MS Quiz Bowl team participates in HS tournament

USN Middle School students challenged themselves by playing against older players last weekend.
By Richard Rosenthal, MS Latin Teacher & Quiz Bowl Coach

Six members of the Middle School Quiz Bowl team competed in USN’s Snowball Fight on Saturday, February 13 before the snow fell. The tournament attracted some excellent high school teams, including USN’s High School teams.

Basil Broemel '28, Elliot George '29, Matthew Golann '29, Liam Mooney '28, Garrett Northwall '28, and Annie Williamson '28 joined the older players to challenge themselves. They played on two teams, each winning two matches against stiff competition. Individually, Liam and Basil were the 8th and 19th, respectively, highest scorers.

The team would like to thank the USN High School team for inviting them to this special opportunity.
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