Forsyth County teacher to appear on ‘Jeopardy!’

A man from DeKalb County had a short stint on the long running hit NBC gameshow “Jeopardy!” last week, winning two episodes in a row.

This week, a woman from Forsyth County hopes to do better.

On Thursday, Tracey Hollabaugh will make her debut onstage with host Alex Trebek. She’ll be joined by a woman from New Orleans and the champion from Wednesday’s episode.

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Hollabaugh teaches math and science at South Forsyth Middle School and lives in Cumming.

She taped the episode in December, but didn’t reveal to her Facebook friends on how she did in the contest.

“Jeopardy!” airs each weekday evening at 7:30 p.m.

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