Oconto High School’s Hi-Q team thought the questions were tough at the regional finals, but at the national championship, they were doubly difficult. The team finished fourth in the four-way tournament, which was held online. Oconto competed from a room at the UW-Marinette Library, against teams from the other three regions where Hi-Q is played, Pennsylvania, Washington state, Alabama, which finished first through third, respectively. All of the teams struggled to answer questions in many of the categories, which American government, American history, art history, biology, chemistry, current events, geography, literature, mathematics, physics, Shakespeare, sports, and world history. Oconto and the 17 other schools in northeast Wisconsin and Upper Michigan that compete each winter in High-Q are much smaller than the most of the schools in the three other states with which they compete. The winning school, Haverford, near Philadelphia, has nearly 1,800 students, compared to less than 300 for Oconto.