On Saturday, Bangs ISD hosted the Dragon Academic Classic. There were a total of 14 schools from the Central Texas area competing in the Classic.

Entries to the event were limited to 1A-3A schools. The meet was governed by UIL rules and UIL set B materials were used except for in spelling, which was a computerized test from ASW Enterprises. LD Debate used the spring topic.

Medals were awarded for first, second and third places. Ribbons were given for forth through sixth place. Speech awards were also given to the top speaker in CX and LD debate.

The results are as followed:

Ready writing: Jordan Coronado - second place

Journalism Team: second place team

News Writing: Julissa Martinez - second place; Meagan Jackson - forth place

Feature Writing: Kylie Allen - fifth place; Kaitlyn Bush - fifth place

Editorial Writing: Ally Edgin - second place; Megan Jackson - third place

Headline Writing: Ally Edgin - forth place; Megan Jackson - fifth place

Literary Criticism: first place team

Ally Edgin - first place

Mikera Walker - forth place

Amelia Hubbard - fifth place


Charity Sagebiel - second place

Christian Bosquez - forth place

Computer Science:

Ryder Hall - first place

Wyatt Michaels- second place

Caleb Rudloff - third place

Chuy Alvarado - fifth place

Computer Applications:

Victoria Maldonado- forth place

Spelling - first place team

Brandy Gruben - first place

Michaela Light - second place

Michelle Massey - third place

Amber Catlin - forth place

Kira Nichols - fifth place

Social Studies - second place team

Shelby Light - first place

Speech team - first place team

Lincoln Douglas Debate: Mason Guthrie - first place; Patton McClatchy - third place

CX Debate: Andy Zambrano and Cameron Rockett - third place; Andrew Quintana and Michael Champion - sixth place

Poetry: Halle Romero - forth place; KyLynn Shumate - fifth place; Leah’Shae Gibson - sixth place

Prose: Chandler Hancock - forth place; Kady Kyle - fifth place

Persuasive Speaking: Leah’Shae Gibson - fifth place

Informative Speaking: Taylor Fracois - fifth place

Bangs ISD UIL teams took second place overall in a tight battle with district rival Wall.