A Hudson Valley teacher is once again a Jeopardy! champion and is now moving on to the finals.

From May 6 through May 17, Jeopardy! is airing its Teachers Tournament. 15 educators from across the country are battling for a $100,000 grand prize and a spot in Tournament of Champions.

Last week,  Francois Barcomb of New Paltz reached the Teachers Tournament semi-finals after he battled two other teachers and came out victorious, finishing with $20,600. 

Tuesday night, the Hendrick Hudson physics teacher won again, earning him a spot in Friday's final. Barcom finished with $18,801 defeating a chemistry teacher from Austin, TX and an English teacher from Stamford, CT.

Barcomb needed to correctly answer the Final Jeopardy to claim his victory.

 

The second-winningest contestant in <em data-reactid="246">Jeopardy!</em> history was recently <a href="https://hudsonvalleypost.com/jeopardy-champion-offered-job-in-hudson-valley/">offered a job in the Hudson Valley.</a>

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