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DATE & LOCATION
Saturday, February 10, 2018
Chadwick High School
PO Box 274
7090 St. Hwy 125 S.
Chadwick, Mo 65629
The cost per team is just $60 for up to six players* and includes
- Free soda and pizza from Dominoes for lunch
- Free t-shirts for players and the coach
- Medals for top scorers
- Trophies for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place
- Four-game round robin bracket
- NAQT question set (#IS-173A)
- High-quality moderators with reading and/or quiz bowl experience
*The $60 covers one coach and up to six players. You can add extra players to your roster for $10 each. Extra sponsors, bus drivers, guests, or anyone else who would like a t-shirt and pizza can be added for $10, but we must have the headcount and money at the time of registration. (E.g., a team of six with one coach and a bus driver would be $70; a team with eight players and one coach, but no bus driver, would be $80.)
Due to some teams dropping out, we have had to change to a round robin style tournament. The good news is that all teams will now be able to play four games!
9AM Round 1: Red
Bunker vs. Spokane
Chadwick vs. Weableau A
Eminence vs. Weableau B
10:15AM Round 2: Green
Bunker vs. Eminence
Chadwick vs. Weableau B
Weableau A vs. Spokane
12:15PM Round 3: Orange
Bunker vs. Weableau B
Weableau A vs. Eminence
Chadwick vs. Spokane
1:30PM Round 4: Blue
Bunker vs. Weableau A
Emience vs. Chadwick
Spokane vs. Weableau B
9:00AM Round 1 (Red)
10:15AM Round 2 (Green)
12:15PM Round 3 (Orange)
1:30PM Round 4 (Blue)
3:00PM Presentations of Awards
Jim Fisher is a project manager at Hartman & Company.
David Hahn is a lead software developer for 40Digits.com.
Chase Hampton is the technology director and chess coach for Chadwick School.
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Strafford JV (Declined)
Tournament costs to the host school and the visiting schools were offset by our generous sponsors and boosters.
Terry Beasley, Chadwick Principal 1993-1997
Top Individual Performers
The top five overall scorers were awarded The Golden Thumb Award. They were (from left to right) Chadwick’s Evan Davis (103 points per game), Spokane’s Maison Pryer (188 ppg), Bunker’s Hunter Sutton (106 ppg), and Weableu’s Adam Carter (103 ppg) and Hollie Farmer (73 ppg).