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Kentucky 2018-19

Post by FCPanther » Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:08 pm

The 2019 Fleming County Tournament is slated for January 12, 2019. Most details are the same for this iteration. More details to come.
Kent Grannis--Fleming County High School Academic Coach

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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by Rococo A Go Go » Wed Aug 15, 2018 6:26 pm

italics for middle school tournament
bold for state and national championships

August 4:
August 11:
August 18:
August 25: Glasgow Scottie Invitational (Glasgow)

September 1:
September 8:
September 15:
September 22:
September 29:

October 6:
October 13: University of Kentucky Fall Championship (Lexington) Goddard Memorial (Mt. Vernon)
October 20:
October 27: Noe Middle School Invitational (Louisville)

November 3: Dunbar Bulldog (Lexington)
November 10: KAAC JV Challenge (Various Sites)
November 17:
November 24:

December 1:
December 8: Russell Invitational (Russell)
December 15: Class Act High School Invitational (Louisville)
December 22:
December 29:

January 5: Southern Kentucky History Bee and Bowl (Glasgow)
January 12: Fleming County Academic Tournament (Flemingsburg)
January 19:
January 26: KAAC Governor's Cup District (Various Sites)

February 2: Woodford County Academic Invitational (Versailles)
February 9:
February 16: KAAC Governor's Cup Regional (Various Sites)
February 23: Class Act Middle School Invitational (Louisville)

March 2: Kentucky State Quizbowl Championship (Louisville)
March 3: Kentucky Individual Championship (Louisville)
March 9:
March 16: KAAC Governor's Cup State Finals (Louisville)
March 23: University of Kentucky Spring Championship (Lexington)
March 30:

April 6:
April 7: NAQT Individual Player National Championship Tournament (Chicago)
April 13:
April 20: Kentucky Pre-Nationals Mixed Team (Lexington)
April 27: Kentucky State Middle School Championship (Louisville); National History Bee and Bowl (Washington, DC)

May 4: NAQT Small School National Championship Tournament (Chicago)
May 11: NAQT Middle School National Championship Tournament (Chicago)
May 18:
May 25: NAQT High School National Championship Tournament (Atlanta)

June 1:
June 8: PACE National Scholastic Championship (Reston, VA)
June 15:
June 22:
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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by Jangar » Sat Aug 18, 2018 1:58 pm

The 2018 Dunbar Bulldog Tournament for middle school and JV is scheduled for Saturday, November 3rd.

The cost is $70 per team and we are planning on using an NAQT A set for the JV division and an NAQT MS set for the middle school division. We will also have house-written worksheets at half-time of each match. Registration begins at 8:30 AM, and we're asking that nobody arrive before 8:30 AM due to conflicts with another event taking place at the same venue; tournament play begins at 9:15 AM.

We will have a five-game round robin in the morning, after which the teams will be rebracketed and play another round robin in the afternoon. More information regarding the sets and other matters to come.

Edit: We have confirmed that we will be using NAQT 180A for the JV division and MS 28 for the middle school division.
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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by FCPanther » Thu Aug 23, 2018 1:43 pm

Fleming County High School will be hosting the 21st Fleming County Academic Tournament at FCHS in Flemingsburg. We're slated for January 12th (that is one week later than past years due to a later return date from break). Other details will also be pretty much the same:

$70 for a school's first team
$35 for additional squads
Tentative cap of 32 teams.
NAQT will be our question source again. (IS 179)
We'll play 18 toss up halves with single part bonuses
We will have separate "B" and varsity divisions
We will seek PACE affiliation.
Teams will need to provided: working buzzer and a reader/scorer.

More details as they become available
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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by Scottietodd » Sun Aug 26, 2018 10:15 am

I want to thank all of the schools who supported this year's Scottie! The 2018 Scottie was a lot of fun. We had a great time writing the questions and look forward to feedback so that we can get better.

Chattahoochee, Miami Valley, and Detroit Catholic Central A beat up on each other a little bit to finish 1, 2, 3 in that order. Henderson County A and Dunbar A were also right there, finishing 4th and 5th after taking some very close and competitive losses. Full results, in order, can be seen here:

http://www.hsquizbowl.org/db/tournament ... l_results/

We look forward to seeing everyone on August 24th next year! We will always have the Scottie on the last Saturday in August, unless it is Labor Day weekend, which will happen in 2019.
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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by herbie.brock » Thu Sep 27, 2018 6:23 pm

We'd love to have a ton more great schools at our 2nd Annual Tournament in Mt. Vernon, KY. Below is our field and details.

Field as of 9/27
South Laurel – 1 team - paid/registered
Capital Day – 2 teams - paid
Edmonson – 2 teams - confirmed
Bate – 2 teams – confirmed/registered
Rockcastle – 3 teams - paid
Piarist - ? teams
Johnson – 2 teams – confirmed
Glasgow - 1 team - registered
Garrard 2 teams – registered
Berea – 2 teams – confirmed
Pikeville - 1 team - confirmed
Clinton – 1 team – confirmed
Ashland – 3 teams – registered
Campbell – 1 team, maybe 2 – confirmed
Southern (Fayette) – 1 team – confirmed



Where: Rockcastle County High School, Mt. Vernon, KY
When: October 13th, 2018—Registration from 7:30 to 8:30 AM EST
Cost: $70.00 per team, $10 discount if providing two experienced moderators
Registration deadline: Midnight Friday, September 28th, 2018
Registration link: https://goo.gl/forms/iA7W0O1GTIqqAEbu1

• One session of Written Testing
o Awards given for top ten test scores in each subject (MA, SC, SS, LA, AH)
• One session of Subject-Specific Lightning Round Tossups
o Awards given for the top eight scorers in each subject (MA, SC, SS, LA, AH)
• At least six rounds of Quick Recall
o Awards given for the top four Quick Recall teams
• Overall champion named based on Quick Recall and Written Testing scores
o Points structure from KAAC (modified with the addition of Lightning Rounds)
o Each team will receive points individually. For example, Rockcastle A’s and Rockcastle B’s points will not be combined. They will be considered as if each team is a different school.

• Why should you attend?
o Early opportunity to play against formidable opponents
o Quick Recall and Written Assessment opportunities
 Six rounds of Quick Recall guaranteed
o Can enter multiple teams to ensure experience for all players
o Tournament T-shirts included with registration fee (4 per team registered) (additional shirts can be purchased for $8 each)
o Seeding and grouping allows for play with teams at your level (experienced or beginning)
o Central location of Mt. Vernon

 1 hour from Lexington
 2 hours from Louisville
 2 hours from Covington
 2 hours 15 minutes from Bowling Green
 2.5 hours from Ashland
 1.5 hours from Hazard

o Top ten testers in each subject receive medals for Written Assessment
o Top eight testers in each subject receive medals for Lightning Rounds
 Lightning Round champions also receive a trophy

Written Assessment Procedures
Each participating team may enter 3 students in each of the following written assessment areas: Arts and Humanities, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Each student will be allowed to take only one test as there will be only one testing session. At the time of your arrival, please check with our registration desk and notify them of any changes made in your registration form. Testing numbers may be assigned at this time. Any student not registered by 8:30 will not be eligible for the testing session. The testing session will begin at 8:45 AM and conclude at 9:35 AM. All tests will be occurring simultaneously. All students will stay in the testing room for the entire testing time. Awards will be given to the top 10 competitors in each subject area.

Lightning Round Procedures
Following Written Assessment, students will compete individually in a preliminary round of 10 subject-specific tossups in groups of 8. The top 8 scores (ties broken by written assessment scores first, and then head-to-head sudden-death to advance to finals) will qualify to compete a second and final round of 15 more subject-specific tossups following the Quick Recall championship match and preceding the awards ceremony. Students must participate in Written Assessment in order to qualify to participate in the Lightning Rounds. Students must compete in the same Lightning Round subject as they did for Written Assessment. Awards will be given to the top 8 competitors in each subject area with a trophy awarded to the champion.

Quick Recall Procedures
Quick Recall matches will begin following Lightning Rounds. At least three preliminary rounds will be played to establish rankings. The teams will be seeded and placed into pools with teams with similar records for at least three more Quick Recall rounds. All teams are guaranteed at least six rounds of Quick Recall.
Match rules will follow all Governor’s Cup guidelines.
• The decisions of all room officials will be final in the morning rounds with written inquiries used only in Pool A and Pool B in the afternoon rounds.
• Seeding after the preliminary rounds and rankings to determine placements at the end of the tournament for Quick Recall will follow these criteria in order:
o Win-loss record in pool
o Head-to-head record
o Average first-half points (in all rounds played)
o Coin toss
• The top eight teams will be seeded equally between the top two pools in the afternoon. Seeds 1, 3, 5, and 7 will compete in Pool A and seeds 2, 4, 6, and 8 will compete in Pool B.
• A Quick Recall championship match will be played after the final round of pool play between the champion of Pool A and the champion of Pool B.
*Additional rounds may be necessary depending on the number of teams in competition.

T Shirts
Tournament t shirts will be included with the team registration fee for up to four players. Additional shirts may be purchased for only $8 each. The shirts are white with red ink and will have the tournament logo design featured at the top of this form. To ensure all of your players who want shirts receive them, include shirt fees with your registration fees. Additional shirts sold at the tournament will be limited.

Food and Lunch
Our academic team will be having concessions throughout the day. Snacks and soft drinks will be available throughout the day.
• Because this is a fundraiser for our team, please encourage your team to purchase snacks from our concessions table. Everything will cost $1 or less.
o Please do not bring coolers or large amounts of snacks for your team. We appreciate your support of our school and our team’s fundraiser.
We will be selling $5 lunch plates that consist of two slices of pizza, a dessert, and a drink.
• Teams should not plan to leave the campus during lunch as we would like to get started back as soon as possible after lunch.
A hospitality room will be provided for coaches, bus drivers and officials. Team parents and team members are expected to purchase lunch plates.

Silent Auction
We will be hosting a silent auction as a fundraiser. Please inform your team members to bring some extra cash. We will have a wide range of products appealing to students and adults such as toys, electronics, gift cards, and household items.

Officials and Equipment
All schools participating must provide at least one EXPERIENCED moderator AND a functioning buzzer system with laptop if needed. High school students may be used in any official capacity. Middle school students may serve as spotters, buzzer operators, or scorers. Also, additional persons to act as scorers and spotters would be greatly appreciated. SCHOOLS PROVIDING A PRE-APPROVED ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCED MODERATOR WILL BE SUBJECT TO A $10 REGISTRATION FEE WAIVER (ONLY ONE WAIVER PER SCHOOL).

Registration
Register at https://goo.gl/forms/iA7W0O1GTIqqAEbu1
Registration will end at midnight on Friday, September 28th, 2018. Remember, online registration is important, but I will honor the registration of teams who have submitted their checks and invoices on a first-come first-served basis.

TO COMPLETE YOUR REGISTRATION AND RESERVE YOUR SPOT IN THE TOURNAMENT, please complete the attached invoice and send it along with your check made payable to the RCHS Academic Team to Herbie Brock, Rockcastle County High School, 1545 Lake Cumberland Pkwy., Mt. Vernon, KY 40456. If you need directions, contact us and then the information will be forwarded to you. If you have any questions, call or text me at 859-200-3258 or email me at herbie.brock@rockcastle.kyschools.us

Payment
We are requiring that each team enclose a non-refundable check for $70.00 with their registration form. In the event that your team cannot compete in the tournament, you will be mailed a packet containing all written assessment tests and quick recall question sets. Also, enclosed in this information you will find an invoice that may be filled out and given to your school secretary or finance clerk to help in the payment process.
• The field will be capped at 24 teams. Spots will only be reserved once checks are received by mail.
• Schools will be permitted to register a maximum of two teams.
• If space permits, schools may register a third team in the weeks leading up to the tournament.
Herbie Brock
Rockcastle County Middle School

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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by Berniecrat » Wed Oct 24, 2018 11:55 pm

Mason Reid of Glasgow and Angus Maske of Dunbar contributed this nice summary of the Kentucky circuit for Groger Ranks! https://grogerranks.wordpress.com/2018/ ... -analysis/
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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by Scottietodd » Fri Dec 14, 2018 1:17 pm

Nick, would you mind putting that the Southern Kentucky History Bee and Bowl will take place at Glasgow High School on January 5th, 2019 please? Thanks!
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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by Scottietodd » Tue Jan 08, 2019 9:48 am

The Kentucky Individual Championship (KIC) sponsered by the KQBA is up. Check it out here:
http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=22268
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KIQBC

Post by Scottietodd » Sun Mar 03, 2019 9:55 pm

Hello everyone.

I thought our first ever Individual Championship in Kentucky went well today! We had 36 students from across the state to compete, and I hope everyone had a good time.

Angus Maske of Dunbar defeated Shashank Bhatt, also of Dunbar to be named our first ever KIQBC champion.
Harrison Jenkins and DJ Banks, both from Henderson County finished 3rd and 4th respectively.

Emily Girard of Simon Kenton, Mason Reid of Glasgow, Max Bograd of Dunbar, and Garrett Ashlock of Central Hardin were the other quarterfinalists.

In our side events, DJ Banks won the Arts & Humanities, Shashank Bhatt won Science, Jake Powell won History, and Angus Maske won Literature.
Congratulations to all of you!
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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by Deviant Insider » Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:26 pm

If anybody wants to discuss the Solo questions, feel free to join the 2018 Scobol Solo Discussion using the Control Panel.
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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by Jangar » Mon Mar 04, 2019 7:14 pm

Will any stats from the KIQBC be posted online?
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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by Scottietodd » Tue Mar 05, 2019 11:15 am

Jangar wrote:
Mon Mar 04, 2019 7:14 pm
Will any stats from the KIQBC be posted online?
Maybe..... I plan on enlisting Ramapriya, and he and I will try to come up with a way to format the data in an understandable manner. However,
this will most likely be after Gov Cup State on March 16-18.

Thanks for your interest!
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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by Scottietodd » Fri Mar 22, 2019 10:39 am

Just as an early FYI: Glasgow High School will LIKELY be hosting the 2019 Scottie on Saturday, September 14th this year and the 2nd Saturday of September in the future. There is still a chance that we will keep it during the last weekend of August (except for when on Labor Day weekend like this year).
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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by FCPanther » Fri May 03, 2019 2:51 pm

It's early but I wanted to go on and get an early date claim for next year.

Fleming County High School will host FCAT 2020 on January 11, 2020.

More details will be available in the fall, but there shouldn't be any major changes from past years. We will likely use an available NAQT set, slightly modified for toss up and single part paired bonuses.

We will also seek PACE affiliation and hope to avoid the weather issues that plagued the tournament this year.
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Re: Kentucky 2018-19

Post by Scottietodd » Wed May 08, 2019 11:38 am

Along those same lines, I want to let everyone know that we are moving the Scottie to the third Saturday in September beginning this year. So the Scottie will be on September 21, 2019.

Thanks!
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