Quiz Bowl

 

Two teams of four compete head to head to be the first to answer questions read by a moderator. Quiz Bowl is presented in cooperation with National Academic Quiz Tournaments (NAQT).

 

After an event unlike any other in the past, we're pleased to congratulate NC School of Science and Mathematics, our High School State Champion, and Smith Middle School, our Middle School State Champion! The NCSSM vs Early College at Guilford match is shown above.

 

The 2021 Regional Quiz Bowl Tournaments were presented via Zoom with all teams competing remotely. 38 teams competed over a four-week period in February and March to advance to the March State Finals also presented via Zoom. Shown below are the rankings of the advancing teams from each Regional:

After an incredibly exciting day of competition, we're pleased to congratulate The Early College at Guilford, our High School State Champion, and Smith Middle School, our Middle School State Champion! Smith is shown above.

 

After an incredibly exciting day of tight competition, we're pleased to congratulate The Early College at Guilford, our High School State Champion, and Smith Middle School, our Middle School State Champion!

 

The 2018 Regional Quiz Bowl Tournaments were hosted by six sites throughout North Carolina on March 3. More than 80 teams competed in 17 tournaments to be crowned Regional Champions and advance to the March 17 State Final hosted by Northwest Guilford High School. Shown below are the rankings of the advancing teams from each Regional:

Here are the basics of NCASA Quiz Bowl

  • A team has up to eight players but only four play at a time.
  • Each match has twenty toss-up / bonus combinations, ten in each half.
  • Each toss-up / bonus combination begins with a toss-up question available to any player on either team.
  • As the question is being read any player may buzz-in to answer the question.
  • A correct answer earns ten points and the right for that team to answer the three-part bonus question worth thirty points.