Are you smarter than these high schoolers? Probably not

Capital News Service
LANSING — With a resume of 10 regional victories, Cheryl Wells knows the secret to building winning Ocean Sciences Bowl teams: food. Each study session, the Dexter High School teacher brought goodies for everyone to munch on, building morale and giving that little extra incentive to keep them coming back. “We would eat our ramen or whatever she brought and just read through textbooks, write stuff down, make graphs,” said Graham Norton, a former captain of the Dexter team who is now studying computational math at the University of Chicago. Wells and her Dexter teams have competed in the Great Lakes Ocean Bowl since it began in 1998. More than 10 other high schools have participated in the past, including ones in Sault Ste.