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  • ...inner of each award was given 100 dollars; each individual can win as many awards as he or she is eligible for [http://hsquizbowl.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f= In [[2012]], the first annual National Quizbowl Award winners were determined by ballots issued online and on paper at the
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  • ..., she was nominated for Player of the Year through the [[National Quizbowl Awards]].
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  • ...-Rhodes Memorial Scholarship''' is available to students who are active in quizbowl and community service and who have financial need. High school seniors can [[Category:Quizbowl awards]]
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  • ...am and was nominated for Coach of the Year in the 2018 [[National Quizbowl Awards]].
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  • The '''MOQBA Values Award''' is an award established by the [[Missouri Quizbowl Alliance]] to recognize students who are shining examples to their peers by [[Category:Quizbowl awards]]
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  • ...are an award created by [[Fred Morlan]] under the [[HSQBRank]] banner. The awards were first given out in 2015 before the [[NAQT HSNCT]] and [[PACE NSC]] wer [[Category:Quizbowl awards]]
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  • ...neg prize. As usual, Charlie and company recite his three rules of playing quizbowl at the beginning of each tournament. Its 16th edition was held in 2013. [[Category:High school quizbowl in Tennessee]]
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  • Welcome to the '''Quizbowl Wiki''' (QBWiki), a compendium of information on Quizbowl, from middle school up to the masters level. If you are new to Quizbowl, start with the "Introduction to Quizbowl" series that you can see to the right.
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  • [[Category:Quizbowl awards]]
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  • |Caption = Official Logo for the [//gpqb.wordpress.com/ Greater Pennsylvania Quizbowl Resource] .... Founded in July 2014, it was previously known as '''Greater Philadelphia Quizbowl Resource''' until its expansion to all of Pennsylvania in June 2015.
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  • ...onsidered a [[the circuit|circuit]] tournament and has involved many [[bad quizbowl]] practices in previous years. Most recently, Moon Pie has been edited by [ ...Pie which often features prominently in the pre-tournament meeting and/or awards ceremony.
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  • ===Awards=== ...team which took third at the tournament. [http://justpredictions.webs.com/quizbowl/09ACFFall_teamdetail.html#t7]
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  • {{Succession_box_(Individual)|Individual Honor = [[National Quizbowl Awards|National High School Player of the Year]] [[Category: High school quizbowl in Texas]]
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  • {{Succession_box_(Individual)|Individual Honor = [[National Quizbowl Awards|National High School Player of the Year]] [[Category: High school quizbowl in Michigan]]
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  • ...Quizbowl Alliance]] to recognize contributions made by students to improve quizbowl in the state of Missouri. The award is presented on an as-needed basis at t ...High School]] for their numerous commitments to encourage participation in quizbowl by elementary and middle school students.
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  • ...e or she may have extensive experience in high school and/or middle school quizbowl). A team is eligible for Division II if all of its players are eligible for ...ve all teams play together on the same questions, but give some separate [[awards]]. Few or no other tournaments use the Division I/Division II notion.
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  • Libertyville's quizbowl team is perhaps noted for two distinct facts. ==IHSSBCA Individual Awards==
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  • ...class of 2017 at the [[University of Chicago]]. He won numerous top scorer awards during his high-school career, and led the Ladue team to being the best in Max played on Ladue's B team for most of the season, and won high scorer awards at the [[Missouri Fall Academic Tournament]] and the [[Villa Duchesne Tourn
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  • [[Category:Quizbowl awards]]
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