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2017

Our SPECIAL Congratulations to Sarvagna for winning FIRST PLACE in Elementary (K-6) section in Individual Championship. In the TEAM Championship, our players won FIRST and SECOND PLACE in Primary Team, FIRST and SECOND PLACE  in Elementary Team and in Jr. High our Bumpus School Team  won SECOND  PLACE in School Team Championship.

GO ChessKidsNation – Where Chess Champions come from …… INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIP

  • Elementary K-6 – Sarvagna Velidandla – FIRST PLACE
  • High Under 800 – Claire Jun – Tied for FIRST (On tiebreaks Fifth Place)
  • Open K-12 – Vikhram Balagee – Tied for SECOND (On tiebreaks Fourth Place)

TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP

PRIMARY SECTION – CLUB – FIRST PLACE
  • Akhil Batchu
  • Krish Nathan
  • SreeKrishna Chintareddy
  • Shreyas Keshava

PRIMARY SECTION – CLUB – SECOND PLACE

  • Albert Chen
  • Arav Halade
  • Anand Prasad
  • Siva Majeti
  • Sanjana Gaddamanugu

ELEMENTARY SECTION – CLUB – FIRST PLACE

  • Atindrah Harishankar
  • Raghav Madabushi
  • Sai Korrapatti
  • Sidharth Doppalapudi

ELEMENTARY SECTION – CLUB – SECOND PLACE

  • Nishant Doppalapudi
  • Raj Patel
  • Deepak Kumar
  • Kaushik Dheeravath

Jr. High – Bumpus Middle School – SECOND PLACE

  • Krishin Yerabolu
  • Kapil Nathan
  • Hayden Harding
  • Claire Jun

Section

Grade

Name

Coach

K5U900

2

Akhil Reddy Batchu

Coach Vikhram

K9U1250

5

Atindrah Harishankar

Coach Sekar

K9U1250

7

Kapil Nathan

Coach Tejas

K3U700

2

Krish Nathan

Coach Tejas

K5U900

4

Parker Cy Liu

Coach Ashfaq

K8U750

5

Rishi Yellamraju

Coach Vikhram

K12U1200

6

Sai Chinmay Kushal Korrapati

Coach Vikhram

K8U750

3

Sreekrishna Chintareddy

Coach Vikhram

June 11, 2017 Based on Vikhram Balagee’s performance at the Alabama State Scholastic Chess Championship and subsequent playoff today(6/11/2017), he is nominated to represent the State of Alabama at the Denker Tournament (http://www.denkerchess.com/ ) of High School Champions to be held July 29 – August 1 during the 2017 US Open in Norfolk, VA. This is a prestigious tournament in which one nominee from each state competes for national honors. We are extremely proud of Vikhram and his achievement. We are sure he will do his BEST and represent our Great State of Alabama.

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