HS Quiz Bowl earns state championship

Congratulations to Coach Eric Mukherjee, Jackson Green '26, Penelope Graham '25, Daniel Guo '25, and Rohan Ramachandran '25 for their performance at this year's Quiz Bowl State Tournament.
By Ian Dinkins, Assistant Director of Marketing and Communications

The USN High School Quiz Bowl set out to defend last year's title at the Quiz Bowl State Championship on Saturday, March 23, at Tennessee Tech University. During the tournament, the team faced stiff competition. Still, it was able to defeat Memphis’ White Station High School in the final and finish the competition with an undefeated record.

They are now two-time state champions- having won last year, too.

The team will now prepare for Nationals in April in Chicago, where they look to take home the championship after last year's fifth-place finish.


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