Governor's School Academic Competition (GSAC) XV: December 8

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Governor's School Academic Competition (GSAC) XV: December 8

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I am proud to announce that the Governor’s School Academic Competition XV (GSAC XV), held at Maggie Walker Governor's School in Richmond, VA, is scheduled for Saturday, December 8, 2007. We usually draw a competitive field from the VA/MD/DC/NC area and beyond.

Game format: Each game will consist of 20 pyramidal tossups with unrelated 30-point bonuses in an un-timed format. Teams get 10 points for answering tossups correctly and lose 5 points for answering incorrectly before the question is completed (no powers). There are bouncebacks on tossups but not on bonuses.

Tournament format: Teams will be divided into brackets (size depending on the total number of teams), and each team will play at least 6 preliminary rounds. The top 16 teams, ranked by wins and points, will advance to a single-elimination playoff. After the first playoff round, the final 8 will continue playing until the top 8 seeds are determined. Also, if enough teams beyond the top 16 remain, there will be single-elimination consolation playoffs with teams ranked by wins and points. Depending on staff availability, scrimmage matches for interested teams may be available throughout playoffs.

Questions: All questions are written by members of the Maggie Walker Academic Team. We recognize that our questions have been difficult in the past and have tried to make each preliminary round tossup gettable by at least one average player on either team by the end of the question. Playoff questions will be a bit harder, though the majority will still be gettable by average level players. All questions will be available for sale to both participating and non-participating teams.

Schedule: Registration will take place between 8:00am and 8:45am. After an overall team meeting, rounds will begin by 9:15am, and playoffs should be completed by 6:00pm with a lunch break in the middle of the day. There are many lunch options available in the Richmond city area, though you will be able to order pizza through us as well.

Deadlines: The early registration deadline is November 5, 2007 (for a discount). We will continue to accept registrations until December 3, 2007.

Costs:
$50 for the first team from each school
$40 for subsequent teams (no limit on number of teams from same school)
$20 for a copy of the questions for participating teams, $25 for non-participating teams
-$10 per working buzzer system
-$5 for registering prior to November 5, 2007
-$5 off of question fees for purchasing an electronic copy of questions

Awards: Trophies or plaques will be awarded to the top two teams and the consolation winner. Prizes will also be awarded to the highest individual scorers in preliminary rounds and to the player(s) with the most negs in preliminary rounds.

National tournament qualification: Pending affiliation, the top 4 teams will receive bids to the 11th Annual National Scholastics Championship (NSC), hosted by the Partnership for Academic Competition Excellence (PACE).

I will be sending out invitations and registration forms, via e-mail, to all coaches on my mailing list. If you don’t believe you are on this list and would like to be added, send me an e-mail at gsacdirector-at-gmail-dot-com. The invitation and registration form are also posted on our website at http://www.geocities.com/mlwgsbob. If you have any questions or comments, post them in this thread or send me an e-mail. [email protected]

Thanks so much!

--Anant Shukla, Tournament Director
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Will a trophy be given for the first team who can understand the pairing and room listing matrix? :grin:

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Oh you're HILARIOUS. a hoot.
Edit: It was much nicer when teams didn't drop out 12 hours before. Anyway, I didn't think it was THAT confusing and only a couple of teams couldn't find their way... :lol:

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what about NAQT?

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wowitsquinthaha wrote:what about NAQT?
I don't know; what about them?
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wowitsquinthaha wrote:what about NAQT?
What?

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Re: Governor's School Academic Competition (GSAC) XV: Decemb

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gsacdirector wrote:National tournament qualification: Pending affiliation, the top 4 teams will receive bids to the 11th Annual National Scholastics Championship (NSC), hosted by the Partnership for Academic Competition Excellence (PACE).
wowitsquinthaha wrote:what about NAQT?
I suspect wowitsquinthaha is wondering if there will be qualification for the HSNCT from this tournament.

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How is that even possible without, you know, NAQT questions? Or maybe he was referring to NAQT HSNCT's pairing and room listing matrix??? lol quint...
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Lapego1 wrote:only a couple of teams couldn't find their way...
Mine.

We did figure it out, and it was a snap after that. The tournament's worth the trouble.

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Hello Everyone!

The Early Registration Deadline has now passed.

Thank you to those that have already signed up. A field update will be posted shortly.

All other teams, it is not too late to sign up. December 3rd is the regular deadline.

We hope to see you all!

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The following teams registered before the early deadline and will be attending GSAC XV. Don't wait until the last minute to register and add your name to the list below. Contact information provided in an earlier post.

Charlottesville (2 Teams)
Clover Hill
Dorman
Gonzaga
Hanover
Meadowbrook (2 Teams)
New Kent (3 Teams)
Robinson (1st is confirmed, 2nd is pending)
St. Christopher's (2 Teams)
Trinity Episcopal (2 Teams)

If you have any questions, drop me an email

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New field update!

Charlottesville (2 Teams)
Clover Hill
Dorman
Gonzaga
Hanover
Meadowbrook (2 Teams)
New Kent (3 Teams)
Ocean Lakes (2 Teams)
Robinson (1st is confirmed, 2nd is pending)
St. Catherine's
St. Christopher's (2 Teams)
State College (2 Teams)
Thomas Jefferson (4 Teams)
Trinity Episcopal (2 Teams)

Please Register Soon. The closing deadline is fast approaching.

As always, send me an email with any questions!

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We wish we could come back. We had a lot of fun last year. The tournament was well-run and had very good questions.

Unfortunately, we had to move our own tournament at Chattahoochee to this same weekend, December 8th. Good luck this year! Maybe we can make it back up next time.

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Over the Weekend Signups

New field update!

Charlottesville (2 Teams)
Clover Hill
Dorman (2 Teams)
Freeman
GDS (2 Teams)
Gonzaga
Hanover
Meadowbrook (2 Teams)
New Kent (3 Teams)
Ocean Lakes (2 Teams)
Raleigh Charter (3 Teams)
Robinson (1st is confirmed, 2nd is pending)
St. Anne's Belfield (2 Teams)
St. Catherine's
St. Christopher's (2 Teams)
State College (2 Teams)
Thomas Jefferson (4 Teams)
Trinity Episcopal (2 Teams)

Unofficial Registrations:
Henrico

Thanks Guys!

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I'll see if there is interest and check with my coach. I can probably let you know by tomorrow afternoon.
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A Friendly Reminder! The closing registration deadline is in about a week. If you are still interested in attending, please email me before December 3rd. After that date, registrations will not be accepted. We have quite a strong field and there is still room for a few more teams. Thanks and I look forwards to seeing all of you that have already committed to attending!

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Field As of Wednesday, November 28
We are planning on capping at 48 Teams, so if you are still interested, there a only a few spots left. 44 Teams have registered, so that leaves only a handful of spots. If you want to come, email me ASAP.

Charlottesville (2 Teams)
Clover Hill
Collegiate
Cosby
Dorman (2 Teams)
Freeman
GDS (2 Teams)
Godwin (2 Teams)
Gonzaga
Hanover
Henrico
Meadowbrook (2 Teams)
New Horizons Governors School
New Kent (3 Teams)
Ocean Lakes (2 Teams)
Princess Anne (2 Teams)
Raleigh Charter (4 Teams)
Robinson (1st is confirmed, 2nd is pending)
St. Anne's Belfield (2 Teams)
St. Catherine's (2 teams)
St. Christopher's (2 Teams)
State College (2 Teams)
Thomas Jefferson (4 Teams)
Trinity Episcopal (2 Teams)

Need Registration forms: Please send them to confirm your attendance and the costs to attend
Robinson
St. Anne's Belfield
TJ

Email [email protected], or check the website for info.

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We have the best neg prize ever, for those of you who are in to music :cool:

But you will have to go to see what it is muahahaha
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Sorry I'm already awarding that neg prize, please find another one.
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There is space for one more team. If you are still considering, you may not be guaranteed a spot. Any team that is already registered and wanting to bring another team will also need to talk to me.

Charlottesville (2 Teams)
Clover Hill
Collegiate
Cosby
Dorman (2 Teams)
Freeman
GDS (2 Teams)
Godwin (2 Teams)
Gonzaga
Hanover
Henrico
JR Tucker
Meadowbrook (2 Teams)
New Horizons Governors School
New Kent (3 Teams)
Ocean Lakes (2 Teams)
Princess Anne (2 Teams)
Raleigh Charter (4 Teams)
Robinson (2 Teams)
St. Anne's Belfield (2 Teams)
St. Catherine's (2 teams)
St. Christopher's (2 Teams)
State College (2 Teams)
Thomas Jefferson (5 Teams)
Trinity Episcopal (2 Teams)

Need Registration forms: Please send them to confirm your attendance and the costs to attend
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THE FIELD IS NOW FULL. We have exceded the cap and will now only accept teams on the waiting list. Sorry to other teams out there.

Charlottesville (2 Teams)
Clover Hill
Collegiate
Cosby
Dorman (2 Teams)
Freeman
GDS (2 Teams)
Godwin (2 Teams)
Gonzaga
Hanover
Henrico
James Munroe
JR Tucker
Meadowbrook (2 Teams)
New Horizons Governors School
New Kent (3 Teams)
Ocean Lakes (2 Teams)
Princess Anne (2 Teams)
Raleigh Charter (4 Teams)
Richard Montgomery (2 Teams)
Robinson (2 Teams)
St. Anne's Belfield (2 Teams)
St. Catherine's (2 teams)
St. Christopher's (2 Teams)
State College (2 Teams)
Thomas Jefferson (5 Teams)
Trinity Episcopal (2 Teams)

Need Registration forms: Please send them to confirm your attendance and the costs to attend
St. Anne's Belfield
Richard Montgomery

Looking forward to a great tournament!

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THE FIELD IS NOW FULL. We have exceded the cap and will now only accept teams on the waiting list. Sorry to other teams out there.

Charlottesville (2 Teams)
Clover Hill
Collegiate
Cosby
Dorman (2 Teams)
Freeman
GDS (2 Teams)
Godwin (2 Teams)
Gonzaga
Hanover
Henrico
James Munroe
JR Tucker
Meadowbrook (2 Teams)
New Horizons Governors School
New Kent (3 Teams)
Ocean Lakes (2 Teams)
Princess Anne (2 Teams)
Raleigh Charter (4 Teams)
Richard Montgomery (2 Teams)
Robinson (2 Teams)
St. Anne's Belfield (2 Teams)
St. Catherine's (2 teams)
St. Christopher's (2 Teams)
State College (2 Teams)
Thomas Jefferson (5 Teams)
Trinity Episcopal (2 Teams)

Need Registration forms: Please send them to confirm your attendance and the costs to attend
St. Anne's Belfield
Richard Montgomery

Looking forward to a great tournament!

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DumbJaques wrote:Sorry I'm already awarding that neg prize, please find another one.
Hmm I'm wondering what ever it could be :razz:

By the way if someone actually found a copy of Zip Zap Rap and awarded that as a neg prize, my life would be complete.

Edit: Double post by Anant FTW!
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Anant isn't on AIM so I figure I'll post here:

There is a relatively high chance TJ might not send any teams due to a lack of sponsors (kids need to write essays to go to college !!)

If we do manage to find one, which is looking unlikely at the moment, we would only be able to field three teams. Also, our A team would be missing Phil, Keshav, and Naren. Just for uh, bracketing purposes.


Sorry about this, but I guess when a team is mostly seniors things like this should have been expected. :oops:

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Diet Chuck wrote:Anant isn't on AIM so I figure I'll post here:

There is a relatively high chance TJ might not send any teams due to a lack of sponsors (kids need to write essays to go to college !!)

If we do manage to find one, which is looking unlikely at the moment, we would only be able to field three teams. Also, our A team would be missing Phil, Keshav, and Naren. Just for uh, bracketing purposes.


Sorry about this, but I guess when a team is mostly seniors things like this should have been expected. :oops:
Edit: mumbo-jumbo about sponsors and Dr. Chuck that is no longer relevant.
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Diet Chuck wrote: There is a relatively high chance TJ might not send any teams due to a lack of sponsors (kids need to write essays to go to college !!)

If we do manage to find one, which is looking unlikely at the moment, we would only be able to field three teams. Also, our A team would be missing Phil, Keshav, and Naren. Just for uh, bracketing purposes.


Sorry about this, but I guess when a team is mostly seniors things like this should have been expected. :oops:
Wow. Your team really is discombobulated this year. :sad:

Why do people keep using procrastination of item A as an excuse for not doing item B? Or when it comes to college essays, is it that everyone has a severe case of writer's block? Many of our question writers also had this disease.

Anyway, thanks for the heads up. Please let us know what you are doing as soon as possible, as the bracketing and scheduling is already hard enough. Also keep us informed on how many buzzers you would bring as we are dangerously short.

Actually 3 teams would be perfect (for now) as it would give us 48, a nice number.

Idea for college essay: Talk about how your team is without a sponsor and how someone had to step up, silbermanian style, to lead your team out of chaos. Perhaps you could make literary references to Lord of the Flies or pop culture references to Kid Nation.

Seriously, though, I do hope your team gets its act together soon. You have an excellent chance to win it all this year.

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As long as I don't have to drive the bus.

I am sure there are some odd forms that have to be signed about me being official chaperone. Otherwise, I'm certainly getting to know a few teachers at TJ... but I still am not sure they trust me yet. :cool:
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We have in fact resolved our sponsor issue and will be bringing three teams, although our A team will be down its three best players.


EDIT: we will probably also bring one buzzer system.

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Diet Chuck wrote:We have in fact resolved our sponsor issue and will be bringing three teams, although our A team will be down its three best players.


EDIT: we will probably also bring one buzzer system.
So it's probably really more like TJ B, C, and D rather than A, B, and C in attendance? I'll be sure to note that.
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Prelim Results

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Here's a prelim update as we are now finishing up the quarterfinals.
Main playoff seeds in order:
Dorman A
State College A
Dorman B
Gonzaga
Richard Montgomery A
Charlottesville A
Thomas Jefferson Sci Tech A (B-ish)
Raleigh Charter A
Georgetown Day A
Robinson A
St Christopher's A
Collegiate
State College B
James Munroe
Raleigh Charter B
Georgetown Day B
Consolation Playoffs to follow
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Consolation Playoffs

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The Consolation Playoff seeds:
Freeman
Henrico
Ocean Lakes A
Godwin A
TJ B
Trinity A
Richard Montgomery B
Princess Anne A
New Horizons Gov
Clover Hill
Godwin B
Raleigh Charter C
Cosby
STAB A
Tucker
Charlottesville B

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Yeah, Dorman beat TJ A in the finals.
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And Dorman B defeated Gonzaga for 3rd place 230-220
And Ocean Lakes won the consolation bracket over Freeman 150-85
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I split off discussion to ... Tournament Discussion. Saving the rest of this post for stats.
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Sorry for the stats delay. This was my fault for not getting the stats on my flash drive the night of the tournament. We have most of them up on this page now.

Particularly, I don't yet have the information about 5th through 8th place. Anant probably has this though.

EDIT: As you probably already know, Geocities sucks. So if you get a data transfer exceeded page, try the next hour.
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Okay, I finally have the playoff results (Except for for the final game score, which I will post as soon as I find out what it is. Dorman do you have that?)
Edit: For convenience I will put the link to preliminary stats here.
Edit: Princess Anne score added.
Edit: Final game score added Dorman 355, TJ A 110.

Final Standings
1. Dorman A
2. Thomas Jefferson H.S. Sci. Tech.
3. Dorman B
4. Gonzaga
5. State College A
6. Richard Montgomery A
7. St. Christopher's A
8. Raleigh Charter A


Main Playoffs:

Round 7: (Only one "upset" - 11 seed def. 6 seed.)
(Losing teams eliminated in round 7; Top 8 teams play for final position.)

1. Dorman A 435
16. Georgetown Day B 35

8. Raleigh Charter A 335
9. Georgetown Day A 140

5. Richard Montgomery A 335
12. Collegiate 205

4. Gonzaga 405
13. State College B 95

3. Dorman B 420
14. James Monroe 80

11. St. Christopher's 230
6. Charlottesville A 165

7. Thomas Jefferson HS Sci. Tech. A 375
10. Robinson A 195

2. State College A 470
15. Raleigh Charter B 80

Round 8 (quarterfinals)

1. Dorman A 315
8. Raleigh Charter A 170

4. Gonzaga 285
5. Richard Montgomery A 250

3. Dorman B 310
11. St. Christopher's A 95

7. TJ A 315
2. State College A 275


Round 9. (semifinals)

1. Dorman A 450
4. Gonzaga 160

7. TJ A 360
3. Dorman B 205


Round 10
1. Dorman 355
7. TJ A 110



Consolation games in main bracket:

Round 9

5. Richard Montgomery A 240
8. Raleigh Charter A 210

2. State College A 490
11. St. Christopher's A 15


Round 10 (Really close games here.)

5. Richard Montgomery A 220 (6th place finish)
2. State College A 230 (5th place finish)

3. Dorman B 230 (3rd place finish
4. Gonzaga 220 (4th place finish)

11. St. Christopher's 205 (7th place finish)
8. Raleigh Charter A 200 (8th place finish)



Consolation Bracket Results
Teams seeded 17 through 32 after prelims.
(Losing teams eliminated)

Round 7

1. Freeman 290
2.Charlottesville B 25

8. Princess Anne A 130
9. New Horizons Governor's School 100

5. TJ B 185
12.Raleigh Charter C 30

13. Cosby 135
4. Godwin A 0

3. Ocean Lakes A 220
14. STAB A 160

6. Trinity A 195
11. Godwin B 15

7. Richard Montgomery B 140
10 Clover Hill 105

2. Henrico 220
15. J.R. Tucker 40

Round 8

Freeman 185
Princess Anne A 140

TJ B 200
Cosby 105

Ocean Lakes A 160
Trinity A 105

Richard Montgomery B 195
Henrico 170


Round 9

Freeman 170
TJ B 115

Ocean Lakes A 110
Richard Montgomery B 100


Round 10

Ocean Lakes A 150 (Consolation Bracket Winner)
Freeman 85
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Playoff stats have now been added to the website; use the same URL.
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