Fourth-grader Daniel Jimenez, left foreground, watches fellow fourth-grader Steven Perez make a move during a practice match Tuesday at Pasco’s Marie Curie STEM Elementary School. Nineteen students at Curie were among about 150 students from the Tri-Cities who qualified for this year’s state chess championship in Tacoma.
Fourth-grader Daniel Jimenez, left foreground, watches fellow fourth-grader Steven Perez make a move during a practice match Tuesday at Pasco’s Marie Curie STEM Elementary School. Nineteen students at Curie were among about 150 students from the Tri-Cities who qualified for this year’s state chess championship in Tacoma. Ty Beaver Tri-City Herald
Fourth-grader Daniel Jimenez, left foreground, watches fellow fourth-grader Steven Perez make a move during a practice match Tuesday at Pasco’s Marie Curie STEM Elementary School. Nineteen students at Curie were among about 150 students from the Tri-Cities who qualified for this year’s state chess championship in Tacoma. Ty Beaver Tri-City Herald

Tri-City kids qualify for state chess tournament

April 15, 2016 08:18 PM

UPDATED April 15, 2016 10:03 PM

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