|On Saturday's showing of "High School Quiz Bowl," teams from Maple Mill,
Sierra Vista, and Wild Lake high schools competed in a first round match,
buzzing to answer a variety of history, geography, mathematics, and science
questions for points. Each school's TV team is composed of three players,
one of whom is captain; in Saturday's contest, five boys (Chad, Dave, Greg,
Mike, Will) and four girls (Anne, Beth, Grace, Jen) competed. On the set,
the teams are seated in a semicircle, each team as a group with one team in
chairs 1-3, the second team in chairs 4-6, and the third team in chairs 7-9
left-to-right as viewed on television; each team's captain sits in the middle
chair between his or her teammates. From the viewing guide below, can you
deduce the complete seating arrangement for last Saturday's "Quiz Bowl":
the full name (one surname is Wilcox) of each player and where he or she
sat (and thus where each team sat) during the contest?
- These five competitors were flanked only by teammates in the
seating arrangement: Beth, Chad, Miss Updike, Mr. Zellar, and
- Both Grace and the Rowan girl are in their third years of playing
for their schools on TV.
- During the visual round, Goldman outbuzzed the Wild Lake team to
identify Renoir's Luncheon of the Boating Party.
- Greg was flanked on the set by Dave and a player for the opposing
Sierra Vista squad.
- Zellar beat the Maple Mill team on the buzzer to answer the question,
"Where in the world would Carmen Sandiego find Angkor Wat?"
- Mike, who isn't Goldman, sat next to the Miller girl during the game.
- Finley, who didn't sit in chair 3, isn't on the Wild Lake team.
- Chad, who isn't on the Sierra Vista squad, isn't his team's captain.
- Will was flanked in the seating by Anne and a player for opponents
- After the match, Simpson, who isn't Chad, congratulated opponents
Maple Mill on their winning performance.
- The Updike girl doesn't captain her team.
- One of the three teams is composed of three boys, while the other
two are coed.