Hallsville

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Hallsville Indians
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Location:
Hallsville, MO
Club President None
Coaches Scott Allen
State Championships 2014, 2015 NAQT

2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 NAQT Small School

2014, 2015, 2018 MSHSAA Class 3

2017 MACA JV State

National Championships 2014 SSNCT
National Appearances HSNCT: 2013 (2 teams), 2014, 2015, 2016

SSNCT: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

Program Status Active
School Size 381

Hallsville is a team from central Missouri, in MSHSAA class 3. They are currently led by Coach Scott Allen.

They had three consecutive appearances at MSHSAA State from 2007-2009, where they were led by high scorer Taylor Smith.

Hallsville won the small school title at the 2013 NAQT Missouri Qualifier, finishing tied for seventh overall. Later that year, Hallsville B became the first ever small school eligible team from Missouri to advance to the overall HSNCT playoffs.

In 2014, Hallsville became the first small school eligible team to win the overall NAQT Missouri Qualifier title. Later that year, Hallsville won the first NAQT Small School National Championship Tournament with juniors Jared Lockwood, Josh Null, Logan Hansen, and sophomore Joel Adams. The next week, the school won its first MSHSAA state title by defeating Savannah in overtime after regulation ended in a 370-370 tie.

In 2015, the entire lineup returned, with Glen Decker also frequently joining the roster. Hallsville maintained its NAQT Missouri Qualifier and Class 3 MSHSAA State titles, defeating Savannah in the finals of both tournaments. At MSHSAA State, Hallsville set new Class 3 single game and total points records. Despite returning the entire SSNCT champion team, Hallsville finished in second at SSNCT, with two close losses to undefeated tournament champion Harmony Science North Austin.

Hallsville earned their third MSHSAA State Championship in 2018, led by Samuel Lockwood, who set the Class 3 record for most tossups answered correctly in a five game state championship.

As of 2019, Hallsville has won seven consecutive NAQT Missouri Qualifier Small School titles, keeping the streak alive with a ten point win over Louisiana in 2019.

Hallsville earned Missouri's best finish at the first five iterations of SSNCT. Hallsville planned to attend the 2019 SSNCT; however, since NAQT moved the tournament to the first weekend in May, MSHSAA prohibited Hallsville and other Class 3 teams from participating because the Saturday preliminary rounds directly conflicted with the Class 3 MSHSAA State Championship.

Tournament Hosting

Hallsville hosted its first Hallsville Invitational in 2013 on NAQT IS-120. Hallsville now hosts two tournaments annually, using an IS set for the Hallsville Fall Academic Tournament in early October and a housewritten set for the Hallsville Invitational, now scheduled for early February.

Competition Results

MSHSAA History

Year Class/District District Result Sectional/State Result
1992-1995 Missouri Academic Association era - No information available
1996-2006 No information available
2007 C3D4 Winner over South Callaway No sectionals
State: did not advance to playoffs
2008 Winner over South Callaway No sectionals
State: 4th Place to Savannah
2009 C3D7 Winner No sectionals
State: 3rd Place to Cassville
2010 2nd Place (to Southern Boone) did not advance
2011 eliminated in playoffs by Fulton did not advance
2012 Winner over Fulton Sectional winner over Boonville
State: did not advance to playoffs
2013 Winner over Montgomery County Sectional winner over Eldon
State: 2nd Place to Priory
2014 Winner over Montgomery County Sectional winner over Eldon
State Champions over Savannah
2015 Winner over Centralia Sectional winner over Kirksville
State Champions over Savannah
2016 Winner over Centralia Sectional winner over Kirksville
State: 3rd Place over Springfield Catholic
2017 C3D13 Winner over Centralia Sectional winner over Moberly
State: 3rd Place over Cuba
2018 Winner over Tolton Catholic Sectional winner over Kirksville
State Champions over Priory
2019 C3D12 Winner over Southern Boone Sectional winner over Pleasant Hill

2012-2013

Tournament Host Location Finish Team Members Statistics
Missouri Fall V Missouri 9th Jared Lockwood, Josh Null, Glen Decker, Justin Crum Prelims Playoffs Combined
MOQBA Fall Regional Tournament Centralia A team (4th); B team (3rd); C team (12th) A Team (Madeline Koenig-Schappe, Katelyn Hanvey, Justin Crum, Lee March); B Team (Jared Lockwood, Josh Null, Glen Decker, Logan Hansen); C Team (Joel Adams, Zach B, Maddie Robertson, William Riester) Prelims Playoffs Combined
Tiger Bowl V Missouri A Team (14th), B Team (5th) A Team (Katelyn Hanvey, Lee March, Maddie Robertson, Joel Adams, Laura Hendrick); B Team (Jared Lockwood, Josh Null, Glen Decker, Logan Hansen) Prelims Playoffs Superplayoffs Combined
Mort Walker Invitational IV Missouri A Team (8th), B Team (6th), C Team (18th) A Team (Madeline Koenig-Schappe, Katelyn Hanvey, Justin Crum, Lee March); B Team (Jared Lockwood, Josh Null, Logan Hansen); C Team (Joel Adams, William Riester, Laura Hedrick) Prelims Playoffs Combined
WUHSAC XV WUSTL A Team (10th), B Team (9th) A Team (Madeline Koenig-Schappe, Katelyn Hanvey, Justin Crum, Lee March); B Team (Jared Lockwood, Josh Null, Logan Hansen) Prelims Combined
2013 NAQT Missouri Qualifier Missouri (Ran by MOQBA) T-7th Jared Lockwood, Josh Null, Logan Hansen, Joel Adams Prelims Playoffs Superplayoffs Combined
NAQT Small School National Championship Tournament Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
(first SSNCT; Macomb was top small school at 2013 HSNCT)
2014
Harmony Science North Austin
NAQT Missouri Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Ladue
2014, 2015
Hickman
NAQT Missouri Small School Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Pilot Grove
2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
(defending champions)
MSHSAA Class 3 State Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Priory
2014, 2015
Orchard Farm
Savannah
2018
John Burroughs