Scripps National Spelling Bee
NATIONAL HARBOR, MD. | Sean Ives couldn’t remember if the word “perennial” had one N or two.
UNION TOWNSHIP | After spelling "echt" in an earlier round Saturday, Sean Ives had no trouble dealing with "efficacy," handling it with efficacy, to earn the title and the trip to Washington, D.C., for the finals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Wyatt Lee, of Chesterton Middle School, patiently waits with his fellow spellers to see who all will make it to the next round of spelling bee Saturday morning at Wheeler Middle School.
WHEELER | For the second year in a row, Katie Kirk won the Regional Spelling Bee.
CALUMET CITY | Lincoln Elementary School eighth-grader Senora Lewis will represent the school Tuesday in the South Cook Regional Spelling Bee at Central Middle School in Tinley Park, Lincoln School has announced.
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