Gloucester High School’s Scholastic Bowl team competed in regional competition Saturday for the first time in more than 15 years. Though they did not log a win at the event hosted by Kecoughtan High School, the team reports pride in a successful season.
Scholastic Bowl is a competitive trivia game played across a variety of subject and fields. Question topics can range from advanced chemistry to classical opera to who won the last season of “The Bachelor.”
Adam Miller has been coaching the team for the past three years. Miller is a history teacher and former assistant football coach of Gloucester High School. He kept the GHS Scholastic Bowl team alive as it surpasses its 20th year because he “wanted to have an experience with the students that is a little different from coaching, and a little different from teaching. [He] wanted to work with the kids on a purely intellectual level.”
Gloucester ended the season with a record of 5-2, which is a vast...
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