Congratulations to this season's ONN Brain Game Champion: Northmont High School!
Last week, students from Warren G. Harding and Northmont High Schools battled it out to see who would take the first place spot in the Brain Game championship. Both teams made it to the top by scoring the highest total points in previous rounds—Northmont defeated Carroll with 205 points, and Warren G. Harding won over Greeneview, scoring 310 points.
Warren G. Harding students went into the championship game with a lead of 105 points over Northmont. Even though Northmont came out on top in last week's episode (370 to 275), Warren G. Harding takes the overall lead, with the season's high score (585); Northmont came in a close second (575).
Other teams in the top five include:
- Olmsted Falls (540)
- Tippecanoe (455)
- Copley (445)
Visit the Westfield Insurance Brain Game page on the ONN website to view a complete list of team standings from this season, and watch past episodes.
About ONN Brain Game
Sixty Ohio high school teams compete each season on Brain Game for a chance to win academic grants for their schools. The quiz show is in its fifth consecutive season, and airs Thursdays at 7:30 p.m, with replays at 9:30 a.m. Friday, 5 p.m. Sundays and 12:30 p.m. Tuesdays. Brain Game is a collaboration of ONN and Westfield Insurance. It is hosted by ONN anchor, Mike Kallmeyer, and taped at WOSU@COSI studio in Columbus, Ohio, and airs on ONN.