Scholastic Games Archived radio high school quiz programs

January 26, 2021

21-01 Quiz Show: Clearview vs. Keystone

CLEARVIEW TEAM
KEYSTONE TEAM

Our first competition, physically distanced this year because of the corona virus pandemic, introduces a modified format. The competitors include the team from CLEARVIEW HIGH SCHOOL in Lorain, pictured left to right, Sofia Calez, Holly Mariner, and Caitlin McComas, and the team from KEYSTONE HIGH SCHOOL in Lagrange, consisting of left to right, Serena Owens, Noah Weaver, and Tristan Magel. Click above to listen: we recommend opening the file in a new window so you can listen as you continue to browse our site. For a “spoiler” (instant look at the final score!) you can go right to our official news release.

April 4, 2020

20-17 Scholastic Games -“Virtual” Championship- Avon Lake vs. Vermilion

Our 30th season had to be curtailed because of the corona virus pandemic.  In place of our traditional championship, we presented a rerun of our first Quarterfinal competition with was a duel between our two highest scoring teams, and our judges decided, considering the scores of all sixteen competing teams, the winner of this contest deserves championship honors.  The teams are Avon Lake, represented by, as pictured left to right, Cara Buck, Irwin Deng, and Eva Ferrari, and the team from Vermilion High School, left to right, Patrick Anders, Liberty Oliver and Rachel Miller. Click above to listen to the program, or for a quick summary of the final results, click here for our official news release.

June 22, 2019

19-16 Scholastic Games Championship-Avon vs. Avon Lake

THE 29TH ANNUAL LORAIN COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP

Avon and Avon Lake have emerged as the two top teams, each having taken on al comers and emerged victorious.  Avon Lake last won in 2005, its second time to take top honors.  Avon last won in 2017, its third time.  Click above to hear the exciting contest.  Spoiler alert: you can read the final results in our official news release.

May 22, 2017

Dialogues 17-12 Scholastic Games -A Look Back

PRODUCER’S PERSPECTIVE ON 27 YEARS OF SCHOLASTIC GAMES

TAYEK

MEHRLING

Interviewer Bob Tayek corners the program’s producer-host, Jim Mehrling, for an inside look at operating a high school quiz show in Lorain County for over a quarter century.  How did it start and what are the most challenging and rewarding aspects of such an endeavor?  These are just a couple of the questions posed in this first-ever venture into turning the tables on the man who is normally the one who asks the questions.

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