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February 21, 2019

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He’s in Mensa and was on ‘Genius Junior.’ The 12-year-old is now Miami-Dade’s top speller
He’s in Mensa and was on ‘Genius Junior.’ The 12-year-old is now Miami-Dade’s top speller

Rodrigo Medinilla may only be 12, but he’s got an impressive resume: Mensa member, contestant on NBC’s “Genius Junior” and participant in the World Championships Robotics Competition. On Tuesday, the seventh-grader from Pinecrest Preparatory Middle High added another accolade — winner of the 79th Annual Miami Herald Spelling Bee.

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