The overall winners of the district elementary Governor’s Cup competition were May Valley Elementary, left, in District 131 and South Floyd Elementary, above, in District 132 

Floyd County Superintendent Danny Adkins announced Monday the results for District 131 and District 132 elementary district Governor’s Cup competition that took place Feb. 9 at South Floyd Elementary and May Valley Elementary schools.  

In District 131 competition, May Valley Elementary School beat Allen Elementary, Duff-Allen Central Elementary, and Prestonsburg Elementary to become champions, with Prestonsburg winning second place.

In the District 132 competition, SFES won the championship against Betsy Layne Elementary and John M. Stumbo Elementary. 

For District 131, MVES took first place in the quick recall category and second in Future Problem Solving against PES, which took home first place in Future Problem solving and second in quick recall.

In District 132 competition, SFES took home first place in Future Problem Solving and second place in quick recall against BLES, which were named runners up overall and earned first place in the quick recall division. JMS placed second in the Future Problem Solving category. Students honored include: 

District 131

May Valley: Miles Hutchinson (third, math and fourth, science), Reagan Laferty (fourth, math and third, arts and humanities), Jackson Hall (fifth, math and second, language arts), Drew Akers (third, science), Braxton Howard (second, social studies and first, arts and humanities), Ava Bailey, (fourth, language arts), Kyria Barnette (fifth, arts and humanities), Kylie Walters (second, composition), Skye Shepherd (third, composition) and MiLeigh Kilburn (fourth, composition).

Prestonsburg: Drake Hatfield (second, math), Ally Hamilton (first, science and first, composition), Isaac Steward (second, science), Haidyn O’Brien (fourth, social studies), Madelein Lewis (fifth, social studies), Maddy Rowland (first, language arts), Hannah Ratliff (second, language arts), Amelia Gilbert (second, arts and humanities) and Chloe Kilgore (fourth, arts and humanities).

Allen Elementary: Luke Hall (first, math and third, social studies), Caleb Combs (fifth, science) and Bryson Patton (first, social studies).

Duff-Allen Central: Kayden Gayheart (fifth, language arts) and Tessa Spencer (fifth, composition).

District 132

South Floyd: Colt Sullivan (first, math and fifth, social studies), Nick Hall (second, math and third, science), Isabella Newman (second, science), Joshua Blankenship (fifth, science), Grayce Little (first, social studies and third, composition), Taegan Stewart (third, language arts), Ava Mays (fourth, language arts and second, composition), McKenzie Mullins (first, arts and humanities), Sofiya Cook (second, arts and humanities and first, composition).

Betsy Layne: Miley Burchett (third, math), Carson Campbell (fourth, science and fourth, social studies), Haley Tackett (second, social studies and second, language arts), Keira Akers (third, social studies), Allie Hamilton (first, language arts and third, arts and humanities), Kylie Conway (fifth, arts and humanities) and Christine Sullivan (fifth, arts and humanities).

John M. Stumbo: Alivia Hamilton (fourth, math), Harlyn Slone (fifth, math), Noah Watts (first science), Kaleb Howell (fifth, language arts), Emily Roberts (fourth, arts and humanities), Layla Johnson (fourth composition) and Bre Sturgill (fifth, composition).  

“Congratulations District Champs May Valley and South Floyd, FPS Champs Prestonsburg Elementary and South Floyd, and Quick Recall Champs May Valley and Betsy Layne Elementary,” said Adkins. “We also want to congratulate the students who placed individually. We’re proud of these outstanding teams and commend them on their hard work and dedication. We wish them the good luck in regional competition.”

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