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Saturday November 08, 2014

Tuscumbia High School will be hosting an academic tournament for students in the 8th grade and below on November 8, 2014. We will be running two divisions, one for 7th/8th grade teams from MSHSAA-affiliated schools and one for students in the sixth grade or below. If there is sufficient demand, we will consider opening a third division for 7th/8th grade teams from non-MSHSAA affiliated schools. The hard cap on team size is eight players; we request that you limit teams to six players so as to maximize playing time for all students.

Saturday November 15, 2014
Saturday November 22, 2014

Games will consist of 20 tossups with three-part, non-rebounding bonuses. The exact schedule for the tournament will depend on the final field size, but teams should expect to be divided into preliminary pools that will each play a round robin, followed by a rebracketing into championship and consolation pools. If the field fills, all teams should expect to play 10 games, ending around 4:00, with any necessary finals and tiebreakers following.

Saturday December 06, 2014

The initial field cap for this tournament is twelve teams. Each team will be guaranteed eight games regardless of performance; that number may rise depending on the number of attending teams. Games will consist of 20 tossups and up to 20 three part 30-point, rebounding bonuses. 15 point powers and 5 point negs will be used on tossups. Math calculation tossups will not be read. This tournament will be a qualifier for NAQT's High School National Championship Tournament; the top 15% of the field will qualify.

Saturday December 13, 2014

(Postponed from November 15)

Fort Osage High School is pleased to announce the 2nd annual Three Trails Tournament to be held at Fort Osage High School on November 15, 2014. This tournament will be run in the twenty tossup/bonus format. Matches will consist of 20 tossups with 3 part rebounding bonuses worth up to thirty points. We will be using the highly regarded BELLOCO set (a link to the question information is here: http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=109&t=14763). The set is not powermarked, and we will not have “negs” either.

Thursday January 01, 2015

Regional Radio (KWIX, KRES, KIRK and KTCM) is happy to announce the inaugural KRES Scholars Cup, a ranking system that will recognize the top scholar bowl teams in our area for their performance over the course of the season. High schools in the following counties, whose scholar bowl teams are registered with MSHSAA, are eligible to pursue the Scholars Cup: Adair, Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Chariton, Clark, Cooper, Howard, Knox, Lewis, Linn, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Montgomery, Pike, Putnam, Ralls, Randolph, Saline, Schuyler, Scotland, Shelby and Sullivan.

Saturday January 17, 2015

Tuscumbia High School will hosting an academic tournament on Saturday, January 17, 2015 with both JV and middle school divisions. Tentatively, the JV division will be capped at eighteen teams, and the middle school division will be capped at twelve. All students in grades 7 and 8 are eligible to compete in the middle school division; all students in grades 9 and 10 are eligible for the JV division, regardless of previous experience. The limit on team size in both divisions is eight, although teams of six or fewer students are encouraged. Other than the field limit, there is a not a limit on the number of teams that an individual school can bring.

Oakville is using the same question set for their tournament on November 1. If you are planning on attending the Oakville tournament, you may not attend this tournament.

Saturday January 24, 2015

This tournament is usually only for freshman players, but this year we're allowing junior high teams to enter and first-year sophomore (may not have played at all during freshman year) players may fill out a freshman team that is short of four players. No team shall be a majority of sophomores.

Although the format of the game is altered, MSHSAA rules will be followed, excepting the need to have four players. A team may be comprised of fewer than four.

Friday February 06, 2015
Start: 02/06/2015 18:00

Original entry

Teams who qualify for inclusion in the inaugural KRES Scholars Cup rankings must make their intentions known no later than 6 p.m. today, February 6th 2015. E-mail Kyle Hill at kyleh@digity.me or call (660) 263-1230. Contest rules and a tournament results form can be found with the original entry, link above.

This is an honorary ranking system and will not count as one of a team's 14 events. Rules and qualifications are subject to change at the discretion of Regional Radio.

Saturday February 07, 2015

Teams placing 1st through 3rd will receive a trophy. The top ten players overall will receive a medal award. The members of every participating team shall receive a certificate of participation.

Field:

Ash Grove (1)
Buffalo (2)
Camdenton (2)
Clever (2)
College Heights (2)
Mount Vernon (1)
Reeds Spring (2)
Richland (2)
Shell Knob (2)

Wait list:

Cassville (1)

Saturday February 14, 2015

The Washington University Academic Team is excited to announce the seventeenth annual WUHSAC, to be held at Washington University in St. Louis on Saturday, February 14th, 2015. This is as in the previous two years, President's Day Weekend, which (weather permitting) is an ideal way to use the holiday by seeing our campus and the city of St. Louis!

The set is once again a mirror of Yale's BHSAT event. We are looking forward to a tournament that will (hopefully) be bigger and better than ever!

Saturday February 21, 2015

There will be a middle school division (7th/8th grade teams from MSHSAA-affiliated schools) and one for students in the sixth grade or below. Rosters shall be limited to 8 players and we request that you limit teams to six players so as to maximize playing time for all students.

We will have trophies for 1st-3rd place teams and medals for individual students who make all-tournament team honors.

Saturday March 07, 2015

The Missouri Quizbowl Alliance would like to invite all MSHSAA-registered high school Scholar Bowl teams to participate in the 2015 NAQT Missouri Qualifier, which will be held on the campus of the University of Missouri in Columbia on March 7, 2015.

Saturday March 14, 2015

Only freshman and sophomore players are eligible for this tournament.

Saturday March 21, 2015

Registration form: http://tinyurl.com/OMAR2015Registration/

This tournament will consist of a minimum of eight games for all teams in a modified NAQT/national format:

Saturday March 28, 2015

Oakville Senior High School will be hosting a mirror of GSAC, a housewritten tournament produced by Maggie Walker Governor's School (VA), on March 28, 2015.

Each round will consist of 20 tossup questions with 20 3-part bonuses should a team answer a tossup correctly. Tossups will be worth 10 points, with 5-point negs for incorrect interrupts. There will be no powers at this tournament.

Tuesday March 31, 2015

Original entry

Teams involved in the KRES Scholars Cup are reminded that today (March 31st, 2015) is the last day events may take place for inclusion in the rankings. All results must be submitted no later than April 3rd. Contest rules and a tournament results form can be found with the original entry, link above.

Rules and qualifications are subject to change at the discretion of Regional Radio.

Saturday October 10, 2015

Hallsville is pleased to announce the third annual Hallsville Fall Academic Tournament to be held October 10th, 2015. This tournament will be run in the twenty tossup/bonus format on NAQT Set IS-148. Games consist of twenty tossups worth ten points each followed by non-rebounding bonuses worth up to thirty points. Tossups will feature "powers" (additional points awarded for correct buzzes very early in the question) but no penalty for an incorrect early buzz (no negs).

Saturday November 07, 2015

This is one of the few tournaments where your team can participate in a Missouri format competition. We continue to use the Missouri format since that is what is required in District and State completion.

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