2015 Literary Results
Coosa takes Region Literary title and Model junior Bria Moon is third at State
Posted on 03/18/2015
Coosa
Floyd County Schools swept the first three places in the 7AA Literary Meet held recently at Georgia Highlands College.  Coosa High School took the region title and first place, Model High came in second and Armuchee High took third to complete the sweep of the region.

Individual Coosa results contributing in the region title were: first place in girls dramatic interpretation - Autumn Munday; first place girls trio - Olivia West, Ali McFarland, and Autumn Ridley; first place boys quartet - Austin Perkins, Dequan Johnson, Christopher Morgan, and Angel Armas-Armengas; first place boys solo - Christopher Morgan; first place girls solo - Olivia West.  Second place finishers for Coosa were: Kaitlyn Phillips, and Kayla Ngo. Coosa participants finishing third were: Bob Hand and Dequan Johnson.

Model High took first in girls essay, boys extemporaneous speaking, and boys dramatic interpretation.  Model took second in boys essay and girls dramatic interpretation.  They finished third in girls extemporaneous speaking.

Armuchee placed first with Clancy Loorham in boys essay and Abby Blackman in girls extemporaneous speaking.  The Indians placed second with Markus Wilder in boys extemporaneous speaking and third with Carson Cook in girls essay.

At the State Literary Meet held in Warner Robins, Model junior Bria Moon placed third in girls essay, the boys quartet from Coosa made up of Austin Perkins, Dequan Johnson, Christopher Morgan and Angel Armas-Armengas finished fourth as did Armuchee's Clancy Loorham in boys essay.