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Congratulations to the Pi-oneers of Cupertino, California, for winning the 2018 Middle School National Championship Tournament! BASIS Independent Silicon Valley of San Jose, California was second; Longfellow Middle School of Falls Church, Virginia was third; and Challenger-School, Berryessa of San Jose, California was fourth. 192 teams attended.
Congratulations to the 30 All-Stars and eight Rising Stars of the 2018 NAQT Middle School National Championship Tournament!
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Glasgow High School (Kentucky) defeated Ottawa Hills Junior/Senior High School (Toledo, Ohio) 430-330 to win the Traditional Public division of the 2018 NAQT Small School National Championship Tournament. Ottawa Hills also claimed the title for the highest-finishing Very Small School. Williamsville High School (Illinois) took third place with a 390-300 win over Hallsville R-IV School (Missouri). The Early College at Guilford (Greensboro, North Carolina) defeated Friends Select School (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 440-305 to win the Open division. Complete team and individual statistics are now available.
Podcasts are now available of selected matches from NAQT's 2017 Middle School National Championship Tournament.