Moweaqua teen represented on Jeopardy Teen Tournament

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Moweaqua – It is the chance of a lifetime for more than a dozen teens ready to battle it out on America's favorite game show.

 

The Jeopardy Teen Tournament starts this Wednesday at 4:30. Contestants are chosen from all over the country, and Moweaqua's own Jordan Villanueva is representing Central Illinois.

 

He says it's a dream come true, and the competition was intense. "Everyone there is so bright, and has the same goal, and the same potential to reach that goal that you can't afford to slip up at all."

 

Our very own Mark Rivera will have story updates documenting Jordan's journey to the California state, starting Wednesday.

 

Make sure you watch next Monday when Jordan will be competing.

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