2014 HSAPQ NASAT at Ohio State

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2014 HSAPQ NASAT at Ohio State

Post by Jeffrey Hill » Fri Jun 13, 2014 6:27 pm

The HSAPQ National Academic All-Star Tournament at Ohio State starts tomorrow. Team Missouri is:

Jialin Ding (Ladue)
Jared Lockwood (Hallsville)
Kisan Thakkar (Ladue)
Ben Zhang (Ladue)

There are a total of 18 17 states participating:

California
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Indiana
Kentucky
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Missouri
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Tennessee
Texas
Virginia

There should be live scoresheets for Missouri's games again, but because there is an open online mirror next weekend, question content will not be clear and there will be no livestreaming.
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Reason: North Carolina dropped

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Re: 2014 HSAPQ NASAT at Ohio State

Post by Jeffrey Hill » Sat Jun 14, 2014 6:57 am

North Carolina dropped. It will be a 17 team full round robin.

Live scoresheets

Missouri finishes 10-6

SATURDAY:
Round 1: Missouri 370, Delaware 130 -- Missouri was down 120-20 after 5. After a timeout, MO got 8 of the next 9.
Round 2: Missouri 400, Kentucky 115
Round 3: Missouri 410, Georgia 85
Round 4: Missouri 260, Massachusetts 195 -- Missouri trailed early, taking the lead on TU 3 and losing it on TU 10 to trail at the half 85-75. In the first half, 3 tossups went dead, and MO had 3 negs. In the second half, MA increased their lead before MO tied it after 16. MO took the lead on 17 and was leading by only 5 going into 19. Going into final tossup, score was 230-195, and MO converted to win an intensely close game.
Round 5: BYE
Round 6: Missouri 390, Michigan 85
Round 7: Ohio 280, Missouri 175 -- Missouri led after 1, then trailed until tying the game after 7. Then Ohio got 8 of the next 9 tossups to basically put the game away.
Round 8: Missouri 325, Virginia 240 -- MO down 80-0 after 3, then got the next 4 to lead 120-75; led 155-125 at the half. MO had 30's on 5 consecutive bonuses heard to help extend their lead, and clinched the win after getting tossup 18.
Round 9: Missouri 435, Tennessee 80
Round 10: Florida 235, Missouri 190 -- Florida with 11 tossups over 7 for Missouri. Trailed after tossup 2 and never recovered.
Round 11: Maryland 330, Missouri 190 -- Tied at 60 after 4, MD got the next 7 tossups for a huge lead.
Round 12: New Jersey 275, Missouri 240 -- Missouri led 250-125 after 14; MO negged 15 and 16 and NJ converted the last 6 tossups.

SUNDAY:
Round 13: Texas 445, Missouri 135 -- tied after 2, but Texas got the next 4 tossups to start building their big lead and kept going from there.
Round 14: California 305, Missouri 160 -- tied after 2, but could never overcome the deficit that followed. Got as close as 30 points after 11 but didn't get another tossup until #17 when it was too late. Missouri had 6 negs.
Round 15: Missouri 345, Indiana 190
Round 16: Missouri 295, New York 160 -- several lead changes in the first half, but Missouri never gave up the lead after regaining it on #7.
Round 17: Missouri 300, Illinois 220 -- Missouri got 5 of the first 7 tossups to build a lead, Illinois got the next 3 to make the halftime score 155-90. Missouri got 5 of the next six, and then Illinois made a HUGE run to almost make their 75-point protest on tossup 12 relevant, going down to the last bonus.

Standard finals/tiebreakers procedure for top 4 afterward.
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Re: 2014 HSAPQ NASAT at Ohio State

Post by Jeffrey Hill » Sat Jun 14, 2014 9:25 am

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Re: 2014 HSAPQ NASAT at Ohio State

Post by Jeffrey Hill » Sat Jun 14, 2014 3:33 pm

Sunday schedules for the top 6:

Texas (11-0): MO (7-4), NY (3-8), IL (9-2), NJ (9-2), VA (10-2)
Virginia (10-2) [losses to MO, MD]: BYE, IN (2-9), DE (3-9), FL (7-5), TX (11-0)
Illinois (9-2) [losses to OH, VA]: MI (0-11), NJ (9-2), TX (11-0), IN (2-9), MO (7-4)
New Jersey (9-2) [losses to CA, VA]: TN (5-7), IL (9-2), MI (0-11), TX (11-0), GA (3-8)
California (8-3) [losses to TX, VA, IL]: MA (3-8), MO (7-4), TN (5-7), MI (0-11), OH (7-5)
Missouri (7-4) [losses to OH, FL, MD, NJ]: TX (11-0), CA (8-3), IN (2-9), NY (3-8), IL (9-2)

I think it's still mathematically possible for Missouri to win, but that would require Missouri to win all 5 Sunday games, all but 1 of the above teams to finish round 17 with at least 4 losses, getting through a massive tiebreaker for all the 4 loss teams, and (if there's a 3-loss team) THEN winning 2 games in an advantaged final. We could also drop to the bottom half of the field with several losses, so there's still a lot to be played to determine final rankings.

Let's win some games tomorrow and get another top 4 finish!

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Re: 2014 HSAPQ NASAT at Ohio State

Post by Jeffrey Hill » Sun Jun 15, 2014 9:41 am

With a 10-6 record, Missouri finished in the top half of the field at eighth out of 17 teams.

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Re: 2014 HSAPQ NASAT at Ohio State

Post by DeckardCain » Sun Jun 15, 2014 11:34 pm

Wow, that field looks tough... so many close games. Congrats to Team Missouri on another solid top-half finish.

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