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SCA Vocal & Instrumental Musicians earn Gold Medals at State Music Festival

(Lee’s Summit, MO) – Summit Christian Academy (SCA) is pleased to announce that eleven soloists and four ensembles received the top rating (1) at the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) State Music Festival.  

Soloists earning a gold medal included sophomores Olivia Truesdale, Shea Rider, Keyler Quessenberry, and Catherine Cramer,  junior Hudson Harris, and seniors Grace Filer, Zack Oppriecht, Mackenzie Madsen, Alysa Ward, and Annie Harsch.

Ensembles earning a gold medal included: 

Junior Men: Spencer Dickey, Zac Beasley, Eli Burns, Brennen Ross, Hudson Harris

Senior Women: Grace Filer, Alysa Ward, Mackenzie Madsen, Annie Harsch

Combined Men: Collin Pemberton, Hunter Harris, Brennen Ross, Tyler Simpson, Ryan Wagy, Zack Oppriecht, Grant Fristo, Ian Ferguson

Combined Women: Catherine Cramer, Olivia Truesdale, Shea Rider, Lilly Teilborg, Karinton Newton, Anna Hammond, Abigayle Cook, Nora Schuh

Senior Benjamin Schwab received a gold rating for his cello solo.

SCA soloists who received a gold rating at MSHSAA State Music Festival included: Back row (left to right): sophomore Catherine Cramer, senior Zack Oppriecht, and junior Hudson Harris. Middle row (left to right): sophomore Olivia Truesdale and sophomore Shea Rider. Front row (left to right): senior Mackenzie Madsen, senior Annie Harsch, senior Grace Filer, and senior Alysa Ward. Not pictured is sophomore Keyler Quessenberry
Four SCA ensembles received a gold rating at MSHSAA State Music Festival which included: Back row (left to right): Collin Pemberton, Zack Oppriecht, Ryan Wagy, Grant Fristo, Hunter Harris, and Brennen Ross. Third row (left to right): Nora Schuh, Catherine Cramer, Spencer Dickey, Hudson Harrison Eli Burns, Zac Beasley, Tyler Simpson
Second row (left to right): Anna Hammond, Karinton Newton, Olivia Truesdale, Shea Rider, Lily Teilborg, Abigayle Cook, and Ian Ferguson. Front row (left to right): Mackenzie Madsen, Annie Harsch, Grace Filer, and Alysa Ward. Not pictured is sophomore Keyler Quessenberry.
SCA senior Benjamin Schwab received a gold rating at MSHSAA State Music Festival for his cello solo.
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