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BRATTLEBORO — This isn't one of those games that gives you lifelines, makes you earn six slices of pie, or has you wager on the final question.

But huddling up with relatives to brainstorm, kind of like the popular show that Steve Harvey hosts, is encouraged and could be the best strategy for going all the way.

Let's play...

1. SOFTBALL

BUHS graduate Kayla Wood, who pitched a perfect game against Missisquoi Valley in the 2013 Division 1 softball state finals, struck out how many batters in that nine-inning thriller?

2. DOG RACING

Which greyhound won 24 consecutive races at Hinsdale Greyhound Park?

A. Chakotay Outlaw

B. JL Bones

C. M's Bon Gee

D. Stubble

3. COACHES

Andy Natowich, who coached varsity baseball and football at Brattleboro Union High School, won how many state championships?

4. LACROSSE

Maddy Rollins, of Dummerston, is a junior lacrosse player at which university?

A. Coastal Carolina

B. Old Dominion

C. Longwood

D. George Mason

5. BASKETBALL

Who holds the Twin Valley varsity girls basketball team's records of 16 assists and 13 steals in single games?

6. RUNNING

Who won the 2005 Bill Powers Memorial Firecracker 4-miler in Brattleboro?

A. Jason Dunklee

B. Hank Lange

C. Jordan Peoples

D. John Majonen

7. BASKETBALL

Who scored 1,114 points for the Bellows Falls Union High School varsity girls basketball team from 1972-76?

8. BASEBALL

Which team did Leland & Gray blank 8-0 in the 2010 Division 3 state baseball championship game?

A. Randolph

B. Oxbow

C. Windsor

D. Northfield

9. AUTO RACING

Solomon Brow, of Vernon, has which number on the side of the car he drives in the Mini Stocks division at Monadnock Speedway?

10. Which BUHS graduate threw for 983 yards during his senior season as a quarterback at Plymouth State?

A. Joe Shield

B. Josh Norse

C. Paul Haskins

D. Earl Freeman

ANSWERS

1. Twenty, 2. Chakotay Outlaw, 3. Six, 4. Longwood, 5. Devon Spirka, 6. Jordan Peoples, 7. Jayne Barber, 8. Oxbow, 9. Thirty-three, 10. Josh Norse


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