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Tyrone Talent Search a huge success

Tyrone Talent Search winners First place winners in various categories participating in the Tyrone Talent Search Friday night at DelGrosso Park, Tipton include, in front, from left: Tifani Sprankle, Amelia Woodcock, Mary Beth Raabe, Miranda Hunt and at the far end, Kali Lingenfelter with her little sister, Maci. In back: Richard Ahlert, Stevie Woodring and Kip Woodring. (The Daily Herald/Virgie Werner)

It was a show of a variety of talent from singing, tap dance, playing instruments and dancing/gymnastics as a number of persons participated in Tyrone\’s Talent Search 2007 at DelGrosso Park Friday evening.
Winners in various categories were recipients of cash awards as Tyrone Mayor James Kilmartin announced results following the event. Judges for the evening were the Rev. Norman Huff, Bellwood-Antis High School Band Director Greg Roberts and Jim Gregory.
Winners include:
Preschool – fourth grade: Amelia Woodcock and Mary Beth Raabe, first place with a tap duet to Annie; Skylar Rudasill, second place with a dance and Taylor Rhodes took third place, singing.
Fifth through 8th grade: Tifani Sprankle, first place with dance; Lindsey Bonsell, 2nd place, also in dance and Adam Stager, 3rd place who played the guitar.
Ninth through 12th grade: Stevie Woodring took first place singing; R.J. Beck, 2nd place, singing; and Charlene Adams, 3rd place in dancing.
Adult up to 39 years: Richard Ahlert who sang and played the piano, took first place and Misty Rhodes, who sang, was second.
Adult over 40: All three winners sang and played the guitar with Kip Woodring receiving first place; Norma Poullos, second place and Orville Ormsby, third.
The trio who took first place as a group with their singing and dancing were ten-year-old Miranda Hunt and sisters Kali Lingenfelter, 9, and two-year-old Maci Lingenfelter.