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2014-15 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS 
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Post 2014-15 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS
This thread will list conference tournaments for the coming year. There are (roughly) 74 activities conferences in the state; apologies for the string of posts that will follow. This information is far from complete (and at present far from accurate), with schools shifting conferences, adding/dropping programs, and of course who's reading what. To the surprise of few, some of these conferences will have no tournament in place let alone teams competing. (Also, some of these conferences might not have MSHSAA members.) Corrections and information will be welcome.

Conferences will be grouped in quote form:
Generic Missouri Conference wrote:
Schools with teams (Schools without teams or not competing)
Date of tournament (range/series of dates if duals)
Host or organizer of tournament
Format: MSHSAA, National, other; whether tournament or duals
Question provider:

Additionally, if a thread is started where results are posted/discussed, I will include a link.

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Post Re: 2014-15 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS (A-C)
ABC (St Louis area) wrote:
John Burroughs, Lutheran North, Lutheran South, MICDS, Principia, Priory, Villa Duchesne, Westminster Christian
Date:
Host/Organizer:
Format:

Archdiocesan (AAA) wrote:
Bishop DuBourg, Cardinal Ritter, Duchesne, JFK, O'Fallon Christian, Rosati-Kain, St Charles Lutheran, St Dominic, St Francis Borgia, St Mary's, Trinity Catholic
Date: January 31st
Host/Organizer: St Charles Lutheran
Format: MSHSAA
Question Provider: NAQT

Big 8 (SWMO) wrote:
Aurora, Carl Junction, Cassville, East Newton, Lamar, McDonald County, Monett, Mt Vernon, Seneca
Date:
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Big Springs and/or Black River League wrote:
Alton, Bunker, Couch, East Carter, Eminence, Lesterville, Southern Reynolds, South Iron, Summersville, Van Buren, Winona
Date:
Host/Organizer:
Format:

Bootheel wrote:
Caruthersville, Hayti, Kennett, Malden, Portageville, Senath-Hornersville, South Pemiscot
Date:
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Carroll-Livingston (CLAA) wrote:
Bosworth, Breckenridge, Hale, Hardin-Central, Keytesville, Norborne, Northwestern (Mendon), Southwest Livingston, Tina-Avalon
Date:
Host/Organizer:
Format:

Central Activities (CAC) wrote:
Brunswick, Glasgow, Madison, New Franklin, Northeast (Cairo), Sturgeon
Date: March 26th
Host/Organizer: Cairo
Format: MSHSAA, round-robin
Question Provider: Triple Q

Central Ozarks (COC) wrote:
Branson, Bolivar, Buffalo, Carthage, Hollister, Logan-Rogersville, Marshfield, Neosho, Nixa, Ozark, Reeds Spring, Republic, Springfield Catholic, Webb City, Willard
Date:
Host/Organizer:
Format:

Clarence Cannon (CCC) wrote:
Brookfield, Centralia, Clark County, Highland, Louisiana, Macon, Monroe City, Palmyra, South Shelby
Date: January 22nd - March 28th
Host/Organizer: Centralia/South Shelby
Format: MSHSAA - duals begin January 22nd, leading to tournament March 28th at South Shelby
Question Provider: NAQT

Cooper County (CCAA) wrote:
Bunceton, Jamestown, Otterville, Pilot Grove, Prairie Home
Date:
Host/Organizer:
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Crossroads wrote:
Barstow, Butler, Sherwood, Independence St Mary's, Summit Christian, Van Horn (also two schools in Kansas)
Date:
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Eastern Missouri (EMO) wrote:
Bowling Green, Clopton, Community, Elsberry, Mark Twain, Montgomery County, North Callaway, Silex, Van-Far, Wellsville-Middletown, Wright City
Date: January 13th-March 10th
Host/Organizer: Community
Format: MSHSAA - four quad tournaments every other Tuesday, beginning January 13th, culminating in conference tournament March 10th at Community.
Question Provider: NAQT

Four Rivers wrote:
Hermann, New Haven, Owensville, Pacific, St Clair, St James, Sullivan, Union
Date:
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Format:

Frisco wrote:
Crocker, Dixon, Iberia, Laquey, Licking, Newburg, Plato, Richland, Stoutland
Date:
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Format:

Gasconade Valley wrote:
Belle, Bourbon, Cuba, Steelville, Viburnum, Vienna
Date: beginning November 17th
Host/Organizer: Belle
Format: (historically, see below) three round-robins of half-MSHSAA games on three separate dates, top team each day receives five points, second place three, third two, and fourth one.
Question Provider: NAQT

Gateway (GAC) wrote:
Fort Zumwalt North, Fort Zumwalt South, Francis Howell, Francis Howell Central, Francis Howell North, Orchard Farm, Troy Buchanan, Warrenton, Washington, Wentzville Holt, Wentzville Timberland, Winfield (Fort Zumwalt East, Fort Zumwalt West, St Charles, St Charles West, Wentzville Liberty)
Date: January 24th
Host/Organizer: Orchard Farm
Format:MSHSAAs, three preliminary rounds, top four advance to single-elimination playoffs.
Question provider: NAQT

Golden Valley wrote:
Ballard, Bronaugh, Hume, Montrose, Northeast Vernon, Sheldon
Date:
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Grand River wrote:
Albany, Braymer, Gallatin, King City, Maysville, Polo, Princeton, South Harrison, Stanberry, Worth County
Date:
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Great Plains wrote:
KC Alta Vista, KC Cristo Rey, KC Ozanam (also several schools in Kansas)
Date:
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Harrison-Daviess-Caldwell (HDC) wrote:
Cainsville, Gilman City, Grundy County, Jamesport Tri-County, Mercer, Newtown-Harris, North Daviess, North Harrison, Pattonsburg, Ridgeway, Winston
Date:
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Highway 275 wrote:
Craig, Fairfax, Mound City, Nodaway-Holt, North Nodaway, Rock Port, South Nodaway, Tarkio, West Nodaway
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Interscholastic League wrote:
KC Central, KC East, Lincoln College Prep, KC Northeast, Southeast
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Interstate 70 (I-70) wrote:
Concordia, Concordia St Paul Lutheran, Crest Ridge, Lone Jack, Orrick, Santa Fe, Sweet Springs, Wellington-Napoleon
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Jefferson County wrote:
Crystal City, DeSoto, Festus, Festus St Pius X, Grandview, Herculaneum, Hillsboro, Imperial Windsor, Jefferson, Perryville, Perryville St Vincent, Ste Genevieve
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KCI wrote:
East Buchanan, Hamilton Penney, Lathrop, Lawson, Mid-Buchanan, North Plate, Plattsburg, West Platte
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Kaysinger wrote:
Cole Camp, Green Ridge, La Monte, Lincoln, Northwest (Hughesville), Sedalia Sacred Heart, Smithton, Stover, Tipton, Windsor
Date: November 17th
Host/Organizer: Windsor
Format: MSHSAA
Question Provider: NAQT

Lewis & Clark wrote:
Fayette, Marceline, Paris, Salisbury, Westran (Slater)
Date: March 28th
Host/Organizer: Salisbury
Format: MSHSAA (some intraconference meets may take place prior to tournament at Salisbury)
Question Provider: NAQT


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Post Re: 2014-15 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS (M)
Mark Twain wrote:
Chadwick, Everton, Hurley, Niangua, Springfield New Covenant Academy
Date:
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Metro (St. Louis) Catholic wrote:
Chaminade, CBC, DeSmet, St John Vianney, SLUH
Date: October 15 (approx).
Host/Organizer: DeSmet
Format: MSHSAA
Question Provider: NAQT

Metro (Kansas City) Christian wrote:
Blue Ridge Christian, Eagle Heights Christian, Faith Christian, Northland Christian, Tri-City Christian, Whitefield Christian (also two in Kansas)
Date:
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Metro (St. Louis) League wrote:
Community Christian, Crosspoint Christian, Eagle Ridge Christian, The Fulton School, Wright City Liberty Christian, St Louis Thomas Jefferson, Festus Twin City Christian (also two in Illinois)
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Metro (St. Louis) Women’s (MWAA) wrote:
Cor Jesu, Incarnate Word, Nerinx Hall, Notre Dame, St Elizabeth's, St Joseph's, Ursuline, Visitation, Whitfield
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Mid-Lakes wrote:
Ash Grove, Fair Grove, Marionville, Pleasant Grove, Skyline, Stockton, Strafford
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Midland Empire (MEC) wrote:
Bishop LeBlond, Cameron, Chillicothe, Maryville, St Joseph Benton, St Joseph Lafayette, Savannah, Smithville
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Mid-State wrote:
Calhoun, Chilhowee, Kingsville, Leeton, KC Lutheran, Wentworth Military Academy
Date:
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Mineral Area (MAAA) wrote:
Arcadia Valley, Bismarck, Caledonia Valley, Farmington, Fredericktown, Kingston, North County, Park Hills Central, Potosi, Valle Catholic, West County
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Mississippi Valley wrote:
Greenville, Leopold, Marquand-Zion, Meadow Heights, Oak Ridge, Zalma
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Missouri River Valley (MRVC) wrote:
Carrollton, Excelsior Springs, Grain Valley, Harrisonville, Holden, Knob Noster, Lafayette County, Lexington, Oak Grove, Odessa, Pleasant Hill, Richmond
Date: November 5th
Host/Organizer: Oak Grove
Format: MSHSAA
Question Provider: NAQT


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North Central (NCMC) wrote:
Boonville, Hannibal, Kirksville, Marshall, Mexico, Moberly (Fulton)
Date: March 7th
Host/Organizer: Boonville
Format: MSHSAA, round-robin tournament
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Ozark 7 wrote:
Exeter, Joplin McAuley Catholic, Purdy, Southwest (Washburn), Thomas Jefferson Independent, Verona, Wheaton
Date: October 15th (approx.)?
Host/Organizer: Wheaton
Format: MSHSAA (I believe that in the past, they've done duals)
Question Provider: NAQT

Ozarks wrote:
Camdenton, Joplin, Lebanon, Rolla, Springfield Glendale, Springfield Hillcrest, Springfield Kickapoo, Springfield Parkview, Waynesville, West Plains
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Ozarks Foothills wrote:
Clearwater, Doniphan, East Carter, Greenville, Naylor, Neelyville, Twin Rivers
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Platte Valley wrote:
DeKalb, Conception Junction Jefferson, North Andrew, Northeast Nodaway, Osborn, South Nodaway, Stewartsville, Union Star
Date: March 7th
Host/Organizer: DeKalb
Format:MSHSAA
Question Provider: NAQT

Polk County wrote:
Dadeville, Fair Play, Halfway, Hermitage, Humansville, Walnut Grove, Weaubleau, Wheatland
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Public High League (PHL) wrote:
Carnahan, Cleveland NJROTC, Gateway Tech, McKinley, Metro Academic, Miller Career, Northwest Academy, Roosevelt, Soldan International Studies, Sumner, Vashon
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Scott-Mississippi wrote:
Benton Kelly, Chaffee, Delta, East Prairie, Oran, Scott City, Scott County Central
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Show-Me wrote:
Chamois, Eugene, Fatima, Linn, New Bloomfield, Russellville, St Elizabeth, South Callaway, Tuscumbia
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Format:

South Central wrote:
Ava, Cabool, Houston, Mountain View Liberty, Mountain Grove, Salem, Thayer, Willow Springs
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South Central – AA wrote:
Bayless, Brentwood, Crossroads College Prep, Hancock, Valley Park
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Southeast Missouri (SEMO) wrote:
Cape Girardeau Central, CG Notre Dame, Charleston, Jackson, New Madrid Central, Poplar Bluff, Sikeston
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Southwest Central wrote:
Billings, Blue Eye, Clever, Crane, Forsyth, Galena, Sparta, Spokane
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Spring River Valley wrote:
Diamond, Golden City, Greenfield, Jasper, Joplin College Heights, Liberal, Lockwood, Miller, Pierce City, Sarcoxie
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Stoddard County (SCAA) wrote:
Advance, Bell City, Bernie, Bloomfield, Dexter, Puxico, Essex Richland, Marble Hill Woodland
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Suburban Kansas City Blue wrote:
Belton, Grandview, Kearney, Platte County, Raytown South, Winnetonka
Date: January 28th
Host/Organizer: Park Hill South (listed for all four GKCSA Conferences)
Format: MSHSAA, tournament round-robin
Question Provider: NAQT

Suburban Kansas City Gold wrote:
Blue Springs, Blue Springs South, Lee's Summit, Lee's Summit North, Lee's Summit West, Raymore-Peculiar
Date: January 28th
Host/Organizer: Park Hill South (listed for all four GKCSA Conferences)
Format: MSHSAA, tournament round-robin
Question Provider: NAQT

Suburban Kansas City Red wrote:
Liberty, Park Hill, Park Hill South, Ruskin, St Joseph Central, Truman
Date: January 28th
Host/Organizer: Park Hill South
Format: MSHSAA, tournament round-robin
Question Provider: NAQT

Suburban Kansas City White wrote:
Fort Osage, Liberty North, North Kansas City, Oak Park, Raytown, Staley, William Chrisman
Date: January 28th
Host/Organizer: Park Hill South (listed for all four GKCSA Conferences)
Format: MSHSAA, tournament round-robin
Question Provider: NAQT

Suburban St. Louis East wrote:
Affton, Clayton, Jennings, Ladue, McCluer South-Berkeley, Normandy
Date:
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Suburban St. Louis North wrote:
Hazelwood Central, Hazelwood East, Hazelwood West, McCluer, McCluer North, Pattonville, Ritenour, Riverview Gardens
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Suburban St. Louis South wrote:
Kirkwood, Parkway Central, Parkway North, Parkway West, Rockwood Summit, Seckman, University City, Webster Groves
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Suburban St. Louis West wrote:
Arnold Fox, Eureka, Lindbergh, Marquette, Mehlville, Northwest (House Springs), Oakville, Parkway South, Wildwood Lafayette
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Summit wrote:
Conway, Fordland, Gainesville, Hartville, Mansfield, Norwood, Seymour
Date: March 7th
Host/Organizer: Seymour
Format: MSHSAA
Question Provider: NAQT


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Tri-County (Adair, Linn, Macon, Sullivan) wrote:
Atlanta, Bevier, Brashear, Bucklin/Macon County, Green City, La Plata, Linn County, Meadville, Novinger
Date: March 11th-April 11th
Host/Organizer: Linn County
Format: MSHSAA, Four Triads beginning March 11th, followed by conference tournament April 11th at Linn County. Full schedule
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Tri-County (Dunklin, New Madrid, Pemiscot) wrote:
Campbell, Clarkton, Cooter, Delta, GIdeon, Holcomb, North Pemiscot, Risco, Southland
Date:
Host/Organizer:
Format:

Tri-County (Benton, Boone, Cole, Miller, Moniteau, Morgan) wrote:
Blair Oaks, California, Eldon, Hallsville, School of the Osage, Southern Boone, Versailles, Warsaw
Date: November 20th (approx.)
Host/Organizer: Blair Oaks
Format: MSHSAA, Duals
Question Provider: NAQT

Tri-Rivers wrote:
Knox County, Milan, North Shelby, Putnam County, Schuyler County, Scotland County
Date: February 28th (approx.) - March 21st
Host/Organizer: North Shelby (duals), Scotland County
Format: MSHSAA, duals beginning in February; de facto conference tournament March 21st at Scotland County
Question Provider: NAQT

West Central wrote:
Clinton, KC Center, KC St Pius X, Nevada, O'Hara, Sedalia Smith-Cotton, Warrensburg
Date: March 7th
Host/Organizer: St Pius X
Format: MSHSAA
Question Provider: NAQT

Western Missouri wrote:
Adrian, Amoret Miami, Appleton City, Archie, Cleveland Midway, Drexel, Osceola, Rich Hill
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White River wrote:
Bakersfield, Bradleyville, Dora, Koshkonong, Lutie
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A correction to be made: At the present time South Callaway is a football-only affiliate for EMO, and competes in the Show-Me Conference in all other activities, including Scholar Bowl.


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Another correction. All three Gateway Athletic Conferences compete together, and only 12 of the 17 schools sponsor quiz bowl. They are Fort Zumwalt North, Fort Zumwalt South, Francis Howell, Francis Howell Central, Francis Howell North, Holt, Orchard Farm, Timberland, Troy, Warrenton, Washington, and Winfield.

The date is 1/24/15 to be hosted at Orchard Farm using MSHSAA rules in a 5-game format identical to districts.


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Thank you Kyle for taking the time to put this info together. I'm sure it was a bit painstaking.


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kstockman wrote:
Another correction. All three Gateway Athletic Conferences compete together, and only 12 of the 17 schools sponsor quiz bowl. They are Fort Zumwalt North, Fort Zumwalt South, Francis Howell, Francis Howell Central, Francis Howell North, Holt, Orchard Farm, Timberland, Troy, Warrenton, Washington, and Winfield.

The date is 1/24/15 to be hosted at Orchard Farm using MSHSAA rules in a 5-game format identical to districts.

Yikes, eight teams go home after three games!? Any attempt to try and establish a better method?

I've updated both entries. After tomorrow's MACA meeting, I'll go through and add in what I've found out about various conference tournaments.

(EDIT) Have Wentzville Liberty joined a conference yet?


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L-Town Expatriate wrote:
Yikes, eight teams go home after three games!? Any attempt to try and establish a better method?

I've updated both entries. After tomorrow's MACA meeting, I'll go through and add in what I've found out about various conference tournaments.


We can talk at the meeting tomorrow if you'd like.

L-Town Expatriate wrote:
(EDIT) Have Wentzville Liberty joined a conference yet?


They only have freshmen and sophomores this year. They'll likely have a team next year in the GAC. All of their athletic teams are in the GAC North for now, but that will probably change when they have all four grades.


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Gasconade Valley wrote:
Belle, Bourbon, Cuba, Steelville, Viburnum, Vienna
Date:
Host/Organizer:
Format:

Assuming this hasn't changed since I was in high school, GVC scholar bowl consists of three separate six-team round-robin tournaments using half-format MSHSAA games. First place in an individual tournament nets a school five points, second place is three points, third place is two points and fourth place is one point. Overall placing is awarded based on cumulative score after the third round-robin. I have no idea what they'd do if they ended up in a tie.


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DeckardCain wrote:
L-Town Expatriate wrote:
Gasconade Valley wrote:
Belle, Bourbon, Cuba, Steelville, Viburnum, Vienna
Date:
Host/Organizer:
Format:

Assuming this hasn't changed since I was in high school, GVC scholar bowl consists of three separate six-team round-robin tournaments using half-format MSHSAA games. First place in an individual tournament nets a school five points, second place is three points, third place is two points and fourth place is one point. Overall placing is awarded based on cumulative score after the third round-robin. I have no idea what they'd do if they ended up in a tie.

Were the round-robins once a month or over three consecutive weeks?

If this setup adopted NAQT format, it might serve as a brilliant barometer for teams having trouble getting into tournaments.


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Roughly once a month. If memory serves correctly tonight I think the meets were typically in December, January and March. One of them was usually on held a Saturday morning and the other two were on Monday nights.


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Again a reminder: if you have results from any conference tournament, feel free to post them here.


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NCMC:
Hannibal 5-0
Kirksville 4-1
Marshall 3-2
Moberly 2-3
Boonville 1-4
Mexico 0-5

CCAA:
Pilot Grove 4-1, 1090 points
Prairie Home 4-1, 1080 points
Jamestown 4-1, ??? points
Higbee 2-3
Bunceton
Otterville

CAC:
Cairo 4-1, 1000 points
Madison 4-1, 830 points
Sturgeon 4-1, 770 points
New Franklin 2-3
Brunswick 1-4
Glasgow 0-5


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Show-Me Conference Results: (Fun fact: we allow B teams!)

Round 1

Fatima 240, Chamois 230
St. Elizabeth B 150, New Bloomfield 130
St. Elizabeth A 260, Linn 160
Eugene 280, Russellville B 110
Tuscumbia 480, Russellville A 150

Round 2

Fatima 280, New Bloomfield 50
St. Elizabeth B 130
Chamois 210, Linn 90
St. Elizabeth A 250, Russellville B 160
Tuscumbia 530, New Bloomfield 20

Round 3

St. Elizabeth B 140, Linn 130
Russellville A 280, New Bloomfield 50
Chamois 300, Russellville B 60
St. Elizabeth A 250, Fatima 150
Tuscumbia 480, Eugene 120

Semifinals

1) Tuscumbia 580, 4) Fatima 80
3) Chamois 240, 2) St. Elizabeth A 200

Finals / 3rd place

1) Tuscumbia 520, 3) Chamois 190
4) Fatima 320, 2) St. Elizabeth A 170


This tournament used NAQT's conference set.


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Clarence Cannon Conference tournament took place March 28th at South Shelby High School in Shelbina. Seeding was based on regular season matchups and broke down evenly: Brookfield, Centralia, Monroe City, Macon, Clark County, South Shelby, Highland, Louisiana, Palmyra. Louisiana and Palmyra's make-up match Thursday to determine who had what seed in their play-in game this morning.

Play-in game:
9. Palmyra def. 8. Louisiana, 320-240

Palmyra became the eighth team in the playoffs.

Round One:
1) Brookfield def. 9) Palmyra 490-50
2) Centralia def. 7) Highland 510-200
3) Monroe City def. 6) South Shelby 340-240
5) Clark Co. def. 4) Macon 380-210

Lunch was after round one. Teams that lost in round one were then placed in a knockout bracket for the consolation plaque. The four winners were then in the semifinals.

Round Two:
1) Brookfield def. 5) Clark Co. 470-290
2) Centralia def. 3) Monroe City 380-360
4) Macon eliminated 9) Palmyra 250-240
6) South Shelby eliminated 7) Highland 330-140

Consolation: South Shelby def. Macon 250-230
3rd Place: Monroe City def. Clark Co. 350-320
Championship: Brookfield def. Centralia 380-340

Brookfield finish the CCC season with a perfect 11-0. Their JV also won their bracket, defeating South Shelby.


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I don't have all the scores yet, but Fayette won the Lewis & Clark title on Saturday with a 4-0 record. I'm presuming that Paris was second and Marceline was third. This post will be edited as I receive more information.

(EDIT) Yes it was Fayette first, Paris second, Marceline third. Salisbury beat Westran for fourth. Fayette scored at least 300 in each of their games.


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Mon Mar 30, 2015 9:01 am
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Post Re: 2014-15 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS
Tuscumbia won the Show-Me Conference middle school tournament today. Eugene was second and Fatima was third; New Bloomfield, Chamois, St. Elizabeth, and South Callaway also participated. The tournament was double elimination. I only have scores from Tuscumbia's games:

Tuscumbia 370, Fatima 170
Tuscumbia 380, Eugene 120
Tuscumbia 300, Eugene 250


Sat Apr 11, 2015 3:32 pm
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Tri-County Conference North tournament was today at Linn County, outside Purdin. It was a true double-elimination tournament - even the loser of the 8-9 play-in game was sent to the losers bracket.

Green City went undefeated to win the high school title. They narrowly defeated Linn County for the title. Bevier was third, ending their two-year reign as conference tournament champs. Novinger (who came into today as the undefeated regular season champs) was fourth.

In the junior high bracket, Meadville was undefeated heading into the final with Novinger. Earlier in the day Meadville had defeated Novinger, but Novinger were able to force a second game. Meadville handily won the final game 380-200 to claim the conference title. Brashear was third and Atlanta fourth.


Sat Apr 11, 2015 8:36 pm
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Tri-Rivers Conference duals wrapped up last week. North Shelby went 5-0 to win the title. Knox County was second at 4-1.

Their quasi-conference tournament was March 21st at Scotland County. For the fourth straight year, former Tri-Rivers member Clark County swept through the field, including a close win over North Shelby in the finals.

Next year will be the final year for the Tri-Rivers, as Milan & Putnam County defect to the Grand River Conference, and Knox, Schuyler & Scotland are absorbed into the Lewis & Clark Conference. North Shelby is expected to become an independent.


Mon Apr 13, 2015 9:15 am
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I guess this fits here: The Show-Me Conference also hosts an elementary knowledge bowl, which this year went pyramidal. Each grade competes separately. Format is double-elimination.

Results from said tournament this year, which was on March 17:

3rd Grade: 1st Chamois, 2nd South Callaway, 3rd Eugene
4th Grade: 1st Fatima, 2nd Russellville, 3rd Chamois
5th Grade: 1st Tuscumbia, 2nd Eugene, 3rd Fatima
6th Grade: (1st/2nd game btw. Fatima and Eugene, not sure who won), 3rd Linn

Overall winner of the traveling trophy for the year was Fatima.


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