Dorchester 2 Spelling Bee ends in dis...

Dorchester 2 Spelling Bee ends in dispute

There are 1 comment on the Post and Courier story from Jan 10, 2013, titled Dorchester 2 Spelling Bee ends in dispute. In it, Post and Courier reports that:

Paul Zoeller/Special to the post and courier Razeen Basunia, a sixth-grader at Rollings Middle School of the Arts, was visibly upset Thursday after Cassidy Etue, a River Oaks Middle School seventh-grader, finished spelling a word that Dorchester 2 Spelling Bee judges said Basunia had missed.

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Oscar Zimmer

Forest Hills, NY

#1 Jan 12, 2013
I know this child,since he was in Wichita,KS.He is a genious and he took part in Spelling Bee competition in Wichita.
I would request the judges panel to go through the recorded version and tell if he was wrong or right.I am ashtonished,Why his school authories are not opeing the mouth. I think somebody/teacher from his school also accompanied him. It is very unfortuate that his teacher is not saying anything.
Why he was upset? His teacher should give a clear anwer.

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