WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE BOWL?

Knowledge Bowl is kind of like a team Jeopardy competition. A school’s Knowledge Bowl team is made up of smaller teams, each consisting of generally 4 – 6 team members. Our school’s teams compete against other teams from neighboring schools to see who can answer the most questions in math, science, history, English, social studies, etc.

During each competition, teams compete in a written round (45 multiple-choice questions in middle school, 60 for high school) and two oral rounds (45 questions each round, except for 60 each in high school). The winning team is based on the total number of questions answered correctly in all three rounds.

The high school regular season runs from October through February.  The middle school season runs from January through February.

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SW WA Regional Tournament Results

Camas High School traveled on Monday, February 24th to Lower Columbia College in Longview to compete in the SW Washington Regional Knowledge Bowl Tournament. It was an auspicious day for Camas Knowledge Bowl. Here are the results:

The first place Camas Varsity #3 team that won it all and is headed to State in a few weeks is made up of the following CHS juniors: Owen Baenen, Daniel deLeon, Lucas Mansfield, Julian McComie, Mark Robinson, and Sonnet Salice.  Interestingly, virtually this same team won the JV tournament at this event the previous year. Camas Varsity #1 took 2nd place overall, but since we’re only allowed to send one team per school to the State Tournament, their season and storied knowledge bowl careers in Camas come sadly to an end here. They are seniors Michael Bargenda, Edward Bogachuk, Jordan Chase, Jaden Kim, Junha Lee, and Steven Sturges.

On the JV side of the tournament, our two Camas JV teams that competed also took 1st and 2nd place out of 9 total JV teams that were sent. JV #1 is made up of Jackson Chase, Khoi Dam, Minjae Dang, Ashton Doane, Jeremy Mohn, and Sunny Wang. JV #5 is Fin Leask, Nicholas Leetham, Jacob Leetham, Ishan Mehta, Adrian Soh, and Aiden Stewart. 

Great season, Camas Knowledge Bowl. I’m very proud of all of you and the hard work you put into attending practice, learning how to work more effectively with a team, and on the sportsmanship you displayed and honed this season. No matter the outcome for you and your team the other day, I hope you can take some solace in being a part of the well-oiled machine that is Camas Knowledge Bowl!

On to state next month. Thanks for your support this year!

P.S. The awards dessert banquet is scheduled for Tuesday, March 24th, in the North Commons, 5:30-6:30. Details forthcoming.

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Regional Tournament Pre-Meet Info

On Monday, February 24th, Camas High School Knowledge Bowl will travel with its qualifying teams (all varsity teams and two of our JV teams) to the Southwest Washington Varsity/JV Regional Tournament in Longview. Students will miss the entire day and are released from 8:45 on. They should quickly gather their stuff and report immediately to the flagpole bus loading area. We will then travel to Longview and compete in the tournament held at Lower Columbia College. This is an all day event for us.

After competition, we will have dinner en route to home at Vernie’s Pizza (see the note about ordering below), then return to CHS between 7:00 to 7:30 PM. Students should plan on either bringing their own lunch, dinner food, and snacks AND/OR money for those meals. For a more detailed listing of the day’s events, please see below.

For our JV teams, this tournament will conclude the regular and postseason, as well as practices for the year. If Varsity qualifies a team for State, we will focus on having Varsity only practices for the next few weeks leading up to the 03/21/20 State Tournament.

As usual, if you can’t make it to this tournament for any reason, please let me AND your team know immediately. Last year this tournament was on the the first day of spring practice, and I think that’s also true this year. If that’s the case, please communicate with your coaches to let them know of your interest and that you’ll be with them the very next day. It’s important that you uphold your commitment to Knowledge Bowl. I’m sure your coaches will understand, since they’ll also be looking for and expecting that same level of commitment from you in their sport/activity.

Finally, IF there is an inclement weather late start on Monday, which we’re not expecting, you would simply report for bus loading at the flagpole loading area at 10:45 (classes would have normally started at 10:45). That will make our arrival time at the meet very tight, but we should still be able to make it. Please note, however, that this scenario would severely limit your ability to go out to lunch prior to the opening ceremony, so bringing your own food in this event would be almost a necessity. If school is canceled, all activities are also canceled, so we would then be unable to attend the meet.

Nice season, CHS Knowledge Bowl. Let’s finish strong!

SCHEDULE FOR THE DAY:

  • 8:45 – Released from first period through sixth period; report immediately to flag pole for bus loading.
  • 9:00 – Depart for Longview
  • 10:15 – Arrive, deliver equipment and meet materials, pick up packets, eat sack lunch and/or visit grocery store across the street – Lower Columbia College Gym.
  • 11:30 – Opening and Welcome Assembly (All Varsity and JV teams) – LCC Gym.
  • 12:00 – Written Round Begins – LCC Gym (Varsity & JV).
  • 1:00 – Oral Round #1 – Assigned Rooms.
  • 2:00 – Oral Round #2 – Assigned Rooms.
  • 3:00 – “Championship” Oral Round – Assigned Rooms.
  • 4:15 – Final Results, Awards (All Teams) – LCC Student Center.
  • 5:00 – Dinner at Vernie’s Pizza … team or group of choice need to place order by 8:00 AM on the morning of the meet.  Sometimes we are offered a school rate that’s usually something like this = 1 Large 2-Topping Pizza – $9.00 + Tax; 1 Large Specialty Pizza – $18 + Tax; 10 slices/pie; similar discounts are usually applied to smaller/larger pizzas: Vernie’s Pizza Order Form
  • 6:00 – Depart for CHS
  • 7:00 – 7:30 – Arrive at CHS

Competition Locations – Both the Varsity and the JV competitions will take place on the campus of LCC.

Substitutions – Substitutions in both the varsity and JV meets will be allowed only once during an oral round, after question #25, since each oral round will consist of 50 questions.

“Championship” Round – The 3rd Oral Round will be conducted as a Championship Round. Scores obtained previously during the day will be used to determine how teams are grouped for this round. Only the scores obtained during the 3rd Oral Round will determine final team places. All ties will be broken as needed.

Breaking Ties – Ties between rounds will be broken by comparing previous scores. For example, if a tie exists after Oral #1, the written round score will be used, while if a tie exists after Oral #2, the scores after Oral #1 will be used, and so on. If these are also tied, a coin toss will be used. The only exceptions are when state qualifying places are involved at the end of Oral Round #2 or the Championship Round (Oral Round #3). In such a case, a 10-question playoff will be held for the two teams involved (or 15 questions for three teams). If still tied, questions will be read in sets of 5 until the tie is broken.

Qualifying for State – The top two finishing 4A schools, the top four 3A schools, the top three 2A schools, the top three 1A schools, and the top two B schools will each qualify a team for the State Tournament. (Keep in mind the state rule that each school may send only one team to state.)

State Meet T-Shirts – Please note that on the state website you will find information about ordering this year’s commemorative State Meet T-Shirt. This is our fundraiser for the year, so please consider buying a shirt, whether you’re going to State or not.

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2020 State Tournament Fundraiser

The 2020 Knowledge Bowl State Tournament is just over a month away. As per past tradition, Camas has taken on the opportunity of designing and selling a commemorative shirt for this event as a fundraiser for our program to help cover and offset transportation and other fees associated with this awesome activity. Our friends at BrainlessTees have once again partnered with us to make this happen. Check out the test run of this year’s design. And, better yet, buy one here if you’d like to support the program: https://www.brainlesstees.com/knowledgebowl

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RR#4 Results for 2/5/20 @ WHS

Greetings, Knowledge Bowlers!

Camas Knowledge Bowl rolled to victory in style last Wednesday night (2/5/20) and concluded the 2019-20 regular season with an exclamation point.

Here’s a recap of the night’s competition:

  • Varsity – 1st , 2nd, 3rd, 6th, and 8th out of 15
    • Camas Varsity #1 had another impressive night that earned them first place overall at the meet as they pulled off a 4th straight victory scoring at least 100 or more points … WOW! As you might suspect, this final performance for them cements their place as the high scoring team in the Gorge League, as well as tying them for first overall in the SW WA Region. Nice!
    • Congrats, Camas Varsity #1! This team is made up of Michael B, Edward B., Jordan C., Jaden K., Junha L., and Steven S.
    • Camas #2 also had a very strong night, reaching the coveted 100 point total that only a few teams ever get close to cracking. Bravo, Camas #2: Alex G., Tyler G., Andrew K., Akash P., Ben S., and George W.
    • And here are the final Regional standings: Varsity SW Washington FINAL Regional Standings
  • JV – 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, and 8th out of 15
    • For JV, the first place winners were, once again, JV#1: Jackson C., Khoi D., Minjae D., Ashton D., Jeremy M., and Sunny W.  With this victory they sealed the deal on their goal to be first in League and first overall in Region.  Bravo!
    • Here are the final Regional standings for JV: JV SW Washington FINAL Regional Standings.
    • Remember: The top nine JV teams in the Region are invited to the JV Regional Tourney at the end of the season, but only two teams per school are allowed to attend.
    • This year we will be represented by JV#1 and JV#5. JV#5 took 2nd overall in League and 3rd overall in Region. JV#5 is Finn L., Jacob L., Nicholas L., Ishan M., Adrian S., and Aiden S. Congratulations!

Knowledge Bowlers, this concludes the regular season, but we still have the Regional Tournament to look forward to and hopefully State beyond that. Practices for all Regional teams and anyone who is interested will continue through February 21st. The Southwest Washington Regional Tournament is slated for Monday, 2/24/20. This will be an all day event for all Varsity teams and the 2 JV teams that we qualified, so please plan accordingly. I’ll publish more info on this in the upcoming weeks.

Cheers!

Coach Greene and Coach Bohac.

RR#4 VARSITY
School Written Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
Camas #1 50 32 134 29 111 1
Camas #2 48 26 135 26 100 2
Camas #3 45 22 137 23 90 3
Washougal 49 19 136 20 88 4
Union #1 46 13 138 25 84 5
Camas #5 43 11 134 8 62 6
Columbia Adv. 37 9 137 15 61 7
Camas #4 36 11 136 14 61 8
White Salmon #1 40 13 135 7 60 9
White Salmon #2 38 5 138 8 51 10
Stevenson #1 32 10 134 6 48 11
Union #2 36 5 135 5 46 12
White Salmon #3 33 4 136 6 43 13
Stevenson #2 32 5 137 2 39 14
PCIA 22 5 138 2 29 15

 

RR#4 JUNIOR VARSITY
School Written Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
Camas #1 37 23 139 28 88 1
Camas #5 43 19 174 21 83 2
Union #1 41 13 151 28 82 3
Camas #4 45 16 133 19 80 4
Camas #3 37 8 174 13 58 5
White Salmon #3 30 9 133 8 47 6
Union #2 27 10 151 7 44 7
Camas #2 28 8 174 6 42 8
White Salmon #1 32 6 139 3 41 9
Columbia Adv. #1 24 4 127 11 39 10
PCIA 28 4 133 4 36 11
Washougal 21 6 127 8 35 12
Columbia Adv. #2 26 5 139 2 33 13
Stevenson 25 5 151 2 32 14
White Salmon #2 23 4 127 4 31 15

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Skyridge Teams and Meet/Practice Rotation

Greetings, Skyridge Knowledge Bowlers!

It’s hard to believe it, but we’re a mere few days away from the start of the regular season for middle school Knowledge Bowl.  This message is an important review of our teams and the meet and practice rotation process that I’ll share with kids in practice today.

As mentioned in our introductory welcome letter, we can only offer five regular season meets AND the district tournament for each student this year in a rotating schedule of meets and practices due to our excellent participation in this program. We are somewhat unusual in this respect.  Whereas each school at each meet brings three teams of 6-8 players and very often has trouble filling those slots, we have a whopping 5 teams with roughly 6 on each squad, totaling about 31 knowledge bowlers in our program this year. You can see our “dilemma”.

To help make sense of this rotation schedule, I’ve pasted in below a link to a document that includes the students’ teams, as well as the meets they’ll be competing in this year.  As you review this document, keep the following in mind:

  • I always try to balance teams with a random combination of 6th, 7th, and 8th graders to ensure the best possible chance for success for all teams and good learning and mentoring opportunities for the kids.
  • We use Greek alphabet letters (alpha, beta, gamma, etc.) for our team names for the purpose of organizing ourselves internally, but in competition we are always named as either Skyridge 1, 2, or 3.
  • Alpha isn’t greater than beta; beta isn’t greater than gamma, etc. Placement on any team is random.
  • If you’re trying to find which room your student is in at competition, you’ll need to know both their team name and Skyridge team number.
  • I can help translate any or all of this if you’re unsure, but the link below should help you and the students figure out when they’re competing, where they’re competing, and what their team designation (Skyridge 1, 2, or 3) will be for that meet.
  • Here’s the link: https://goo.gl/Wnxe7r

Next week on 1/21, we will host Pacific and Jemtegaard at Skyridge for our first meet of the season.  Three of our five teams will compete that day. If you’ve never experienced knowledge bowl before, note that each meet consists of a written round and two oral rounds.  We try to start the written portion of the meet by about 3:50-4:00. The two oral rounds will usually be concluded shortly after/around 6:00-6:15 PM.  So students should be ready for pick up by about 6:15-6:30 on meet days (later on away meets), provided all schools show up on time and the meet goes smoothly.  If you’ve never witnessed knowledge bowl before, I’d encourage you to check it out.  Be assured that parents are always welcome at the meets.  The written round isn’t very good for spectators, but the oral rounds that usually start about 4:15ish are pretty fun to watch.

I’ll go over all of this with students in practice today. If you have any questions about the info in this message, please feel free to email me.  As always, thank you for your support.

Cheers!

P.S. Don’t forget to check out the recently updated Google practice/meet calendar, too. This year students will attend practices with their teams on a rotating basis, starting next week, with three of our five teams at each practice. Here’s the calendar link: https://goo.gl/BuXLcV

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SW WA Regional Standings Updated

The other schools in our Region just squeezed in their meets last night before the weather affected their ability to have the high school RR#3. Here are the updated standings for our Region:

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RR# 3 Results

Greetings, Knowledge Bowlers!

Camas Knowledge Bowl rolled to victory last Wednesday night (1/8/20), besting the Titans of Union and others from the League in our 3rd regular season Round Robin tournament of the year.

Here’s a recap of the night’s competition:

  • Varsity – 1st , 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 8th out of 15.
    • Camas Varsity #1 had another impressive night that earned them first place overall as they pulled off another +100 point victory, beating the next closest team by a convincing margin.
    • Congrats, Camas Varsity #1! This team is made up of Michael B, Edward B., Jordan C., Jaden K., Junha L., and Steven S.
    • As has largely been the case this season, that next closest team was the ever present and persistent Camas Varsity #3 who trailed behind them by only 13 points. They are Owen B., Daniel D., Lucas M., Julian M., Mark R., and Sonnet S.  Congrats, Camas Varsity #3!
    • The other schools in the region haven’t yet had meet #3 (scheduled for 1/15/20), so nothing new to report on the regional standing. Here’s where it stood as of last meet: Varsity SW Washington Regional Standings
  • JV – 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 11th out of 15.
    • For JV, the first place winners, with a convincingly sound score of 90, were the following JV#1 sophomore phenoms: Jackson C., Khoi D., Minjae D., Ashton D., Jeremy M., and Sunny W.
    • And here are the league/regional standings for JV … but they haven’t been updated yet:  JV SW Washington Regional Standings.
    • Remember: The top nine JV teams in the regions get invited to the JV Regional Tourney at the end of the season, but only three teams per school are allowed to attend. We are in the hunt to send three teams. Let’s finish strong and make that a fact!

Our final Round Robin meet of the year is set for February 5th, at Washougal High School. I’ll publish info about this in the near future.

Cheers!

RR#3 VARSITY
School Written Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
Camas #1 46 35 401 23 104 1
Camas #3 47 23 402 21 91 2
Camas #4 46 16 405 25 87 3
Camas #2 43 20 404 20 83 4
Washougal 44 20 403 15 79 5
Union #1 40 18 401 14 72 6
Columbia Adv. 39 10 402 13 62 7
Camas #5 35 13 403 14 62 8
Union #2 33 15 404 9 57 9
White Salmon #1 35 8 405 11 54 10
Stevenson #1 32 9 403 13 54 11
White Salmon #2 36 4 404 8 48 12
PCIA 32 10 401 5 47 13
White Salmon #3 35 6 402 4 45 14
Stevenson #2 26 1 405 8 35 15

 

RR#3 JUNIOR VARSITY
School Written Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
Camas #1 38 25 303 27 90 1
Union #1 35 28 304 17 80 2
Camas #3 41 23 301 12 76 3
Camas #5 33 23 305 15 71 4
Camas #4 32 12 301 11 55 5
Union #2 30 9 303 5 44 6
Washougal 29 6 301 9 44 7
Columbia Adv. #2 32 6 304 4 42 8
PCIA 28 8 305 6 42 9
White Salmon #3 26 5 308 9 40 10
Camas #2 23 9 305 8 40 11
White Salmon #1 26 6 304 6 38 12
Columbia Adv. #1 30 3 303 3 36 13
Stevenson 26 4 308 1 31 14
White Salmon #2 23 2 308 3 28 15

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Round Robin #2 Results 12/04/19

Camas Knowledge Bowl had a great showing last night here at Camas High School, knowledge bowling its way to top ten finishes against others from the League in our 2nd Round Robin tournament of the year. There were over 150 students and 7 schools involved in this, not to mention the 30+ adults who volunteered their time/resources to make this possible (see below for a full listing of them …).

Here’s how it played out:

  • Varsity – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th out of 15.
    • Camas Varsity #1 had an impressive night that earned them first place overall with 104 points total! They were closely trailed by Camas #2 (90 points) and Camas #4 (87 points). By the way, Camas Varsity #1 is currently in first place overall in our region out of 9 schools classified as 4A.
    • Congrats, Camas Varsity #1!  This team is made up of Michael B, Edward B., Jordan C., Jaden K., Junha L., and Steven S.
    • If you’d like to see how this shakes out in the region, have a look here: Varsity Regional Standings
  • JV – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 6th out of 15.
    • For JV, the first place winners, with a convincingly sound score of 95, were the following JV#1 sophomore phenoms: Jackson C., Khoi D., Minjae D., Ashton D., Jeremy M., and Sunny W.
    • And here are the regional standings for all Junior Varsity teams:  JV Regional Standings.
    • Looking ahead to February, keep in mind that the top 9 JV teams in the region (and all Varsity teams …) get invited to the Southwest Washington Regional Tourney at the end of the season, but each school is allowed only 2 JV entrants, despite the fact that we routinely qualify all of our teams for this tournament since we typically place in the top 9. We call this “The Camas Rule” :^)

    Congratulations, Camas Knowledge Bowl.  I’ve pasted the complete meet scores in below for your reference if you wanted to see the specifics.  Coach Bohac and I are very proud of you all. Our next meet is January 8th, 2020, at Union High School.

    Thanks for your continued support,

    Coach Greene & Bohac

    P.S.  A special thanks to the Camas community and staff at CHS who helped make this meet possible by reading, timing, allowing us to use their rooms, etc.  These sorts of activities simply aren’t possible without that support, so a special thanks to them for giving back and helping to provide students with a quality, competitive, team-based activity.  The volunteers are, in no particular order … Liza Sejkora, Dale Croswell,  Alex Neal, Tom and Barb Crozier, Erik Wiitanen, Kevin and Amy Leetham, Linda Kimball, Lori Lackland, Ryan VanDuzor, Mark Breakey, Shou Chiu, Denice Valent, Sarah Segall, Bruce Anderson, Bob Harper, Michael Newton, Wade Owens, Geoff Thompson, Omar Sankari, Sarah Warta, Phil Wendell, CHS Custodial, Heather Siewert, Joe Farland, Stacey Nilles, Jeanne Jarvis, Rebecca Shaw, Julie Cook, Cory Marshall, Ryan Josephson, and Dawn Gilbertson.

RR#2 VARSITY
School Written Room Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
Camas #1 49 705 26 705 29 104 1
Camas #2 46 706 21 709 23 90 2
Camas #4 45 710 26 706 16 87 3
Camas #3 42 709 24 710 18 84 4
Camas #5 41 711 19 711 22 82 5
Union #1 40 705 13 706 21 74 6
Columbia Adv. 39 706 13 710 20 72 7
White Salmon #1 42 706 13 705 12 67 8
Washougal 41 705 11 709 15 67 9
Union #2 36 711 16 711 10 62 10
White Salmon #2 34 709 11 706 9 54 11
Stevenson #1 35 710 11 705 6 52 12
White Salmon #3 36 710 5 709 4 45 13
PCIA 33 709 8 710 3 44 14
Stevenson #2 26 711 4 711 1 31 15

 

RR#2 JUNIOR VARSITY
School Written Room Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
Camas #1 42 702 27 702 26 95 1
Camas #4 41 707 27 703 21 89 2
Camas #5 41 712 22 704 19 82 3
Camas #3 40 704 18 707 21 79 4
Washougal 32 702 9 704 12 53 5
Camas #2 34 703 15 702 2 51 6
Columbia Adv. #2 33 704 7 707 9 49 7
Union #1 32 702 8 702 8 48 8
Columbia Adv. #1 30 703 12 703 4 46 9
Union #2 29 712 11 703 6 46 10
White Salmon #2 22 704 8 712 13 43 11
PCIA 24 707 8 704 7 39 12
White Salmon #3 25 707 5 707 3 33 13
White Salmon #1 19 703 9 712 4 32 14
Stevenson 16 712 5 712 8 29 15

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RR# 1 Meet Results

CHS Knowledge Bowl traversed the Gorge last night to compete in the 1st meet of the season at White Salmon.  We did very well. @PapermakersArmy, @timdotfox, @lizasejkora, @Camasonian_

On the Varsity side of things, we had a great night, with Camas taking  1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 7th out of 15. Camas #1 was locked in a close battle with Camas #4 for top varsity honors at the meet. In the end, Camas #1 edged out #4, but it was very close. Notably, these two teams each broke the 100 total point mark scoring 108 and 104 respectively.  FYI, any time a team breaks 100, you can be assured that they are performing at the top levels in knowledge bowl.  Congrats to both of the teams for an outstanding performance. Camas #1 is made up of Michael Bargenda, Edward Bogachuk, Jordan Chase, Jaden Kim, Junha Lee, and Steven Sturges. Camas #4 is another group of seniors composed of Ben Glassmire, Thomas Hull, Bailey Segall, Walter Scheldorf, Mackenzie Snell, and Odessa Thompson.

Junior Varsity also had a very strong showing taking 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 6th out of 15. Top honors went to JV #1, a team of sophomores who scored a very solid 90 points to convincingly claim 1st place.  They are Jackson Chase, Khoi Dam, Minjae Dang., Ashton Doane, Jeremy Mohn, and Sunny Wang. Bravo!

If you’d like to see how things are shaking out in the League/Region, check out the standings: Varsity Regional Standings & JV Regional Standings.  If you didn’t already recall this, our region ranges from about Longview in the north, to Ilwaco in the west, to White Salmon in the east.  What a great start to the season for Camas. Well done!

Our next meet is Wednesday, December 4th, at Camas High School.

RR#1 VARSITY
School Written Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
Camas #1 48 27 1A 33 108 1
Camas #4 51 32 P2 21 104 2
Camas #2 52 23 7A 24 99 3
Camas #3 39 26 8A 25 90 4
Union #1 42 17 P3 18 77 5
Columbia Adv. 44 14 P2 15 73 6
Camas #5 37 16 7A 13 66 7
White Salmon #1 36 8 P3 16 60 8
White Salmon #3 38 10 1A 9 57 9
Washougal 37 9 8A 9 55 10
Stevenson #1 38 4 P2 7 49 11
White Salmon #2 34 7 1A 4 45 12
PCIA 30 5 8A 8 43 13
Union #2 37 4 7A 1 42 14
Stevenson #2 28 1 P3 3 32 15

 

RR#1 JUNIOR VARSITY
School Written Oral #1 Room Oral #2 TOTAL Place
Camas #1 41 24 3A 25 90 1
Camas #5 40 24 P1 21 85 2
Camas #3 41 18 5A 16 75 3
Camas #4 36 16 9A 18 70 4
Washougal 31 11 P1 18 60 5
Camas #2 36 15 3A 7 58 6
Union #1 32 8 5A 16 56 7
Union #2 34 5 9A 7 46 8
Columbia Adv. #2 24 11 9A 9 44 9
Columbia Adv. #1 32 3 3A 5 40 10
White Salmon #2 24 11 5A 5 40 11
White Salmon #1 24 8 4A 7 39 12
White Salmon #3 31 4 P1 3 38 13
Stevenson 21 5 4A 11 37 14
PCIA 12 4 4A 2 18 15

 

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Round Robin Meet #1 Info

Greetings, Knowledge Bowlers!

Our 1st meet of the season is scheduled for next Wednesday, 11/06/19, at White Salmon Columbia High School. Please note that this is a shift from what was originally scheduled to be a meet at Columbia Adventist Academy; we had to shift locations due to transportation issues.  Here are the details:

  • Students will be released at 12:10, directly after A lunch or somewhere near the middle or just after the beginning of your 4th period class.
    • Your teachers will have been notified, but please make individual arrangements with your 4th through 6th period teachers for work missed that Wednesday.
  • Upon release, report immediately to the flagpole bus loading area in front of CHS. We will depart by 12:15.
    • Bring homework and anything you’d like to work on with you on this trip.
    • A lunch students will have had a chance to get lunch, but B lunch students will need to bring a sack lunch to eat on the bus. 
    • A Lunch crew, please swing by 710 after release to help collect equipment for trip, etc.
    • B Lunch crew, please collect our practice equipment and have that ready to take with us on the bus.
  • We should arrive at White Salmon Columbia High School by about 2:00 PM. If the meet goes well, we plan to be wrapping up competition by about 5:30-6:00 PM.
  • We will have dinner en route home. At this point, it looks like we’ll be stopping at Pietro’s Pizza in Hood River.  Students will need to bring money for dinner and/or a dinner of their own.
    • Think about a group of people you could share an order with.  Ordering in groups will save us a lot of time. I’ll have groups start calling in orders after you complete your 2nd oral round and while we’re waiting for the final scores to be tallied:  541-386-1606.  Menu here: Pietro’s Pizza Menu
  • If all goes as planned, we should be arriving back at CHS between 8:30-9:00 PM.
    • Please have a ride ready by calling/texting ahead as our return time gets more and more clear.

If for some reason you’re unable to make it to the meet and you haven’t yet informed me and your team, you need to let us know immediately.  Please email if you have questions.

Cheers!

Mr. Greene and Mr. Bohac

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