Grand Island Corporate Bowl 2005
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Corporate Bowl Winners Announced - 2005
Top left photo shows first place Team 5, Two-and-a-half Asian Invasion: Meher Singh, Yasmin Raza, Sofia Syed and Sara Hilliard.
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Corporate Bowl 2005 was held March 15, 2005 in the Grand Island High School auditorium. The winning teams follow:
2-and-a-Half Asian Invasion - Meher Singh, Yasmin Raza, Sofia Syed and Sara Hilliard won the first place prize of $1000 each in scholarship money
Slavic Painkillers - Emily Kahn, Abe Morgan, Juliana Burkhart and Amanda Richter won the second place prize of $500 each in scholarship money.
Team RamRod - Amanda George, Kari Tondera, Rob Goris and Jeff Rebmann won the third place prize of $250 each in scholarships.
The last showing of the Corporate Bowl 2005 on Adelphia Cable Channel 13 is scheduled for 1:30 p.m., Saturday, March 26, 2005.
Final Rounds - GISBA Corporate Bowl - March 2005
Final rounds for the GISBA Corporate Bowl Competition will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 15, 2005 in the Grand Island High School Auditorium. Drawings for the Chinese raffle will be held that evening. Raffle tickets will still be available in the lobby the evening of the event.
Corporate Bowl Showcases GIHS Students - March 2005
The Corporate Bowl 2005 will begin with the Preliminary Round at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 8 and the Final Round on Tuesday, March 15 in the High School Auditorium. Sixteen student teams have formed to compete in this year’s GISBA Corporate Bowl. In this academic challenge, teams of high school students compete for college scholarships by answering questions in subjects of English, Math, Science, History, Geography, Music, Art, Current Events, Sports, and Business. These scholarships, which are sponsored by contributions from area businesses, are awarded to the three winning teams. Everyone is welcome and there is no charge.
16 Corporate Bowl Teams To Compete - 2005
The following are photos (some minus teammates) of the 16 teams competing in the GISBA Corporate Bowl. The Preliminary Round takes place Tuesday, March 8, 2005 with the Final Round being held Tuesday March 15, 2005. Both events are being held at 7 p.m. in the High School Auditorium. Click Corporate Bowl 2005 for full story.
(left) Team I, The Purple Turkeys: Catie Hilliard, Bailey DeGlopper, Amber Hultgren and Giovanna Andolina -- Team 2, The Geniuses, Featuring Ryan: Ryan Kucharski, Tim Lavallee, Eric Quattrini and Chris Benko -- Team 3, The Fantastic Four, Failure is our Fourte: Brian Choi, Justin Helman, James Poupalos and Rob Sugar.
Team 4, The Mighty Monkeys Return: Monique Dhand, Angie Jaeger, Kayla Nash and Ashley Marien -- Team 5, Two-and-a-half Asian Invasian: Meher Singh, Yasmin Raza, Sofia Syed and Sara Hilliard -- Team 6, Acrimonious: Erin Dent, Kathy Rogers, Sarah Calvaneso and Josh Billica.
Team 7, Team Marj: Wes Burkman, Gretchen Kiehl, Mary Beth Lacki and Jill Endres -- Team 8, The Slavic Painkillers: Emily Kahn, Abe Morgan, Juliana Burkhart and Amanda Richter -- Team 9, We’re Absent (?Minded): Ashley Perez, Valerie Paris, Amanda Webb and Mark Webb
Team 10, Operation Devastation: Sarah Mye, Cassie Lange, Traci Aladeen and Forrest Smith -- Team 11, Where’s Mandi?: Lee Miller, Robert Potter, Sarah Lipp and Mandi Thompson -- Team 12, The Three Amigos and Casey: Casey Olszewski, Jarrad Mendel, James Rayhill and Adam Bakul
Team 13, Team Voltaire: Vincent Covatto, Julie Pangborn, Catie Lewis and Amanda Arki -- Team 14, 98.7 Degrees/Slight Fever: Josh Snyder, Nick Shemik, Ben Angelo and Trey Minarcin -- Team 15: Team RamRod: Amanda George, Kari Tondera, Rob Goris and Jeff Rebman.
Team 16: Team Tuff: Adam Ungaro, Dan Victor, Andrew Missert and Jim Zilliox
Students Compete For Scholarships At GISBA Corporate Bowl - 2005
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Shown from left ae Jeffrey Rebmann, Kari Tondera, Amanda George and Robert Goris
Student teams are currently forming to compete in this year’s GISBA Corporate Bowl. In this academic challenge, teams of high school students compete for college scholarships by answering questions in subjects of English, math, science, history, geography, music, art, current events, sports, and business. These scholarships, which are sponsored by contributions from area businesses, are awarded to the three winning teams.
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