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FCAT 2017 (Flemingsburg, KY) 1-7-2017
Posted: Thu Apr 28, 2016 8:47 am
The 2017 iteration of the Fleming County Academic Tournament is approved for January 7, 2017 at Fleming County High School in Kentucky. Most details will remain about the same as the last few years. Pool play will lead to seeded pools to rank the field. We will have varsity and "B" divisions, and plan to use HSAPQ questions modified to a hybrid Governor's Cup format. Every team will get a minimum of 6 games and we do request schools bring a working buzzer and a reader or scorer. More details to follow in the fall, but the hope is that we can build on the 30 teams (10 nationally ranked) that we had this past year.
Re: FCAT 2017 (Flemingsburg, KY) 1-7-2017
Posted: Thu Dec 01, 2016 1:44 pm
Field update for the 19th Annual FCAT
Fleming Co. x2
Johnson Central x2
Daviess Co. x1
Ft. Thomas Highlands x1
Simon Kenton x2
Campbell Co. x2
Bishop Brossart x1
Woodford Co. x3
Rowan Co. x1
As usual we will be using HSAPQ questions in a modified Governor's Cup format. (40 toss ups with single part bonuses, bounce back will be in effect. No powers or negs)
Entry fee is $70 for the first team and $35 for additional teams. We require teams to bring a reader or scorer and a working buzzer system.
Everyone gets a minimum of 6 matches. Morning prelims will be used to seed afternoon pools.
We are capped at 32 teams, and quickly approaching our limit. Interested parties should contact me at [email protected]
Re: FCAT 2017 (Flemingsburg, KY) 1-7-2017--RESULTS
Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2017 3:02 pm
Congratulations to Dunbar High School on their 2017 Fleming County Academic Tournament championship.
Dunbar won a half match play in to earn the final spot (over Campbell Co.) in the championship pools. From there they managed victories over: Daviess Co., Henderson Co. (A), and Ashland (A) on their way to a championship showdown with Glasgow.
Final standings for the varsity division:
1. Dunbar (6-1)
2. Glasgow (6-1)
3. Henderson Co. A (6-1)
4. Danville (5-2)
5/6. Daviess Co./Russell (A)
7/8. Simon Kenton/Ashland (A)
9. Campbell Co. (A)
10. Henderson Co. (B)
14. Rowan Co.
Also: congratulations to Dunbar's B and C teams for their championship and runner up finishes in the "B" division of the FCAT.
Despite the weather we had a total of 22 teams that braved the frozen tundra of Fleming County for the 19th annual FCAT.
Thanks to all participants and especially to our volunteer workforce.