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The 411: Youth

Lifegate students place in state competitions

Lifegate students place in state competitions
Lifegate Christian School students competing in state academic and music competitions are (front, from left) Samantha Swisher, Sidney Knight, Ruth Cramblitt, Lyndsay Weaver, Hunter Hewell, Ben Stevens, Katelin Psencik, Rebecca Mundt, Rachel Cramblitt, Patrick Haley, (back) Tyler Swisher, Kyle Coffman, Eric Luna, Trenton Cleveland, Reno McKinzey, Faith Fowler, and Kenny Cramblitt.

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Students from Lifegate Christian School competed and earned honors in recent state competitions for academics and vocal music.

The Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) held state academic finals at Concordia University in Austin on April 4-6. Lifegate students finishing with awards included:

•Rachel Cramblitt -- second, ready writing

•Reno McKinzey -- third, Literary Criticism; sixth, current events & issues

•Hunter Hewell -- third, spelling

•Erik Luna -- sixth, Spanish.

In vocal music, the Lifegate team finished first in state among all TAPPS 1A schools participating in the state meet. Earning honors at the competition, held April 12-13 at the First Baptist Church in Belton were:

•Rachel Cramblitt -- female vocal

•Kenny Cramblitt and Gabe Galvan -- male vocal.

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