A team from Southbridge Fellowship Church in Raleigh earned a 3rd-place trophy at the 2016 Odyssey of the Mind World Finals. Standing, from left to right, Caden Moore, Madyson Hastings, Abigail Mabe and Kellen Hileman. Kneeling, from left to right, Kate Sherman, Alli Moore and Noah Treichler.
A team from Southbridge Fellowship Church in Raleigh earned a 3rd-place trophy at the 2016 Odyssey of the Mind World Finals. Standing, from left to right, Caden Moore, Madyson Hastings, Abigail Mabe and Kellen Hileman. Kneeling, from left to right, Kate Sherman, Alli Moore and Noah Treichler. Laura Hileman Laura Hileman
A team from Southbridge Fellowship Church in Raleigh earned a 3rd-place trophy at the 2016 Odyssey of the Mind World Finals. Standing, from left to right, Caden Moore, Madyson Hastings, Abigail Mabe and Kellen Hileman. Kneeling, from left to right, Kate Sherman, Alli Moore and Noah Treichler. Laura Hileman Laura Hileman
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Wake County team wins Odyssey of the Mind World Finals trophy

June 10, 2016 05:50 PM

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