Owings Mills teen to compete in Jeopardy's 'Teen Tournament' Wednesday

Generation Z will try their luck at their own rendition of Jeopardy next week, and an Owings Mills resident is in the running for bragging rights and a grand prize.

High school junior Emma Arnold, who is home-schooled, will compete in Jeopardy’s Teen Tournament, a two-week trivia event hosted for students between the ages of 14 and 17.

Fifteen students will participate in hopes of winning $100,000.

Emma will kick off the tournament on Nov. 7, facing off against Anish Maddipoti, a high school junior from Austin, Texas, and Maya Wright, a senior high school student from Peachtree City, Ga.

Tune in at 7 p.m. Wednesday on WBFF-TV Fox 45. For more information, go to jeopardy.com.




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