2007 HSNCT

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Champion Maggie Walker
Runner-up State College
Third Thomas Jefferson
Fourth Dorman
High scorer Dallas Simons, MLK
Editor/s NAQT
Site Rosemont, IL
Field 160 (16)
Stats [1]

The 2007 High School National Championship was won by Maggie Walker, consisting of Will Butler, Mark Guerci, Mehdi Razvi, and Evan Adams. The tournament was held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Rosemont, Illinois. 160 teams competed, breaking the record for most teams at a single site national championship tournament, set at the previous year's HSNCT.

Tournament results

Maggie Walker beat State College in the first game of an advantaged final to win the tournament. These two teams played after Maggie Walker eliminated Thomas Jefferson and State College eliminated Dorman. Thomas Jefferson would go on to win the third place game. This somewhat unconventional double elimination was spawned by the large field.

Top 12 teams:

Rank Team Rank Team
1. Maggie Walker 5t. Richard Montgomery
2. State College 8t. Troy
3. Thomas Jefferson 8t. Dorman "B"
4. Dorman 8t. Detroit Catholic Central
5t. Walt Whitman 8t. Santa Monica
5t. Wilmington Charter 8t. Gonzaga

Top 4 Small Schools:

Rank Team Overall Finish
1. Danville 49t
2. Brindlee Mountain "B" 21t
3. George Mason 49t
4. Brindlee Mountain "A" 65

Individual results

With an even larger field than in 2006, NAQT increased the size of its All-Star Team from 20 to 25 individuals. The Sophomore and Freshman All-Star Teams were each increased from four to five members.

Rank Player Team Rank Player Team
1. Dallas Simons MLK 14. Rachel Beckman Danville
2. Charlie Dees North Kansas City 15. Alex Kowaleski Trinity Prep
3. Guy Tabachnick Hunter 16. River State College
4. James Cooper Lisgar 17. Alex Friedman Minnetonka
5. Kurtis Droge East Lansing 18. Derek Sun Arcadia "B"
6. Dan Humphrey Garfield Heights 19. Greg Peterson Maine South
7. Andreas Stoehr Mound Westonka 20. Jesse Weinberg Ransom Everglades
8. Ian Eppler Georgetown Day 21. Michael Hausinger East Lansing "B"
9. Meryl Federman Livingston 22. Jacob Durst Walnut Hills
10. Will Butler Maggie Walker 23. Tom Sullivan St. Thomas
11. Greg Gauthier Wheaton North 24. Dylan Matthews Hanover
12. Kareem Seifeldin Troy 25. Henry Gorman Wilmington Charter
13. Ben Schenkel Moravian Academy

Rank Top Sophomores Team Rank Top Freshmen Team
1. Guy Tabachnick Hunter 1. Cody Simons MLK
2. Ian Eppler Georgetown Day 2. Justin Yamauchi Malvern
3. Alex Friedman Minnetonka 3. Nik Churik Kellenberg Memorial
4. Derek Sun Arcadia 4. Ben Bender Henry M. Gunn
5. Jesse Weinberg Ransom Everglades 5. Katie Gill Murrah

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