The heat and beat in the preliminary stage of this year’s Sharks Quiz projects a season of drama and new stances as newbies, Wesley Girls’ High School gives a sterling performance, qualifying for the next round of competition. The ladies from the historic city battled eastside, Okuapemann Senior High School to cut the mark for the big stage.They found a safe space right from the beginning of the contest, doubling Okuapemann’s 20 points in the first round. The next round of the contest was well played by both schools with the latter accruing more points than they did in the previous round. However, they still fell 20 points back as their contenders pulled a total 60 points for that round. It was indeed a downing moment for Okuapemann School nevertheless, would they keep the trait of a fighter and still find hope in the subsequent rounds?It may have been a first time #SharksQuiz experience for the Cape Coast giants but certainly not a first time taking over a contest! They proved this by dominating the third round again with a 30 – 0 score putting the eastern royals in an even more suppressive zone. By this time, the Okuapemann contingents were perhaps devising a supernatural means to trample down their counterparts by the last round.The deciding round did favour Okuapemann School but their weight was not strong enough to topple Wesley Girls’ School into defeat as they garnered only 10 points more of the latter’s 5. Wey Gey Hey carried the day by a staggering 60 point lead, making it evident that they may be first timers but they can certainly beat the heat on the main front. They were revered by sister institutions and supporters. Well, nothing wrong with a bit of smooge between friends; it was without doubt a splendiferous virtual contest.
This year’s edition of the Sharks Quiz (#Sharks4) is sponsored by Kellogg’s Ghana and Indomie; Ashesi University, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Family Health Medical School, Academic City College (Academic Sponsors); eCampus Ghana, Shell Ghana, Givers Clean Care, Fanmilk Ghana, Fortune rice and Frytol (Associate Sponsors).Media Partners include; TV3 Ghana, 3FM, 3News, AfricaSchoolsOnline, Ghanaweb, Ameyawdebrah.com, Kwadwo Sheldon, High School Trendz (shstrendz.com), Blue Vision Multimedia, Edutainers Topia, and High School Society.