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{{Infobox|Name = Karsten Rynearson
|Subjects = Generalist, Literature, History, Art, Mythology,
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|Subjects = Generalist, Literature, History, Art, Mythology
 
|highschool = [[Greens Farms]] (2018 -  
 
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|middleschool = [[Greens Farms]] (2016 - 2018)
 
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==General==
 
==General==
Karsten Rynearson (8th, 14) is a quiz bowl player for [[Greens Farms Academy]], a school coached by Jon Matte and Katya Rynearson in Westport, Connecticut.  
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Karsten Rynearson (8th, 2022) is a quiz bowl player for [[Greens Farms Academy]], a school coached by Jon Matte and Katya Rynearson in Westport, Connecticut.  
  
 
==Notable Achievements==
 
==Notable Achievements==
Karsten was named NAQT's MS Player of the Week for the week of January 6, 2018. He, [[Robert Muñiz]], and [[Shiva Oswal]] hold 8 of the top 10 middle school tournament records, his being 2nd, 3rd, and 9th best. He was named an All-Star at the [[2018 MSNCT]] (8th grade).  He finished third in the US Academic Bee in 2017, his first nationals appearance.  In 2018,  after [[Robert Muñiz]] won the Academic Bee, Karsten got second and [[Shiva Oswal]] finished 3rd.  He also beat [[Robert Muñiz]] to win the [[National Humanities Bee]], a buzzer competition on literature, mythology, fine arts, and music. Finally, playing solo in the bowl, he got 3rd overall after a 70 point loss to [[Midtown Classical]] in the semifinals.
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Karsten was named NAQT's MS Player of the Week for the week of January 6, 2018. He, [[Robert Muñiz]], and [[Shiva Oswal]] hold 8 of the top 10 middle school tournament records, his being 2nd, 3rd, and 9th best. He was named an All-Star at the [[2018 MSNCT]].  He finished third in the US Academic Bee in 2017, his first nationals appearance.  In 2018,  after [[Robert Muñiz]] won the Academic Bee, Karsten got second and [[Shiva Oswal]] finished 3rd.  He also beat [[Robert Muñiz]] to win the [[National Humanities Bee]], a buzzer competition on literature, mythology, fine arts, and music. Finally, playing solo in the bowl, he got 3rd overall after a 70 point loss to [[Midtown Classical]] in the semifinals.
  
 
==Teams==
 
==Teams==
Karsten captained his team to a fifth-place finish at the [[2018 MSNCT]]. He is also a member of his high school A team, which he led in scoring for the 2016-2017 academic year. He lead them to a 7th place [[BHSAT]] finish and a second place finish at the Darien Invitational. He won [[SCOP Novice]] at Hunter solo against Max Shatan and Bard.
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Karsten captained his team to a fifth-place finish at the [[2018 MSNCT]]. He is also a member of his high school A team, which he led in scoring for the 2016-2017 academic year. He led them to a 7th place [[BHSAT]] finish and a second place finish at the Darien Invitational. He won [[SCOP Novice]] at Hunter solo against Maximilian Shatan (Bard High School), who came second at the [[2018 IPNCT]].
  
 
==Statistics==
 
==Statistics==

Revision as of 14:24, 9 July 2018

Karsten Rynearson
[[Image:Karsten Rynearson.jpg|200px]]
Noted Subjects:
Generalist, Literature, History, Art, Mythology
Current Collegiate Team None
Past Collegiate Teams None
High School Team Greens Farms (2018 -
Middle School Team Greens Farms (2016 - 2018)

General

Karsten Rynearson (8th, 2022) is a quiz bowl player for Greens Farms Academy, a school coached by Jon Matte and Katya Rynearson in Westport, Connecticut.

Notable Achievements

Karsten was named NAQT's MS Player of the Week for the week of January 6, 2018. He, Robert Muñiz, and Shiva Oswal hold 8 of the top 10 middle school tournament records, his being 2nd, 3rd, and 9th best. He was named an All-Star at the 2018 MSNCT. He finished third in the US Academic Bee in 2017, his first nationals appearance. In 2018, after Robert Muñiz won the Academic Bee, Karsten got second and Shiva Oswal finished 3rd. He also beat Robert Muñiz to win the National Humanities Bee, a buzzer competition on literature, mythology, fine arts, and music. Finally, playing solo in the bowl, he got 3rd overall after a 70 point loss to Midtown Classical in the semifinals.

Teams

Karsten captained his team to a fifth-place finish at the 2018 MSNCT. He is also a member of his high school A team, which he led in scoring for the 2016-2017 academic year. He led them to a 7th place BHSAT finish and a second place finish at the Darien Invitational. He won SCOP Novice at Hunter solo against Maximilian Shatan (Bard High School), who came second at the 2018 IPNCT.

Statistics

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