2001 MSHSAA State Championship

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The 2001 MSHSAA State Championship was held May 5, 2001 at Rock Bridge High School in Columbia.

Class 1A

MSHSAA State Championship
(Class 1A)
Champion Koshkonong
Runner-up Thomas Jefferson
Third Mound City
Fourth Halfway
High scorer Jim Driscoll, Koshkonong
Editor/s The Question Bank
Site Rock Bridge
Field
Stats

Preliminary round results reconstructed based on available information. Teams/games marked with * have been deduced based on the tournament format and other confirmed data.

Round 1
Koshkonong def. Union Star
Halfway def. North Shelby
Thomas Jefferson def. Norborne
Mound City def.* Pilot Grove

Round 2
Koshkonong def. Mound City
Halfway def. Union Star
Thomas Jefferson def. North Shelby
Norborne def.* Pilot Grove

Round 3
Koshkonong 530 def. Norborne
Mound City def. Halfway
Thomas Jefferson def. Union Star
Pilot Grove def. North Shelby

Preliminary Round Standings
Koshkonong, Thomas Jefferson 3-0
Mound City*, Halfway 2-1
Pilot Grove*, Norborne* 1-2
North Shelby, Union Star 0-3

Semifinals
Koshkonong def. Halfway
Thomas Jefferson def. Mound City

Consolation
Mound City 265, Halfway 90

Championship Game
Koshkonong 300, Thomas Jefferson 230

Class 2

MSHSAA State Championship
(Class 2)
Champion Richland
Runner-up Lincoln
Third Glasgow
Fourth Purdy
High scorer Jason Mueller, Lincoln
Editor/s The Question Bank
Site Rock Bridge
Field
Stats

Preliminary round results reconstructed based on available information.

Round 1
Lincoln def. Valle Catholic
Richland 550 def. Lockwood
Purdy def. New Haven
Glasgow def. Worth County

Round 2
Valle Catholic def. Worth County
Richland def. Lincoln
Lockwood def. New Haven
Glasgow def. Purdy

Round 3
Purdy def. Valle Catholic
Richland def. Worth County
Lincoln def. New Haven
Glasgow def. Lockwood

Preliminary Round Standings
Richland, Glasgow 3-0
Lincoln, Purdy 2-1
Valle Catholic, Lockwood 1-2
New Haven, Worth County 0-3

Semifinals
Richland def. Purdy
Lincoln def. Glasgow

Consolation
Glasgow 240, Purdy 165

Championship Game
Richland 430, Lincoln 280

Class 3

MSHSAA State Championship
(Class 3)
Champion Salem
Runner-up Savannah
Third Lexington
Fourth Clark County
High scorer Greg Martin, Savannah
Editor/s The Question Bank
Site Rock Bridge
Field
Stats

Preliminary round results reconstructed based on available information. Actual results are not known; the scheduled matchups are listed with the assumed winner on left.

Round 1
Lexington def. New Madrid County Central
Sullivan vs. Boonville
Salem vs. Clark County
Savannah vs. Seneca

Round 2
Savannah def. New Madrid County Central
Lexington vs. Sullivan
Salem vs. Boonville
Clark County vs. Seneca

Round 3
Clark County def. New Madrid County Central
Savannah vs. Sullivan
Salem vs. Lexington
Seneca vs. Boonville

Preliminary Round Standings
Teams with a single record listed are definitely correct based on the available information.
Salem 3-0 (or 2-1)
Savannah 3-0 (or 2-1)
Lexington 2-1
Clark County 2-1
Sullivan 1-2
Seneca 1-2
Boonville 0-3 (or 1-2)
New Madrid County Central 0-3

Semifinals
Savannah def. Clark County
Salem def. Lexington

Consolation
Lexington 320, Clark County 230

Championship Game
Salem 335, Savannah 285

Class 4

MSHSAA State Championship
(Class 4)
Champion Nixa
Runner-up Liberty
Third Kirksville
Fourth Lee's Summit North
High scorer Adam Hill, Nixa
Editor/s The Question Bank
Site Rock Bridge
Field
Stats

Preliminary round results reconstructed based on available information and may not be completely accurate.

Round 1
Lee's Summit North 335, Central (Cape Girardeau) 245
Kirksville 480, SLUH 205
Liberty 340, Hannibal 290
Nixa def. Francis Howell Central

Round 2
Central (Cape Girardeau) def. Liberty
Lee's Summit North def. SLUH
Francis Howell Central vs. Kirksville
Nixa 415, Hannibal 240

Round 3
Central (Cape Girardeau) def. Nixa
Liberty 490, SLUH 245
Francis Howell Central def. Lee's Summit North
Kirksville def. Hannibal

Preliminary Round Standings
Teams with a single record listed are definitely correct based on the available information.
Nixa 2-1
Liberty 2-1
Kirksville 2-1 (or 3-0)
Lee's Summit North 2-1
Central (Cape Girardeau) 2-1
Francis Howell Central 2-1 (or 1-2)
SLUH 0-3
Hannibal 0-3

Semifinals
Nixa def. Lee's Summit North
Liberty def. Kirksville

Consolation
Kirksville 325, Lee's Summit North 235

Championship Game
Nixa 480, Liberty 290

Known Individual Totals

All-State recognition was given to the top eight in individual scoring in each class. Many actual rankings are not known, so it is possible (but unlikely) some unlisted individuals may have had higher totals.

Class 1A

1. Jim Driscoll, Koshkonong senior, 70 tossups (14.0/game)
?. Justin Wilson, Mound City, 50 tossups (10.0/game)
?. Bradley Knapp, Thomas Jefferson, 46 tossups (9.2/game)
?. Rebecca Porte, Thomas Jefferson, 45 tossups (9.0/game)
?. David DeMoss, Halfway, 45 tossups (9.0/game)

Class 2A

1. Jason Mueller, Lincoln senior, 95 tossups (19.0/game)
2. Kevin Smith, Richland, 86 tossups (17.2/game)
?. Cliff Brown, Glasgow, 41 tossups (8.2/game)

Class 3A

1. Greg Martin, Savannah, 79 tossups (15.8/game)
2. Ross Day, Salem, 64 tossups (12.8/game)
3. Patrick Clifford, Clark County, 53 tossups (10.6/game)

Class 4A

1. Adam Hill, Nixa senior, 111 tossups (22.2/game)
2. Matt Magruder, Kirksville, 53 tossups (10.6/game)
?. Meghan Retzlaff, Liberty, 38 tossups (7.6/game)

Records and notes

  • Koshkonong set a Class 1 record with 530 points in their round 3 game against Norborne, with Jim Driscoll answering a Class 1 record 18 tossups correctly.
  • Jim Driscoll set the Class 1 individual scoring record with 70 tossups on the day, breaking the previous record of 55 achieved by 3 individuals.
  • Richland set a Class 2 tournament record with 2285 points on the day, which remained the record until Louisiana scored 2670 points in 2018.
  • Richland set a Class 2 single game record with 550 points against Lockwood in round 1.
  • Richland's 430 points was the most scored by a team in a Class 2 championship game until Richland scored 480 in 2014.
  • Jason Mueller answered 23 tossups correctly in Lincoln's round 1 game against Valle Catholic, setting a Class 2 record.
  • Jason Mueller's 95 tossups set a Class 2 record, breaking his previous record of 93 the year before. This record stood until 2013.
  • Adam Hill's 111 tossups in the tournament was second most to date to Mike Wehrman's 133 in 1997.
  • Adam Hill set a record with 24 tossups in a championship game. The earliest known instance of this record being broken was when Max Schindler answered 26 tossups correctly in the 2013 Class 4 championship game.
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