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The last contest in the Western north region took place yesterday as scheduled with three contests. It was an exciting contest as the unexpected happened. Reigning champions, Bia Senior High Technical School couldn’t maintain their position but rather lost it to another school.
Let take a glance through the winners in the various contests and their corresponding winning scores.
WESTERN NORTH REGIONAL QUALIFIERS.
CONTEST 1, END OF CONTEST:
Bibiani SHTS: 31 points
Nana Brentu SHS: 23 points
Sefwi Wiawso SHTS: 17 points
Juaboso SHS: 10 points
Dadieso SHS: 02 points
CONTEST 2, END OF CONTEST:
Sefwi Bekwai SHS: 38 points
Bia SHTS: 23 points
St. Joseph SHS: 16 points
Sefwi Wiawso SHS: 10 points
Akontombra SHS: 09 points
CONTEST 3, END OF CONTEST:
Ahantaman Girls’ SHS: 34 points
Prestea SHS: 15 points
Huni Valley SHS: 12 points
Adiembra SHS: 10 points
Congratulations to winning school. Wishing you all good luck in your next contest.
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