From staff reports
Clarion-Limestone decathletes took fourth-place in the small and large-school division Feb. 15 and 16 at decathlon regionals at Edinboro University. C-L earned 43 medals and won first-place in the small school division.
Decathletes compete in three divisions: honors, scholastic and varsity. The following C-L decathletes won medals.
Kent Carrier, 10th grade, honors division: silver in music and math; bronze in art, economics and science
Samurah Curry, 11th grade, honors division: gold in interview and speech; bronze in math
Sadie Mahle, 12th grade, scholastic division: gold in art, economics, science, interview, speech and math; silver in music; bronze in essay
Mitch Knepp, 11th grade, scholastic division: silver in economics, bronze in speech and social science
Curvin Goheen, 11th grade, scholastic division: silver in music, speech and math
Katie Melcher, 11th grade, varsity division: gold in essay, music, art, literature, economics, science, math and overall score; silver in speech and social science
Other members of the C-L team are seniors James Gunning and Lizzy Gruver; juniors Alyssa Clover, Charizma Ferringer, Athia Strohm and Merlin Leadbetter; sophomores Isabela Barboza, Taylor Aites and Levi Orcutt; and freshman Maya Shook, Gavyn Dunn, Hayden Haines, Cara Runyan and Trinity Caro.
C-L qualifies for the state competition March 15 and 16 at Carlisle High School in Carlisle.
USAD Nationals are April 25 to 27 in Bloomington, Minn.
The 2018-19 curricular theme is The 1960s: A Transformational Decade.