She may have come in fourth but third-grader Sara Granados of Revere was the crowd favorite at the 33rd Annual Daily Item Regional Spelling Bee.
She came in fourth but Sara Granados, 8, of Revere was a crowd favorite at the 33rd Annual Daily Item Regional Spelling Bee. (Spenser R. Hasak)
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An 8-year-old Revere speller almost stole the show at a spelling bee

LYNN -- With grace under impression and a firm grip on her audience, a Revere third-grader added buzz to the 33rd Annual Daily Item Regional Spelling Bee.

Sara Granados, 8, a Hill Elementary School student in Revere, fired off letters and correct spellings round after round with what seemingly little or no effort. The City Hall Veterans Memorial Auditorium crowd cheered her on and the applause helped Granados stand out from the competition.

The Bee, which took place last Friday night at Lynn City Hall, included 54 contestants from around North Shore Schools. Students ranging from grade three to eight competed for a chance to go to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.…

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