Two Bristol kids win state chess titles

BRISTOL — The thirty-second annual Vermont Scholastic Chess Championships were held on Saturday, April 6, at Berlin Elementary School in Berlin, Vermont. Students from across the state competed for grade level championships in Kindergarten through grade 6, plus middle school and high school championships. Two Bristol boys, Jack Frizzell and Jacob Graham, took home wins from the event.
Graham was the victor in the Middle School division, and won the right to represent Vermont in the Barber K-8 Nationals, held in Orlando this summer. Graham is a 6th-grader at the Bridge school and was allowed to compete in the middle school division. Frizzell, competing in his first-ever tournament, took home a trophy as the 5th Grade Division Champion.

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