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QHS varsity finishes 16th in scholastic bowl tournament

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Quincy High School's varsity scholastic bowl team finished 16th Saturday in a tournament at Springfield High School.

Thirty varsity teams and 30 junior varsity teams competed, including the QHS JV squad.

The Blue Devil varsity won two of its five matches in the morning competition and went 2-1 in the afternoon, finishing with a 4-4 overall record.

Caleb Fischer, the team's co-captain, led the varsity in scoring. He placed eighth in individual scoring after morning play. Also competing for the varsity were Max Matson, Sean McClean, Brianna Trumpfheller, Ameena Chaudhry, Chase Crossan and Lance Heady.

The QHS junior varsity team went 1-4 in the morning and 3-0 in the afternoon for an overall record of 4-4. The team finished 23rd overall.

Antonio Fernandez led the junior varsity in scoring with 24 toss-ups for the day, followed by Nicholas Billeter with 12. Also competing for the junior varsity were Dalton Crow, Isabella Solaro, Katie Engelmeyer, Skylar Roberts and Logan Sonethongkham.

 

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