Bible Quiz teams compete

Twelve area Bible Quiz teams traveled to North Clinton Church in Wauseon for the 2016 kick-off tournament covering Acts, chapters 6 through 9.

House Church 2 went undefeated to capture the tournament title, with North Clinton’s Charged finishing runner-up at 5-2 for the day, with their only losses going to House Church 2.

The third place playoff match was the highest scoring match of the day, with 190 combined points, as North Clinton’s Fierce Wolves captured third place over fellow North Clinton team, Hearts of Faith, who finished fourth. The fifth place play-off bracket was won by House Church 1, a team made up of four siblings, Joe, Katie, Josh, and Nate Richer. Eastland Baptist Church of Bryan won the other four-team consolation bracket.

Thirty-one youth had the fun of quizzing out in at least one of their matches by answering three questions correctly. Hope Nofziger, part of the championship team, quizzed out five times, the only quizzer able to quiz out in all of her matches in Sunday’s tournament. Keri Aeschliman, part of the runner-up team, quizzed out in six of her seven matches, scoring 210 points for the day. And teammate Chris Foor scored 205 points including three quiz outs.

Dana Voll and Tessa Waidelich, making up a West Clinton two-person team, quizzed out in four of their five matches, scoring 200 and 160 points, respectively, for the day. Rookie Tedrow quizzer Levi Myers quizzed out in five of his six matches.

Other youth quizzing out four times were Jason Aeschliman, Cara Foor, Connor Johnson, Jacob Myers, William Nofziger, and Lynne Stuckey. Other quizzers with three quiz-outs were Isaac Noor and Joe Richer. With two quiz-outs were Justice Beck, Chelsea McCleery, Nate Richer, Trinity Snider, and Anna Thomas. Also with a quiz-out were Derek Aeschliman, Bervia Clark, Ava Hoylman, Kate Nofziger, Karlee Reed, Nick Reed, Josh Richer, Logan Richer, Weston Ruffer, Gracie, Isaiah, and Lydia Sheldon.

The next quiz meet will be held Jan. 10, 2 p.m., at Pettisville Missionary Church. The public is welcome to attend.