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{{Highschoolteam|Name = South Callaway Bulldogs
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|citystate = Mokane, MO
 
|citystate = Mokane, MO
|currentcoach = Greg Buschjost & Carrie Busalacki
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|currentcoach = Jeannie Sneller
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|nats appearances = SSNCT: [[2017 SSNCT|2017]]
 
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'''South Callaway High School''' is a public high school in Mokane, Missouri, which has fielded a quizbowl team for quite a few years.
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'''South Callaway High School''' is a small public high school in Mokane, Missouri. The quiz bowl ("Scholar Bowl") team has seen several years of regional success. The district's middle school also fields a 7th and 8th grade team which competes with other middle schools and junior highs in the area, while elementary schoolers from the district are able to compete in a tossups-only event within the [[Show-Me Conference]].
  
The high school team is coached by SCHS science teachers Greg Buschjost and Carrie Busalacki and was previously coached by Earl Williamson and Jim Farthing.  The middle school also fields a team, coached by Kelly Hanna, which competes with other middle schools and junior highs in the area.
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==MSHSAA History==
  
==MSHSAA History==
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{| class=wikitable
*1996 - Placed second in the [[MSHSAA]] state championships, losing to [[Richland]].  At this time, the school was in MSHSAA class 2.
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*1997 - Placed fourth in the MSHSAA state Class 2 championships.
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! Year
*1998-2004 - No information available.
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! Class/District
*2005 - Placed second in the MSHSAA district championships of Class 3, District 4, losing to Osage.
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! District Result
*2006 - Champions of the C3D4 tournament.  Placed fourth in the MSHSAA state Class 3 championships.
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! Sectional/State Result
*2007, 2008- Placed second in the C3D4 championships, losing to [[Hallsville]].
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! Conference Result
*2009 - Placed second in the C3D7 championships, losing to Hallsville.
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|-
*2010 - Did not proceed to afternoon finals in C3D7.
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| 1992-1995
*2011 - Eliminated in C2D8 semifinals with a loss to Eugene.
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| colspan="3" | [[MACA|Missouri Academic Association]] era - No information available
*2012 - Did not proceed to afternoon finals in C2D8.
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| ''Little Dixie Conference (through 2006)''
*2013 - Placed third in the C2D4 championships.
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|-
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| 1996
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| rowspan="2" | Class 2 <br> District Unknown
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| '''Winner'''
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| No sectionals <br> '''State: 2nd Place''' (lost finals match to [[Richland]])
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| Unknown
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|-
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| 1997  
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| '''Winner'''
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| No sectionals <br> '''State: 4th Place'''
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| Unknown
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|-|
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| 1998-2004
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| Unknown
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| Unknown
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| Unknown
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| Unknown
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|-|
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| 2005
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| rowspan="4" | C3D4
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| 2nd Place (to [[Osage]])
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| did not advance
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| LDC regular season champions
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|-|
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| 2006
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| '''Winner''' over Osage <br> Host of district tournament
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| No sectionals <br> '''State: 4th Place'''
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| LDC regular season champions
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| 2007
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| 2nd Place (to [[Hallsville]])
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| did not advance
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| ''Mid-Missouri Conference (2006-2012)'' <br> MMC regular season and tournament champions
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|-
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| 2008
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| 2nd Place (to Hallsville)
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| did not advance
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| MMC Tournament: 2nd Place (to Hallsville)
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|-
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| 2009
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| rowspan="2" | C3D7
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| 2nd Place (to Hallsville)
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| did not advance
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| MMC Tournament: 2nd Place (to Hallsville)
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|-
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| 2010
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| did not qualify for playoffs
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| did not advance
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| Unknown
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|-
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| 2011
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| rowspan="2" | C2D8
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| eliminated in playoffs by [[Eugene]]
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| did not advance
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| Unknown
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|-
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| 2012
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| did not qualify for playoffs
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| did not advance
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| MMC Tournament: 3rd Place
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|-
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| 2013
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| rowspan="2" | C2D4
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| eliminated in playoffs by [[New Haven]]
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| did not advance
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| ''Show-Me Conference (2012-present)'' <br> SMC Tournament: 5th Place
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|-
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| 2014
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| 2nd Place (to New Haven)
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| did not advance
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| SMC Tournament: 6th Place
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|-
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| 2015
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| rowspan="2" | C3D6
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| eliminated in playoffs by Osage
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| did not advance
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| Unknown
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|-
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| 2016
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| eliminated in playoffs by Osage
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| did not advance
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| SMC Tournament: 4th Place
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|-
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| 2017
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| rowspan="2" | C2D9
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| '''Winner''' over [[Fayette]]
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| Lost sectionals to [[Calvary Lutheran]]
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| SMC Tournament: 5th Place
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|-
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| 2018
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| '''Winner''' over [[New Franklin]]
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| Lost sectionals to Calvary Lutheran
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| SMC Tournament: 4th Place
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|-
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| 2019
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| C3D13
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| did not qualify for playoffs
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| did not advance
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| SMC Tournament: 5th Place
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|-
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|}
  
 
==Opponents and Rivalries==
 
==Opponents and Rivalries==
South Callaway formerly competed in the Mid-Missouri Conference against teams from Southern Boone, North Callaway, Harrisburg, and Hallsville. In 2012, the school became a member of the Show-Me Conference alongside nine other schools, including a very active [[Tuscumbia]] program.
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South Callaway formerly competed in the [[Mid-Missouri Conference]] against teams from [[Southern Boone]], [[North Callaway]], [[Harrisburg]], and [[Hallsville]]. In 2012, the school became a member of the Show-Me Conference alongside nine other schools, including a very active [[Tuscumbia]] program.
  
The school was classified by MSHSAA as Class 3, District 4 in the 2004 and 2006 cycles, and as Class 3, District 7 in the 2008 cycle, when the number of districts was doubled and the sectionals system was created. By 2010, enrollment numbers forced South Callaway to be bumped to Class 2, where they were placed in District 8. The 2012 cycle saw a move to Class 2, District 4.
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The school has oscillated between Class 2 and Class 3 in MSHSAA's system, and being centrally located, has also changed district numbers within classes many times.
  
The school's largest rivalry was by far that with Hallsville, a formidable conference and district opponent. Some regional rivalries are present against schools like Fulton, Eugene, Fatima and Southern Boone.
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The school's largest historical rivalry was by far that with Hallsville, a formidable conference and district opponent. The team has also played several high profile matches against teams from Osage and New Haven.
  
 
==Tournament Attendance==
 
==Tournament Attendance==
South Callaway's tournament attendance has been consistently sparse or nonexistent in recent years. The schedule had mostly consisted of conference duals, a conference tournament and the occasional county tournament. In 2008, the team attended multiple tournaments, including the [[Warrenton Tournament|Warrenton Warrior Classic]] and the [[William Woods Academic Tournament]]. Despite fervent invitation from the [[Missouri]] team at a location less than an hour away, the team has not yet entered any of Missouri's tournaments. Increased awareness of [[MOQBA]] events in the area and the presence of MOQBA secretary [[Alex Dzurick]] as a former middle school coach may lead to a South Callaway team eventually becoming more active in the circuit.
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While South Callaway's schedule for many years was dominated by conference matches (largely duals or small round-robin events), the team has started to sporadically attend more Saturday tournaments. In 2008, the team attended multiple MSHSAA-style tournaments, including the [[Warrenton Tournament|Warrenton Warrior Classic]] and the [[William Woods Academic Tournament]]. Since then, an increasing number of [[MOQBA]]-certified events in the area has led to a South Callaway team slowly becoming more active in the local circuit, competing in a mixture of duals, MSHSAA-style events, and national-format events. It would appear that the 2013 [[Show-Me Conference]] tournament may have been the first nationals-format event that the high school team attended, with sporadic attendance at 20/20 events in subsequent years.
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===Significant Results===
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The team placed third in their division at the 2017 [[OMAR]], bettering their eighth-place finish from the previous year's iteration. By winning the 2017 St. Elizabeth Invitational (MSHSAA format on NAQT questions), the team earned and accepted a bid to the [[SSNCT]], where they went 4-5 in the Traditional Public division. In 2014-2015, the team played in 20/20 tournaments at [[Helias]] and [[Hallsville]] and a small after-school invitational at [[Calvary Lutheran]].
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==Hosting==
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South Callaway has hosted several conference and regional dual matches as well as MSHSAA district tournaments. The school announced that it would host the pyramidal South Callaway Invitational in the 2019 spring season, but the event ended up being canceled.
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==Middle School/Elementary==
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South Callaway's middle school program has become more active recently, such as by competing in recent iterations of the winter middle school tournament at Tuscumbia. The team has also competed in pyramidal quad tournaments at Hallsville.
  
==Middle School==
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The 6th grade team, coached by Alex Dzurick, competed at the 2013 Tuscumbia Winter tournament in the elementary division, taking home third place (6-2 record) in their first-ever outing. The 6th graders also attended the Show-Me Conference-sponsored Knowledge Bowl for elementary teams where they took 5th place in the 6th grade division. At the 2013 Knowledge Bowl, South Callaway's 5th grade team took home 1st place under coach Leah Cave. Two teams of 6th graders competed at the 2013 Tuscumbia Spring tournament where they took 3rd and 5th places, amassing records of 4-3 and 3-4.
South Callaway's middle school program has become more active recently. In 2013, the 7th & 8th grade team entered a pyramidal tournament in the area (Tuscumbia) in addition to playing local dual matches. The 6th grade team competed at the Tuscumbia Winter tournament, taking home third place in their first-ever outing, and also attended the conference-sponsored Knowledge Bowl for 3rd-6th grade teams. Two teams of 6th graders competed at the Tuscumbia Spring tournament where they took 3rd and 5th places.
 
  
==Active Alumni==
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==Alumni==
[[Alex Dzurick]] - formerly of [[Missouri]], former middle school coach (2012-2013)
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* [[Alex Dzurick]] (Class of 2008) - formerly of [[Illinois]] and [[Missouri]], former middle school coach (2012-2013)
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* [[Zoe Cooke]] (Class of 2017) - currently of [[WUSTL]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:25, 2 May 2019

South Callaway Bulldogs
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Location:
Mokane, MO
Club President None
Coaches Jeannie Sneller
State Championships
National Championships
National Appearances SSNCT: 2017
Program Status Active
School Size 262

South Callaway High School is a small public high school in Mokane, Missouri. The quiz bowl ("Scholar Bowl") team has seen several years of regional success. The district's middle school also fields a 7th and 8th grade team which competes with other middle schools and junior highs in the area, while elementary schoolers from the district are able to compete in a tossups-only event within the Show-Me Conference.

MSHSAA History

Year Class/District District Result Sectional/State Result Conference Result
1992-1995 Missouri Academic Association era - No information available Little Dixie Conference (through 2006)
1996 Class 2
District Unknown
Winner No sectionals
State: 2nd Place (lost finals match to Richland)
Unknown
1997 Winner No sectionals
State: 4th Place
Unknown
1998-2004 Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
2005 C3D4 2nd Place (to Osage) did not advance LDC regular season champions
2006 Winner over Osage
Host of district tournament
No sectionals
State: 4th Place
LDC regular season champions
2007 2nd Place (to Hallsville) did not advance Mid-Missouri Conference (2006-2012)
MMC regular season and tournament champions
2008 2nd Place (to Hallsville) did not advance MMC Tournament: 2nd Place (to Hallsville)
2009 C3D7 2nd Place (to Hallsville) did not advance MMC Tournament: 2nd Place (to Hallsville)
2010 did not qualify for playoffs did not advance Unknown
2011 C2D8 eliminated in playoffs by Eugene did not advance Unknown
2012 did not qualify for playoffs did not advance MMC Tournament: 3rd Place
2013 C2D4 eliminated in playoffs by New Haven did not advance Show-Me Conference (2012-present)
SMC Tournament: 5th Place
2014 2nd Place (to New Haven) did not advance SMC Tournament: 6th Place
2015 C3D6 eliminated in playoffs by Osage did not advance Unknown
2016 eliminated in playoffs by Osage did not advance SMC Tournament: 4th Place
2017 C2D9 Winner over Fayette Lost sectionals to Calvary Lutheran SMC Tournament: 5th Place
2018 Winner over New Franklin Lost sectionals to Calvary Lutheran SMC Tournament: 4th Place
2019 C3D13 did not qualify for playoffs did not advance SMC Tournament: 5th Place

Opponents and Rivalries

South Callaway formerly competed in the Mid-Missouri Conference against teams from Southern Boone, North Callaway, Harrisburg, and Hallsville. In 2012, the school became a member of the Show-Me Conference alongside nine other schools, including a very active Tuscumbia program.

The school has oscillated between Class 2 and Class 3 in MSHSAA's system, and being centrally located, has also changed district numbers within classes many times.

The school's largest historical rivalry was by far that with Hallsville, a formidable conference and district opponent. The team has also played several high profile matches against teams from Osage and New Haven.

Tournament Attendance

While South Callaway's schedule for many years was dominated by conference matches (largely duals or small round-robin events), the team has started to sporadically attend more Saturday tournaments. In 2008, the team attended multiple MSHSAA-style tournaments, including the Warrenton Warrior Classic and the William Woods Academic Tournament. Since then, an increasing number of MOQBA-certified events in the area has led to a South Callaway team slowly becoming more active in the local circuit, competing in a mixture of duals, MSHSAA-style events, and national-format events. It would appear that the 2013 Show-Me Conference tournament may have been the first nationals-format event that the high school team attended, with sporadic attendance at 20/20 events in subsequent years.

Significant Results

The team placed third in their division at the 2017 OMAR, bettering their eighth-place finish from the previous year's iteration. By winning the 2017 St. Elizabeth Invitational (MSHSAA format on NAQT questions), the team earned and accepted a bid to the SSNCT, where they went 4-5 in the Traditional Public division. In 2014-2015, the team played in 20/20 tournaments at Helias and Hallsville and a small after-school invitational at Calvary Lutheran.

Hosting

South Callaway has hosted several conference and regional dual matches as well as MSHSAA district tournaments. The school announced that it would host the pyramidal South Callaway Invitational in the 2019 spring season, but the event ended up being canceled.

Middle School/Elementary

South Callaway's middle school program has become more active recently, such as by competing in recent iterations of the winter middle school tournament at Tuscumbia. The team has also competed in pyramidal quad tournaments at Hallsville.

The 6th grade team, coached by Alex Dzurick, competed at the 2013 Tuscumbia Winter tournament in the elementary division, taking home third place (6-2 record) in their first-ever outing. The 6th graders also attended the Show-Me Conference-sponsored Knowledge Bowl for elementary teams where they took 5th place in the 6th grade division. At the 2013 Knowledge Bowl, South Callaway's 5th grade team took home 1st place under coach Leah Cave. Two teams of 6th graders competed at the 2013 Tuscumbia Spring tournament where they took 3rd and 5th places, amassing records of 4-3 and 3-4.

Alumni