Central New York High School Teacher Makes Fourth Appearance on “Jeopardy!”
A Central New York area social studies teacher made his 4th appearance on tonight's "Jeopardy!" Justin Vossler, from Homer in Cortland County is a teacher at Moravia High School in Cayuga County.
According to Syracuse.com, his opportunity to appear on the show came after taking an online practice test last year. In October, "Jeopardy" invited him to New York City to audition and in April, he taped the show that aired last Friday, July 21.
On tonight's show, Vossler, who is the returning champion competed against an attorney from California and another attorney from Florida.
In just three days he's won $72,500 on the nationally syndicated game show. Tonight, Vossler won $20,300 bringing his 4 day- winnings to $92,800. He will return tomorrow night - July 26th to defend his championship and go up against a Purchasing Manager from Savannah, Georgia and a Software Engineer from Austin, Texas.
"Jeopardy" can be seen locally on Utica NBC affiliate - WKTV at 7:30pm.