Vermont-NEA Scholars' Bowl
Fall Knowledge Master Open
A record-tying 13 Vermont teams competed in the Fall Knowledge Master Open and Champlain Valley Union High School posted the Vermont Scholars' Bowl's top score for the first time.
The Crusaders correctly answered 193 of 200 questions to score 1649 out of a possible 2000 points and place 29th out of 881 schools from around the world. That gave CVU 102 more points than league KMO runner-up Hanover, the team that had the Vermont Scholars' Bowl's top score in the six previous KMOs. CVU has been the top school from inside Vermont in all of its seven KMO attempts.
Hanover had 184 correct answers and placed 94th overall but was beaten out for first place in New Hampshire by Alvirne.
Essex (1454 points, 182nd place), Burlington (1441, 203rd) and Rice (1363, 326th) rounded out the top five among Vermont teams. Full results for Vermont teams are listed below.
Thomas Jeffereson High School for Science and Technology of Alexandria, Va., was the overall champion with 1849 points.
for Vermont Teams
(881 teams competed overall)
|National Rank||School||Correct Answers||Total Points|
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