Lackawanna Trail, Our Lady of Peace students recognized in Stock Market Game competition


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A seventh and eighth grade team from Lackawanna Trail High School came in third place in the Late Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $109,451. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer and Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Danielle Lamberti; Hannah Purdy and Anthony Dalasio, team advisor. Absent from photo are Emma Corby and Bristen Phillips.


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A Lackawanna Trail High School seventh and eighth grade team came in third place in the Fall Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $115,029. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Kailey Stevenson; McKenzie Edwards; Korrine White; Catherine Litwin and Anthony Dalasio, team advisor. Absent from photo is Taylor Kilmer.


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A seventh and eighth grade team from Lackawanna Trail came in second place in the Fall Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $116,342. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Ryan Evans; Bradyn Genello and Anthony Dalasio, team advisor. Absent from photo are Dalten Klinges, Seth Reynolds and William Mosser.


Submitted photos

A seventh and eighth grade team from Lackawanna Trail came in first in the Fall Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $117,847. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Mason Grella; Kyle Petrilak and Anthony Dalasio, team advisor. Absent from photo are Brycen Hoffman and Rowan Rivera.


Submitted photos

A seventh and eighth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in third place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $102,058. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Jenna Bradley; Maille Allardyce; Liddie Cooper and Deborah Davis, team advisor.


Submitted photos

A seventh and eighth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in second place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $102,631. From left, Charles Curtin, Trust Officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Matthew Molnar; Joseph Houlihan and Deborah Davis, team advisor. Absent from photo is Evan Dempsey.


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A fourth through sixth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in first place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $106,112. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Stephanie Yatko; Julia Curran; Karen Daley; Megan Malone and Deborah Davis, team advisor.


Submitted photos

A fourth through sixth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in third place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $103,261. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Sarah Aubrey; Alicia Farrell and Deborah Davis, team advisor. Absent from photo are Dominica DeLayo and Avery McNulty.


Submitted photos

A fourth through sixth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in second place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $104,704. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Anna Kosierowski; Caroline Stampien; Alexandra Mariotti; Grace Murtagh and Deborah Davis, team advisor.


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SCRANTON — Four teams from Lackawanna Trail Junior High School and five teams from Our Lady of Peace School were recognized for their success in picking stocks in the 2015-16 Stock Market Game competition.

The Stock Market Game is a 10-week simulation during which students from three grade categories (4-6, 7-8 and 9-12) invest an imaginary $100,000 by buying and selling stocks listed on the major securities exchanges (New York, American and NASDAQ). Team rankings are based on portfolio values at the end of the game. More than 330 teams, a record number, participated in the Stock Market Game in 2015-16 in the fall, late fall, spring, late spring and year-long versions of the game.

Teams that finished first, second and third in their grade categories from the area served by The Honesdale National Bank Center for Economic Education at The University of Scranton were recognized at a recent awards ceremony.

Lackawanna Trail teams finished in first, second and third place in the fall competition at the seventh and eighth grade level. Another Lackawanna Trail team finished in third place in the late spring competition, also at the seventh and eighth grade level.

The awards ceremony was sponsored by The Honesdale National Bank.

The Stock Market Game is a program of EconomicsPennsylvania, a statewide not-for-profit affiliate of the national Council for Economic Education.

A seventh and eighth grade team from Lackawanna Trail High School came in third place in the Late Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $109,451. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer and Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Danielle Lamberti; Hannah Purdy and Anthony Dalasio, team advisor. Absent from photo are Emma Corby and Bristen Phillips.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_ABJ-Stock-Market-1.jpgA seventh and eighth grade team from Lackawanna Trail High School came in third place in the Late Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $109,451. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer and Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Danielle Lamberti; Hannah Purdy and Anthony Dalasio, team advisor. Absent from photo are Emma Corby and Bristen Phillips. Submitted photos

A Lackawanna Trail High School seventh and eighth grade team came in third place in the Fall Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $115,029. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Kailey Stevenson; McKenzie Edwards; Korrine White; Catherine Litwin and Anthony Dalasio, team advisor. Absent from photo is Taylor Kilmer.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_ABJ-Stock-Market-2.jpgA Lackawanna Trail High School seventh and eighth grade team came in third place in the Fall Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $115,029. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Kailey Stevenson; McKenzie Edwards; Korrine White; Catherine Litwin and Anthony Dalasio, team advisor. Absent from photo is Taylor Kilmer. Submitted photos

A seventh and eighth grade team from Lackawanna Trail came in second place in the Fall Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $116,342. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Ryan Evans; Bradyn Genello and Anthony Dalasio, team advisor. Absent from photo are Dalten Klinges, Seth Reynolds and William Mosser.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_ABJ-Stock-Market-3.jpgA seventh and eighth grade team from Lackawanna Trail came in second place in the Fall Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $116,342. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Ryan Evans; Bradyn Genello and Anthony Dalasio, team advisor. Absent from photo are Dalten Klinges, Seth Reynolds and William Mosser. Submitted photos

A seventh and eighth grade team from Lackawanna Trail came in first in the Fall Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $117,847. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Mason Grella; Kyle Petrilak and Anthony Dalasio, team advisor. Absent from photo are Brycen Hoffman and Rowan Rivera.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_ABJ-Stock-Market-4.jpgA seventh and eighth grade team from Lackawanna Trail came in first in the Fall Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $117,847. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Mason Grella; Kyle Petrilak and Anthony Dalasio, team advisor. Absent from photo are Brycen Hoffman and Rowan Rivera. Submitted photos

A seventh and eighth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in third place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $102,058. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Jenna Bradley; Maille Allardyce; Liddie Cooper and Deborah Davis, team advisor.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_ABJ-Stock-Market-5.jpgA seventh and eighth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in third place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $102,058. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Jenna Bradley; Maille Allardyce; Liddie Cooper and Deborah Davis, team advisor. Submitted photos

A seventh and eighth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in second place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $102,631. From left, Charles Curtin, Trust Officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Matthew Molnar; Joseph Houlihan and Deborah Davis, team advisor. Absent from photo is Evan Dempsey.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_ABJ-Stock-Market-6.jpgA seventh and eighth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in second place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $102,631. From left, Charles Curtin, Trust Officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Matthew Molnar; Joseph Houlihan and Deborah Davis, team advisor. Absent from photo is Evan Dempsey. Submitted photos

A fourth through sixth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in first place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $106,112. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Stephanie Yatko; Julia Curran; Karen Daley; Megan Malone and Deborah Davis, team advisor.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_ABJ-Stock-Market-7.jpgA fourth through sixth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in first place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $106,112. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Stephanie Yatko; Julia Curran; Karen Daley; Megan Malone and Deborah Davis, team advisor. Submitted photos

A fourth through sixth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in third place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $103,261. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Sarah Aubrey; Alicia Farrell and Deborah Davis, team advisor. Absent from photo are Dominica DeLayo and Avery McNulty.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_ABJ-Stock-Market-8.jpgA fourth through sixth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in third place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $103,261. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Sarah Aubrey; Alicia Farrell and Deborah Davis, team advisor. Absent from photo are Dominica DeLayo and Avery McNulty. Submitted photos

A fourth through sixth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in second place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $104,704. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Anna Kosierowski; Caroline Stampien; Alexandra Mariotti; Grace Murtagh and Deborah Davis, team advisor.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_ABJ-Stock-Market-9.jpgA fourth through sixth grade team from Our Lady of Peace School came in second place in the Spring Stock Market Game, with an ending portfolio of $104,704. From left, Charles Curtin, trust officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Brian Wilken, business development officer, The Honesdale National Bank; Anna Kosierowski; Caroline Stampien; Alexandra Mariotti; Grace Murtagh and Deborah Davis, team advisor. Submitted photos

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