High Schools Square Off In Brentwood Historic Commission’s
“4th Annual History Bowl: Battle of the Minds”
The “Battle of the Minds” took to the classroom on February 27th at Brentwood City Hall for the Brentwood Historic Commission’s 4th Annual History Bowl.
For the first time, the event was expanded to include and feature students from 6 Williamson County High Schools: Brentwood, Centennial, Franklin, Independence, Ravenwood and Summit High Schools all competing for the Sarah Bayrd American History Trophy. Chris Clark former news anchor and current MTSU adjunct professor served as host and Chuck Sherrill, Director of the Tennessee State Library and Archives and Brentwood Historic Commission member, was the questioner. The fast paced event featured five rounds of American history questions in a format similar to popular quiz shows such as Jeopardy. In the end, Summit took home the trophy. The Centennial team came in second and Brentwood in third. All of the teams did a great job and we look forward to next year’s competition.
Summit High School: Jeffrey Graves, Coach, Ryan Meares,
Matt Strong, Camden McNeeley
(not pictured, but in attendance, Principal, Dr. Charles Farmer )
Daniel Cutsinger, Coach
Amanda Biscak, Coach
Ann Marie Thompson
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The winning team from Franklin High School included – seniors Nicole Chambers, Alyssa Hoover, Sydney Fobare and Kyle Turner. Franklin’s history bowl coach was Ray Scheetz.
2012 History Bowl Winners:
Competing for Brentwood were Jake Driver, Anthony Hall, John Anderson, Michael Zoorab, Caitlyn Pinckard, Katherine Kincade, and Morgan Thompson. They were coached by teacher Amanda Bicsak.
2012 History Bowl Video