The TPS Chess Tigers competed in Nashville, Tennessee in this past weekend's Supernationals, which combines the Elementary, Junior High and High School Nationals, is held every four years.
And, WOW, did they do well! Two TPS teams came in first place in the nation. Only THREE TEAMS in the entire country were the champions of TWO DIVISIONS: TPS, Barringer Elementary (NC), and IS 318 from Brooklyn (of "Brooklyn Castle" fame).
Here are the results.
K5 Under 900 Section: CO-CHAMPIONS!!! We tied with two other teams for 1st place, out of 74 teams and 521 players!
Arjun Ahya 11th overall (tied for 6th)
Anand Rajagopalan 20th overall (tied for 6th)
Ben Russo (45th)
K8 Under 1000 section: 1st Place!!!! Out of 44 teams and 249 players!
Noah Riccardi 3rd - BRAVO!!!!!
George Davis-Diver 10th overall (tied for 9th)
Evan Liddy 16th overall (tied for 9th)
Aakash Jha 19 (tied for 17th)
K12 Under 1600: 17th place (tie for 16th) Out of 79 teams and 490 players!
Tate Park 14th overall (tied for 12th)
K3 Under 700
Mikaela Orenstein, our youngest and most enthusiastic player!
Important to note: Jamieson Wade '15, currently a sophomore at Springside Chestnut Hill, WON 1st place individual in the K12 U1600 division!
We had 18 players in 4 sections. A record number of TPS participants!
Enormous thanks to the TPS chess parents, whose support of their children and our chess program is greatly appreciated!