Anna Cambron, the local ten-year-old genius from Noe Middle School who appeared on Jeopardy on Monday is now not only smart, but she also has a lot of money to her name. Cambron was a part of Jeopardy’s “Kids Week” and competed against two other contestants for a chance to take home more than $15,000.
The winner of each Jeopardy game is guaranteed a minimum of $15,000. The contestant who places second wins $2,000 and the contestant who places third wins $1,000. Unfortunately, Cambron did not win the competition, but she did come in second place, which means she walked away with $2,000.
Congratulations Anna, way to make Louisville proud!
Photo: courtesy of Jeopardy
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