Several Glen Rose High School students performed well during the 2009 UIL invitational on Jan. 31. Glen Rose High School has hosted the invitational for 38 years.
In accounting, Ashley Thompson placed sixth. Caitlyn Lankford placed sixth in computer applications.
In Current Issues and Events, Claire Underwood took second, Jenoa Sandlin placed fourth and Carrie Evans placed fifth.
Glen Rose High School took first place in the Current Issues and Events team event.
Ryan Rathke placed fifth in Literary Criticism.
Maria Schmidt placed second in Mathematics for ninth and tenth grades. Kristen Eller placed fifth and Isaias deReza placed sixth in Mathmatics for 11 and 12 grades.
In Number Sense for ninth and tenth grade, Melissa Cook placed fifth. Logan Brandt placed sixth for grades 11 and 12.
In Ready Writing, Shelby Damron placed second, with Yvonne Newton in fourth and Jana Horn in fifth.
Hayden Trotter placed first and Maria Schmidt placed third in Science for grades nine and 10.
In Science for grades 11 and 12, Kyle Keller placed second, Ty Taylor took third, Carrie Evans placed fourth, Kristen Eller placed fifth and Logan Brandt got sixth.
The Glen Rose High School Science Team placed first.
Shelbi Hess placed third in Social Studies and the team took first place.
Austin Brady placed second in Spelling and Vocabulary and the team also placed second.
The GRHS students competed against 15 other small schools from Texas. The team from Grandview finished with the most points, Glen Rose came in second and Hamilton finished third.