Westmoreland Library Network County Chess Tournament winners announced
Players from three area libraries — Murrysville Community, Vandergrift Public and Norwin Public — competed Saturday in the Westmoreland Library Network County Chess Tournament at the GreenForge Building in Hempfield.
Junior Division players are students from kindergarten through fourth grade, and Senior Division players are students from fifth through eighth grades.
The winners are:
• Junior Division First Place: Praneel Varshney.
• Second Place: Abhinav Komanduri.
• Senior Division First Place: Tony Qin.
• Second Place: Ashwin Shankar.
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