Chess Club

UMaine Chess
An incredible outpouring of support and an increase in popularity of scholastic chess in Maine resulted in a turnout of three hundred twenty-seven players with ages ranging from six to eighteen and including all grades from kindergarten to high school senior. There were nine teams in the K-3 Championship section.

There was a two-way tie for second place in the K-3 Championship section between Abraham Lincoln School (who received the second place trophy on tiebreaks) and Brewer Community School Team B.

The remaining teams in the K-3 championship section in order of finish were: Brewer Community School Team A, Fort O’Brien School, Hope Elementary School, Piscataquis Elementary School (who received the first place K-3 Novice section trophy) and Great Falls School.

Fifty-eight players and twelve teams competed in the K-6 Championship section. In clear second and receiving the Runner Up trophy in the K-6 Championship section was Brewer Community School with 14.5 points. A special nod to Omair who won all four matches.

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