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story.lead_photo.caption Pictured is the Gravette High School ACE team which competed Jan. 17 at the Performing Arts Center: Front, left, Quincy Curtis, Brian Smithers, Russell Sharp, Jayla Brown and Kelsey Gregory; back, left, Alison Shaffer (advisor), Lea Tanner, Lacey Newell, Amanda Varner, Rob Benson, Sayer Smith, Carson Alsup, Sierra Murphy, Trey Hicks and Megan Bassing (advisor). - Photo by Dodie Evans

Gravette High School was host for the first match of the 2012 NWA High School Academic Competition (ACE) last Tuesday morning at the GHS Performing Arts Center. Schools competing in the first one-hour match were West Fork, Lifeway Christian from Centerton and Gravette. The high school student body filed into the PAC and enjoyed the spirited match between the three teams, composed of 12 students each. When the final buzzer sounded, West Fork was declared winner with 44 points. Gravette and Lifeway Christian tied with 38 points each.

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News, Pages 1 on 01/25/2012

Print Headline: Gravette High hosts opening ACE match

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