CATONSVILLE, Md. - Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz recognized the Catonsville High School It's Academic team for winning the Baltimore It's Academic championship. CHS defeated Oakland Mills High School in Columbia and James M. Bennett High School in Salisbury to take the win.
The team of three students topped 81 opponents in the Baltimore bracket. The championship win earned the Catonsville team a place in the It's Academic Super Bowl in Washington, DC on May 12th where they came in second place.
Nearly 200 schools competed in the Baltimore/DC Super Bowl. The CHS team earned $5,750 in prize and scholarship money.
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