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Schofield w-i-n-s spelling bee

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Samantha Schofield of Fallen Timbers Middle School gets a hug from her mother Janet Schofield after the win.

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Third-place winner Leah Schwan of Evergreen Middle School, left, winner Samantha Schofield of Fallen Timbers Middle School, center and runner-up Matthew Lichtinger of St. Michael's Middle School with their trophies.

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Tabitha Escalante of Eastwood Middle School competes.

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Russell Bodi, professor of English and Director of the Honors Program at Owens Community College, pronounces a word for Shayna Keil of Beverly Elementary.

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Murice Sturdivant of Grove Patterson Academy spells a word.

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Samantha Schofield of Fallen Timbers Middle School, prepares to spell a word as Matthew Lichtinger of St. Michael's Middle School listens to the spelling of the word he missed.

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Samantha Schofield of Fallen Timbers Middle School spells the winning word as Matthew Lichtinger of St. Michael's Middle School listens.

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Leah Schwan of Evergreen Middle School, left, and Sarah Pohlman-Beshuk, a student at Anthony Wayne Junior High School, wait for a round to start.

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The champion's trophy.

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Russell Bodi, professor of English and Director of the Honors Program at Owens Community College, pronounces a word for a contestant.

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Sarah Pohlman-Beshuk, a student at Anthony Wayne Junior High School, concentrates on her word.

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