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With the loss of one Ike Jose and a host of other very talented seniors across Ohio, the state is completely up for grabs.

The Contenders

Walnut Hills - Ohio's best-placing team in the regular playoffs at HSNCT, they only lose one player, albeit their best one, but they are very deep and will still probably be the class of the state, just not to the degree they were in '08-'09. Year after year they are at the top of Ohio Quizbowl despite barely traveling. If they start to travel and get some real TU/B experience, watch out.

Ottawa Hills - Ohio's best performing team at the HSNCT, winning the small school title, loses two key players but returns Nirbhay Jain, who is incredibly talented. Tournaments against Michigan's best and not playing OAC will ensure they will be very competitive come State and National championship time. I just wish they traveled within Ohio more.

Solon - Like Walnut Hills, year after year they are at the top, and like Walnut Hills, they lose only one player, but a very good one. They'll be very good this year, as their B team traveled all around, even going 5-5 at the HSNCT. I don't know how they'll stack up against a Peter Komarek-less Walnut Hills, however.

Olmstead Falls - If they start traveling more, watch out for the name Jim Coury. He led the NAQT State Championship in scoring by a good margin as a Sophomore and he had basically no help around him. He might get some this year, and if he does, watch out. They can be a great team.

Northmont - Brandon Williams and teammate Michael Czupryn were a fairly formidible duo as Sophs last year and they should only get better this year. If they can cut out their Good Northmont/Bad Northmont inconsistancies, they could compete at the very top.

The Players To Watch

Jim Coury, Olmstead Falls
Jackson Kulas, Copley
Brandon Williams, Northmont
Jasper Lee, Solon
Nirbhay Jain, Ottawa Hills
Jon Moller, Walnut Hills
Max Bucher, Walnut Hills

Anyway, those are just some of m y thoughts
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Inkana7 wrote:With the loss of one Ike Jose and a host of other very talented seniors across Ohio, the state is completely up for grabs.
I kinda disagree with that part since most of the good Ohio teams last year are still around, and it's pretty unlikely any team other than those five will win a state championship, really.
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Bird Sonata wrote:
Inkana7 wrote:With the loss of one Ike Jose and a host of other very talented seniors across Ohio, the state is completely up for grabs.
I kinda disagree with that part since most of the good Ohio teams last year are still around, and it's pretty unlikely any team other than those five will win a state championship, really.
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I can agree with this but also disagree. While I doubt anyone from outside those 5 will win a state championship, the fact that there are 5 contenders makes it a pretty open race. Walnut Hills might be on a level a little higher than the other four, but there's really no clear cut #1 team or player this year.
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I am going to go out on a limb and say that Walnut will win both state titles this year. Grunder can reload like nobody else, and with Jon, Max and Rachel back, I see them as a virtual lock. Solon can probably give them a run in NAQT, and as much as it pains me to say since I hate the format, we might be able to give them a run in OAC since we are better at it than I think we want to be.

Who knows what Ottawa Hills can do since they are a virtual unknown to most of those in Ohio quizbowl, but they show up a couple times a year and kick everyone's butt. They don't play OAC regionals, so they won't win that title, but they could do well at NAQT State. I am going to try and get them to Rowdy Raider this year to duel with Copley, Walnut and some of the Kentucky schools, that might give us a better understanding.

Having played Olmsted Falls just once, I really can't comment, though they beat us handily last year. Looking at stats alone, I would agree that Jim is probably the pre-season best player in the state.

Our team may surprise some this year, as we have alot more balance than I think those in Ohio might perceive. Michael is putting up numbers equal to (and sometimes better than) Brandon in practice, since he plays alot more conservative and Brandon is much more aggressive (sometimes a little too much so). Miranda and Dan are solid in their areas. While I honestly don't know exactly what we are capable of this year, I am optimistic.
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I wish there were more ACF/PACE format tournaments in Ohio.

Based on practices over the summer, I think that our team is pretty unbalanced, as I am better at arts, literature, history, some science, social sciences, geography, and RMP than pretty much all of my teammates. If I played aggressively at tournaments then it would really show, but I do have a habit of not buzzing in, even when pretty sure of an answer. (See my stat lines at HSNCT compared to everyone elses' from Solon)

I didn't play much OAC last year, but virtually everyone on our team(s) dislikes it, so we might not go to as many OAC tournaments as we did in the past. That may be for the better, though.
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Ummm, someone seems to have forgotten a name: Jarret Greene should be watched this year as well... shouldn't he?
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mtelepathic wrote:Ummm, someone seems to have forgotten a name: Jarret Greene should be watched this year as well... shouldn't he?
Yeah, I was about to say...especially after that last Skype session.
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mtelepathic wrote:Ummm, someone seems to have forgotten a name: Jarret Greene should be watched this year as well... shouldn't he?
Thank you very much, but I think I should prove myself in an actual game against teams before I can be counted up there with the rest of those players. That skype session was lucky. But thank you nonetheless!
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Inkana7 wrote:
mtelepathic wrote:Ummm, someone seems to have forgotten a name: Jarret Greene should be watched this year as well... shouldn't he?
Thank you very much, but I think I should prove myself in an actual game against teams before I can be counted up there with the rest of those players. That skype session was lucky. But thank you nonetheless!
Thinking about it...I have yet to face you in an actual match. O.o
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Bird Sonata wrote:
Inkana7 wrote:
mtelepathic wrote:Ummm, someone seems to have forgotten a name: Jarret Greene should be watched this year as well... shouldn't he?
Thank you very much, but I think I should prove myself in an actual game against teams before I can be counted up there with the rest of those players. That skype session was lucky. But thank you nonetheless!
Thinking about it...I have yet to face you in an actual match. O.o
Yup. I still have a lot to prove, because we really didn't compete that much last year. I should face you many times this year, however. I plan on traveling a lot.
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Is anyone else having problems with the Ohio forum?
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No sir.
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I am also having problems with the forum.
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MahoningQuizBowler wrote:Is anyone else having problems with the Ohio forum?
Yes. I have no idea what it is that's showing up in place of the forum.

Edit: It works again!
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Would any Ohio teams be interested in coming down to Lexington, KY? (http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic. ... 23#p140523)
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Huang wrote:Would any Ohio teams be interested in coming down to Lexington, KY? (http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic. ... 23#p140523)
For any of you who don't know or are too lazy to read the tournament invite: the Dunbar tournament is slated to kick some serious...behind. This would be a great experience for any team.
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Macho Man for Expediency wrote:
Huang wrote:Would any Ohio teams be interested in coming down to Lexington, KY? (http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic. ... 23#p140523)
For any of you who don't know or are too lazy to read the tournament invite: the Dunbar tournament is slated to kick some serious...behind. This would be a great experience for any team.
It's enticing. We may be going to Fisher Catholic that date, but if not, I'll talk to my team about this tournament. It's pretty far away but not too bad.
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Looks like in a week, we'll be able to see how Ohio fares against Kentucky teams.
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We'll also get a better idea of who the best teams in Ohio proper are, as close to all of them will be at Wright State.
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I am looking forward to seeing how competitive the Ohio teams at Wright State are.
From the looks of last year's stats and the preseason rankings there will be many formidable teams there.
It will be nice to compete against teams that we usually do not come up against until nationals.
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There are some stats you can look at for this year also. They're indicative of a few things, such as teams not mentioned in the preseason rankings and how much some players have improved. Unfortunately, some teams have yet to play at full strength (Walnut Hills in particular).

Our tournament (Solon's) has had Kentucky teams in attendance recently, so if you are able to get up here, then you'll be seeing more of Ohio, hopefully.

Edit: I wonder how many people know we have our own forum? http://www.createphpbb.com/oac/
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I am trying to build a regional mega-tournament at Parkersburg. C'mon guys!
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FredMorlan wrote:I am trying to build a regional mega-tournament at Parkersburg. C'mon guys!
West Virginia looks like an awesome place to have a regional tournament with states like Kentucky, Ohio, and Virginia nearby. If not for school, I would go to the Parkersburg tournament.
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Ohio Late Season Update!

Solon is really good, especially on NAQT.

Olmsted Falls and Northmont are right behind them.

So is Copley.

All three of the above schools return just about everyone next year.

Walnut Hills is really good but doesn't play enough.

Ohio is sending 10 teams to the HSNCT. Some will do well, others will have an awful experience.
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Inkana7 wrote:
Olmsted Falls and Northmont are right behind them.

So is Copley.

All three of the above schools return just about everyone next year.

Walnut Hills is really good but doesn't play enough.
Meaning, Solon will be losing people, but Copley, Olmsted Falls, and Northmont will not be losing anyone major.
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Inkana7 wrote:Olmsted Falls and Northmont are right behind them.

So is Copley.

All three of the above schools return just about everyone next year.

Walnut Hills is really good but doesn't play enough.
South Range can definitely beat any of these teams as well.
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Seems like next year will be the year of dynamic duos: Jim and Mike, Brandon and Michael, Nishanth and Eugene, and Jackson and Saajid.
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Anybody going to Culver's Midwest Championship on the sectionals set?
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ryandillon wrote:Anybody going to Culver's Midwest Championship on the sectionals set?
No, South Range is hosting a Trash Tournament that day, so we can't make it.
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Isn't Bossick's Basho also being run on the sectionals set? Or is that not happening?
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Anarch wrote:Isn't Bossick's Basho also being run on the sectionals set? Or is that not happening?
If it happens, it will be run on the sectionals set.
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Apparently he's trying to get something worked out with St. Charles or someone down near Columbus. I dunno. I hope it happens.
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Inkana7 wrote:
ryandillon wrote:Anybody going to Culver's Midwest Championship on the sectionals set?
No, South Range is hosting a Trash Tournament that day, and tons of people should come to it. 1/1 Pokemon distribution!
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The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio wrote:
Inkana7 wrote:
ryandillon wrote:Anybody going to Culver's Midwest Championship on the sectionals set?
No, South Range is hosting a Trash Tournament that day, and tons of people should come to it. 1/1 Pokemon distribution!
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Yessir.
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Hey, I don't think telling people to skip a real tournament for a high school trash tournament is against the rules per se, but I'd be delighted if you stopped anyhow.
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Matt Weiner wrote:Hey, I don't think telling people to skip a real tournament for a high school trash tournament is against the rules per se, but I'd be delighted if you stopped anyhow.
It was in jest. But I understand.
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ryandillon wrote:Anybody going to Culver's Midwest Championship on the sectionals set?
We sort of wanted to but that weekend is filled with conflicts unrelated to quiz bowl. I wish we could have played some more non-Ohioans though...
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Matt Weiner wrote:Hey, I don't think telling people to skip a real tournament for a high school trash tournament is against the rules per se, but I'd be delighted if you stopped anyhow.
Lulz. Budgets can be tight to pull an overnighter this late in the season.

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Inkana7 wrote:
Ohio is sending 10 teams to the HSNCT. Some will do well, others will have an awful experience.
The good thing about it though, is that a few teams which have never been to the HSNCT have signed up, including Olmsted Falls, Warren G. Harding, and Lexington.
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Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast wrote:
Inkana7 wrote:
Ohio is sending 10 teams to the HSNCT. Some will do well, others will have an awful experience.
The good thing about it though, is that a few teams which have never been to the HSNCT have signed up, including Olmsted Falls, Warren G. Harding, and Lexington.
And according to the latest update, Bellefontaine.
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Bossick's Basho is definitely using the SCT set so Culver's tournament is even less appealing now
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Or not. We have the ICT D2 set.
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Hey, everyone! I scorekept for OAC States today, and just want to inform you of the finals results.

1. Solon
2. Copley
3. Walnut Hills
4. Sycamore

Congratulations to everyone!

edit: If people don't frequent the Ohio fora, here's a more updated thread http://www.createphpbb.com/oac/viewtopi ... mforum=oac
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