Vermont-NEA Scholars' Bowl

Final 1999-2000 Results

State Tournament

Preliminary Round

Group A

Winner Score Opponent Score
Rice 375 Thetford 110
Craftsbury 140 Blue Mountain 45
Rice 330 Craftsbury 75
Thetford 240 Blue Mountain 90
Rice 335 Blue Mountain 50
Thetford 195 Craftsbury 150

Group B

Winner Score Opponent Score
Burlington 480 Middlebury 110
Middlebury 245 Lyndon 155
Burlington 385 Lyndon 120
Hanover 320 Winooski 70
Burlington 405 Winooski 60
Hanover 222* Middlebury 220
Lyndon 170 Winooski 75
Burlington 265 Hanover 210
Middlebury 270 Winooski 125
Hanover 205 Lyndon 170

* - Hanover defeated Middlebury 2-0 in a five-question tie-breaker playoff

Group C

Winner Score Opponent Score
Brattleboro 155 Gailer 95
BFA-St. Albans 180 Wilmington 135
Brattleboro 165 BFA-St. Albans 145
Gailer 265 Wilmington 135
Gailer 290 BFA-St. Albans 165
Brattleboro 225 Wilmington 105

Group D

Winner Score Opponent Score
St. Johnsbury 270 Mount St. Joseph 55
South Burlington 285 Colchester 190
South Burlington 250 Harwood 145
Colchester 195 Harwood 165
Colchester 155 St. Johnsbury 140
Harwood 128 Mount St. Joseph 127*
St. Johnsbury 215 South Burlington 160
Colchester 140 Mount St. Joseph 125
St. Johnsbury 250 Harwood 135
South Burlington 220 Mount St. Joseph 165
St. Johnsbury 55 Colchester 25 South Burlington 20+

* - Harwood defeated Mount St. Joseph 3-2 in two five-question tie-breaker playoffs
+ - Three-way playoff qualifying match

Group E

Winner Score Opponent Score
Essex 265 Lamoille 120
Mt. Abraham 220 Lamoille 215
Essex 295 Mt. Abraham 120
Fair Haven 245 Chelsea 70
Fair Haven 180 Essex 175
Fair Haven 240 Lamoille 175
Fair Haven 230 Mt. Abraham 180
Essex def. Chelsea forfeit
Mt. Abraham def. Chelsea forfeit
Lamoille def. Chelsea forfeit

Group F

Winner Score Opponent Score
Montpelier 220 Burr & Burton 125
Milton 240 Spaulding 185
Burr & Burton 215 Spaulding 160
Montpelier 315 Milton 130
Milton 195 Burr & Burton 145
Montpelier 250 Spaulding 105

Group G

Winner Score Opponent Score
Oxbow 175 North Country 115
Mt. Mansfield 225 Missisquoi 185
Mt. Mansfield 195 Champlain Valley 165
Champlain Valley 225 Missisquoi 120
Mt. Mansfield 325 North Country 70
North Country 245 Missisquoi 165
Oxbow 180 Champlain Valley 140
Mt. Mansfield 335 Oxbow 115
Champlain Valley 193 North Country 190*
Oxbow 260 Missisquoi 205

* - Champlain Valley defeated North Country 3-0 in a five-question tie-breaker playoff

Group H

Winner Score Opponent Score
Canaan 165 Rochester 155
Mt. Anthony 300 Woodstock 65
Mt. Anthony 280 Canaan 65
Rochester 220 Woodstock 160
Mt. Anthony 370 Rochester 35
Canaan 240 Woodstock 65

Playoff Rounds

Octofinals

Winner Score Opponent Score
Burlington 510 Oxbow 115
Rice Memorial 330 Canaan 115
Milton 275 Brattleboro 115
St. Johnsbury 265 Essex 195
Fair Haven 285 Colchester 155
Montpelier 230 Gailer 210
Mt. Mansfield 305 Hanover 200
Mt. Anthony 300 Thetford 140

Quarterfinals

Winner Score Opponent Score
Burlington 320 Rice Memorial 235
St. Johnsbury 275 Milton 140
Fair Haven 270 Montpelier 180
Mt. Anthony 215 Mt. Mansfield 213*

* - Mt. Anthony defeated Mt. Mansfield 5-3 in two five-question tie-breaker playoffs

Semifinals

Winner Score Opponent Score
Burlington 385 St. Johnsbury 65
Fair Haven 240 Mt. Anthony 220

Championship

Winner Score Opponent Score
Burlington 320 Fair Haven 150

Other Tournaments

Vermont-NEA Scholars' Bowl Kickoff Tournament

Held September 18, 1999 at Essex High School, Essex Junction, Vt.
Sixteen teams from 14 schools competed.

Team Record Playoff Results
Hanover/Rice/Mt. Abraham * 10-2 Champions
South Burlington 11-1 Finalists
St. Johnsbury A 10-1 Semifinalists
Burlington A 9-2 Semifinalists
Lamoille 6-4 Quarterfinalists
Colchester/Essex * 5-5 Quarterfinalists
Thetford B 4-6 Quarterfinalists
Thetford A 3-7 Quarterfinalists (wild-card team)
BFA-St. Albans B 4-5 did not qualify
Champlain Valley 4-5 did not qualify
Oxbow 4-5 did not qualify
BFA-St. Albans A 2-7 did not qualify
Burlington B 2-7 did not qualify
Middlebury 2-7 did not qualify
Middlebury/Lamoille * 2-7 did not qualify
St. Johnsbury B 1-8 did not qaulify

* - Chimera teams.

Fall Hanover Round Robin

Held October 16, 1999 at Hanover High School, Hanover, N.H.
26 teams from 14 Vermont schools and 36 teams overall competed.
Tournament won by Keene (NH) HS (11-3 overall record)

Team Record Playoff Results
Mt. Anthony 10-4 Runners-up
Hanover B 9-3 Semifinalists
Montpelier 9-3 Semifinalists
Burlington A 10-1 Quarterfinalists
Rice A 10-1 Quarterfinalists
Hanover A 8-3 Quarterfinalists
Canaan 7-4 Octofinalists
Thetford A 2-9 Octofinalists (wild-card team)
Mt. Anthony B 6-4 did not qualify
Oxbow B 6-4 did not qualify
Hanover C 5-5 did not qualify
St. Johnsbury A 5-5 did not qualify
Thetford B 5-5 did not qualify
Oxbow A 4-6 did not qualify
Blue Mountain 2-8 did not qaulify
Craftsbury A 2-8 did not qualify
Mount Anthony C 0-10 did not qualify
Mount St. Joseph DNR did not qualify
Craftsbury B DNR did not qualify
JV Bracket Teams    
St. Joshnsbury B 7-3 did not qualify
Burlington B 6-3 did not qualify
Colchester 6-4 did not qualify
Chelsea 5-5 did not qualify
Rice B 5-5 did not qualify
Montpelier B 2-8 did not qualify
Hanover D DNR did not qualify


Seahorse Tournament of Incredible Celebrity Knowledge

Held December 4, 1999 at Burlington High School, Burlington, Vt.
10 teams from 6 Vermont schools and 11 teams overall competed.

Finish Team Score
1 Burlington A 1061
2 Mt. Anthony A 1015
3 Concord, N.H. 702
4 Rice 673
5 Essex 653
6 South Burlington 594
7 Mt. Anthony B 511
8 Burlington B 476
9 Benji (So. Burl. & Concord, N.H.) 419
10 Tramp (Mt. Ant. & Burl.) 312
11 Colchester 289


Fall 1999 Knowledge Master Open

Held December 8, 1999
This is a national tournament sent to schools on computer disk. 1064 schools participated overall.

National Rank School Correct Answers Total Points
6 Burlington 189 1701
112 Hanover 188 1479
209 Mt. Anthony 173 1389
652 Thetford 159 1141
991 Colchester 131 891


Bulldog High School Academic Tournament IX

Held February 5, 2000 at Yale University, New Haven, Ct.
68 teams from nine states participated overall.

School Final Record Points/Match Pts. A./Match Playoffs
Burlington I 7-2 303.3 115.0 Octofinals
Mt. Anthony I 5-2 171.4 103.6 Round of 32
Burlington II 3-3 136.7 145.0 did not qualify
Mt. Anthony II 3-3 80.8 215.8 did not qualify
Mt. Anthony III 0-4 50.0 106.3 did not qualify


Spring Hanover Round Robin

Held March 11, 2000 at Hanover High School, Hanover, N.H.
17 teams from nine Vermont schools and 38 teams overall competed.

Team Record Playoff Results
Burlington I 13-0 Champions
Hanover I 10-2 Semifinalists
Burlington II 9-2 Quarterfinalists
St. Johnsbury I 9-2 Quarterfinalists
Mt. Anthony I 9-3 Quarterfinalists
Woodstock 5-6 Octofinalists (wild-card team)
Essex 6-4 did not qualify
Hanover III 6-4 did not qualify
Mt. Anthony II 6-4 did not qualify
Hanover II 5-5 did not qualify
Mt. Anthony III 5-5 did not qualify
Burlington III 4-6 did not qualify
St. Johnsbury II 4-6 did not qualify
Oxbow 2-8 did not qualify
Canaan DNR did not qualify
Colchester DNR did not qaulify
Hanover IV DNR did not qualify


Spring 2000 Knowledge Master Open

Held April 19, 2000
This is a national tournament sent to schools on computer disk. 1036 schools participated overall.

National Rank School Correct Answers Total Points
7 Burlington 193 1711
97 Hanover 186 1491
750 Thetford 158 1066
945 Harwood 133 899
975 Colchester 124 848


PACE National Scholastics Championship

National Championship tournament held June 3-4, 2000 at Furman University, Greenville, S.C.
and Pickens High School, Pickens, S.C.
16 teams from 13 schools in nine states competed

Rank School Prelim. Record Playoff Record Overall Record
9 Burlington 3-4 1-2 4-6


NAQT High School Championship Tournament

National Championship tournament held June 10-11, 2000 at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Ga.
52 teams from 15 states competed

Rank School Prelim. Record Seeding
Round
Overall Record
41 Mt. Anthony 2-6 2-0 4-6


Panasonic Academic Challenge

National Championship tournament held June 18-20, 2000 at the Disney Contemporary Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
47 teams from 42 states and five territories competed, as state champion Burlington High School represented Vermont

Round 1
Maryland 321, Oklahoma 140, California 140, VERMONT 138

Round 2
VERMONT 297, New Jersey 177, Maine 126, Idaho 96, West Virginia 81

Semifinal Round
Missouri 235, Alabama 224, South Carolina 203, VERMONT 198, Nebraska 146, Indiana 108


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