You can help support the promotion of academic competition in Missouri.

All Missouri academic coaches, as well as those interested in promoting excellence in academic competition, are eligible for membership in MACA.

MACA uses its dues to purchase medals for all-district and all-state teams, to host a state-wide Junior Varsity tournament, and to support Missouri national competition teams. We also provide aid and information to coaches through newsletters and e-mail correspondence. In addition, MACA hosts an informative annual convention each fall.

2015 MSHSAA State Tournament - MACA All-Star Awards

This year, MACA also decided to award medals to the top 4 individuals in each class based on the whole day, in addition to the All-State medals based on prelims only. [In order to get an All-Star, the player must have played all 5 games.] The list of those All-Star award winners is below:

Class 1 All-Stars:
1. Ross Sparrow, Tuscumbia, 20.6
T2. Noah Dickinson, Thomas Jefferson, 10.00
T2. Christian Atteberry, Thomas Jefferson, 10.00
T4. Cameron Albrecht, Green City, 8.0
T4. Noah Wells, Thomas Jefferson, 8.0

Class 2 All-Stars:
1. Josh Vogel, Saxony Lutheran, 17.6

2015 MSHSAA State Tournament - MACA All-State Awards

All-State awards are based on the three preliminary rounds of the MSHSAA state tournament.

Class 1
1. Ross Sparrow, Tuscumbia, 23.33
T2. Noah Dickinson, Thomas Jefferson, 11.00
T2. Christian Atteberry, Thomas Jefferson, 11.00
4. Cameron Albrecht, Green City, 8.67
5. Noah Wells, Thomas Jefferson, 8.00
6. Danielle Bailey, DeKalb, 6.67
T7. Jacob Schwenneker, Princeton, 5.33
T7. Kayla Carrington, Bismarck, 5.33
9. Savannah Millburn, Princeton, 5.00
10. Josh Schoonover, Princeton, 4.33

Class 2
1. Joshua Vogel, Saxony Lutheran, 16.33
2. Trent Homan, Richland, 14.33

2015 MACA JV State Tournament

The 2015 version of the MACA JV State Tournament was held on March 14th at Helias High School (special thanks to Shelley Swoyer for volunteering and all of her hard work).

Question Security Reminder

Reminder: Question sets are frequently used at multiple tournaments throughout the state. You are responsible for ensuring that your school attends only one tournament using a particular question set!

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2015 MACA JV State Tournament

03/14/2015
Tournament Details
Host: 
MACA (at Helias High School)
Field cap: 
48
Fees and discounts: 

base fee (first team from each school): $60
second or subsequent teams: $55
buzzer discount (must work for eight players; limit two per school): -$5
each team entered must provide a competent staffer (moderator or score keeper)

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
Olympia Questions (2014)
Question Format: 
Twenty Tossup / Twenty Bonus

Only freshman and sophomore players are eligible for this tournament.

Contact
Scott Allen
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