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Scholastic scrimmage team places second

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The junior high scholastic scrimmage team includes: (Front, 1 to r) Emma Corrado, Jack Luensmann, Zach Mallon, Kenneth Robison, and Alex Taylor; back (to to r)  Zach Amato, Caedon Poe, Mrs. Taylor (coach), Aiden Taylor, and John Sloey.

The junior high scholastic scrimmage team includes: (Front, 1 to r) Emma Corrado, Jack Luensmann, Zach Mallon, Kenneth Robison, and Alex Taylor; back (to to r) Zach Amato, Caedon Poe, Mrs. Taylor (coach), Aiden Taylor, and John Sloey.

The junior high scholastic scrimmage team includes: (Front, 1 to r) Emma Corrado, Jack Luensmann, Zach Mallon, Kenneth Robison, and Alex Taylor; back (to to r) Zach Amato, Caedon Poe, Mrs. Taylor (coach), Aiden Taylor, and John Sloey.

Riley Miller, Staff Writer

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The Bellwood-Antis junior high scholastic scrimmage team competed at PSU Altoona on Monday, placing second overall in the Blair/Bedford Quiz League.

Their three losses to Hollidaysburg were their only losses of the competition.

Scholastic scrimmage is a high school academic contest not unlike many popular trivia game shows where player buzz in to answer. But in scholastic scrimmage he questions are far from trivia. Instead they require knowledge from several academic areas.

“Our team performed well,” said Coach Kathy Taylor.  “We had many students who contributed points and have students with strengths in a variety of  topics.  One coach commented yesterday, ‘Your team works together well.'”

On Monday, the team beat Claysburg Kimmel in two games of a best of three series, then lost to Hollidaysburg in the final match.

Coached by Mrs. Taylor, the team members include Emma Corrado, Jack Luensmann, Zach mallon, Kenneth Robison, Alex Taylor, Zach Amato, Caedon Poe, Aiden Taylor, John Sloey.

Of those, five could move on to high school scholastic scrimmage next year, while several standout will remain on the junior high team.

“The future looks promising as our ninth grade team members move to the senior high team and our strong eighth grade core remains to lead the junior high team,” said Mrs. Taylor.

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