Students from Ankeny's elementary and middle schools competed in the Second Annual City-Wide Academic Tournament at Southview Middle School. Teams of four or five students answered questions regarding geography, history, science, literature, math, and pop culture.
Westwood - third-grade division
Ashland Ridge - fourth/fifth-grade division
Parkview - sixth/seventh-grade division
Students also competed in the individual portion of the tournament, while representing their elementary and middle schools.
First - Clayton Gardner
Second - Luke Gifford
Third - Sam Schacherer
First - James Lockie
Second - Owen Williams
Third: Kinley Kline
First - Allyson Sutton
Second - Evee Gade
Third - Evelyn Huegel
"I am very proud of these young students who competed in this year’s tournament," said Nathan Coombes, Ankeny Quiz Bowl coach. "It shows there is a lot of growth and excitement for quiz bowl in Ankeny."
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