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|highschool = [[Laurel Springs]] (2019-)
 
|highschool = [[Laurel Springs]] (2019-)
|middleschool = [[Laurel Springs]] (2017 - 2019), Independent (2016 - 2017)
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Self-proclaimed NHBB/Quizbowl enthusiast from an online school known by the name [[Laurel Springs]] (Class of 2023). Hockey Analytics and Computer Science geek. TD for [http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=104&t=22615 NHBB Online].
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'''Ameya Singh''' is a self-proclaimed NHBB/Quizbowl enthusiast and allegedly a player from [[Laurel Springs]] (Class of 2023). He is a noted computer science and hockey analytics geek and became the founder and de facto club president of the Laurel Springs QB/NHBB team. <br/>
==Career achievements==
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==Career==
* Ranked 22nd (Peaked at 6th) at 2016 NHBB Nationals (Elementary Bee)
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Singh made his NHBB debut at the 2016 MS NHBB Los Angeles Regionals, where he placed 2nd, qualifying for Nationals. At the NHBB Nationals in Chicago, Singh ranked 22nd nationwide at the Elementary Bee.
* Won the 2019 NHBB SoCal Championships (MS Bowl, solo)
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* Won the 2018 NHBB SoCal Championships (JV Bee)
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Following a hiatus in the 16-17 season, he continued competing in regional NHBB events for the next 2 years, his most notable accomplishments being winning the JV Bee at the 2018 NHBB SoCal Championships, and a solo win at the MS Bowl at the 2019 NHBB SoCal Championships. He also had back-to-back wins at the 2018 and 2019 MS SoCal Regional Bees.
* Won the 2018, 2019 NHBB SoCal Regionals (MS Bee)
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* Runner-up in 2016 NHBB Los Angeles Regional Championship (Elementary Division)
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Ameya made his quizbowl debut at Prison Bowl XII Online, where he recorded [https://hsquizbowl.org/db/tournaments/5861/stats/overall/teamdetail/#t6 11.11 PPG], although he led the Laurel Springs team in powers.
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[[Category: People]]
 
[[Category: People]]
 
[[Category:Middle school players active in 2016]]
 
[[Category:Middle school players active in 2016]]

Revision as of 23:22, 28 October 2019

Ameya Singh
Noted Subjects:
History, Sports, Current Events, Computer Science
Current Collegiate Team None
Past Collegiate Teams None
High School Team Laurel Springs (2019-)
Middle School Team Laurel Springs (2017 - 2019), Homeschool (2015 - 2017)

Ameya Singh is a self-proclaimed NHBB/Quizbowl enthusiast and allegedly a player from Laurel Springs (Class of 2023). He is a noted computer science and hockey analytics geek and became the founder and de facto club president of the Laurel Springs QB/NHBB team.

Career

Singh made his NHBB debut at the 2016 MS NHBB Los Angeles Regionals, where he placed 2nd, qualifying for Nationals. At the NHBB Nationals in Chicago, Singh ranked 22nd nationwide at the Elementary Bee.

Following a hiatus in the 16-17 season, he continued competing in regional NHBB events for the next 2 years, his most notable accomplishments being winning the JV Bee at the 2018 NHBB SoCal Championships, and a solo win at the MS Bowl at the 2019 NHBB SoCal Championships. He also had back-to-back wins at the 2018 and 2019 MS SoCal Regional Bees.

Ameya made his quizbowl debut at Prison Bowl XII Online, where he recorded 11.11 PPG, although he led the Laurel Springs team in powers.