Rohan Sachdev of Cary waits his turn to spell “nictitate,” which means wink, Thursday, May 28, in the seminfinals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. The home-schooler, the only Triangle student to advance to the semifinals, misspelled the word and was eliminated. He was one of 49 students out of 285 to make it to the semifinals.
Rohan Sachdev of Cary waits his turn to spell “nictitate,” which means wink, Thursday, May 28, in the seminfinals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. The home-schooler, the only Triangle student to advance to the semifinals, misspelled the word and was eliminated. He was one of 49 students out of 285 to make it to the semifinals. SCRIPPS NATIONAL SPELLING BEE
Rohan Sachdev of Cary waits his turn to spell “nictitate,” which means wink, Thursday, May 28, in the seminfinals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. The home-schooler, the only Triangle student to advance to the semifinals, misspelled the word and was eliminated. He was one of 49 students out of 285 to make it to the semifinals. SCRIPPS NATIONAL SPELLING BEE

Cary speller eliminated in Scripps National Spelling Bee semifinal

May 28, 2015 11:31 AM