DURHAM- Sanborn Regional High School defeated Nute High School by a score of 120 to 105, advancing them to round two of New Hampshire Public Television’s Granite State Challenge. The series airs Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m., and re-airs Saturdays at 8:30 a.m. on NHPTV.

The triumphant Sanborn Indians team was comprised of seniors Craig Eldridge, Kim Lozeau and Ashley Walukevich, junior Eric Sands, alternates Brian Sands and Darrin Broadhurst, and coaches Michelle Karcz and Evan Czyzowski. The Nute Rams included seniors Sarah Mathews and Ryan Hammond, sophomores Gabrielle Mack and John Gray, and alternates Uriah Brown and Sean Barth; they were coached by Doug Decker.

Tune in Wed., January 2 at 7:30 p.m. to watch John Stark Regional High School vs. Kingswood Regional High School

Tune in each Wednesday night @ 7:30 p.m. to follow your favorite teams and track their progress. The popular quiz contest begins with 32 Granite State high school teams battling toward the coveted SuperChallenge title. There are four single-elimination rounds leading to the final contest in May.

If you miss a match and want to see how your favorite team fared, watch Granite State Challenge online at www.nhptv.org/gsc and on YouTube www.youtube.com/user/nhptvadmin, or download it from the Granite State Challenge website www.nhptv.org/gsc or iTunes Music Store www.apple.com/itunes/ as a video podcast.

Now celebrating its 25th year, Granite State Challenge brings New Hampshire’s top high school academic teams head-to-head in spirited competition. The game emphasizes quick recall of factual material in all major disciplines - math, science, social studies, language arts, and fine arts - along with a smattering of pop culture trivia and New Hampshire topics. Host Jim Jeannotte asks the Challenge questions to the teams; co-host Tim Estiloz interviews team members prior to the game.

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