2004 National SCRABBLE® Championship Photo 15-026
[ Congratulations to the new National Champion, Trey Wright, who defeated David Gibson in three straight games, 365-328, 355-344 and 429-328. Please tune in to ESPN to watch the final games at 1 P.M. ET on Sunday, October 3rd, 2004. We welcome your e-mailed corrections to our web site. ]
The event's student players (18 years old and under): Sam Rosin (Bernardsville, NJ), age 11; Alex Fiszbein (South Lyon, MI), age 14; Dion Saldanha (Richmond BC), age 17; Jesse Matthews (Calgary AB), age 18; Dielle Saldanha (Richmond BC), age 15; Chris Ofstad (Antioch, CA), age 15; Andre Ornish (La Mesa, CA), age 13; Nick Amphlett (Cambridge, MA), age 13; John Ezekowitz (Boston, MA), age 13; Asif Rahman (Cincinnati, OH), age 13; Jason Katz-Brown (Richmond, CA), age 17; and Leland Fidler (Waltham, MA), age 16. Missing: Bennett Schlesinger (Providence, RI), age 16; Aaron McPhee (Centreville, VA), age 17; Daniel Middleton (Sherwood Park AB), age 16; Jared Milton (Vienna, VA), age 18; and Jason Oppenheim (Seminole, FL), age 18.
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