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Regional and State 2022 Knowledge Bowl Results Announced

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

March 23, 2022


SPOKANE, WA – More than 20 high school teams representing five counties across northeast Washington competed earlier this month at Whitworth University in the 2022 Knowledge Bowl hosted by Northeast Washington Educational Service District 101’s Teaching & Learning department.


The academic competition, held annually by each of Washington’s nine ESDs, tests team knowledge in a variety of traditional secondary subjects including math, science, history, literature, music, geography and current events.


First, second and third-place trophy winners in NEWESD 101’s regional tournament included Lewis and Clark High School, Gonzaga Prep and Saint George’s School (respectively).


Twelve regional teams advanced to state Knowledge Bowl tournaments, by school size classification, held in Wenatchee and Richland. Of the top regional teams that advanced to the state tournament on March 19, 10 received state awards including Valley Christian School (first place) and Wilbur-Creston High School (second place) in the 1B division and Saint George’s School (third place) in the 2B division.


Click here to view a list of all regional and state winners from northeast Washington.

About NorthEast Washington Educational Service District (NEWESD) 101

NEWESD 101 promotes educational excellence by delivering essential, cooperative services to schools and other learning communities.

NEWESD 101 is responsible for the seven northeastern counties of the state, providing cooperative services in Adams, Ferry, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens and Whitman counties. NEWESD 101 is the state's largest ESD in the number of districts, counties and geographic region served.