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    Congratulations to Richard Lyons for winning the New Hampshire History Bee individual competition championship back in November at Hanover High School, defeating Sean Harris and Liam Abbate on Hanover High School in the championship round of the competition. 
     The bee works similar to other bees.  Students compete in three individual qualifying rounds with all competitors.  After the preliminary rounds, students who place in the top half of the scorers move on to the playoffs.  In the playoffs, the first students who answer a specific number of questions in the room continue to move on, until the finals get paired down to the top 3 scorers in the playoffs.  They then compete to be the first in the group of 3 to get six correct answers.  It is an exciting competition because the finals almost always come down to a sudden death question, as both of these bees did this year.
     
     

     MUSIC DEPARTMENT
    Congratulations!  The following students were accepted to the All State Music Festival after a successful audition. They will be performing with students from all around NH on April 1st in Concord at the Capital Center for the Arts:
     
    Karnar Ueland
    Chris Bramer
    Sam Ebner
    Lilly Friedman
    Gretchen Dodge
    Caitlyn Irish
     
    The following students were invited to the All Eastern Music Festival due to their successful audition scores from last year's all state festival.  They will be performing with students from all over the east coast in Atlantic City, NJ on April 8th:
     
    Karnar Ueland
    Sam Ebner

    Good Luck Plymouth!
    GRANITE STATE CHALLENGE Returns for 33rd Season; Plymouth Regional Tops Farmington High in Opening Match

    *** THIS NEWS RELEASE IS EMBARGOED UNTIL
    FEBRUARY 4, 2017 AT 7 PM ***

    (DURHAM, February 4, 2017) - The 33rd season of GRANITE STATE CHALLENGE opened with an impressive win by Plymouth Regional High School over Farmington High School as the Bobcats beat the Tigers by a score of 590 to 310.

    The Plymouth Bobcats were represented by captain Richard Lyons, Ian Desmarais, Jack Friedman, Sean Harris and alternates Peter Templeton and Martin Runquist, and were coached by Jay Fogarty and Troy Harris. The Farmington Tigers were represented by captain Josh Howard, Samantha Lagle, Tessa Baillargeon, Jason Rhines and alternate Brooke Marston, and were coached by Harold Long. Watch this and all the matches online >>

    “The Granite State Challenge experience is the highlight of the season for me as a coach,†said Plymouth coach Jay Fogarty. “It is eye opening to go behind the scenes during the tapings and see everything that is involved in making it happen.â€

    Plymouth now advances to the second round of GRANITE STATE CHALLENGE. Hosted by Jim Jeannotte, the popular quiz contest began the season with 16 Granite State high school teams battling toward the coveted SUPERCHALLENGE title. Also, for a fifth year, there will be a Granite State vs. Bay State Governor's Cup match between the winners of the GRANITE STATE SUPERCHALLENGE and the WGBH Boston High School Quiz Show.

    New Hampshire's top high school academic teams demonstrate remarkable teamwork, quick thinking and smarts as they play GRANITE STATE CHALLENGE. The game emphasizes quick recall of math, science, social studies, language arts and fine arts facts—along with questions about current events, entertainment, sports, and New England.

    Watch GRANITE STATE CHALLENGE Saturdays at 6 PM on NHPTV PRIME, with multiple airdates on NHPTV PRIME and NHPTV EXPLORE. All games are available to watch online at video.nhptv.org. Online GSC quizzes keep students and audiences involved in the fun. www.nhptv.org/gsc

    GRANITE STATE CHALLENGE is generously funded by lead sponsor Unitil, a provider of natural gas and electricity to customers in New England. Additional funding is provided by NEA-New Hampshire, Heinemann Publishing, D.F. Richard Energy, Measured Progress, Pax World Donor Advised Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation, New Hampshire Magazine, and our Super Sundaypartner, Manchester Community College.

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  • Plymouth Regional High School
    86 Old Ward Bridge Road
    Plymouth, N.H.  03264

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