Knightdale High School’s African-American Quiz Bowl team took first place in their district championship against a South Carolina team after winning state championships. Left to right: Morgan Cox, 9th grade, Marcus Griffin, 11th grade, Andre Ray, 11th grade, John Hankins, social studies teacher and the team’s adviser. Not pictured: Elliott Foster, 10th grade.
The team has a six-year winning streak even as the competition grows. The African-American History Awareness Competition is sponsored locally by the Iota Iota chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and is typically held during Black History Month.
Knightdale High School’s African-American Quiz Bowl team took first place in their district championship against a South Carolina team after winning state championships. Left to right: Morgan Cox, 9th grade, Marcus Griffin, 11th grade, Andre Ray, 11th grade, John Hankins, social studies teacher and the team’s adviser. Not pictured: Elliott Foster, 10th grade. The team has a six-year winning streak even as the competition grows. The African-American History Awareness Competition is sponsored locally by the Iota Iota chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and is typically held during Black History Month. KARA BETTIS kbettis@newsobserver.com
Knightdale High School’s African-American Quiz Bowl team took first place in their district championship against a South Carolina team after winning state championships. Left to right: Morgan Cox, 9th grade, Marcus Griffin, 11th grade, Andre Ray, 11th grade, John Hankins, social studies teacher and the team’s adviser. Not pictured: Elliott Foster, 10th grade. The team has a six-year winning streak even as the competition grows. The African-American History Awareness Competition is sponsored locally by the Iota Iota chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and is typically held during Black History Month. KARA BETTIS kbettis@newsobserver.com

Knightdale takes first in African-American Quiz Bowl

May 31, 2015 12:00 PM

UPDATED May 31, 2015 04:00 PM

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