High School Quiz Show: Maine– Quarter Final #4: Greely vs Marshwood

High School Quiz Show: Maine– Quarter Final #4: Greely vs Marshwood


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Marshwood High School? (applause) Or the Rangers from
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School Quiz Show Maine. I’m Shannon Moss. There is only one slot
left in the semifinals, and each of today’s
teams hopes to make it to their quest to be the
Season Three champion and compete in the High
School Quiz Show invitational against other state champions
throughout New England. Now, on the last
quarter-final match, we have the Rangers
from Greely High School, who defeated the Rams
from Bangor High School, and we have the Hawks from
Marshwood High School, who defeated the Red Riots from
South Portland High School. So let’s start by
meeting our players. For Greely, we have George, Maggie, Nicolas, Thomas, with alternates Chris, and Edmond. They are coached
by Graham Shove. And for Marshwood we have Noble, Gaby, Jake, Jay, with alternates Alaina, and Nathan, and they are coached
by David Lietz. Alright, we also
have two judges, Angela Absher and judge
Thomas McLaughlin. they are overseeing
our proceedings today. Always great to have them here. Alright, this competition
has four rounds, the tossup, the head-to-head,
the category round, and the lightning round. And we’re gonna start
with the tossup round. All answers are worth 10 points. And remember, this
is the only round with no point deductions
for wrong answers. Players, you must wait for
me to finish the question, and if one team
answers incorrectly, the other team will
get a chance to answer. Alright players, are you ready? Here we go. Residents of what US state
call themselves Hoosiers? (ding) Maggie. – Indiana.
– That’s correct. Before the use of
insulint as a treatment, the Type One form of what
disease was usually fatal? (ding)
Maggie. – Diabetes.
– That’s the answer. According to legend, kissing
what famous Irish stone endows the kisser with
the gift of eloquence? (ding) Jay. – Blarney Stone.
– That’s correct. In the title of
a Dr. Seuss book, what is served with green eggs? (ding) George.
– Ham. – Ham’s the answer. In 1969, what
British band released its first rock opera, Tommy, a double album about a
deaf, dumb and blind boy? (ding) Thom, er, actually
it was Nicolas. – Aerosmith. – That’s incorrect. Marshwood? (ding) Jake. – The Who. – The Who is the answer. Bengal is a historical
region located in India, and what country to the east? (ding) George. – Bangladesh. – Bangladesh is the answer. Formerly known as
Fulton’s Folly, what ship was launched on
the Hudson River in 1807 as the first successful
steamboat venture? (buzz) It’s the Clermont,
is the answer there. Okay, what Sanskrit word
refers to an electronic image that represents a
particular person in computer games
or internet forums? (ding) Jay.
– Avatar. – That’s the answer. At least 1.7 million people, nearly a quarter of
Cambodia’s population were killed under what
radical communist regime that ruled Cambodia
from 1975 to 1979? (ding) Thomas. – Khmer Rouge.
– That’s correct. We have a video question if you wanna take a
look at your monitor. – Hello. I’m Congresswoman
Chellie Pingree. Created in 1908 by
then attorney-general
Charles Bonaparte, which federal agency serves as
the primary investigative arm of the US Department of Justice? (ding) – [Shannon] George.
– The FBI. – That’s the answer. In Norse mythology, what
hammer-wielding son of Odin is the god of thunder? (ding) George. – Thor.
– Thor is correct. Known for his watercolors, many of what artist’s
famous seascapes were set at his home
in Prout’s Neck, Maine? (buzz) It’s Winslow Homer. Then a math question for you. What is the mean value of the
numbers six, 11, and seven? (ding) Thomas. – Eight. – Eight is the answer. What Midwestern US city is
named after a Roman general who saved the city of
Rome from destruction and then quietly
retired to his farm? (ding) Jay. – Cincinnati. – Cincinnati’s the answer. Which of the following
metallic elements can be liquid at or
near room temperature? Gallium, manganese, or barium? (ding) Thomas.
– Gallium. – That’s correct. In 1927, sculptor Gutzon
Borglum was commissioned to build what South
Dakota monument? (ding) George. – Mount Rushmore. – That’s correct. What eye disease is caused by an increase of pressure
within the eye? (ding) Thomas. – Pinkeye. – That is incorrect. Marshwood, you wanna
give it a shot? (ding) Jay.
– Cataracts. – It’s glaucoma. That’s the answer. Nicosia is the capital city
of what Mediterranean island located south of Turkey? (ding) George. – Cyprus.
– Cyprus is the answer. In 2018, Justify won
the Kentucky Derby,
Preakness Stakes, and what third race to
capture thoroughbred racing’s Triple Crown? (ding) Maggie.
– The Belmont Stakes. – It is the Belmont Stakes. Okay, up next we have
a picture question, if you wanna take a
look at your monitor. In 1903, Orville
Wright famously piloted the first powered airplane 20
feet above a windswept beach in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, lasting 12 seconds
and covering 120 feet. Where did the Wright
brothers first begin their experimentation
in manned flight? (ding) Thomas. – North Carolina. – [Shannon] That is incorrect. Marshwood? (ding) Gaby. – South Carolina. – No, it was Dayton, Ohio,
actually in their bicycle shop is where they started
their experimentation. Okay, the nursery
rhyme The Muffin Man mentions what street that’s
home to London’s oldest theater? (ding) Jay.
– Drury Lane. – That’s correct. What historical region of
central Romania literally means through the woods? (ding) Thomas.
– Transylvania. – Correct. What New Orleans novelist
wrote Interview with a Vampire? (buzz) Anne Rice is the answer. We have a math question for you. A box contains eight red
pens, seven blue pens, and six green pens. In lowest terms, what
is the probability of randomly selecting a pen that is neither red nor green? (ding) Nicolas. – Six in 21? – [Shannon] That’s incorrect. Marshwood? (ding) Jay.
– 1/3. – That’s correct. Famous for their
distinctive clicking sounds, the Khoisan languages are
native to what continent? (ding) Nicolas. – Africa. – Africa’s the right answer. In the late 19th century, English physicist
Sir JJ Thompson discovered what negatively
charged sub-atomic particle? (ding) Maggie. – The electron. – That’s the right answer. What Massachusetts island
is the home of Captain Ahab in the novel Moby Dick? (ding) – Martha’s– – [Shannon] Jake. – Martha’s Vineyard. – That is incorrect, Greely?
(ding) George.
– Nantucket. – Nantucket is the answer. In 1997, a simple
rover named Sojourner became the first of
several NASA rovers sent to explore what planet? (ding) Nicolas. – Mars. – Mars is the
right answer there. The legendary conflict between
when King Priam’s son, Paris, kidnapped Helen,
the queen of Sparta. (ding) Gaby. – Trojan War. – That’s the answer. Abbreviated MAR,
what ocean bridge is a long under-sea
mountain chain extending from the Arctic Ocean to near the southern
tip of Africa? (ding) Jay. – Mariana’s Trench. – [Shannon] That is incorrect. Greely?
(ding) Thomas.
– Mid-Atlantic Rift. – That’s the answer. The first mammal to be cloned
using an adult somatic cell was a female sheep named what? (ding) George.
– Dolly. – Dolly is the right answer. During the 18th and
the 19th centuries, Tammany Hall was the
powerful executive committee of the Democratic
party in what US city? (ding) George.
– Boston. – That is incorrect. Marshwood? (ding) Gaby. – New York City. – New York is the answer. The title of John Green’s
novel The Fault in Our Stars is inspired by the quote, “The fault, dear Brutus,
is not in our stars, but in ourselves”. This is from what
Shakespeare play? (ding) Jake. – Julius Caesar.
– That’s correct. What is the deepest canyon
in the United States? (ding) Noble. – The Grand Canyon. – That is incorrect. Greely? (buzz) Hell’s Canyon is the answer. (bell ringing) And that is the buzzer, so
that is the end of Round One. Let’s take a look at our scores. Greely has 190 points,
Marshwood has 90. We’re gonna chat
with our players, we’re gonna get to know them a
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our interview question, we do have a slight correction
that we need to make. In the question abbreviated MAR, what ocean ridge is a long
under-sea mountain chain extending from the Arctic Ocean to near the southern
tip of Africa, Thomas from Greely answered
the Mid-Atlantic Rift. Judges have confirmed it’s
the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, so we’re gonna have to
deduct 10 points from Greely, so the score right now
would be 180 to 90. So now let’s get to
that interview question, and Greely, we’ll
start with you. George, what event in history do you wish you had been
able to witness and why? – If I could, I’d
like to go back and see the first
moon landing in 1969. I think it’s the
most incredible thing that humanity has done, and I hope I get to see
another giant leap like that in my lifetime. – That would be
amazing, we all do. Maggie? – I’d probably wanna
witness and participate in some sort of activist
activity during the era of second-wave feminism. – Fantastic, I’m sure
there’ll be opportunities. Nicholas? – I’d really like to go back to the first
Continental Congress and be able to meet all
the founding fathers like George Washington,
in particular, because it’s such an
important moment in history. – It sure is. Thomas? – I’d like to go back
to the 1980 Olympics and watch the Miracle on Ice, ’cause it was a pretty sick win. – Wasn’t it? Ah, gah, I was 10, I know
you weren’t even, (laughs) but it was amazing to watch. Oh my gosh. And the movie, right,
it’s good, it’s so good. Okay, sorry. Noble! (laughs) – I’d also like to go back to
the 1960 Civil Rights movement because I feel like it
was such a pivotal time in American history, and I’d like to see
the March on Washington and be able to see Martin
Luther King’s speech in person. – Powerful stuff, absolutely. Gaby? – I would like to see the
painting of the Sistine Chapel because I’m a really big
fan of Renaissance art. – Be amazing. Of course, you have to
look up like this, though, but that’s alright! (laughs) Good stuff, right? Alright, Jake? – I’d like to see the start
of the American Revolution just ’cause it’s the
birth of our country. – It sure is. Fantastic. And Jay? – I’d like to go
back to Ancient Egypt and watch the building
of the Great Pyramids because it’s fascinating
how they built it without modern machines. – Right? I always think about that. How was that done? Oh my gosh, these are
all such great answers, I loved every one of them. Good to, great to get to
know you a little bit more. Alright, we are going to
be going head-to-head, coming up next after you see the Maine’s Credit Unions
question of the week. (funky music) – Hi, I’m Jen Burke, and
this is Maine’s Credit Unions question of the week. Which two historical women have been depicted
on US dollar coins? Your choices are
Sacagawea, Harriet Tubman, Susan B Anthony, and Betsy Ross. Pick two and we’ll be
back with the answer later in the show. – Alright, we are about
to go head-to-head. I’ve got Marshwood to my
left, Greely to my right. Gentlemen, wanna shake
hands before we get started? – Good luck.
– Good luck. – Alright, in this
round you get 10 points for correct answers. Incorrect answers,
though, will cost you 10. Now remember, you
don’t have to wait for me to finish the question, you can buzz in at any time. So, let’s set that
clock and here we go. By definition, what kind
of animals eat both plants and other animals. (ding) Yes, Marshwood. – Omnivores. – That’s the right answer. What Midwestern state
is the most northerly of the contiguous United States? (ding) That was just in
time, Marshwood? – Montana? – It’s Minnesota. Who was the first Roman
Catholic president of the United States? (ding) Yes, Marshwood.
– JFK. – That’s correct. In Greek drama, what
group of performers comment on the action
as collective voice? (buzz) The chorus. What decisive battle
established the Normans as the rulers of
England in 1066? (ding) Yes, Greely.
– Hastings. – That’s correct. What African nation is home
to the cities of Tangier and Casablanca? (ding and buzz) Morocco. – It’s Morocco, yes. What William Gibson play is based on the
life of Helen Keller and her determined
teacher Annie Sullivan? (buzz)
The Miracle Worker. What machine was
introduced to France during the French Revolution
as a form of execution. (ding)
Yes, Marshwood. – Guillotine.
– Correct. By tradition, what
country goes first in the Parade of Nations at
Olympic opening ceremonies? (buzz)
Greece. Name the largest planet
in the solar system. (ding)
Yes, Marshwood. – Jupiter.
– Correct. Most of the main characters on the TV show The
Big Bang Theory work at what university? (buzz)
Not fans of the show. Cal Tech. What British naval
intelligence officer created the fictional
spy James Bond, 007? (buzz) Ian Fleming is the answer. By using the Suez canal, ships
avoid having to sail around what continent? (ding)
Marshwood. – South America.
– It’s Africa. What US president designed
the landscape and gardens at his home at Mount Vernon? (bell ringing) I’m sorry, that was not in time. And that is the buzzer,
Greely with 200 points, Marshwood with 110 points. We got a game, it’s
gonna be great. Category round is
coming up next. Next up is the category round,
with the following choices. Get Carter, Here Comes
the Sun, Project Runway, Arabian Nights, The Butler
Did It, and This Old Spouse. Alright, each category
has five questions with increasing point values. Now players, you must wait
for me to finish the question before you can buzz in. Remember, you can confer
with your teammates, but once you buzz in I am
going to need your answer at that point. And like in the tossup round, if one team answers incorrectly, then the other team will
get a chance to answer. Okay, Marshwood, you’re
behind a little bit so you get to start. Where would you like to go? – Can we start with
This Old Spouse? – Yes, we can. This category, questions
about famous married couples. So this is for 10 points. In 1903, what married
couple received the Nobel prize in Physics
for their work on radiation? (ding) George. – The Curies. – Yep. That works. (laughs) That does work. Alright, we don’t
need the first names. Greely, you get to choose again. Where would you like to go? – [George] Let’s
do Project Runway. – Oh, Project Runway
for 10 points. These are questions
about fashion. What flat, round-cornered collar is named after JM Barrie’s
most famous literary creation? (ding) Jay. – Peter Pan collar. That is correct. Marshwood, where
would you like to go? – [Jay] We’ll take
This Old Spouse. – This Old Spouse for 15. What couple starred
in and produced one of the most popular and technically innovative
shows of all time, I Love Lucy? (buzz) Lucy and Desi. Lucille Ball. Alright, Greely, where
would you like to go? – [George] We’re gonna
do Arabian Nights. – We’re doing Arabian Nights. This is questions
about the Middle East. Known in Arabic as Halab, Aleppo is the largest
city in what country? (ding) Noble. – Syria.
– That is correct. Marshwood, you have the board. Control where would
you like to go? – [Noble] Arabian Nights. – Arabian Nights,
this is for 15 points. Occupying an area of
23500 square miles, what triangular
peninsular in Egypt serves as a land bridge
between Africa and Asia? (ding) Thomas. – Sinai. – That is correct. Greely, back to you. Where would you like to go? – [Thomas] Keep going
with Arabian Nights. – We’re gonna keep goin’
with Arabian Nights. Name the only Middle
Eastern country that is a member of NATO. (ding) Noble. – Israel. – That is incorrect. Greely?
(ding) George. – Turkey. – Turkey’s the answer. Greely, where would
you like to go? Let’s keep going,
Arabian Nights. Alright, Arabian Nights for 25. The prophet Muhammad was
buried in what Saudi city that’s the second-holiest
city in Islam, after Mecca. (ding) Noble. – Medina. – That is correct. Marshwood, you’re up. Where are we goin’? – [Noble] Arabian Nights. – Arabian Nights for 30 points. In 2003, what country
formally admitted it was responsible for
the bombing of an airplane over Lockerbie,
Scotland in 1988? (buzz) The answer is Libya. And Marshwood, you still
have control of the board. What do you think? – [Jake] Can we go
to This Old Spouse? – This Old Spouse for 20 points. In April 1945 in Berlin,
who married Adolf Hitler? (ding) George. – Eva Braun.
– That’s correct. Greely, you have
control of the board. – [George] This
Old Spouse, please. – ‘Kay, This Old
Spouse for 25 points. At the age of 18, in 1582, who married 26
year-old Anne Hathaway? (ding) Gaby. – William Shakespeare. – That is correct.
Marshwood. I’m in a tennis match here,
back and forth, back and forth. (laughs) Marshwood, where we goin’? – [Gaby] This Old Spouse. – Alright, we’re gonna wrap up
this category for 30 points. This Old Spouse. England’s Henry the Eighth
ended his first marriage and broke with the
Roman Catholic church because he wanted to marry whom? (ding) Gaby. – Anne Boleyn. – That’s correct. Alright Marshwood, what
category are we going to? – [Gaby] Project Runway. – Project Runway. And this is for 15 points. What style of cropped pants is
named after an Italian island in the Tyrrhenian Sea? (ding) Gaby.
– Capri. – [Shannon] Capri is the answer. What would you like next? – [Gaby] Project Runway. – Project Runway, for 20 points. Named after a French acrobat who invented the
flying trapeze act, what tight one-piece garment is often worn by
dancers and gymnasts? (ding) Jay. – Leotard. – [Shannon] That’s correct. What would you like next? – [Jay] Project Runway. – Alright, we’re gonna
continue with Project Runway. This is for 25 points. During the American
Bicycle Craze of the 1890s, many women wore what
loose, Turkish-style pants named after a champion
of women’s rights? (ding) Jay. – Bloomers. – That’s correct. So are you finishing
up the category or you wanna go somewhere else? – [Jay] We’ll finish it. – Okay. Project Runway for 30 points. What diamond-shaped pattern,
popular for socks and sweaters, is named for a former
county in Scotland? (ding) Jay. – Argyle. – [Shannon] That is correct. Alright, which category is next? – [Jay] We’ll take
The Butler Did It. – The Butler Did
It, for 10 points. Questions about
fictional butlers. Lane and Merriman are butlers in what classic comedy of
manners by Oscar Wilde? (buzz) The Importance of Being Earnest. Okay, Marshwood? – [Jay] Let’s take
Here Comes the Sun. – Here Comes the Sun. These are questions
about the sun, and this is for 10 points. The sun was once thought to
be perfect and unchanging. This view changed
forever, though, when sunspots were
discovered in the 1600s by what Italian astronomer? (ding) Nicolas. – Galileo.
– That’s correct. Greely, where’d you like to go? – [Nicolas] Let’s go Sun again. – We’re doin’ it. Here Comes the
Sun for 15 points. Scientists predict that in
about five billion years, the sun will begin to die because the gas in its core
will run out of what element? (ding)
Nicolas. – Hydrogen. – [Shannon] That’s correct. What do you think? Yep, that’s what I thought.
– Here Comes the Sun. – Here Comes the
Sun, for 20 points. The sun primarily makes
energy by fusing hydrogen into what gas? (ding) Nicolas. – Helium. – Helium is the answer. For 25? – [Nicolas] Yes. – We’re gonna do it!
Here Comes the Sun. Consisting of hot, ionized gas, what outermost region
of the sun’s atmosphere is derived from the
Latin word for crown? (ding) Gaby.
– The corona. – [Shannon] Corona
is the right answer, and Marshwood, you have
control of the board. What would you like?
– Here Comes the Sun, please. – Alright, we’re gonna
wrap up this category. Here Comes the Sun,
this is for 30 points. In the early 1600s,
what German astronomer stated that all planets
move about the sun in elliptical orbits? (ding) Jake. – Copernicus. – [Shannon] That is
incorrect, Greely? (ding) George. – Kepler. – [Shannon] That is correct. Alright Greely,
where are we goin’? – [George] Let’s
do Get Carter, 10. – Get Carter, this
is for 10 points. And these are questions
about President Jimmy Carter. Jimmy Carter was
elected president in what year that America
celebrated its bicentennial. (ding) Noble. – 1976. – [Shannon] That is correct. Where would you like
to go next, Marshwood? – [Noble] Get Carter. – Alright, Get
Carter, 15 points. When his father died in 1953, Carter gave up being an
officer on a US nuclear sub, and returned to
what southern state to become a peanut farmer? (ding) Jay.
– Georgia. – [Shannon] That is correct. What would you like
next, Marshwood? – [Jay] Get Carter. – Get Carter, 20 points. Carter asked Americans to
cut down on their energy use. He led by example, curtailing
the use of limousines, selling the presidential yacht, and installing what on
the White House roof? (ding) George.
– Solar panels. – [Shannon] That is correct. And Greely, you’re next. Where would you like to go?
– Get Carter, 25. – Alright, Get
Carter for 25 points. Carter was the first president to face the challenge
of militant Islam. On November 4, 1979, an angry
mob of Islamic revolutionaries took 66 Americans
hostage in what city? (buzz) Tehran is the answer. (dinging) And that’s the buzzer, so
that ends the category round. Let’s take look at our scores. Greely with 360 points,
Marshwood has 300. We all know what category is
next, it’s the lightning round, and anything can happen
in that final round. So we’ll get to that
right after the answer to the Maine’s Credit
Unions question of the week. (funky music) Let’s see how you did with Maine’s Credit Unions
question of the week. Which two historical
women have been depicted on US dollar coins? Your choices are
Sacagawea, Harriet Tubman, Susan B Anthony, and Betsy Ross. The answers are Sacagawea
and Susan B Anthony. While the mythical Lady Liberty has appeared on many US coins, Sacagawea and Susan B Anthony
are the only two real women who have been on US coins. – Okay, we are heading in
to the final 90 seconds of gameplay, the
lightning round. Now players, you can
buzz in at any time. Remember, you get 20
points for correct answers, but incorrect answers
will cost you 20 points. So let’s set that
clock and let’s go. What is Canada’s
westernmost province? (ding)
Thomas. – British Columbia. – [Shannon] That is correct. Il Duce was the nickname
for what Italian dictator? (ding)
Thomas. – Mussolini. – [Shannon] That’s
the right answer. Name the only mammal that
is capable of true flight. (ding) George. – Bat. – [Shannon] Bat is
the right answer. Daisy and Tom Buchanan
are characters in what (ding)
1925 novel, Gaby. – The Great Gatsby. – [Shannon] That’s
the right answer. What city is the birthplace
of the Prophet Muhammad, the founder of Islam? (ding) Noble. – Mecca. – [Shannon] That’s correct. What type of energy is also
known as stored energy? (ding) Maggie.
– Potential energy. – [Shannon] That’s
the right answer. Who was the first US president to appoint a woman
to the Supreme Court? (ding) Thomas.
– Reagan. – [Shannon] That’s right. What national Spanish newspaper has a title that
means The World? (ding) Gaby. – El Mundo. – [Shannon] That’s
the right answer. What invading Germanic
tribe sacked Rome in 455 AD? (ding) Gaby. – The Vandals. – That’s the right answer. What is the first name
of the female protagonist in the 1991 Disney film
Beauty and the Beast? (ding) Maggie.
– Belle. – That is the right answer. The Northern Cross constellation also goes by what name
that means swan in Latin? (buzz) Cygnus is the answer. In surface area,
which is the smallest of the five Great
Lakes of North America? (ding) Nicolas. – Lake Erie. That is incorrect,
it’s Lake Ontario. What is the feminine
form of the word aviator? (ding) Gaby. (dinging) It’s aviatrix. So I’m sorry, that
was incorrect. That is the buzzer. And our winning team is Greely,
with a final score of 460. They will be moving
on to the semifinals. Our runners-up, Marshwood,
with 360 points. Great game, you guys. Hope to see you back next year. Thanks so much for
playing, both of our teams. Alright, next week join us for
the first semi-final match. Thanks so much for
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