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Chatham Academic Team Finishes No. 3 in the Nation in Tournament of Champions

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Chatham High's Academic team came home with the third-place trophy after competing in the Tournament of Champions on Sunday in Orlando, Fla. Credits: CHS
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CHS Academic team Alex Cotignola, Ameya Phadnis, Sophie Andrews and Armen Panossian with advisors Mallory Lynn and Thomas Cummins standing behind them Credits: CHS
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Chatham High Academic team enjoying Universal Studios Credits: CHS
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Chatham High Academic team during some down time at the Academic Tournament held over the weekend Credits: CHS
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The Chatham High academic team visits Harry Potter World Credits: CHS
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ORLANDO, FLA. - Chatham High's Academic team of Alex Cotignola, Ameya Phadnis, Sophie Andrews and Armen Panossian returned home as the No. 3 team in the nation after competing in the Academic "Tournament of Champions" on Sunday in Florida.

Chatham was seeded first, but lost the opening match to Plano West High of Texas. Chatham came back to defeat University School of Indiana before meeting up with Plano West and coming within one question of defeating the Texas team.

"The team did fantastic, buzzing in early on questions pertaining to world geography, chemistry, American history, and calculus," Chatham High Academic team advisor Mallory Lynn said. "All members of the team played an integral part and their teamwork was unmatched." 

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