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St. Louis Makes Ashanti Region Proud

 

St. Louis made Ashanti Region proud in today’s quiz. Though they were faced with stiff opposition by Suhum SHTS and Konongo Odumase Senior High School. Here are the results of today’s clash:

ST.Louis SHS: 53
Suhum SHTS: 46
Konongo Odumase SHS: 44

Very well done, ST. Louis SHS! #NSMQ2017
[09/06 7:48 PM] Clergy: Besides the 36 winners of the preliminary stage contests, 18 highest-scoring losing schools will also progress to the one-eighth stage. Below is a list of all losing schools and their respective scores:

1. Suhum SHTS: 46
2. Konongo Odumase SHS: 44
3. St. John’s Grammar School: 42
4. Aduman SHS: 41
5. Kumasi Academy: 41
6. EdinamanSHS: 39
7. New Juaben SHS: 39
8. Drobo SHS: 38
9. Nsein SHS: 37
10. Toase SHS: 34
11. St. Paul’s SHS, Denu: 33
12. Tema SHS: 33
13. Berekum Presby SHS: 32
14. ST. Augustine’s College: 32
15. Tamale Islamic SHS: 32
16. T.I. AMASS, Potsin: 32
17. Some SHS: 31
18. T.I. AMASS, Kumasi: 31
19. Ashaiman SHS: 30
20. Ghana SHS, Tamale: 30
21. Sandema SHTS: 30
22. Wa SHS: 30
23. Methodist Girls’ SHS: 29
24. Odorgonno SHS: 29
25. Abuakwa State College: 28
26. Esiama SHTS: 28
27. Berekum SHS: 27
28. Obuasi SHTS: 27
29. Kumasi Girls’ SHS: 26
30. Breman Asikuma SHS: 25
31. Sogakofe SHS: 25
32. Ghanass K’dua: 24
33. Bolgatanga Girls’: 22
34. Fijai SHS: 22
35. St. Ignatius of Loyola: 22
36. Techiman SHS: 22
37. Yaa Asantewaa Girls’: 22
38. Akumfi Ameyaw SHS: 21
39. Dzodze-Penyi SHS: 21
40. St. Martin’s SHS: 21
41. St. Thomas SHTS: 21
42. St. Mary’s Sem. SHS, Lolobi: 20
43. Bompeh SHTS: 19
44. EPC Mawuko Girls’ SHS: 19
45. WBM Zion: 18
46. Kalpohin SHS: 17
47. Lawra SHS: 17
48. Atebubu SHS: 16
49. Yendi SHS: 16
50. Bongo SHS: 13
51. Business SHS: 13
52. Akatsi SHTS: 12
53. Zabzugu SHS: 10
54. Peki SHS: 08
55. Kinbu SHTS: 02
56. Tamale Presby SHS: 0

This list will be updated at the end of each contest, to determine the 18 highest scoring losing schools to progress to the next stage. Balloting for the one-eighth stage would take place at 5pm on Saturday at UGBS.

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