Congratulations to the state champions!
Congratulations to Exeter in Class 1, College Heights Christian in Class 2, John Burroughs in Class 3, and Ladue in Class 4!MSHSAA State results/all-state teams • State discussion thread
CIS A ties for 13th, the best finish ever by a Missouri team at Middle School Nationals! • Free packets for study/practice
This tournament will be written entirely by a team of James Lasker, Patrick Liao, Saajid Moyen, Eric Mukherjee, Sam Passaglia, Dallas Simons, David Xu, and Korey Gall. Eric Mukherjee will be head-editing, with assistance from Jerry Vinokurov.
All questions will be power marked and no question will go past the 8th line (including bolding for power). The target difficulty is equivalent to MAGNI, the tournament that held this spot in the schedule last year.
The distribution we are using is as follows:
4/4 Literature (1/1 World and Other)
4/4 Science (1/1 Math and Other)
1/1 Geography, CE, Trash, and Other
Each packet will also have a tiebreaker tossup and an extra bonus, each from literature, history, or science.
No open teams (Sorry Charlie). Teams must be current students at the university or high school level.
We will use the following fee structure:
Base fee: $120 per team
Working buzzer discount: $10 each
Laptop discount (IF NEEDED; We will only honor this discount on a first come, first needed served basis): $10
Approved moderator discount: $15 each
Travel discount: $15 (more than 200 miles one way according to Google maps)
If you have any questions, please contact the tournament director Sean Phillips at email@example.com
The tournament will be in Eads Hall, Building number 33 in the following map http://www.wustl.edu/community/visitors ... rthmap.pdf . Registration will be in Eads 102 starting at 8:30 am and rounds will begin at 9 am. I hope to see you all there!
Truman State 1 team, 1 buzzer, 1 laptop
Illinois 3 teams, 3 buzzers
SEMO 1 team
Tamil Tigers 1 team, 1 buzzer
Please send registrations to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you there!
Stats for prelims are here:
http://www.hsquizbowl.org/db/tournament ... ble_rr%29/
Will post more once finals are done and I get dinner!
http://www.hsquizbowl.org/db/tournament ... dividuals/
I would like to thank everyone who came to play today and hoped they enjoyed it! I would like to thank all our staffers, Spencer Fish, Nick, Curtis, Tirth, Sam Haynes, and mostly Richard Yu who did a lot of work in making this happen at the last minute! You all were awesome today! A huge congratulations to all the teams and our scoring leaders and Illinois for taking home the hardware!
then click on the scoresheets for Rounds 11 and 12. This is Gordon Arsenoff's program. I realized after writing the first thank you post that I neglected to thank him, first for being a friend then for also writing this wonderful program which saved so much time and resources today and also for being available throughout the day to discuss the program and what wasn't working 100% with it. I'm very lucky to have worked with him for 6 seasons now.