Hays takes two teams to Wichita West Scholars Bowl Invitational, end up competing face-to-face with each other

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Hays takes two teams to Wichita West Scholars Bowl Invitational, end up competing face-to-face with each other

Hays White and Hays Maroon end up competing against each other in the first round of finals. Hays White won and made it into quarter finals.

Hays White and Hays Maroon end up competing against each other in the first round of finals. Hays White won and made it into quarter finals.

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Hays White and Hays Maroon end up competing against each other in the first round of finals. Hays White won and made it into quarter finals.

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Hays White and Hays Maroon end up competing against each other in the first round of finals. Hays White won and made it into quarter finals.

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Two Hays Scholar’s Bowl teams competed at the Wichita West Invitational on Nov. 15.

The Hays White team ended 7-2 and Hays Maroon ended 4-4 with neither of them medaling.

Hays White consisted of seniors Harold Hale and Cameron Karlin, junior Levi Hickert and sophomores Andrew Duke (captain), Alicia Feyerherm and Skylar Zimmerman.

Hays Maroon consisted of seniors Brittani Park, Spencer Wittkorn and Lucas Mader and sophomores Allison Brooks (captain), Anna Brull and Sophia Garrison.

Both teams were in the top four of their brackets after the first seven rounds, so they made it into the first round of finals. However, they ended up playing against each other with Hays White winning.

“I was impressed with how my team performed, but I was disappointed we had to go up against Hays White,” Brooks said. “I knew they were a really good team.”

Hays White progressed to the quarter finals but then lost after the other team challenged a questions that Hays White had answered correctly.

“I thought the person that challenged the question was wrong, but I also support her right to challenge questions,” Zimmerman said.

The 2nd Annual Hays High JV Invitational took place on Nov. 19 with 24 teams attending. While Hays High did not have any teams competing, everyone team member had different roles in helping host the tournament.

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