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Siddharth Kammanavar is an eighth-grader who plays for Stratford-Sunnyvale, and in his tenure as a player, he has had many accomplishments. He won the elementary National History Bee in 2014, as a third-grader, and also won the 2017 History Bee, and Geography Olympiad. In addition, he was an all star at the 2017, 2018, and 2019 MSNCTs, being the 3rd scorer in 2019. In addition, he, playing with one other teammate, placed third at the 2019 History Bowl, beating Aptakisic in the third place match.
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'''Siddharth Kamannavar''' (Class of 2023) is a high school player for [[Saratoga|Saratoga High School]] in California, formerly of Stratford-Sunnyvale. In his tenure as a player, he has had many accomplishments. He won the elementary [[National History Bee]] in 2014, as a third-grader, and also won the 2017 History Bee, and Geography Olympiad. In addition, he was an all star at the [[2017 MSNCT|2017]], [[2018 MSNCT|2018]], and [[2019 MSNCT|2019]] [[MSNCT]]s, being the 3rd-highest scorer in 2019. In addition, he, playing with one other teammate, placed third at the 2019 Middle School [[History Bowl]], beating [[Aptakisic]] in the third place match.
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Latest revision as of 23:13, 8 December 2020

Siddharth Kamannavar (Class of 2023) is a high school player for Saratoga High School in California, formerly of Stratford-Sunnyvale. In his tenure as a player, he has had many accomplishments. He won the elementary National History Bee in 2014, as a third-grader, and also won the 2017 History Bee, and Geography Olympiad. In addition, he was an all star at the 2017, 2018, and 2019 MSNCTs, being the 3rd-highest scorer in 2019. In addition, he, playing with one other teammate, placed third at the 2019 Middle School History Bowl, beating Aptakisic in the third place match.