The second contest for the Semi finals stage of the National Science and Maths Quiz competition has come to an end with Keta senior high school walking comfortably to the finals leaving Tamale senior high school and Westley Girls Senior High School in the mud.
This second contest was one of the most anticipated competition because the schools involved were all extremely very good. Ghanaian and fans in general expected a very keen contest but the Keta boys was way stronger leaving Tamale senior high school and Westley Girls battle for the last position.
The fast and accurate Ketasco boy pushed his school to the first position in the first round. The gap was very narrow so Westley Girls and Tamale boys thought they could catch up but unfortunately, as the eagle flew, it was not where to be caught.
Tamale Senior High School with all the bragging of being the lions from the north ended with abysmal performance, with Keta carrying the day.
End of Contest:
Keta SHTS: 53pts
Wesley Girls’ High School: 35pts
Tamale SHS: 31pts
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