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The Bono Ahafo regional qualification has started. Five competitions went on today and St. James Seminary recorded the second highest points of the day. They contested against Sumaman SHS, SDA SHS, Sunyani and Sacred Heart SHS. It was a penultimate competition. As usual the competition came in four rounds and St. James led all the rounds.The contestants demonstrated splendid performance and won the competition remarkably.
St. James Seminary SHS, began the competition greatly by answering almost all their questions rightly and picking up bonuses. They ended the first round with 26 points. Such a good performance. The students demonstrated great preparedness and magnificent speed in the round two and again answered rightly almost all the questions. Here is the score after the second round.
Bono-Ahafo Zone - End of Round 2:
St. James Sem. SHS: 47pts
Sumaman SHS: 06pts
Sacred Heart SHS: 01pts
SDA SHS, Sunyani: 0pts
Round three gave all the school a chance to accumulate more points. St. James Seminary SHS ended the round three with 60 points. Smiles and excitement were all over the face of the students.
Photo credit: (NSMQ)
Riddles were not easy yet St. James Seminary SHS answered rightly two riddles and ended the competition with 66 points. Below is the results of the competition.
Bono-Ahafo Zone - End of Contest:
St. James Sem. SHS: 66pts
Sumaman SHS: 07pts
SDA SHS, Sunyani: 04pts
Sacred Heart SHS: 03pts
Good job, St. James Sem. SHS Congratulations.
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