The Seward Starfish compete in the 22nd annual Alaska Regional National Ocean Bowl competition, known as the Alaska Tsunami Bowl, at Seward High School on Feb. 22. From Feb. 21 to 24, the University of Alaska Fairbanks College of Fisheries and Oceans Sciences is hosting 16 teams from across Alaska at Seward High School, testing their knowledge of ocean science against one another. The winning team, decided on Sunday, will travel to Washington D.C. to compete at a national level. (Photo by Kat Sorensen/Peninsula Clarion)

The Seward Starfish compete in the 22nd annual Alaska Regional National Ocean Bowl competition, known as the Alaska Tsunami Bowl, at Seward High School on Feb. 22. From Feb. 21 to 24, the University of Alaska Fairbanks College of Fisheries and Oceans Sciences is hosting 16 teams from across Alaska at Seward High School, testing their knowledge of ocean science against one another. The winning team, decided on Sunday, will travel to Washington D.C. to compete at a national level. (Photo by Kat Sorensen/Peninsula Clarion)

Tsunami Bowl challenges Alaska students

The Seward Starfish competed in the 22nd annual Alaska Regional National Ocean Bowl competition, known as the Alaska Tsunami Bowl, at Seward High School on Feb. 22. From Feb. 21 to 24, the University of Alaska Fairbanks College of Fisheries and Oceans Sciences hosted 16 teams from across Alaska at Seward High School, testing their knowledge of ocean science against one another. The winning team, decided on Sunday, will travel to Washington D.C. to compete at a national level. (Photo by Kat Sorensen/Peninsula Clarion)

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