Middle School (MSHSAA)

7th-8th grade tournaments open to MSHSAA schools.

Camdenton Laker Bowl

02/21/2015
Tournament Details
Host: 
Camdenton Middle School
Field cap: 
12 (middle school division); 12 (elementary school division)
Fees and discounts: 

Base fee (first team from each school): $60
All subsequent teams: $50
Travel discount (100 miles or more one way): -$5 per team
Buzzer discount (lockout system, must work for eight players): -$5
Experienced moderator* discount: -$10, lunch for moderator

*As a 2nd year school to quiz bowl, we have a relative shortage of experienced moderators. Please let me know if you have experienced moderators; we would love to have them!

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
NAQT Middle School Series #12
Question Format: 
20 tossups with 3 part rebounding bonuses (middle school); 16 tossups with 3 part rebounding bonuses (elementary)

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.

Contact
C.J. Luetkemeyer

Tuscumbia Winter Tournament

01/17/2015
Tournament Details
Host: 
Tuscumbia High School
Field cap: 
12 teams (JV division); 18 teams (middle school division)
Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
SCOP Novice 5
Question Format: 
20 tossups with 3-part bonuses

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.

Contact
Jason Loy

Tuscumbia Fall Tournament (Middle School & Elementary)

11/08/2014
Tournament Details
Host: 
Tuscumbia High School
Field cap: 
18 (7th & 8th grade division); 12 (6th grade and under division)
Fees and discounts: 

base fee (first team from each school): $55
second or subsequent teams: $50
travel discount (100 miles or more one way): -$5 per team
buzzer discount (must work for eight players; limit three discounts per school): -$5

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
NAQT Middle School Series #11
Question Format: 
20 tossups with 3-part rebounding bonuses (7th/8th grade); 16 tossups with 3-part rebounding bonuses (6th grade & under)

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.

Contact
Jason Loy
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