|Vermont's high school
academic competition for more than 30 years.
|Welcome to the home of competitive academics in the state of Vermont. Since the 1983-84 school year, the Vermont-NEA Scholars' Bowl has been challenging teams of high school students to show their smarts in a fast-paced question-and-answer format. This year Burlington bested 23 other schools from around the state to earn the right to represent Vermont in national competition.|
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Burlington captain Sterling Ford (front) and teammates (standing from left) Ben Hunt, Mary Markley, Oscar Smith and Bobby Treadwell pose after defeating Middlebury 360-290 to win the Vermont-NEA Scholars' Bowl championship at the University of Vermont on March 26th.
|Burlington Outlasts Middlebury
for State Championship
Burlington High School claimed the Vermont-NEA Scholars' Bowl championship at the University of Vermont on March 26th, fending off Middlebury 360-290 to earn the title for the first time since 2001. Burlington built an early 145-point and fought off Middlebury's last-round comeback to claim its fifth Scholars' Bowl crown overall and cap a season that saw the Seahorses finish first in all 10 local competitions they entered. The finals defeat was the only setback in a brilliant performance that saw Middlebury surge out of the Medlar Cup with five straight wins -- including upsets of Hanover in the quarterfinals and Mt. Mansfield in the semifinals. CVU was the tournament's other semifinalist, topping Rice before falling to Burlington in a 470-305 matchup that was closer than the score.
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