Greig Makes It Four In A Row In St Mary

News post September 23, 2015

Greig Campbell celebrates becoming Spelling Bee champion for St Mary during the parish final yesterday at Emmanuel Baptist Church.

Port Maria, St Mary

Name: Greig Campbell

Age: 13

School: St Mary High

Coach: Marsha Goldson

Winning word: Tentacles


Top 5


1. Greig Campbell, St Mary High

2. Angel Tucker, Enfield Primary and Junior High

3. Tajia Campbell, Carron Hall Primary

4. Kovah Lindo, Rock River Primary

5. Kelisa Kerr, Castleton Primary and Junior High

Quote: “I feel proud that I won.”

Greig’s coach, Marsha Goldson: “I am happy that he won.

“Greig being the true champion he is, he came out and did his best. It’s going to be real hard work for nationals, and we are willing to work. We will be working until Nationals and hopefully, after.”

*Greig has been competing for seven years and this is his fourth consecutive parish title.



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