2015 MACA JV State Tournament

The 2015 version of the MACA JV State Tournament was held on March 14th at Helias High School (special thanks to Shelley Swoyer for volunteering and all of her hard work).

2015 MACA JV State Tournament

Tournament Details
MACA (at Helias High School)
Field cap: 
Fees and discounts: 

base fee (first team from each school): $60
second or subsequent teams: $55
buzzer discount (must work for eight players; limit two per school): -$5
each team entered must provide a competent staffer (moderator or score keeper)

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
Olympia Questions (2014)
Question Format: 
Twenty Tossup / Twenty Bonus

Only freshman and sophomore players are eligible for this tournament.

Scott Allen

2014 MACA Convention (October 6, 2014)

The annual Missouri Academic Coaches Association convention will take place Monday, October 6, 2014, at the headquarters of the Missouri High School Activities Association (MSHSAA) at 1 North Keene Street in Columbia. Conference registration is $25; more information on advance payment of this and annual membership dues can be found at the Members link on this page.

2014 MSHSAA State Championships

The 2014 MSHSAA State Championships were held on the University of Missouri's campus on May 9th (Class 1 & 2) and May 10th (Class 3 & 4). Congratulations to all teams who qualified for this event. The following teams are the 2014 State Champions:

Class 1 - Thomas Jefferson Independent

Class 2 - Richland

Class 3 - Hallsville

Class 4 - Ladue Horton Watkins

Also, the following participants were awarded medals in recognition of qualifying for the MACA All-State teams:

Class 1
1. Luke Schuster (Pilot Grove) 20.66

JV State Tournament

On Saturday, March 15th, MACA held the 2014 JV State Tournament at Rock Bridge High School. The state of Missouri was well represented by a very competitive field of teams. This tournament ran very smoothly and efficiently due to the wonderful staff that volunteered to help. We had many coaches, former players, and MACA officers that all worked to help staff the tournament.

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