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'''Justin Young''' is a player for [[McLean]]. He won the 2017 [[National History Bee and Bowl|JV National History Bee]].
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'''Justin Young''' is a former player for [[McLean]]. He won the 2017 [[National History Bee and Bowl|JV National History Bee]].
  
 
He played for [[Longfellow]] in middle school, and was lead scorer on the Longfellow A team that was runner up at the [[2016 MSNCT]] and [[USABB|2016 USABB National Championship]]. In the previous season, Young was a member of the Longfellow team that won the 2015 Middle School National History Bowl and was declared Most Valuable Player of the tournament. Due to comments made in middle school, he is the only poster on the [[Hsquizbowl.org|hsqb forums]] not allowed to post in the politics forum.
 
He played for [[Longfellow]] in middle school, and was lead scorer on the Longfellow A team that was runner up at the [[2016 MSNCT]] and [[USABB|2016 USABB National Championship]]. In the previous season, Young was a member of the Longfellow team that won the 2015 Middle School National History Bowl and was declared Most Valuable Player of the tournament. Due to comments made in middle school, he is the only poster on the [[Hsquizbowl.org|hsqb forums]] not allowed to post in the politics forum.

Latest revision as of 16:30, 17 June 2020

Justin Young
Noted Subjects:
History
Current Collegiate Team none
Past Collegiate Teams None
High School Team McLean (2017-2020)
Middle School Team Longfellow (2014-2016)

Justin Young is a former player for McLean. He won the 2017 JV National History Bee.

He played for Longfellow in middle school, and was lead scorer on the Longfellow A team that was runner up at the 2016 MSNCT and 2016 USABB National Championship. In the previous season, Young was a member of the Longfellow team that won the 2015 Middle School National History Bowl and was declared Most Valuable Player of the tournament. Due to comments made in middle school, he is the only poster on the hsqb forums not allowed to post in the politics forum.