RESULTS: OK NAQT State Tourney (02/24/07) @ OSU-Stillwater

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RESULTS: OK NAQT State Tourney (02/24/07) @ OSU-Stillwater

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The Oklahoma State University College Bowl team is pleased to announce that it will host the 2007 Oklahoma NAQT State championship on Feb. 24 at the Stillwater campus.

This tournament is not affiliated with OSSAA, does not have a qualifying tournament (i.e. sectionals, regionals, area) and is open to all Oklahoma high school teams. The top large and small school teams will receive an automatic bid to the 2007 NAQT High School National Championships in Chicago.

Round-robin preliminary matches will begin Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. with check-in beginning at 9. Elimination rounds will be played at the end of the day. Matches will not be timed and will use the tossup-bonus format with two 10-question halves per game.

The entry fee is $60 for the first team from each school and $50 for each additional team. Teams will receive a $15 discount for each working buzzer system brought. In addition, a $10 discount per school will be assessed if registration is received by Jan. 8, 2007. When registering, please indicate the number of teams you will be bringing, approximate school size (OSSAA classification is sufficient), and whether you will be bringing a buzzer system. Registration information will be accepted via e-mail or telephone until midnight on Feb. 17, 2007. The registration fee includes a copy of question set IS-66 for each school.

Checks may be made payable to OSU College Bowl. Driving directions will be sent at the end of the registration period, along with hotel listings if needed.

Hope to see you in Stillwater!

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field update

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Altus
*Bethel
Broken Arrow
Edmond Memorial x2/3
Edmond Santa Fe x2
*Hilldale
*Muldrow
*Wagoner

Pending: *Drummond, Edmond Home School Co-op, Oklahoma Christian, *Porter, *Warner
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Field update

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The field as of Jan. 30:

Altus
*Bethel
*Blackwell
Broken Arrow
Edmond Home School Co-op
Edmond Memorial x2/3
Edmond Santa Fe x2
*Hilldale
*Muldrow
*Oktaha
Ponca City
*Wagoner

Unconfirmed: *Drummond, Oklahoma Christian, *Porter
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Field update

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As of Feb. 5:

Altus
*Bethel
*Blackwell
Broken Arrow
Edmond Home School Co-op
Edmond Memorial x2/3
Edmond Santa Fe x2
*Haileyville
*Hilldale
*Muldrow
*Oktaha
Ponca City
*Wagoner

Unconfirmed: *Drummond, Lakewood Christian, Oklahoma Christian, *Porter
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The field as of Feb. 12...registration closes this weekend:

Altus
*Bethel
*Blackwell
Broken Arrow
*Drummond
Edmond Home School Co-op
Edmond Memorial x2/3
Edmond Santa Fe
Enid x2
*Haileyville
*Hilldale
*Muldrow
Mustang
Oklahoma Christian (x2?)
*Oktaha
*Porter
Ponca City
Stillwater
*Wagoner

Unconfirmed: Lakewood Christian
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With less than 48 hours to go before the tournament, here's the final field:

Altus
*Bethel
*Blackwell
Broken Arrow
*Drummond
Edmond Home School Co-op
Edmond Memorial x2
Edmond Santa Fe
Enid x2
*Haileyville
*Hilldale
*Muldrow
Mustang
*Oktaha
*Porter
Ponca City
Stillwater
Wagoner
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Results

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Due to car trouble and illness, three teams pulled out the week of the tournament (including the morning of). A fourth team failed to show or give notice, bumping the field from 21 to 17.

After seven prelim games, the field was bracketed by size. Playoff results are listed below with seeds in parenthesis.

Large school
Play-in game: (8) Enid A d. (9) Enid B, 205-50
Quarterfinals:
(1) Edmond Memorial A d. (8) Enid A, 300-80
(2) Broken Arrow d. (7) Edmond Memorial B, 170-140
(3) Mustang d. (6) Ponca City, 230-100
(5) Edmond Santa Fe d. (4) Edmond Home School Co-op, 310-125

Semi-finals:
(5) Edmond Santa Fe d. (1) Edmond Memorial A, 360-65
(2) Broken Arrow d. (3) Mustang, 310-205

Finals:
(5) Edmond Santa Fe d. (2) Broken Arrow, 270-210

Small school
Quarterfinals:
(1) Hilldale d. (8) Blackwell, 160-40
(2) Drummond d. (7) Wagoner, 205-130
(3) Haileyville d. (6) Bethel, 195-40
(4) Oktaha d. (5) Porter, 145-95

Semi-finals:
(1) Hilldale d. (4) Oktaha, 140-130
(2) Drummond d. (3) Haileyville, 215-190

Finals:
(1) Hilldale d. (2) Drummond, 155-95

Brandon Ranallo of Haileyville was the top overall individual scorer, averaging 69.17 ppg. (I'd post the rest of the top individual scorers, but our stat guy hasn't e-mailed me the list and I just remembered the name and number from yesterday for some reason.)

Big thank yous to...
-- Jan Krehbiel of Panalpina Tulsa for printing our questions for free again.
-- The academic teams from the University of Tulsa and the University of Oklahoma for sending staffers. (Thanks also to Langston for offering, even though we had to turn them away.)
-- The friends and family who graciously offered up their Saturday to help out.

Lenzy Krehbiel-Burton
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For folks keeping score at home, the top 10 individual scorers through seven rounds are...
1. Brandon Ranallo, Haileyville, 69.17 ppg
2. Tim Whiteside, Hilldale, 51.67 ppg
3. Zach Peters, Oktaha, 48.57 ppg
4. Vivian Ting, Broken Arrow, 40.83 ppg
5. Andrew Crews, Broken Arrow, 37.5 ppg
T6. Alison Brown, Edmond Memorial A, John Crews, Edmond Memorial A and Bob Cail, Edmond Santa Fe 36.43 ppg
9. Matthew Day, Mustang, 35.71 ppg
10. Eaphy Mao, Ponca City, 35 ppg

Matthew Day and Matt Rainwater, both of Mustang, tied with the most powers with five each.

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Thanks for the information. Are the preliminary round results available online, or is it possible I could get a copy of them by e-mail?
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They're not available online, since our Webmaster's been sucked in by engineering design classes. I'd be happy to e-mail you the stats, though.
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