middle School — Charlotte Gingerich and Evan Shields

Tri-County North

TCN Elementary — Skylar Mathis and Aiden Ritter

TCN Middle School — William Roark and Audrey Fox

Twin Valley South

TVS Elementary — Devin Spencer and Suggs

TVS Middle School — Rhett Emig and Olivia Hoover

The 2022 Preble County Spelling Bee was held on Jan. 20, 2022 at the Eaton Performing Arts Center.This year’s event was coordinated by the Preble County Educational Service Center, according to Superintendent Shawn Hoff, who said the bee went 14 rounds in order to declare a winner.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/03/web1_2022-Spelling-Bee-Participants.jpgThe 2022 Preble County Spelling Bee was held on Jan. 20, 2022 at the Eaton Performing Arts Center.This year’s event was coordinated by the Preble County Educational Service Center, according to Superintendent Shawn Hoff, who said the bee went 14 rounds in order to declare a winner.

National Trail 8th grader Raegen Holland earned first place in this year’s Preble County Spelling Bee, while AJ Phillips, also a National Trail 8th grader, came in second. Twin Valley South fifth grader Adara Suggs placed third.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/03/web1_2022-Spelling-Bee-Winners.jpgNational Trail 8th grader Raegen Holland earned first place in this year’s Preble County Spelling Bee, while AJ Phillips, also a National Trail 8th grader, came in second. Twin Valley South fifth grader Adara Suggs placed third.

R-H Staff