NAQT Southern California State Championship
The NAQT Southern California Championship is the state regionals held in the San Diego, Orange, and Los Angeles counties of California.
1 From 2000 to 2003 the tournament was called the "NAQT California State Championship" and the field included one school from Northern California.
2 May have been a three-way tie for second place.
3 Three-way tie for first after a round robin was settled by a three-team tiebreaker match, with final scores Los Alamitos 425, Capistrano Valley 125, Woodbridge 105
- In 2004 (though it might have been TWAIN 2003 instead), a player from Santa Ana Valley High School held the dubious distinction of being the tournament's leading scorer while leading his team to a last-place finish.
- In 2006, Santa Monica B's victory over Arcadia A, which would have placed them in the top 4, was thrown out after a bizarre protest situation in which a player for Santa Monica B lit a cigarette around tossup 3 or 4 of the match. Naturally, Charles Meigs was moderating this match.