Back row L-R – Alan Abbott, BHC professor; Tristan Akers of Cambridge, 5th place; Tyler Natof of ROWVA, 2nd place; Blake Rinehart of Alwood, 8th place; Chris North of Galva, 1st place; Adam Lloyd of Mercer County, 4th place; and Brad Bavey of West Central, 3rd place.
Front row L-R – Brayton Palmer of Cambridge, 9th place; Jetta Taylor of Princeville, 10th place; Shana Struble of Mercer County, 7th place; and and Kirk Watson, BHC assistant professor.
Galva High School finished first at the 2014 Lincoln Trail Conference Scholastic Bowl Meet hosted by Black Hawk College. Seventy high school students from 11 schools in the Lincoln Trail Conference competed Feb. 22 at the college’s East Campus near Kewanee. Wethersfield High School placed second, and West Central High School took third.
This was the third year Black Hawk College hosted the event, which pits students from different high schools against each other to answer questions from a variety of categories such as history, literature, mathematics, music and science.
The participating schools were AlWood, Annawan, Cambridge, Galva, Mercer County, Princeville, ROWVA, Stark County, West Central, West Prairie and Wethersfield.
Last updated 3/4/2014