Ransom Knights Place In Gulf Coast Classic Chess Tournament

October 31, 2014

Nine students from Ransom Middle School’s Chess club, the Ransom Knights, recently participated in the 2014 Annual Gulf Coast Classic Chess Tournament in Mobile.

The tournament was host to 27 students from the greater Mobile area who competed in three divisions, with the Ransom Knights scoring in the top 10 in all three divisions.

In the K-12 under 1200 rating division, Ransom Knight Kaleb Hoskins won third place, Ryan Carty won fourth place, Andrew Hoskins took seventh place and Miles Gibson won eighth place.

In the K-6 under 600 rating division, Ransom Knight Devin Rising won fourth place. In the K-9 Novice division, Ransom Knight James Conti won third place and James Streit won fourth place. Also participating in the tournament were Ransom Knights Connor Crisco and Caleb Loving.  =

The Ransom Knights will host a scholastic tournament, The Panhandle Classic, on December 6.


2 Responses to “Ransom Knights Place In Gulf Coast Classic Chess Tournament”

  1. Marnie Lowery on November 2nd, 2014 9:49 am

    Way to go Connor and all the boys with the Ransom Nights!!! We had a blast!!

  2. Sarah-Jane on October 31st, 2014 12:50 pm

    Congratulations to all the boys….Dillon we are proud of you.

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