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Arizona Chess Players in the National top 100 Girls Age 13 List

Congratulations to the Arizona Members of the United States Chess Federation that made the top 100 Lists: Category - National top 100 Girls Age 13 List
7 Xu, Chang (14673370)
31 Chilukuri, Varenya (14456543)
58 Rempe, Mieke (15043484)
63 Rempe, Janne (15043504)

Arizona Chess Players in the National top 100 Girls Age 12 List

Congratulations to the Arizona Members of the United States Chess Federation that made the top 100 Lists: Category - National top 100 Girls Age 12 List
73 Carek, Emma Marie (14562764)
93 Stahl, Carly Noelle (14934976)
99 Osmonbekov, Mia (15398864)

Arizona Chess Players in the National top 100 Girls 11 List

Congratulations to the Arizona Members of the United States Chess Federation that made the top 100 Lists: Category - National top 100 Girls Age 11 List
25 Savine, Yulia A (14330123)
36 Cort, Angelique Chance (14812167)
42 Allen, Annelise Rose (14518425)
54 Tennyson, Emma (15208667)
74 Epard, Lauren Elizabeth (15178948)

Arizona Chess Players in the National top 100 Girls 9 and Under List

Congratulations to the Arizona Members of the United States Chess Federation that made the top 100 Lists: Category - National top 100 Girls 9 and Under List
27 Wongso, Merissa (15914671)
31 Subramanian, Manasa (15611751)
40 Tokeshi, Kylie Ann (15066157)
88 Long, Adrianna (15042790)

Arizona Chess Players in the National top 100 Girls 8 and Under List

Congratulations to the Arizona Members of the United States Chess Federation that made the top 100 Lists: Category - National top 100 Girls 8 and Under List
14 Narnur, Prashansa (15668920)
21 Peng, Sophia (15388591)
54 Qiang, Jenny (15589405)
83 Murphy, Sofia (15246590)
85 Mathiyazhagan, Mahathi (15357080)
88 Murphy, Elena (15246584)
97 Gelvin, Sydney (15447892)
98 Smith, Sophia (15358695)

Congratulations Xiexin Wang 2016 Arizona State Chess Champion

Results from the 2016 Arizona State Chess Championships:

K-12 Section Result:

1st - Xiexin Wang
2nd - Sung Ho Yim
3rd - Richard Qi
4th - Justin Fink
5th - Rohan Mittal
6th - Alec C. Andersen
7th - Bohan Li
8th - Manu Reddy
9th - Hunter Waslaski
10th - Jordan Leighton Kahl

Congratulations to Will Wharton and Spencer Lower for winning AZ Senior Championship

Like the late Larry Evans, both Will Wharton and Spencer Lower first rose to prominence in Arizona chess while juniors. They have now tied for first in the Arizona Senior Championship held Nov. 13 and 14, 2010, in Tucson. They scored 4.5 out of 5 in the 5 round Swiss event, drawing only with each other while going undefeated. Will Wharton had the highest tiebreaks, which would be used only for purposes where only one person must be chosen. They are equal co-champions. Congratulations to both! MAL

Congratulations to IMs Mark Ginsburg and Levon Altounian, and to NM David Adelberg for being AZ Co-champions

Former Arizona State Champions IMs Mark Ginsburg and Levon Altounian were joined by NM David Adelberg in a tie for first in the Arizona State Championship. They scored 3.5 out of 5 in the single Round Robin Arizona State Championship held in Tucson Nov. 13 and 14, 2010. They are co-Champions and are listed in Tiebreak order. Tiebreaks are only used to determine invitations, representation, or other situations where only a single player must be named. They are equal co-champions for state records and all three have earned our congratulations. David Adelberg's only loss was to Mark Ginsburg and his only draw was to Levon Altounian, who had no losses and three draws. He continues to be a rapidly rising star in Arizona chess.

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