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April 27, 2008
Medina Parilla, Photo Elizabeth Vicary

On Sunday morning at the All-Girls-Nationals (Dallas, April 25-27), Medina Parilla leads in the Girls Under 18. I.S. 318 players Rochelle Ballantyne and Angelica Berrios lead the Girls Under 14 and Under 16 sections. Caroline Zhu leads the Under 12. The Under 10 and Under  8 sections are the biggest, and no clear winner has emerged yet in either.

Girls Under 18 Standings
After four rounds
1. Medina Parilla-3.5/4
2-5. Courtney Jamison, Gayatri Vempati, Sarah Chiang and Sylvia Yang- 3/4

Girls Under 16 Standings

After four rounds
1. Angelica Berrios- 4
Darrian Robinson, Daniela De La Parra Hurtado, Rebekah Liu, Emma Reuder, Brittanie Uddin, Alexandria Claar- 3
Girls Under 14 Standings

After four rounds
1. Rochelle Ballantyne-4
2-9. Serena Zadoo, Cheryl Liu, Catherine Hochman, Rinelly Comas, Jasmine Fermin, Laya Anasu, Tara Lamberti and Najeebah Williams-3

Girls Under 12 Standings

After four rounds
1. Caroline Zhu-4

2. Eileen Dai- 3.5
3-10. Yue Xu, Julie Flammang, Aiseha Camara, Ellen Xiang, Sierra Villaereal, Charmari Johnson, Christina Whyte and Eleanor H.Gilbert-3

Girls Under 10 Standings
After four rounds
1-3 Evan Xiang, Margaret Hua and Simone Liao
4. Lilia Poteat
5-15. Victoria Siu, Sophia R. Flanagan, Annie Zhao, Claudia Munoz, Katerine Baker, Joie Wang, Alana Tang, Colleen Dai, Kristen Sarna, Elizabeth Ukoli, Kalli Feinberg

Girls Under 8 Standings

After four rounds
1. Danitza Vazquez Maccarini, Brianna Guillen
3. Samrith Palakollu
4-12. Nicole Zlotchevsky, Reva Singh, Caitlyn Yeung, Florizelle Songco, Liza Vigna, Olga Cherepakhin, Schuyler Dick, Shruthi Sailesh and Charlotte M.Kim


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