The Graves County High School Engineering Club Feb. 18 won the grand championship for earning the most first- and second-place awards at the first-ever Murray State University Engineering and Technology Challenge. Nineteen GCHS students competed in 12 events, ranging from environmental experiments to interior design to kayak building. Pictured here, from left, are (front row) Dustin Clancy, Michael Hopwood, Clifton Hendley, Wes Shields, Patrick Carmon, Jarred Foy, (middle row) Mitchell McClure, Cheyenne McMullen, Channing Davis, (back row) Daniel Moreland, Sarah Bryant, Garrett Bell, Jeremy Shields, Tyler Harlow, Hunter Wilkerson, and Hunter Goree. Not pictured are Shelby Carter, Nicole Smith, and Dani Gardner. Their teacher and advisor is Abbie Morris.
Graves High wins MSU Eng/Tech Challenge
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