Four Santa Fe Christian students place in regional spelling bee

Four Santa Fe Christian students placed in their grade level in the 2010 ASCI Regional Spelling Bee on Jan. 29. The students were among 160 from across San Diego County to participate in the competition. The students representing Santa Fe Christian were third-place winner Andrew Varghese, fourth-place winner Cameron Anthony, first-place winner Griffin Douglass and fourth-place winner Bradley Weeks.

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