RESULTS: NCOAST (3/24/07) @ Raleigh Charter High School

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RESULTS: NCOAST (3/24/07) @ Raleigh Charter High School

Post by rchschem » Wed Feb 28, 2007 12:14 pm

The NC Open Academic State Tournament (NCOAST) will be held March 24 at Raleigh Charter High School in Raleigh, NC.

The tournament is open to any NC school grades 7-12, public or private. The tournament has two divisions:

JV - grades 7-10
Varsity - grades 9-12

The entry fee is $70 for the first team from any school and $50 for each additional team from a school (No, you may not sign up to bring only additional teams). There is a $10 working buzzer discount.

I will be acting as the TD for the purposes of registration but Patrick King will act in any capacity where judgement is needed, as he has no dog in this hunt . Please contact me if you have questions before the tournament.

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Post by pakman044 » Sat Mar 24, 2007 5:38 pm

Extremely brief results:

Varsity:
1. Raleigh Charter
2. NCSSM A
3. Robinson
3. St. Mary's

The final was Raleigh Charter over NCSSM A, 185-175 (OT).

JV:
1. Raleigh Charter
2. Cardinal Gibbons A
3. Robinson
3. St. Mary's

Full stats should be forthcoming in the next few days.

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Post by First Chairman » Sat Mar 24, 2007 5:49 pm

Actually JV second went to Cardinal Gibbons A who upset Robinson's JV team in the semifinals.
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Post by pakman044 » Sat Mar 24, 2007 6:01 pm

Shows how much I remember over short periods of time (I won't bring back the pain of the my major mental mistake of the day). Edited my post to correct.

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Post by rchschem » Sat Mar 24, 2007 7:59 pm

Robinson's JV has some great varsity potential. Hopefully my freshmen can keep up with theirs.

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Post by DrakeRQB » Sat Mar 24, 2007 10:43 pm

rchschem wrote:Robinson's JV has some great varsity potential. Hopefully my freshmen can keep up with theirs.

Eric
Thanks for the dap. To be a 9th grader, Jihoon Baek is a beast. He might crack our A team next year if he keeps it up. Allie Russell didn't have a great day today on JV, but she's been playing on our A team as a sophomore all year and has been a major contributor.

On the varsity side for next year, Kevin Munger is enough to build around in order for RCHS to keep it up. We will return our core of John, Gray, and Dorothy for the third straight year so we hope to do some damage.

Major thanks to ETC, Patrick, and Eric for a great day at RCHS.
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Post by First Chairman » Sun Mar 25, 2007 9:05 am

Among the Cardinal Gibbons JV kids: Rachel has a lot of potential that in a few years, she can be very solid. I can't remember the name of her other JV colleague, I think Keith???... anyway, he has upside as well.

To wit, this was the first time that RCHS's varsity team had lost a game at NCOAST, though Katie was not there this time. Unfortunately NCSSM can't go to NSC because of graduation weekend (knowing from last year's schedule at NSC at NCSSM...). Stephen very much showed that he could be part of a conversation for all-state if NCSSM competed more frequently.

I am still looking for nominations before Patrick and I run through the stats after NC State's competition and determine the all-state team.
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Post by DrakeRQB » Sun Mar 25, 2007 9:51 am

E.T. Chuck wrote:Stephen very much showed that he could be part of a conversation for all-state if NCSSM competed more frequently.
On the way home, one of my players asked, "Hey Drake, where did HE come from?" in reference to Stephen Lin. I read for NCSSM a couple of times and then saw him play us in the semis. Very, very solid player.
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Post by ProsperoSMS » Sun Mar 25, 2007 10:58 am

Rachel is a Saint Mary's team member, not a Crusader from Gibbons. She is very good, and I'm definitely proud of my team members from yesterday. Obviously, our varsity team has been built around Nancy, but we've got some strong candidates for keeping things going.

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Post by rchschem » Mon Mar 26, 2007 8:05 am

Complete statistics are up now at

http://www.raleighcharterhs.org/NCATA/tourneys.htm

Enjoy.

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Post by Philip Marschall » Mon Mar 26, 2007 10:59 pm

Where are the stats on that page exactly?

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Post by rchschem » Tue Mar 27, 2007 6:44 am

The web server is intermittently down, so you may not get the page at all. Scroll down to the listing for the tournament and look at the results column. The word "stats" is the link and there is one for both JV and V.

Or at least this is what was up Monday morning before the server went hinky. Keep checking, and as soon as the web server is repaired I'll be able to repost all those files, links, and other corrections I made before the failure.

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