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Sequim’s next top middle schoolers

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Twelve Sequim Middle School students took their talents center stage for the ASB all-school talent show on June 4. 

Students’ talents ranged from playing jazz piano to hip hop dancing to leading dog tricks to singing like pop stars. 

Eighth-graders Matthew Kowitz and Lijah Sanford won first place for playing guitar and singing “The Dynamo of Volition.” 

Second place went to Keaton Stromberg, an eighth-grader, who sang and played on guitar “The Day I Left the Womb.”

Sixth-grader Bailey Bryan won third place for singing “The Best Day.”

Each winner received a medal and all participants got colorful certificates. 

Other participants were Emily Anderson, seventh grade, leading dog tricks; Kyle Chamblin, sixth, playing “Jazz Ocistano in C major” on piano; Kristina Holtrop, seventh, dancing to “My Immortal;” Christie Honore, eighth, singing and dancing to “Paparazzi;” Lavee Hess, eighth, playing guitar for and singing “Halleluiah;” Allison Masangkay, eighth, dancing to “Imma a Bee;” Clarissa Preston, sixth, performing gymnastics to “Jump Then Fall;” and Ciara Westhoven, eighth, singing “Walking on Sunshine.”

Thirty-seven students tried out for the show that was held in the Sequim Middle School gym. 
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