LCHS Scholastic Bowl team is balanced and competitive

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Lincoln Community High School Scholastic Bowl team took first place out of 22 teams recently at the Lincoln Tournament. In front from left:  Ethan Grover, Head Coach Joshua Bartels. Second row: Hunter Bent, Drew Eimer, Alyssa Bishop, Evan Cyrulik, Kyle Warfel. Third row: Emma Adams, Reagan Bell, Madison McIntosh, Colt Kitner. Fourth row: Carissa Sprinkel, Gabriel Merriman, Cameron Brandt, Grace Keith, Annie Kohl. Fifth row:  Logan Pumfrey, Jack Soloman, Ethyn Parn.
Lincoln Community High School Scholastic Bowl team took first place out of 22 teams recently at the Lincoln Tournament. In front from left: Ethan Grover, Head Coach Joshua Bartels. Second row: Hunter Bent, Drew Eimer, Alyssa Bishop, Evan Cyrulik, Kyle Warfel. Third row: Emma Adams, Reagan Bell, Madison McIntosh, Colt Kitner. Fourth row: Carissa Sprinkel, Gabriel Merriman, Cameron Brandt, Grace Keith, Annie Kohl. Fifth row: Logan Pumfrey, Jack Soloman, Ethyn Parn.

The Lincoln Community High School Scholastic Bowl team remains competitive and balanced despite losing graduating student in 2021.

Head Coach Joshua Bartels said the students are a fun team to coach.

"Drew and Evan have really stepped into a leadership role this year, and new players have stepped in as a very strong supporting cast. That's really my ideal outlook for the team," said Bartels.

According to Bartels scholastic bowl is all about learning trivial information that is often asked and then learning from mistakes during the game.

"Our players do that well. When points are missed, they strive to make sure that points are not missed from the same trivia in the future. They are a fun team to coach, spectate, and work with at practices and games. I'm confident they will continue to lead us in the right direction," he continued.

Through January 12, the team sits at a record of 26-9.

This article originally appeared on Lincoln Courier: Scholastic Bowl team strives for success

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