Moravia teacher extends ‘Jeopardy!’ win streak to four games

Justin Vossler’s “Jeopardy!” run will continue.

The Homer resident and Moravia High School history teacher registered his most dominating win yet Tuesday. He won $20,300 despite an incorrect response in Final Jeopardy.

The Final Jeopardy clue stumped Vossler and his fellow competitors. The category was Europe. The clue for contestants was, “Once a feudal state, it has the highest capital city in Europe at an elevation of about 3,300 feet.”

Vossler, who entered the final round with $24,300, wagered $4,000. His response was Liechtenstein, which was incorrect. The correct answer was Andorra.

Vossler’s wrong response — his first in Final Jeopardy since the win streak began — cost him some money, but didn’t affect his standing. The other contestants also provided incorrect responses.

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