Towson University And Owings Mills High School Grad Wins $16,001 on Jeopardy, Returns Tonight for More!
BALTIMORE COUNTY - A Baltimore native won $16,001 last night, and it wasn’t from the lottery.
Daniel Ciarrocchi, a graduate of Towson University and Owings Mills High School, was a contestant on Monday night’s episode of Jeopardy. The 36-year-old answered the final Jeopardy question correctly to finish with more than double the second-place contestant’s winnings.
Ciarrocchi will return tonight to defend his title. Regardless of how long his run lasts, the Baltimore area will be cheering him on!
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