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Post by Church51907 » Thu Jan 03, 2008 6:21 pm

Anyone know where I can find the result of the Central Hardin tournament from this October or at least the top four finisher?

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Post by akinney » Sat Jan 05, 2008 8:51 pm

Did they even hold it this (academic) year?
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Post by Church51907 » Sat Jan 05, 2008 11:51 pm

I don't know. I saw on the KAAC that it was slated for 10/6/07 and was curious about the results

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Post by jwoolley » Sun Jan 06, 2008 11:50 am

It was moved to Saturday, January 19, 2008.

Let's try this again! After canceling our tournament in October, we are looking forward to our new date on January 19. This decision was difficult since the Dorman Tournament is on the same day and I realize many of you have already planned to go to Dorman, but this is about the last day we could make it in order to prepare for District Governor's Cup. I am already receiving contact of schools that can attend, so we are ready to go ahead with this date.

Previously I sent out registration materials, tournament rules, and a schedule of events. Those are included again with this email with updates. We are making plans to host up to 24 teams. The tournament cost will be $60 per team, a $5.00 discount will be given for a working buzzer system.

I would like to give you as much information as I know at this time to better prepare you for your visit. This tournament will be a NAQT qualifying tournament using Invitational Series # 68 set of questions. The top 15% of the Varsity (Division) teams will qualify for the nationals. We will be using a modified version of the NAQT rules. We will allow reboundable bonuses and there will be a lightning round in the morning sessions. The NAQT rules may be found at http://www.naqt.com . We will also have a separate JV and Varsity Division if there is sufficient interest (reasonable number of teams). There will be 5 rounds in the morning. A playoff round will be held after lunch. I would like to invite all of you to mark your calendar for this special event. Awards will given to top 4 teams in the Varsity Division as well as the top 2 teams in the JV Division.

The CHHS Academic Booster Club will serve pizza and drinks the same as last year. A hospitality room will be provided for the coaches, moderators and volunteers. Tickets will be sold at registration for the meal.

Where is Central Hardin? We are 40 miles south of Louisville, 3 miles off of I-65 at exit 94. Please let me know if you are interested in attending. Last year we had a very competitive field to include the top teams throughout Kentucky, Detroit Catholic Central, Walton, Georgia, Tipp City, etc. There is quite a bit of support in the community for this event as we attempt to make it special for these most deserving competitors.

I would like to be able to close out the registration on this tournament by the end of the month. For the schools that “are intending to comeâ€

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Post by akinney » Sun Jan 06, 2008 11:51 am

Oh, well in that case. I just didn't hear much about it.
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Post by akinney » Sat Jan 19, 2008 7:51 pm

Great tournament. Anyone know where I can find results or the like?
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Post by Brian_ECHS » Sat Jan 19, 2008 10:41 pm

Junior Varsity
1.Apollo A
2.Apollo B

Varsity
1.Adair County
2.Edmonson County

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Post by akinney » Sat Jan 19, 2008 11:19 pm

As in win-loss records, lol. I'm a stats freak.
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Post by Brian_ECHS » Sun Jan 20, 2008 12:07 pm

Does anybody know who got 3rd and 4th?

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Post by akinney » Sun Jan 20, 2008 12:54 pm

I think Madisonville got third and perhaps Owensboro Catholic fourth.
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Post by scquizbowl » Sun Jan 20, 2008 4:43 pm

Good showing by Madisonville North Hopkins, as they have competed in several different tournaments this season, including Ezell-Harding and Vanderbilt, and against some teams, they play much better compared to their competition from Kentucky.

I have never heard about Adair County, as they have never traveled anywhere outside Kentucky.

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Post by akinney » Sun Jan 20, 2008 7:44 pm

scquizbowl wrote:Good showing by Madisonville North Hopkins, as they have competed in several different tournaments this season, including Ezell-Harding and Vanderbilt, and against some teams, they play much better compared to their competition from Kentucky.

I have never heard about Adair County, as they have never traveled anywhere outside Kentucky.
Thanks. Granted, Madisonville is weak this year. The games Madisonville lost were by very little, and one against Adair was on an (unfair) inquiry.

Have you seen Madisonville this year? I'm just curious, as you seem as if you have.
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Post by scquizbowl » Sun Jan 20, 2008 10:16 pm

Yes, earlier in the year for James Island, we played you guys at the Ezell-Harding tournament, and last year, we played Madisonville-North Hopkins in the playoffs at Ezell-Harding, and they are a good team, young, just like Johnson Central.

We have also played Campbell County, Dunbar at nationals last year, and several other Kentucky teams. We also beat North Kansas City in preliminaries at Vandy, but we lost to them in the playoffs.

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Post by akinney » Sun Jan 20, 2008 10:22 pm

scquizbowl wrote:Yes, earlier in the year for James Island, we played you guys at the Ezell-Harding tournament, and last year, we played Madisonville-North Hopkins in the playoffs at Ezell-Harding, and they are a good team, young, just like Johnson Central.

We have also played Campbell County, Dunbar at nationals last year, and several other Kentucky teams. We also beat North Kansas City in preliminaries at Vandy, but we lost to them in the playoffs.
You played us at THIS year's Ezell-Harding? I wouldn't remember, as I think that's the first tourney we went to. We're considerably worse than we were last year. 2 of our starters our seniors, one junior, and I'm a sophomore.
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Post by Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-TN) » Mon Jan 21, 2008 11:52 am

It wasn't actually the prelims, it was the 4 semi-scrimmages on Friday night where you beat us.
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Post by akinney » Mon Jan 21, 2008 3:17 pm

Deesy Does It wrote:It wasn't actually the prelims, it was the 4 semi-scrimmages on Friday night where you beat us.
I think that's pretty much the same thing. It determined seeding. Is that not right?
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