Prelim announcement: Ok State's L. L. Lewis Cup (9/15/07)

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Prelim announcement: Ok State's L. L. Lewis Cup (9/15/07)

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The Oklahoma State University Quiz Bowl Team will host its annual fall tournament, the L. L. Lewis Cup, on Sept. 15, 2007, at OSU-Stillwater. We're planning on using an NAQT set (probably A-level), with untimed matches.

Once the packet assignments are out over the summer, there will be a formal announcement, but we'll be using the same fee structure as in the past ($60/first team, $50/each additional with discounts for early registration and bringing buzzers).

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And now for the formal announcement...

Dear coaches,

The Oklahoma State University College Bowl team is pleased to announce our upcoming NAQT tournament, the L.L. Lewis Cup, scheduled for Sept. 15, 2007 on the OSU-Stillwater campus.

The entry fee is $60 for the first team from each school and $50 for each additional team. Teams will be assessed a $15 discount for bringing a working buzzer system. In addition, a $10 discount per school will be assessed if registration is received by Aug. 20. When registering, please indicate the number of teams you will be bringing, approximate school size (OSSAA classification will work for Oklahoma schools) and whether you will be bringing a buzzer system. Registration information will be accepted until midnight on Sept. 10. Sending the information via e-mail will suffice, but formal entry forms are available upon request if required by school district policy.

Round-robin preliminary matches will begin Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. Teams are guaranteed at least seven matches, depending on the field size. Single elimination rounds will be played at the end of the day. All matches will be untimed and will use the NAQT tossup-bonus format. If enough teams enter, large and small school divisions will be formed.
Copies of the question set, IS-69A, are available for purchase as well. Please let us know in advance if you wish to do so, so that we can make enough copies available.

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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Lenzy Krehbiel-Burton
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Field update with about a month to go:

Confirmed:
Blackwell
Drummond x2
Edmond Home School Co-op
Elmore City-Pernell
Guthrie x3
Hilldale
Mustang x3
Newkirk
Oklahoma Christian
Ponca City
Roland

Pending: Cistercian (TX), Edmond Memorial, Edmond Santa Fe
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Field update with five days left in the registration period:

Small school
Blackwell
Checotah
Drummond x2
Elmore City-Pernell
Hilldale
Newkirk
Roland

Large school
Cistercian Prep (TX) x2
Edmond Home School Co-op
Edmond Santa Fe x2
Guthrie x3
Mustang x3
Oklahoma Christian
Ponca City

Pending: Edmond Memorial
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Registration is now closed. The field is:

Small school
Blackwell
Chandler
Checotah
Davenport x2
Drummond x2
Hilldale
Roland

Large school
Edmond Home School Co-op
Edmond Memorial
Edmond Santa Fe x2
Guthrie x3
Mustang x3
Oklahoma Christian
Ponca City
Stillwater
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Results

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Despite four teams not showing up, we had 22 squads compete Saturday morning at OSU-Stillwater.

After six rounds, the field was split by size and teams were seeded in one of two single-elimination brackets.

Large school playoff results
First round games
(6) Mustang C d. (11) Stillwater B, 230-50
(7) Edmond Santa Fe B d. (10) Ponca City B, 215-100
(8) Mustang B d. (9) Stillwater A, 110-60
Quarterfinals
(1) Edmond Santa Fe A d. (8) Mustang B, 480-5
(2) Edmond Home School Co-op d. (7) Edmond Santa Fe B, 250-115
(3) Mustang A d. (6) Mustang C, 130-80
(5) Ponca City A upset (4) Edmond Memorial, 275-75
Semifinals
(1) Edmond Santa Fe A d. (5) Ponca City A, 275-105
(2) Edmond Home School d. (3) Mustang A, 195-150
Third place game
(5) Ponca City A upset (3) Mustang A, 225-130
Finals
(1) Edmond Santa Fe A d. (2) Edmond Home School Co-op, 270-135

Small school playoff results
First round
(7) Blackwell d. (10) Davenport B, 185-10
(9) Davenport C upset (8) Roland, 65-40
Quarterfinals
(1) Drummond A d. (9) Davenport C, 365-0
(2) Hilldale d. (7) Blackwell, 200-65
(3) Drummond B d. (6) Checotah, 190-20
(4) Davenport A d. (5) Chandler, 105-55
Semifinals
(1) Drummond A d. (4) Davenport A, 300-20
(3) Drummond B upset (2) Hilldale, 140-20
Finals
(1) Drummond A d. (3) Drummond B, 200-120

Special thank yous to...
— the coaches at Davenport, Ponca City and Stillwater high schools for agreeing to split their squads to help cover the no-show teams and keep us from having to re-do the schedule.
— the three brave students who played on the house team Saturday morning.
— Eric Bell, Bob Brown, Dave Murphy and members of the TU and Langston academic teams for helping staff the tournament.
— Jan Krehbiel of Panalpina Tulsa for helping copy questions.

Congratulations again to Edmond Santa Fe and Drummond high schools. Hopefully we will see everyone back in Stillwater next semester for NAQT state!

Lenzy Krehbiel-Burton
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Will there ultimately be full stats from this? Mostly I'm wondering because of the Bykowski quizbowl monster.
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I'm planning e-mailing Byko the full stats later today.
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