COLUMBUS -- The Jan. 4 edition of "Westfield Insurance Brain Game" featured top scholars from Indian Valley High School (Gnadenhutten) and Waverly High School (Waverly), as they battled to become the next "Brain Game Ohio State Champion."

"Westfield Insurance Brain Game" is a statewide academic quick competition hosted by 10TV News Anchor Kurt Ludlow. Each half-hour episode features two high school teams competing to earn the highest score. Players answer questions from a variety of categories, including history, science, arts, spelling, math and general knowledge.

50 Ohio high school teams in all will compete for the title of "The Brain Game Ohio State Champion." $20,000 in grants will be awarded by Westfield Insurance to the top 10 schools in contention. In addition, the top two scoring high schools will be shown in the championship match, which WBNS-10TV will air on May 24.

"Westfield Insurance Brain Game" is a collaboration of WBNS-10TV and Westfield Insurance. The program is taped at the WOSU@COSI studio in Columbus.

WBNS-10TV is a member of The Dispatch Broadcast Group, which also includes WBNS-AM//FM in Columbus and WTHR-TV in Indianapolis, Ind.

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