Members of Stanwood’s Hi-Q team raise cups of sparkling cider to toast victory Monday near their school’s performing arts center where they defeated Monroe and Marysville Pilchuck in the regional Hi-Q championship. From lower left, clockwise, team members are Caroline Dolan, 18, Henry Johnson, 17, Jeffrey Rahman, 16, Jack Softcheck, 18, Lucy Cunningham, 18, Hannah Grierson, 17, and Logan Ritterbush, 16. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Members of Stanwood’s Hi-Q team raise cups of sparkling cider to toast victory Monday near their school’s performing arts center where they defeated Monroe and Marysville Pilchuck in the regional Hi-Q championship. From lower left, clockwise, team members are Caroline Dolan, 18, Henry Johnson, 17, Jeffrey Rahman, 16, Jack Softcheck, 18, Lucy Cunningham, 18, Hannah Grierson, 17, and Logan Ritterbush, 16. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Stanwood claims regional Hi-Q championship

“I am blown away by the brilliance on that stage,” the Stanwood coach says. (Plus, a bonus Hi-Q quiz.)

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