BHS students participate in High Q
Students attending Baldwin High School participated in the 19th annual High Q academic competition on Dec. 1 at Washburn University. The 2001-02 contest, co-sponsored by WIBW and Washburn University, allowed teams of high school students from across Kansas to compete against one another in answering questions on topics such as art, literature, history, math and science.
Teams earning the top 16 scores advanced to the finals and will return to Topeka several times for taping sessions. The televised High Q competition will air on WIBW from late January to early May 2002 and will be re-broadcast on KTWU.
Representing Baldwin High were: Eric Jorgensen, junior, son of Dane Jorgensen, Lawrence; Matt Noonan, senior, son of Tom and Marilyn Noonan, Baldwin City; Chris Eichhorn, senior, son of Chris and JoAnne Eichhorn, Baldwin City; Kate Lammers, junior, daughter of Jana Jorn, Baldwin City; Daniel Musgrave, junior, son of Chris Potter and John Musgrave, both of Baldwin City.
Team coaches are Carl Brooks and Jason Broaddus.
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