State Quiz Bowl Tournament Results
For immediate release:
The North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities held the State Quiz Bowl Tournament Saturday, April 16 at North Carolina A&T State University.
Finishing in FIRST PLACE with a perfect 8-0 record was The Early College at Guilford. They took the title match 440-200 over second place North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. Members of The Early College at Guilford quiz bowl team are team captain Kiel Williams, Whitney Zhou, Herbert Mehnert, Zachary Thomas, Gareth Fowler, June Williams, and Manu Gargeya. Winning medals for finishing in third place was Raleigh Charter High School.
Here is the final position of the remaining teams that advanced to the State Tournament.
4. Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy
5. Carrboro High School
6. Freedom High School
7. Randolph Early College High School
8. Newton Conover Health Science High School
9. New Bern High School
10. Simon G. Atkins A&T High School
11. Myers Park High School
Medals were awarded to each student from the first, second, and third place schools. Trophies were awarded to the winning and runner-up schools. Pictures are available upon request.
Quiz Bowl is the seventh of nine competitions that will determine the best high school in the state. The NCASA Scholastic Cup will be awarded to the high school with the best overall performance among the nine major scholastic competitions in North Carolina. Points are awarded for participation and excellence in the nine NCASA and partner competitions. For more information on Quiz Bowl and the North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities, visit our website at www.ncscholastic.org NCASA Scholastic Cup Points through six events:
1. Myers Park High School (260 pts)
2 (tie). NC School of Science and Mathematics (105 pts)
2 (tie). Randolph Early College High School (105 pts)
4. Raleigh Charter High School (100 pts)
5. Simon G. Atkins A&T High School (90 pts)
6. Wayne Country Day School (85 pts)
7. The Early College at Guilford (60 pts)
8. Jordan-Matthews High School (50 pts)
9. Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy (45 pts)
10. Newton Conover High School (40 pts)
The North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit association of 43 North Carolina Schools. We will also present the State Tournament for Quiz Bowl. Our mission is threefold: 1) Promote existing scholastic competitions, 2) Create innovative, enriching competitions, and 3) Reward individuals and schools for participation and excellence.
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