Leyden's feeder middle school tournament was held yesterday, April 8th, on the first 5 rounds of our first set. Regrettably, these packets had to include computational math. Highlights:
Laudermith wrote:The man who organizes the middle school conference most of the teams play in was particularly impressed. His name is Dr. John Kosirog and he is the superintendent of Union Ridge School in Harwood Heights. Without any prompting from me, he told me you questions were much better than the QG sets he’s used to and he is interested in purchasing your conference set for next year.
Laudermith wrote:Other than the Varsity Championship, I only saw snippets of matches but what I saw impressed me. I’d say about half of the literature and fine arts questions were answered. The computational math was probably the category least converted
Laudermith wrote:Again, I and I believe most of the people involved thought your questions were terrific.
Here are the stats, which I believe reflect a slightly too high bonus conversion because although bouncebacks were used, they were not entered as such. Mr. Laudermith can probably answer any questions about the tournament format and things like that. He might send me the scoresheets, and if the scoresheets are filled out correctly then I will reenter the stats with bouncebacks. http://results.scobo.net/SQBS.aspx?org= ... =standings
I do have this information: River Grove was the Varsity (8th Grade) Champion, Blackhawk (Bensenville) was the Varsity runner-up; Union Ridge (Harwood Heights) was the JV (6th/7th grade) Champion, Rosemont was the runner-up.