Second-place contestant Kyler Pace and third-place contestant Lauren Garcia-Stille clap as Vasundara Govindarajan,13, wins the the Miami Herald Spelling Bee for Miami-Dade and Monroe County students at Jungle Island, March 7, 2017, for her second year in a row. Govindarajan won the Bee by spelling the word, boiserie. Govindarajan attends Archimedean Middle Conservatory.
Second-place contestant Kyler Pace and third-place contestant Lauren Garcia-Stille clap as Vasundara Govindarajan,13, wins the the Miami Herald Spelling Bee for Miami-Dade and Monroe County students at Jungle Island, March 7, 2017, for her second year in a row. Govindarajan won the Bee by spelling the word, boiserie. Govindarajan attends Archimedean Middle Conservatory. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
Second-place contestant Kyler Pace and third-place contestant Lauren Garcia-Stille clap as Vasundara Govindarajan,13, wins the the Miami Herald Spelling Bee for Miami-Dade and Monroe County students at Jungle Island, March 7, 2017, for her second year in a row. Govindarajan won the Bee by spelling the word, boiserie. Govindarajan attends Archimedean Middle Conservatory. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

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