Varsity

Regular tournaments open to teams of all experience levels.

Salem Invitational Quiz Bowl Tournament

11/07/2015
Tournament Details
Host: 
Salem High School
Field cap: 
To be announced
Fees and discounts: 

$60 per team. $5 discount for working buzzer system. Additional discounts may be available for workers and moderators if needed.

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
NAQT
Question Format: 
Missouri format

This is one of the few tournaments where your team can participate in a Missouri format competition. We continue to use the Missouri format since that is what is required in District and State completion.

Contact
Susan Sheeley

2015 OMAR - Outstate Missouri Academic Rendezvous

03/21/2015
Tournament Details
Host: 
Moberly High School
Field cap: 
18
Fees and discounts: 

First team: $60
Additional teams: $55
Discount for travelling more than 100 miles each way (determined by Google Maps): $10
Discount for providing a working buzzer set: $5 (maximum $10)
Discount for providing competent staff: $5 per staffer (maximum $10)

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
NAQT 145A
Question Format: 
NAQT/National - 20 tossups & 20 bonus, powers, no negs

Registration form: http://tinyurl.com/OMAR2015Registration/

This tournament will consist of a minimum of eight games for all teams in a modified NAQT/national format:

Contact
Kyle Hill

Tuscumbia Winter High School Tournament

12/06/2014
Tournament Details
Host: 
Tuscumbia High School
Field cap: 
12
Fees and discounts: 

Base fee: $55
Base fee for second and subsequent teams from the same school: $50
-$5 for each working buzzer set (limit three discounts per school)
$-10 per team traveling over 100 miles one way

Staff discounts will be negotiated on a case-by-case basis and will be awarded based on need.

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
NAQT Invitational Series #142
Question Format: 
20 tossup/bonus with powers and negs

The initial field cap for this tournament is twelve teams. Each team will be guaranteed eight games regardless of performance; that number may rise depending on the number of attending teams. Games will consist of 20 tossups and up to 20 three part 30-point, rebounding bonuses. 15 point powers and 5 point negs will be used on tossups. Math calculation tossups will not be read. This tournament will be a qualifier for NAQT's High School National Championship Tournament; the top 15% of the field will qualify.

Contact
Jason Loy

Fort Osage Three Trails Tournament (T3) II

12/13/2014
Tournament Details
Host: 
Fort Osage High School
Field cap: 
18
Fees and discounts: 

Base fee (first team from each school): $60
Second or subsequent teams: $55
Travel discount (100 miles or more one way): -$10
Buzzer discount (must work for 8 players, limit 2 per school): -$5

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
BELLOCO
Question Format: 
20 tossups with 3-part rebounding bonuses

(Postponed from November 15)

Fort Osage High School is pleased to announce the 2nd annual Three Trails Tournament to be held at Fort Osage High School on November 15, 2014. This tournament will be run in the twenty tossup/bonus format. Matches will consist of 20 tossups with 3 part rebounding bonuses worth up to thirty points. We will be using the highly regarded BELLOCO set (a link to the question information is here: http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=109&t=14763). The set is not powermarked, and we will not have “negs” either.

Contact
Josh Malecki

Centralia Autumn Academic Tournament

11/22/2014
Tournament Details
Host: 
Centralia High School
Field cap: 
18
Fees and discounts: 

• First team from a school: $60
• Subsequent teams: $55 each
• Experienced moderator: -$20 (we will have to approve the moderator before we give the discount, so email the host about this before bringing your moderator to the tournament)
• Buzzer discount: -$5 for each fully-functional buzzer system, maximum of two (must work for 8 players to receive the discount)

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
BELLOCO
Question Format: 
20 tossup/bonus

Games will consist of 20 tossups with three-part, non-rebounding bonuses. The exact schedule for the tournament will depend on the final field size, but teams should expect to be divided into preliminary pools that will each play a round robin, followed by a rebracketing into championship and consolation pools. If the field fills, all teams should expect to play 10 games, ending around 4:00, with any necessary finals and tiebreakers following.

Contact
Ryan Kennedy
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