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March 18, 2004

Tigers Ousted From Own Quiz Bowl Tourney In Trophy Match

The host team bowed out of the Scotland County Varsity Campus Bowl Tournament in the consolation round.

After losing their opener, the Tigers rebounded to beat Monroe City before losing to Knox County in the trophy game.

Putnam County edged North Shelby to earn top honors. Clark County took third place over Canton.

Canton was the first round opponent for SCR-I. The Tigers fell behind 40-0 in the opening period and never recovered, falling 190-145. Jason Findling led the way with 50 points.

Scotland County rallied to defeat Monroe City in game two by a final margin of 145-135. Findling answered six toss-up questions in the win.

Knox County used a big second quarter run to oust the Tigers 265-150 in the consolation final.

Findling answered eight toss-up questions on his way to the all-bowl team. The seniorís 5.6 scoring average was sixth best in the tourney. The eventís top eight scorers were honored on the team headed by Andrew Cook of Clark County who scored an average of 12.3 toss-ups in his teamís three victories.


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