Scholastic Scrimmage is a high school quiz bowl game show airing on WLVT-TV and WPSU-TV (formerly WPSX-TV), and is hosted by Karen Walton and David Price respectively.
Two teams of four players from Pennsylvania high schools field questions on a diverse range of academic subjects and score points with correct answers. The winners of each game advance in a competitive, season-long tournament.
The WPSU version of Scholastic Scrimmage was canceled in June 2009 due to a smaller budget.
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... The academic team from Bethlehem Catholic has performed very well in the Lehigh Valley Scholastic Scrimmage academic competition winning the season long tournament in 2009 and 2008 and finished as runner-up ...
... In 2006, Moravian Academy took second place in Pennsylvania's Scholastic Scrimmage, losing to Allentown Central Catholic High School in the finals ...
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