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WHS Knowledge Bowl teams advance to regional competition

WORTHINGTON -- All three of the Worthington High School Knowledge Bowl teams qualified for regional competition at the sub-region event Friday at Minnesota West Community and Technical College.Placing first among the 35 competing teams was Worthi...

WORTHINGTON - All three of the Worthington High School Knowledge Bowl teams qualified for regional competition at the sub-region event Friday at Minnesota West Community and Technical College.
Placing first among the 35 competing teams was Worthington 1 (seniors Gage Langerud and Bryan Doeden, junior Alex Scholtes and freshman Jack Johnson), with 90.5 total points.
Finishing fifth overall was the all-freshman Worthington 2 team (New Bu, Blaine Doeden, Davis Moore, Chris Lee and Sean Souksavath), which logged 78.5 points.
Ninth overall was Worthington 3 (freshman Anwar Farra, junior Alisha Cooper, junior Matias Lopez Bertram, sophomore Dominic Burns and sophomore Max Langerud), with 71 points.
Rounding out the top five were teams from Mountain Lake (second place), MCC (third place), and Fulda (fourth place).
The top 18 teams from the sub-region event advance to Region 8 competition next Friday at Marshall. From there, the top three finishers will qualify for state competition.

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