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Edison wins seventh-straight title

Zoe Greszler • Updated Feb 21, 2019 at 1:12 PM

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MILAN — Huron High School won this morning’s Firelands Challenge match, earning 52 points, while Edison and Perkins tallied 48 and 23 respectively.

However, because the academic competition’s champ is determined by cumulative points — not individual match winners — Edison took the crown. The final cumulative scores were Edison 131, Huron 126 and Perkins 91.

 

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MILAN — Edison High School captured its seventh-straight Firelands Challenge title this morning despite not winning any of the three matches in the championship round.

Huron High School won today’s third and final match, which Edison hosted.  Huron also won the second match, which it hosted on Feb. 14.

And the third team in the competition, Perkins High School, won the first match, which it hosted on Feb. 12.

However, because the academic competition’s champ is determined by cumulative points — not individual match winners — Edison took the crown. 

This story will be updated with more details later today.

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