AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - Thirty high school teams put their knowledge to the test at the Pantex Science Bowl on Saturday.
The brain game gave students the chance to compete in science and math related fields, with the chance of earning money for their schools.
Darla Fish, who works in Education and Communication Outreach at CNS Pantex, said the event is beneficial to both students and their schools.
"The Science Bowl benefits the students because it encourages them to continue their education and also helps the schools," said Fish. "With the thousand dollars, they can purchase items that will help with their science and math programs."
Winners of the competition advanced to the Department of Energy's National Science Bowl in Washington, D.C.