Ellicott City native advances to finals in Jeopardy College Championship

Ellicott City native Gary Tse has advanced to the two-day finals in the Jeopardy College Championship, which begins today.Earlier this week, the championship semi-finals began with nine contestants, with Tse winning Wednesday's match up and earning $15,989....

Ellicott City native advances to finals in Jeopardy College Championship

Ellicott City native Gary Tse has advanced to the two-day finals in the Jeopardy College Championship, which begins today.Earlier this week, the championship semi-finals began with nine contestants, with Tse winning Wednesday's match up and earning $15,989....

24 February 2017 Friday 15:55
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Ellicott City native advances to finals in Jeopardy College Championship

Ellicott City native Gary Tse has advanced to the two-day finals in the Jeopardy College Championship, which begins today.

Earlier this week, the championship semi-finals began with nine contestants, with Tse winning Wednesday's match up and earning $15,989. Clarissa Santori, also of Ellicott City, became a wild card during the quarterfinals last week, but was knocked out of the semi-finals on Tuesday.

Tse advanced to the semi-finals following his wild card status last week, earning him $22,845, only $1,555 from the confirmed semi-finalist. The Naval Academy freshman will compete against MIT senior Lilly Chin and Stanford University junior Viraj Mehta.

The first episode in the two-day finals is scheduled to air tonight at 7 p.m.

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Lunch at Wilde Lake High School includes healthier food choices for the students. Advocates for healthy food in schools rated Howard County the best in Maryland for offering healthy choices to students and promoting awareness of healthy eating. (Algerina Perna, Baltimore Sun video)

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