Hampton Bays Scrabble Club Headed to National Championship - 27 East

Hampton Bays Scrabble Club Headed to National Championship

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Hampton Bays SCRABBLE team members, clockwise from left, are Ana Perez, John Anderson, Amelia Mack and Elizabeth Maroulas. KATHY HUMMEL

Hampton Bays SCRABBLE team members, clockwise from left, are Ana Perez, John Anderson, Amelia Mack and Elizabeth Maroulas. KATHY HUMMEL

Desirée Keegan on Mar 29, 2023
They’ve learned “Q” words without “U’s,” memorized two- and three-letter words, practiced against computers and humans and played a lot of Scrabble. Now, these Baymen Word Wizards are on their... more

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