Thursday evening, Summit High School took home the first place trophy in the fourth annual History Bowl, hosted by the City of Brentwood. The SHS team consisted of Camden McNeeley, Matt Strong, Ryan Mears and coach Jeffery Graves.
All eight of Williamson County’s high schools participated in the Bowl. Centennial High School came in second and Brentwood High School placed third.
The participants “were some of the brightest academic stars of any Brentwood History Bowl,” said Brentwood Mayor Betsy Crossley. “If these young people represent the future of Williamson County, keep your sunglasses handy, because it’s going to be bright.”
Summit High will proudly display the 12-inch American eagle trophy until next year.