Monday, March 20, 2017

2017 Fox School Scholastic Chess Tournament Results

The 14th annual Fox School Scholastic Chess Tournament was held on Sunday March 19th.  We had a turnout of 138 players.  The results are listed below.

This year the 6th-8th grade section was USCF Quick-Rated.  Here is the USCF rating report (note that the rating report link is not in tie-break order, so cannot be used to determine place prizes).

The top 8 in each section were awarded trophies.  There was also a trophy to the top player rated under 800 in the 6th-8th grade section (won by Andrew Cheng).

K-1

#NameRtngTeamGrdRd 1Rd 2Rd 3Rd 4Rd 5TotTBrk[M]TBrk[S]TBrk[C]TBrk[O]
1Manikanden, Krish584NRTHSH1W8W3W6W2W45.014.517.51554.5
2Korn, Noah10BAYW1W24W14W7L1W114.012.514.51344.5
3Kistenmacher, Henri10HEAT1W13L1W15W14W74.012.514.51146.5
4Sargeant, Graham10FOX1W20W10D11W6L13.51314.512.546
5Sargeant, Connor5FOXKL14B---W20D9W123.599829.5
6Park, Grant147HEAT1W21W9L1L4W143.013.5151050
7Fowler, Michael342CENTRLKW22W12L2W11L33.013141144.5
8Pazdera, Julien10HEAT1L1W19D17W13D93.012.514.5842.5
9Slater, Toby10HEAT1W23L6W21D5D83.010.5119.533
10Nierenberg, Elsie5ARUNKB---L4L14W23W153.088728.5
11Burton, Cooper515HEAT1W15W17D4L7L22.58.514.510.549.5
12Kumar, Sanvi5NESBITKW16L7D13W17L52.57.512.58.538
13Thomas, Joanna5FOSTKL3W22D12L8W212.57126.534
14Fomin, Sofia10HEAT1W5L2W10L3L62.012.516.5849
15Pelevina, Anastasiia10FOX1L11W18L3W16L102.0913638.5
16Nishikawa, Darin5FOXKL12D20W19L15D182.07.5105.527
17Yip, Andrew10FOX1W18L11D8L12H---2.07106.531.5
18Edwards, Ausra5ARUNKL17L15W22D21D162.06.58.54.525
19Joe, Audrey10BAYW1H---L8L16D20W232.047419
20Eriksson, Molly5HEATKL4D16L5D19D221.5811.53.532
21Acharya, Ananya5FOSTKL6W23L9D18L131.5811532.5
22Proekt, Joseph5HEATKL7L13L18B---D201.5691.525.5
23Jia, Natalie5FOSTKL9L21B---L10L191.069226
24Proekt, Nora5HEATKL2U---U---U---U---0.004013

Grade 2

#NameRtngTeamGrdRd 1Rd 2Rd 3Rd 4Rd 5TotTBrk[M]TBrk[S]TBrk[C]TBrk[O]
1Cheung, Jaden746HIGHL1W11W25W2W5W75.013141547
2Lee, Ryan460FOX2W3W19L1W18W94.014161249
3Acharya, Aravind20FOST2L2W24W10W8W64.013141039.5
4Roodman, Aryn20SANC2W24W8W13L6W54.011.512.51342.5
5Gurskis, Aeron20CENTRL2W26W6W7L1L43.01515.51252
6Keninger, Everett621CENTRL2W10L5W15W4L33.01416.51049.5
7Edwards, Baron468ARUN2W18W9L5W12L13.014161152
8Vemulapalli, Raghav271FOST2W23L4W11L3W133.013.515943.5
9Kacholiya, Maya20HEAT2W14L7W20W15L23.012141044.5
10Zhang, Hamilton20HIGHL2L6W23L3W21W143.011.513736.5
11Roodman, Caleb20SANC2L1W27L8W25W183.01111.5737
12Chaparala, Nishant20BREWI2L13W22W25L7W193.09.510.5837
13Leong, Erik484FOX2W12W20L4D14L82.58.514.51044
14Kodige, Vevaan293BRITT2L9W16W26D13L102.5811.5836.5
15Minton, Aaron20BRITT2H---W21L6L9W232.56.59.5728.5
16Thirunagari, Vidhu20SANDP2D21L14D23W22D172.56106.525
17Gurskis, Orion20CENTRL2L19L18B---W20D162.568.54.526.5
18Strechlow, Grant20FOX2L7W17W19L2L112.01014741.5
19Eriksson, Henry20HEAT2W17L2L18W26L122.07.511.5734.5
20Boonyapornnad, Mak20FOX2W22L13L9L17W262.0710631.5
21Jenks, Kian20ARUN2D16L15D24L10W272.06.59.5523.5
22Manrao, Colby20ARUN2L20L12W27L16W252.069426.5
23Wong, Justin20FOX2L8L10D16W24L151.59123.531.5
24Bunin, Zachary20FOX2L4L3D21L23B---1.57.511.51.531.5
25Kumer, Delaney199HEAT2W27L1L12L11L221.08.513.5535
26Huang, Kalissa20HEAT2L5B---L14L19L201.06.59.5333
27McDow, Nicholas20OCEAN2L25L11L22B---L211.058121

Grade 3

#NameRtngTeamGrdRd 1Rd 2Rd 3Rd 4Rd 5TotTBrk[M]TBrk[S]TBrk[C]TBrk[O]
1Cartagena, Caden762PENIN3W25W9W6W16W35.012131545
2Yao, Trevor808CPARK3W7W4W15L3W104.014171352
3Aradhye, Ishaan805CIPRI3W19W12W16W2L14.014161450
4Kamisetty, Pranav370FOST3W18L2W17W7W114.012141144
5Baxter, Camden100BAYW3W21L15D23W24W83.5910.59.537
6Yuan, Jason422NRTHSA3W20W8L1L11W173.01314.51046
7Li, Arthur30BRITT3L2W20W12L4W163.01314.5844
8Chua, Dylan30CPARK3W10L6W9W13L53.012.5151042.5
9Baxter, Calvin124BAYW3W22L1L8W20W213.01112.5836
10Shao, Bohan316SEREND3L8W26W19W17L23.01111.5938
11Kumar, Neeharika124BREWI3L23W18W25W6L43.010.511.5936.5
12Pazdera, Aidan248HEAT3W27L3L7W23W183.010.511.5834.5
13Harris, Vivian167HEAT3L17D14W21L8W242.5610.5634.5
14Labouisse, Kai30WEST3L16D13L24W22W232.559530
15Yang, Vian628BOAKS3W26W5L2H---U---2.5489.523.5
16Burton, Olive515HEAT3W14W23L3L1L72.01116948.5
17Shi, Alexander30CENTRL3W13W24L4L10L62.01014941.5
18Baheri, Kian30NESBIT3L4L11W26W19L122.08.512.5534
19Mendez, Marina30HEAT3L3W27L10L18W252.0711533
20Stephanos, Kayla30CENTRL3L6L7W27L9B---2.0710327
21Tuzar, Dane30WEST3L5B---L13W25L92.06.510527.5
22Fomin, Anastacia30HEAT3L9L25B---L14W262.047318
23Slater, Benjamin30HEAT3W11L16D5L12L141.510.5146.540.5
24Stiefel, Grace30HEAT3H---L17W14L5L131.5710.5529.5
25Moretti, Lucas30BRITT3L1W22L11L21L191.0813437
26Huang, Katrina30HEAT3L15L10L18B---L221.06.59.5127
27Parihar, Aarav30SEREND3L12L19L20H---U---0.53.56.50.516

Grade 4

#NameRtngTeamGrdRd 1Rd 2Rd 3Rd 4Rd 5TotTBrk[M]TBrk[S]TBrk[C]TBrk[O]
1Sijp, Neel723HEAT4W11W10W5W3W45.010.5121542
2Kumar, Manya40NESBIT4L4W12W6W5W34.011.5121042
3Johnson, Kyle40HEAT4B---W8W4L1L23.015151142
4Kim, Kara347FOX4W2W7L3W10L13.014.516.51154
5Nelson, Christopher40FOX4W13W6L1L2W103.01414.51044
6Peterson, Skyler646FOX4W9L5L2W13W73.011.512837
7Nguyen, Jason40FOX4W8L4W9W12L63.010.5111031
8Manrao, Andrew40ARUN4L7L3W11W9W123.08.59629
9Tanvir, Ronok40CIPRI4L6W11L7L8B---2.07.510.5426
10Yang, Kevin277HEAT4W12L1W13L4L52.0712841
11Kostrub, Rhodes40CIPRI4L1L9L8B---W132.0510228
12Fazeli-taremi, Dariush40FOX4L10L2B---L7L81.0812234
13Clusin, Audrey40HEAT4L5B---L10L6L111.06.59.5328
14Akka, Benton40CENTRL4U---U---U---U---U---0.00000

Grades 5-8

#NameRtngTeamGrdRd 1Rd 2Rd 3Rd 4Rd 5TotTBrk[M]TBrk[S]TBrk[C]TBrk[O]
1Aravind, Abhijith966BREWI5W14W5D3W2W74.513.51513.548.5
2Yedidia, Ariane924ARROYO5W17W8W6L1W34.01415.51347
3Narayan, Gabrile473HIILV6W12W9D1W6L23.514.516.512.551.5
4Li, Ethan407FOX5L10W11D7W8W53.512148.543.5
5Li, Caspar186CPARK5W19L1W9W13L43.013141040
6Li, Aidan530RALST7W15W10L2L3W113.012.5141044
7Saban, Annie346KIDS5D11W18D4W12L13.01212.51039.5
8Chua, Desmond60BOWM6W13L2W16L4W123.011.513.5939.5
9Pyalling, Mikhail50TIERRA5W16L3L5W14W133.010.512836.5
10Tuzar, Zackary60WEST6W4L6L12W18W153.01010.5833.5
11Zhang, Derek50CENTRL5D7L4W18X16L62.56.5106.532.5
12Gurskis, Aidan60RALST6L3W14W10L7L82.010.514742.5
13Ginwalla, Samina375TIERRA5L8W17W19L5L92.08.511.5732
14Suits, Derek126FOX5L1L12W17L9B---2.06.511330.5
15Shajeeb, Ruba70LAWSN7L6L16B---W19L102.069425
16Yang, Xander258NUEVA6L9W15L8F11X192.04.57.5421
17Presta, Francois107BAYW5L2L13L14B---W182.048227
18McDow, Jonathan50OCEAN5B---L7L11L10L171.06.59.5426.5
19Kang, Noel50FOX5L5B---L13L15F161.03.56.5321
20Knappau, Honukai274TIERRA6U---U---U---U---U---0.00000

USCF-Rated Section

#NameRtngTeamGrdRd 1Rd 2Rd 3Rd 4Rd 5TotTBrk[M]TBrk[S]TBrk[C]TBrk[O]
1Finkelstein, Alan1202TIERRA6W18W19W4W5D24.514.516.514.551.5
2Cartagena, Ethan1393PENIN8W28W9W3W8D14.514.515.514.552.5
3Liou, Keenan1173CENTRL7W13W14L2W20W94.013.515.51247.5
4Liu, Tristan1074BAYS7W22W15L1W19W84.012141249.5
5Ward, Julian520CENTRL7D6W23W16L1W153.5131510.546.5
6Kumar, Rohan996BAYS7D5W7D11D15W163.512.5151046.5
7Velicheti, Sri Krishna Sai1100BOWD7H---L6W22W17W103.51111834.5
8Liou, Collin1214ARROYO5W12W20W10L2L43.014.516.51252.5
9Leong, Evan1046FOX5W30L2W12W11L33.014.515.51046
10Cottrell, Alexander1041CENTRL6W27W21L8W14L73.011.5121135.5
11Lu, Thomas889BAYS7W25D16D6L9W223.01112.59.538
12Cheng, Andrew697FOST4L8W27L9W21W203.01010.5736
13Chen, Derek641FRANK3L3L17W27W25W193.01010.5630.5
14Kostrub, Anders891CIPRI6W31L3W29L10W243.09.510933
15Gong, Jared844FOX5W29L4W21D6L52.5913.5941.5
16Regan, Elliott1078LAUREL5W24D11L5W23L62.58.514940
17Vyas, Pranav497FOST5L20W13W28L7D182.57.5127.533
18Cottrell, Nicholas754ARROYO4L1W26L20W30D172.56.5126.536
19Dara, Anish904KIDS4W26L1W24L4L132.01115.5841.5
20Yuryev, Jacob969FOX5W17L8W18L3L122.01115845
21Kothari, Jay599BRITT2W23L10L15L12W292.0811634
22Tuimavave, Isaia623SCCLC6L4W31L7W29L112.07.511.5634
23Gong, Nathan1069RALST8L21L5W26L16W312.0710.5429.5
24Kodige, Samay629ARROYO4L16W25L19W28L142.0710633
25Abraham, Zayne383FOST5L11L24B---L13W302.069324.5
26Bobba, Sid492FOST5L19L18L23W27W282.05.58322.5
27Abraham, Zion567BOWD8L10L12L13L26B---1.0811027
28Agarwal, Avirral818RALST6L2W30L17L24L261.07.512434
29Golomb, David161HEAT2L15B---L14L22L211.06.59.5330
30Golomb, Stanley577HEAT4L9L28W31L18L251.05.58.5324.5
31Itami-wolf, Kenta412NOTRE1L14L22L30B---L231.058122

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

April 2017 Peninsula Chess League Tournament

The next Peninsula Chess League tournament will be held on Friday, April 21st, 2017.  This a team-oriented event open to grade K-8 kids who live in the San Francisco Peninsula.

This will be an individual Swiss tournament with 5 sections, but trophies will be awarded based on team performance.

Summary

  • Date:  Friday, April 21st, 2017
  • Time:  6:30-9:00pm
  • Location:  Belmont Public Library
  • Pre-registration is required (http://aprilpcl.eventbrite.com/).
  • There will be 5 sections:
    • USCF advanced section (approx rating 800-1200)
    • USCF intermediate section (approx rating 400-800)
    • USCF beginner section (approx rated under 400)
    • Unrated 4th-8th grade
    • Unrated K-3rd grade
  • Each section will have about 15-20 players.
  • All games in the USCF sections will be USCF Quick-Rated.
  • Time control for USCF sections:  G/15; d3 (game in 15 minutes with a 3 second delay)
  • Time control for unrated sections:  G/18 (no delay)
  • Each player will play 3 games.
  • Individual Swiss format, except players are guaranteed not to play against other players from their school.
  • Round times:  6:45pm, 7:25pm, 8:15pm.  Trophies:  8:55pm
  • Players must play for the school they currently attend, except 5th graders (and below) may play for their elementary school alma mater
  • Trophies will mainly be distributed based on team performance.  Limited individual trophies will be available.  See below for details.
  • Your team has a better chance of winning trophies if your team has more players, so encourage your classmates to register.
  • Players who score a perfect 3.0 in the K-3 unrated section will be asked to play in the 4th-8th grade section in the next tournament.  Players who score a perfect 3.0 in the 4th-8th grade unrated section will be asked to join the USCF for the next tournament.

Team Scoring

Scoring subject to change based on number of sections, but scoring will be something like this for team trophy purposes:
  • USCF advanced section:  42 points per win (21 points per draw).  Expected rating range for section:  800 - 1200 (may be modified to balance sections)
  • USCF intermediate section:  38 points per win.  Expected rating range for section:  400-800 (may be modified to balance sections)
  • USCF beginner section:  34 points per win.  Expected rating range for section:  under 400 (may be modified to balance sections)
  • Unrated 4th-8th grade:  28 points per win
  • Unrated K-3rd grade:  24 points per win
  • USCF members must play in USCF section (exceptions may be made for players rated under 200).
  • Non-members may play in unrated sections, or become members to play in USCF rated sections.  Sign up for USCF membership here (memberships start at $17 per year).
  • Unrated USCF members will be placed in an appropriate USCF section (TD discretion).
  • Rated USCF members may not play below their section, but can optionally play in a higher section even if they are lower-rated.  Exception:  provisionally-rated USCF members may be placed in lower rated section at TD's discretion.
  • The latest USCF Quick Ratings will be used for section and pairing purposes.

Trophies

Team scores are based on the combined scores of the top players on that team.  Trophies awarded:
  • Best Super team (6 players)
  • Best Large team (5 players)
  • Best Standard team (4 players)
  • Best Small team (3 players)
  • Best Mini team (2 players)
  • To qualify for a team trophy, a team *must* have at least the required number of players.
  • Only the top scoring players on the team get a trophy (i.e., for a standard team, only the top 4 get trophies; ties broken by tie-breaks).
  • A team cannot win more than 1 trophy.  e.g., a team winning the Large team trophy is disallowed from winning the Standard team trophy.
  • There will be trophies for individual players with perfect 3.0 scores, but only to those who didn't already win a team trophy (an individual can't win two trophies).
Example:  Team A has 6 players, with point totals of 126, 102, 85, 75, 66, and 55, so their 6-player total is 509 and 5-player total is 454.  Team B has 6 players, with point totals of 105, 102, 90, 60, 45, 34, so their 6-player total is 436, and 5-player total is 402.  Then Team A wins the 6-player team trophies, and Team B wins the 5-player team trophies (since their 5-player total is best of the remaining teams).

Saturday, January 21, 2017

January 2017 PCL Results

The January 2017 Peninsula Chess League tournament was held on Friday, January 20th.  This was a 3-round event, time control G/15; d3 for the USCF sections, and G/18 for the unrated sections.  The tournament was run as an individual Swiss tournament with 5 sections (3 USCF-rated, 2 unrated).  91 kids from 26 different schools participated.

Here is the USCF Rating Report.

Winning teams:

1st place, Super Team (6 players):  Brewer Island
1st Place, Large Team (5 players):  Arroyo/Central Middle
1st Place, Standard Team (4 players):  Ralston Middle School
1st Place, Small Team (3 players);  Fox
1st Place, Mini Team (2 players):  Peninsula Liberty Academy

Players with perfect 3.0 scores:  Ethan Cartagena (PLA), Anish Mathan (El Carmelo), Vishal Dandamudi (Brewer Island), Avirral Agarwal (Ralston Middle), Julian Ward (Arroyo/Central Middle), Anders Kostrub (Ralston Middle), Evelyn Su (Brewer Island), and Akshita Bisht (Brewer Island), Orion Gurskis (Central Elementary), Shrisha Dandamudi (Brewer Island), Aravind Acharya (Foster City), and Michael Fowler (Central Elementary).

Here are the final team standings (winners in bold):


    Team Size 6 Standings
    SchoolPoints
    Brewer Island500
    Arroyo/Central Middle447
    Ralston Middle362
    Fox358


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    Brewer IslandVishal DandamudiSection 23.0114
    Brewer IslandEvelyn SuSection 43.084
    Brewer IslandAkshita BishtSection 43.084
    Brewer IslandAnkit MuppalaSection 22.076
    Brewer IslandShrisha DandamudiSection 53.072
    Brewer IslandArush BishtSection 42.570
    Brewer IslandNeil BhatkhandeSection 32.068
    Brewer IslandSuraj YarrapathruniSection 42.056
    Brewer IslandAlan SuSection 42.056
    Brewer IslandAkshay AnandhSection 42.056
    Brewer IslandNeeharika KumarSection 52.048
    Brewer IslandSumedha ChikkerurSection 41.542
    Brewer IslandAbhijith AravindSection 11.042
    Brewer IslandTrisha SabadraSection 31.034
    Brewer IslandVarsha MuppalaSection 51.024
    Brewer IslandPrakruthi RadhakrishnanSection 51.024
    Brewer IslandManav EjjalaghattaSection 40.00
    Brewer IslandAashika AnandhSection 50.00


    Team Size 5 Standings
    SchoolPoints
    Brewer Island430
    Arroyo/Central Middle409
    Ralston Middle334
    Fox316
    Cipriani102


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    Arroyo/Central MiddleJulian WardSection 33.0102
    Arroyo/Central MiddleCollin LiouSection 12.084
    Arroyo/Central MiddleAlexander CottrellSection 12.084
    Arroyo/Central MiddleNicholas CottrellSection 22.076
    Arroyo/Central MiddleKeenan LiouSection 11.563
    Arroyo/Central MiddleAlex DilsSection 21.038
    Arroyo/Central MiddleZachary TysonSection 21.038
    Arroyo/Central MiddleAkash DevalcheruvuSection 31.034
    Arroyo/Central MiddleCade MillerSection 40.00


    Team Size 4 Standings
    SchoolPoints
    Brewer Island358
    Arroyo/Central Middle346
    Ralston Middle296
    Fox268
    Central Elementary268
    Cipriani102


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    Ralston MiddleAvirral AgarwalSection 23.0114
    Ralston MiddleAnders KostrubSection 33.0102
    Ralston MiddleNathan GongSection 11.042
    Ralston MiddleMikael ChengSection 21.038
    Ralston MiddleAidan LiSection 21.038
    Ralston MiddleAidan GurskisSection 41.028


    Team Size 3 Standings
    SchoolPoints
    Brewer Island282
    Arroyo/Central Middle270
    Ralston Middle258
    Fox220
    Central Elementary212
    College Park200
    Heather144
    Kids Connection134
    Cipriani90
    Bowditch Middle63


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    FoxEvan LeongSection 12.084
    FoxRyan LeeSection 32.068
    FoxErick ChengSection 32.068
    FoxMak BoonyapornnadSection 52.048
    FoxJustin WongSection 52.048
    FoxJacob YuryevSection 11.042
    FoxJared GongSection 21.038
    FoxSkyler PetersonSection 21.038
    FoxEthan LiSection 31.034
    FoxErik LeongSection 31.034
    FoxKara KimSection 30.517
    FoxAddya AgarwalSection 50.512


    Team Size 2 Standings
    SchoolPoints
    Ralston Middle216
    Brewer Island198
    Arroyo/Central Middle186
    Peninsula Liberty Academy164
    Fox152
    College Park144
    Central Elementary144
    El Carmelo138
    Alto International124
    Woodland122
    Kids Connection110
    Tierra Linda105
    Heather96
    Foster City96
    Foster City Elementary84
    Cipriani66
    Bayside63
    Bowditch Middle63
    Baywood51


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    Peninsula Liberty AcademyEthan CartagenaSection 13.0126
    Peninsula Liberty AcademyCaden CartagenaSection 21.038


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    Tierra LindaAlan FinkelsteinSection 12.084
    Tierra LindaAdam ZweigerSection 10.521


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    BaysideTristan LiuSection 11.563
    BaysideRohan KumarSection 10.00


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    LaurelElliott ReganSection 11.042


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    WoodlandAdam BederovSection 12.084
    WoodlandNathan BederovSection 21.038


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    Foster City ElementaryAlex ZhaoSection 12.084
    Foster City ElementaryZayne AbrahamSection 30.00


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    Bowditch MiddleSri Krishna Sai VelichetiSection 11.563
    Bowditch MiddleDesmond ChuaSection 40.00
    Bowditch MiddleZion AbrahamSection 20.00


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    Kids ConnectionAnish DaraSection 22.076
    Kids ConnectionMannansh NayyarSection 31.034
    Kids ConnectionAnika DaraSection 51.024


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    College ParkTrevor YaoSection 22.076
    College ParkTrent YaoSection 32.068
    College ParkDylan ChuaSection 42.056


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    Alto InternationalNiko NachbarSection 22.076
    Alto InternationalYaarah TehraniSection 52.048


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    El CarmeloAnish MathanSection 23.0114
    El CarmeloKavya MathanSection 51.024


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    SCCLCIsaia TuimavaveSection 20.00


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    CiprianiIshaan AradhyeSection 21.038
    CiprianiMitchell FeldmanSection 41.028
    CiprianiNathan FeldmanSection 51.024
    CiprianiRobbie FeldmanSection 50.512
    CiprianiRhodes KostrubSection 40.00


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    BaywoodCamden BaxterSection 31.034
    BaywoodCalvin BaxterSection 30.517


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    ArundelBaron EdwardsSection 32.068


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    Notre DameKenta Itami-WolfSection 32.068


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    Central ElementaryOrion GurskisSection 53.072
    Central ElementaryMichael FowlerSection 53.072
    Central ElementaryEverett KeningerSection 32.068
    Central ElementaryAeron GurskisSection 42.056


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    NesbitKian BaheriSection 41.028


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    Borel MiddleLogan WallSection 42.056


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    AudubonChristian SalamancaSection 50.00


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    HeatherNirav AdavikolanuSection 52.048
    HeatherOlive BurtonSection 52.048
    HeatherCooper BurtonSection 52.048


    SchoolNameSectionScorePoints
    Foster CityAravind AcharyaSection 53.072
    Foster CityAnanya AcharyaSection 51.024
     
Individual results:


Section 1 (USCF-rated 888-1371)

PlaceNameRatingGradeSchoolRd 1Rd 2Rd 3TotalTB(H)TB(S)TB(C)TB(CO)NWNB
1Ethan Cartagena13718Peninsula Liberty AcademyW13W11W23.00.04.06.09.021
2Alan Finkelstein11766Tierra LindaW16W4L12.01.05.05.010.021
3Alex Zhao11194Foster City ElementaryL11W13W62.01.04.03.09.012
4Adam Bederov9288WoodlandW7L2W82.00.05.54.011.521
5Collin Liou12165Arroyo/Central MiddleD10W15D92.00.03.54.06.521
6Alexander Cottrell9906Arroyo/Central MiddleW14W12L32.0-1.04.05.07.012
7Evan Leong10955FoxL4W16W112.0-1.03.03.07.021
8Keenan Liou11227Arroyo/Central MiddleD15W10L41.51.04.03.58.012
9Tristan Liu10947BaysideL12W14D51.50.04.02.58.012
10Sri Krishna Sai Velicheti10757Bowditch MiddleD5L8W121.5-1.04.52.510.521
11Abhijith Aravind945 P155Brewer IslandW3L1L71.00.07.03.012.012
12Jacob Yuryev8885FoxW9L6L101.00.05.03.010.012
13Nathan Gong10808Ralston MiddleL1L3W161.00.05.01.09.012
14Elliott Regan11205LaurelL6L9W151.00.04.01.09.012
15Adam Zweiger10306Tierra LindaD8L5L140.50.04.51.58.521
16Rohan Kumar10647BaysideL2L7L130.00.05.00.09.021


Section 2 (USCF-rated 567 - 820)

PlaceNameRatingGradeSchoolRd 1Rd 2Rd 3TotalTB(H)TB(S)TB(C)TB(CO)NWNB
1Anish Mathan6972El CarmeloW13W7W53.00.05.06.011.021
2Vishal Dandamudi6255Brewer IslandW10W12W43.00.04.06.010.021
3Avirral Agarwal6186Ralston MiddleW6W16W93.00.04.06.09.021
4Trevor Yao759 P53College ParkX18W8L22.01.05.05.010.011
5Anish Dara7604Kids ConnectionW15W9L12.00.05.05.010.012
6Ankit Muppala723 P65Brewer IslandL3W11W132.00.05.03.09.012
7Niko Nachbar621 P83Alto InternationalB-L1W102.00.04.04.08.011
8Nicholas Cottrell6834Arroyo/Central MiddleW11L4W142.0-1.04.04.08.021
9Alex Dils664 P94Arroyo/Central MiddleW14L5L31.01.06.03.013.012
10Mikael Cheng7596Ralston MiddleL2W17L71.01.06.02.011.021
11Jared Gong7945FoxL8L6W121.01.05.01.010.012
12Zachary Tyson7145Arroyo/Central MiddleW17L2L111.00.05.03.08.021
13Aidan Li5897Ralston MiddleL1B-L61.00.05.02.09.011
14Caden Cartagena820 P123Peninsula Liberty AcademyL9W15L81.00.04.02.08.012
15Skyler Peterson6644FoxL5L14W161.00.04.01.010.012
16Nathan Bederov6843WoodlandX19L3L151.0-1.04.03.07.011
17Ishaan Aradhye5933CiprianiL12L10B-1.0-2.02.01.05.011
18Isaia Tuimavave6236SCCLCF4U-U-0.00.02.00.05.000
19Zion Abraham5678Bowditch MiddleF16U-U-0.00.01.00.03.000


Section 3 (USCF-rated under 526)

PlaceNameRatingGradeSchoolRd 1Rd 2Rd 3TotalTB(H)TB(S)TB(C)TB(CO)NWNB
1Julian Ward270 P37Arroyo/Central MiddleW10W5W73.00.05.06.011.021
2Anders Kostrub100 P06Ralston MiddleW12W6W33.00.05.06.011.021
3Neil Bhatkhande278 P162Brewer IslandW8W4L22.02.07.05.013.012
4Everett Keninger100 P02Central ElementaryW9L3W122.00.05.04.010.021
5Ryan Lee442 P232FoxW15L1W142.00.05.04.09.012
6Baron Edwards305 P32ArundelW11L2W162.00.04.54.08.521
7Kenta Itami-Wolf100 P01Notre DameX18W13L12.00.04.05.09.011
8Trent Yao525 P35College ParkL3W16W102.0-1.03.53.08.521
9Erick Cheng437 P33FoxL4W11W172.0-1.03.53.06.521
10Ethan Li4865FoxL1W15L81.01.06.02.010.012
11Trisha Sabadra5174Brewer IslandL6L9W131.01.05.01.010.012
12Mannansh Nayyar4514Kids ConnectionL2W17L41.00.05.52.011.512
13Erik Leong3182FoxW14L7L111.00.04.03.08.012
14Camden Baxter100 P03BaywoodL13B-L51.0-1.03.02.07.011
15Akash Devalcheruvu100 P36Arroyo/Central MiddleL5L10B-1.0-1.03.01.06.011
16Kara Kim334 P24FoxD17L8L60.50.04.51.58.521
17Calvin Baxter100 P03BaywoodD16L12L90.50.03.51.56.512
18Zayne Abraham3835Foster City ElementaryF7U-U-0.00.02.00.05.000


Section 4 (Unrated 4-8)

PlaceNameGradeSchoolRd 1Rd 2Rd 3TotalTB(H)TB(S)TB(C)TB(CO)NWNB
1Evelyn Su5Brewer IslandW6W12W53.00.05.06.011.012
2Akshita Bisht4Brewer IslandX16W14W43.00.02.06.05.011
3Arush Bisht5Brewer IslandW11D10W122.50.03.55.09.021
4Aeron Gurskis2Central ElementaryW9W8L22.02.07.05.013.021
5Logan Wall6Borel MiddleW15W7L12.01.05.05.010.012
6Dylan Chua3College ParkL1B-W102.00.04.53.010.011
7Suraj Yarrapathruni5Brewer IslandX17L5W112.0-1.03.04.07.011
8Alan Su3Brewer IslandB-L4W152.0-1.02.04.05.011
9Akshay Anandh5Brewer IslandL4W15W142.0-1.02.03.05.012
10Sumedha Chikkerur5Brewer IslandW13D3L61.50.05.54.09.021
11Kian Baheri3NesbitL3W13L71.01.05.52.010.003
12Aidan Gurskis6Ralston MiddleW14L1L31.00.05.53.011.021
13Mitchell Feldman4CiprianiL10L11B-1.0-1.02.51.06.020
14Manav Ejjalaghatta4Brewer IslandL12L2L90.00.06.00.012.012
15Rhodes Kostrub4CiprianiL5L9L80.00.06.00.012.021
16Desmond Chua6Bowditch MiddleF2U-U-0.00.03.00.06.000
17Cade Miller4Arroyo/Central MiddleF7U-U-0.00.02.00.04.000


Section 5 (Unrated K-3)

PlaceNameGradeSchoolRd 1Rd 2Rd 3TotalTB(H)TB(S)TB(C)TB(CO)NWNB
1Orion Gurskis2Central ElementaryW12W19W93.00.03.56.07.521
2Shrisha Dandamudi3Brewer IslandW15W18W73.00.03.56.06.512
3Aravind Acharya2Foster CityW13W20W53.00.03.06.06.012
4Michael FowlerKCentral ElementaryW20W14W63.00.03.06.06.021
5Yaarah Tehrani3Alto InternationalW21W8L32.01.05.05.010.012
6Mak Boonyapornnad2FoxW10W21L42.01.05.05.09.012
7Nirav Adavikolanu2HeatherW14W15L22.00.05.05.08.021
8Olive Burton3HeatherW11L5W122.00.05.04.010.021
9Cooper Burton1HeatherW18W13L12.00.04.55.07.512
10Neeharika Kumar3Brewer IslandL6W17W162.0-1.04.03.011.021
11Justin Wong2FoxL8W16W172.0-1.04.03.010.021
12Varsha Muppala1Brewer IslandL1B-L81.00.05.02.010.011
13Prakruthi Radhakrishnan1Brewer IslandL3L9W201.00.05.01.011.012
14Anika Dara1Kids ConnectionL7L4B-1.00.05.01.011.011
15Kavya Mathan1El CarmeloL2L7W211.00.05.01.011.021
16Nathan Feldman1CiprianiW19L11L101.00.04.53.06.512
17Ananya AcharyaKFoster CityB-L10L111.00.04.03.06.011
18Robbie Feldman2CiprianiL9L2D190.50.05.50.511.512
19Addya Agarwal2FoxL16L1D180.50.04.50.59.521
20Christian Salamanca2AudubonL4L3L130.00.07.00.013.021
21Aashika Anandh2Brewer IslandL5L6L150.00.05.00.011.012

Friday, January 13, 2017

2017 Fox School Scholastic Chess Tournament - FAQ


General FAQ

  • When is the tournament?
    • Sunday, March 19th, 2017.  Pre-registered players should arrive by 10:30am.  For those who haven't registered yet, site registration is 10:00-10:30am.
  • Who can play in the tournament?
    • Any child in 8th grade or below can play in the tournament.
  • Is USCF membership required?
    • USCF membership is not required.
    • USCF membership is required to play in the 6-8th grade USCF section.  You may join here:  https://secure2.uschess.org/webstore/member.php.  Note that unrated 6th-8th graders can still play in the unrated 5th-8th grade section.
  • Where do my entry fees go?
    • All proceeds benefit the Fox PTA.
  • How do I sign up?
  • Are there other tournaments like the Fox tournament?
    • Yes!  The Heather tournament, held in May, and the Baywood tournament, held in the fall, are very similar to the Fox tournament.  Watch for announcements for those tournaments.
Facilities FAQ
  • Where can I park?
    • There are about 50 parking spots at the school.  You are welcome to use the spots marked for staff (as of course it is not a school day).  If you arrive too late, all the spots may be filled, but you should have no problem parking along the streets next to the school.
  • Are there bathrooms?
    • Yes, the bathrooms are outside.
  • Is there food available on site?
    • Yes, food is available on-site.  We will be selling pizza, drinks, and snacks.
  • Are there restaurants nearby?
    • Nothing within walking distance.  There's a small selection of places near Ralston/Alameda de las Pulgas, but we wouldn't recommend trying to drive there and back between rounds.
  • Is there wi-fi?
    • No, wi-fi is not available.  Cell phone service is available, though it can be spotty for some carriers.
  • Is there a playground?
    • Yes, there is a playground available for use by the kids, with basketball courts, baseball fields, monkey bars, and slides.

Player FAQ
    • What do I do when I arrive?
      • The first thing each player should do upon arrival is check-in.  Each player will be given a name tag to make sure everyone is in the right place.  Please arrive before 10:45am; earlier is better.  The later you arrive, the longer the check-in line will be.
    • How does my child figure out where to go and who to play?
      • Before each round, we will post the pairings on the walls outside.  Someone will say "The pairings are up!"  The pairings are done per section, so there will be one paper with the K-1 pairings, one for grade 2, one for grade 3, one for grade 4, one for unrated grade 5-8, and one for USCF-rated grades 6-8.  Find your section, then look for your name.  Next to your name will be your board number, color (white or black), and opponent.  Enter the tournament room, find your board number, and sit at the correct color, then wait for further instructions by the tournament director.
    • Can I talk during the game?
      • No!  You may (but are not required to) say "check", but don't say it too loud.  You may talk to a tournament director if you have a question.  Other than that, there should usually be silence.
    • How do I show good sportsmanship?
      • Glad you asked.  It is traditional to shake hands with your opponent before and after your game, and to say "good game" after the game.  Even if one side is distraught over losing.  Respect your opponent.  Do not taunt them if you take their pieces or if they make a bad move (this means NOT saying something like "I've got your queen!").
    • What is the time control?
      • The time control for the unrated sections is G/20 (game in 20 minutes).  This means that each side has 20 minutes to make their moves for the game (so the game should be over in 40 minutes or less).  The time control for the rated section is G/17 d3 (game in 17 minutes with a 3 second delay).  A chess clock is used for each game. 
    • How do I use a chess clock?
      • To start the game, black pushes down on his side of the clock to start white's timer.  After you make a move, push down on your side of the clock.  Be sure to push down on the clock with the same hand that you used to move the piece.  Do not keep your hand on the clock after you have pressed it.  The clock will show minutes + seconds left for each side.  If the clock goes all the way down to 00:00, then that side has run out of time.  You (the player) are responsible for "calling the clock" -- that is, saying that your opponent's clock has run out of time.  Players in other games and the tournament directors are not responsible (and should not) call the clock in someone else's game.  If one person runs out of time, that person loses unless his opponent doesn't have enough material to checkmate his opponent.  If this is the case, the game is a draw (even if the side that ran out of time has a massive advantage in material).
    • What happens if I forgot to hit the chess clock after I move?
      • Your opponent is under no obligation to tell you that you forgot to hit your clock.  You may lose seconds or even minutes while your opponent silently waits.  If your opponent seems to be taking an unexpectedly long amount of time to move, check your clock!  That being said, I would say it is common courtesy to notify your opponent after a small amount of time has run off the clock.  At least the first time it happens.
    • Can I stop the clock if I have to use the bathroom?
      • No!  If you have to leave in the middle of your game for any reason, you cannot stop your clock.  Your clock will continue to run.  However, keep in mind that 20 minutes is a long time, so if you have to take 1-2 minutes to use the bathroom, you still have plenty of time.  Of course, it would be better if you went before your game started.
    • Is the touch-move rule enforced?
      • Yes!  If you touch a piece, you have to move it (unless you can't make any legal move with it).  If you touch an opponent's piece, you must capture it (unless you can't).  If you want to castle, you should touch your king first; otherwise, if you touch your rook, your opponent could compel you to move your rook (without castling).  Once you let go of a piece, it has to stay there.  The only exception to the touch-move rule is that you may say "adjust" before touching a piece to move it closer to the center of its square.
    • What is the 50 move rule?
      • If both players make 50 moves without moving a pawn or capturing a piece, the game is a draw.  Once a pawn move or capture is made, the count starts over.  It is not automatically a draw; one of the players in the game must claim a draw.  Since it is hard to document how many moves are being made, if a player suspects a claim might be made later, the player should raise a hand and notify a tournament director of their intent to claim a draw later.  The tournament director can then use the clock to determine how many moves have been made, and check the clock later to see how many additional moves have been made.  The player should probably count out loud (softly) how many moves have been made.  One move by black and one move by white only counts as one move, not two!
    • What is the draw by repetition rule?
      • Basically, if the same position has been reached in a game 3 times, the game is drawn.  It is not automatically drawn; one of the players in the game must claim a draw.  Note that it is not the moves that are repeated, but rather the position.  The repeated position does not have to be repeated on consecutive moves, either (though it often is).  Perpetual check is a special case of draw by repetition.
    • What do I do when my game is over?
      • Raise your hand and someone will come over to record the result.  Make sure they record the result correctly (especially if you won).  Then set the board back up and go outside and play until the next round!
    • What do I do after my 5th round game is over?
      • Please wait for the awards ceremony.  All players will receive a trophy or a medal.  If you must leave before the awards ceremony, please make arrangements for someone else to get your trophy or medal.

    Tournament FAQ


    • How many games will my child play?
      • Each child will play 5 games.  Do not leave just because your child loses in an earlier round!
    • What do I do if my child has to leave early?
      • If you do have to leave early for some reason, please notify a tournament director immediately.  Otherwise, we would pair your child against another child for the next round, and that other child would be disappointed not to play against someone.
    • Hey, you said my child would play 5 games, but they only played 4.  Why?
      • If there are an odd number of players in a section, it's impossible to have everyone play in each round.  In that case, one player in each round will be "unpaired", and will receive 1 point (equivalent to a win).  No player will be unpaired more than once.
    • When are the games played?
      • The rounds are scheduled to start at 11am, 12:10pm, 1:15pm, 2:10pm, and 3:05pm.  Times are structured this way to allow players time to have lunch.  The awards ceremony will start at approximately 4pm.  Times may be pushed back a bit if we get a late start, but we usually manage to catch up to the original schedule by the end of the day.
    • How is each child's score calculated?
      • Each player starts with a score of 0.  They receive 1 point for a win and half a point for a draw.  So the maximum score for a 5-round tournament is 5 (five wins).
      • Why did my child get paired against this other kid?
        • This is what is called a swiss tournament, and pairings are done automatically by computer based on some basic swiss system rules.  In the first round, pairings are somewhat random (they are based on USCF ratings if any children have ratings, but most do not have ratings).  In subsequent rounds, the system tries to pair each player with another player with the same score.  So, if your child wins their first round game, they will probably play against someone else who won their first round game.  More information can be found here:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiss-system_tournament
      • Will my child get a trophy?
        • Trophies are given to the top places in each section.  How many trophies depends mostly on how many entries there.  Depending on all the results, your child will most likely get a trophy if they have a score of 4.0 or more, though this is not guaranteed.  Sometimes players with lower scores will get trophies, as well.  Sometimes a player with one score gets a trophy, while a player with the same score does not.  This is because ties are broken by tie-breaks.  Tie-breaks may also be used to distinguish between first and second place, or second and third, etc.
      • How do tie-breaks work?
        • There are several ways to determine tie-break scores.  Usually these involve looking at each player's opponents and how well those opponents scored.  The computer pairing program calculates all of the tie-breaks based on set formulas.
      • Can I stay in the tournament room?
        • Yes, parents are allowed to remain in the tournament room, but please be quiet!  If the noise becomes too much, we will ask people to go outside (this applies to both adults and children).  Please silence your cell phone or put it on vibrate so as not to disturb the players.

      Tuesday, December 6, 2016

      January 2017 Peninsula Chess League Tournament

      The next Peninsula Chess League tournament will be held on Friday, January 20th, 2017.  This a team-oriented event open to grade K-8 kids who live in the San Francisco Peninsula.

      This will be an individual Swiss tournament with 5 sections, but trophies will be awarded based on team performance.

      Summary

      • Date:  Friday, January 20, 2017
      • Time:  6:30-9:00pm
      • Location:  Belmont Public Library
      • Pre-registration is required (http://januarypcl.eventbrite.com/).
      • There will be 6 sections:
        • USCF advanced section (approx rating 800-1200)
        • USCF intermediate section (approx rating 400-800)
        • USCF beginner section (approx rated under 400)
        • Unrated 4th-8th grade
        • Unrated K-3rd grade
      • Each section will have about 15-20 players.
      • All games in the USCF sections will be USCF Quick-Rated.
      • Time control for USCF sections:  G/15; d3 (game in 15 minutes with a 3 second delay)
      • Time control for unrated sections:  G/18 (no delay)
      • Each player will play 3 games.
      • Individual Swiss format, except players are guaranteed not to play against other players from their school.
      • Round times:  6:45pm, 7:25pm, 8:15pm.  Trophies:  8:55pm
      • Players must play for the school they currently attend, except 5th graders (and below) may play for their elementary school alma mater
      • Trophies will mainly be distributed based on team performance.  Limited individual trophies will be available.  See below for details.
      • Your team has a better chance of winning trophies if your team has more players, so encourage your classmates to register.
      • Players who score a perfect 3.0 in the K-3 unrated section will be asked to play in the 4th-8th grade section in the next tournament.  Players who score a perfect 3.0 in the 4th-8th grade unrated section (or the old Intermediate section) will be asked to join the USCF for the next tournament.

      Team Scoring

      Scoring subject to change based on number of sections, but scoring will be something like this for team trophy purposes:
      • USCF advanced section:  42 points per win (21 points per draw).  Expected rating range for section:  800 - 1200 (may be modified to balance sections)
      • USCF intermediate section:  38 points per win.  Expected rating range for section:  400-800 (may be modified to balance sections)
      • USCF beginner section:  34 points per win.  Expected rating range for section:  under 400 (may be modified to balance sections)
      • Unrated 4th-8th grade:  28 points per win
      • Unrated K-3rd grade:  24 points per win
      • USCF members must play in USCF section.
      • Non-members may play in unrated sections, or become members to play in USCF rated sections.  Sign up for USCF membership here (memberships start at $17 per year).
      • Unrated USCF members will be placed in an appropriate USCF section (TD discretion).
      • Rated USCF members may not play below their section, but can optionally play in a higher section even if they are lower-rated.  Exception:  provisionally-rated USCF members may be placed in lower rated section at TD's discretion.
      • The latest USCF Quick Ratings will be used for section and pairing purposes.

      Trophies

      Team scores are based on the combined scores of the top players on that team.  Trophies awarded:
      • Best Super team (6 players)
      • Best Large team (5 players)
      • Best Standard team (4 players)
      • Best Small team (3 players)
      • Best Mini team (2 players)
      • To qualify for a team trophy, a team *must* have at least the required number of players.
      • Only the top scoring players on the team get a trophy (i.e., for a standard team, only the top 4 get trophies; ties broken by tie-breaks).
      • A team cannot win more than 1 trophy.  e.g., a team winning the Large team trophy is disallowed from winning the Standard team trophy.
      • There will be trophies for individual players with perfect 3.0 scores, but only to those who didn't already win a team trophy (an individual can't win two trophies).
      Example:  Team A has 6 players, with point totals of 126, 102, 85, 75, 66, and 55, so their 6-player total is 509 and 5-player total is 454.  Team B has 6 players, with point totals of 105, 102, 90, 60, 45, 34, so their 6-player total is 436, and 5-player total is 402.  Then Team A wins the 6-player team trophies, and Team B wins the 5-player team trophies (since their 5-player total is best of the remaining teams).

      Wednesday, November 16, 2016

      2016 Baywood Tournament Results

      90 players entered the 4th annual Baywood Chess Tournament on November 13th, 2016.  Here are the results.

      Noah Korn repeated his K-1 win from 2015.  Caden Cartegena was a first time winner, in the 2-3 section.  Jared Gong won the 4-5 section to complement his K-1 win in the Heather tournament way back in 2013.  Ethan Cartegena won the 6-8 section that he also won back in 2014.

      For the first time, the Baywood 6-8th grade section was USCF-rated.  Here is the USCF Rating Report.


      K-1 Section

      #NameRtngRd 1Rd 2Rd 3Rd 4Rd 5Tot
      1Noah Korn10W3W4W13W2W75.0
      2Krish Mandikanden10W8W5W6L1W34.0
      3Kenta Itami-Wolf10L1W9W10W12L23.0
      4Michael Fowler10W18L1W11L5W123.0
      5Joshua Jing10D9L2W14W4D63.0
      6Graham Sargeant10D12W16L2W9D53.0
      7Allison Newmanunr.D15X17D12W13L13.0
      8Ryan Newman10L2L10B---W16W133.0
      9Christopher Joe10D5L3X17L6W162.5
      10Sanvi Kumarunr.L11W8L3D14W152.5
      11Sasha Rana10W10L13L4W15D142.5
      12Tyler Ma10D6W15D7L3L42.0
      13Kavya Mathan10W14W11L1L7L82.0
      14Jackson Knapp10L13B---L5D10D112.0
      15Samuel Cholovsky10D7L12D16L11L101.0
      16Lia Finn10H---L6D15L8L91.0
      17Brady Weyer10H---F7F9U---U---0.5
      18Rocco Casamassina10L4U---U---U---U---0.0


      2-3 Section

      #NameRtngRd 1Rd 2Rd 3Rd 4Rd 5Tot
      1Caden Cartagena812W14W26W9W4W25.0
      2Trevor Yao791W11W16W10W3L14.0
      3Ishaan Aradhye412W5W12W24L2W154.0
      4Vian Yang617W33W19W29L1W114.0
      5Baron Edwards20L3W27W12W23W104.0
      6Caleb Roodman20D7W36D18W13W94.0
      7Ryan Lee470D6W8W13L9W183.5
      8Colby Manrao20H---L7W28W20W193.5
      9Erik Leong319W31W15L1W7L63.0
      10Luke Schumacher30W35W17L2W24L53.0
      11Calvin Baxter30L2W30W35W17L43.0
      12Victor Chapas20W27L3L5W30W263.0
      13Grant Strehlow20B---W20L7L6W313.0
      14Charlie Wilcox30L1L18W27W35W243.0
      15Aeron Gurskis20W37L9W32W25L33.0
      16Raghav Vemulapalli20W30L2L25W34W233.0
      17Leo Gelb20X39L10W31L11W253.0
      18Kian Baheri30L26W14D6W21L72.5
      19Miles Yu20W32L4D20W22L82.5
      20Isaac Copen30W21L13D19L8W332.5
      21Aaron Minton20L20B---D22L18W322.5
      22Camden Baxter30L23W38D21L19W362.5
      23Holden Keane20W22L29W26L5L162.0
      24Orion Gurskis20W34W25L3L10L142.0
      25Arthur Li30W28L24W16L15L172.0
      26Mak Boonyapornnad20W18L1L23W36L122.0
      27Luke Williams30L12L5L14B---W372.0
      28Hunter Stoval20L25D34L8D37W352.0
      29Michael Balshunou30W38W23L4U---U---2.0
      30Aidan Schneider30L16L11D33L12W381.5
      31Kian Jenks20L9W37L17D32L131.5
      32Bailey Chinnan30L19W33L15D31L211.5
      33Evan Joe30L4L32D30W38L201.5
      34Kamran Hindi30L24D28D36L16H---1.5
      35Jonny Freedman20L10W39L11L14L281.0
      36Erin Finn30H---L6D34L26L221.0
      37Brennan Sherman30L15L31D38D28L271.0
      38Mari Galstanunr.L29L22D37L33L300.5
      39Evan Westheimer30F17L35U---U---U---0.0


      4-5 Section

      #NameRtngRd 1Rd 2Rd 3Rd 4Rd 5Tot
      1Jared Gong905W11W3D9W6W24.5
      2Jacob Yuryev853W13W8W4W9L14.0
      3Skyler Peterson685W10L1W18W7W94.0
      4Elliott Regan1120W17W16L2W12D53.5
      5Ariane Yedidia862W20W12L6W8D43.5
      6Andrew Manraounr.H---W19W5L1W123.5
      7Caspar Liunr.W19L9W11L3W133.0
      8Jonas Roodman40B---L2W19L5W173.0
      9Neel Sijp729W14W7D1L2L32.5
      10Christopher Nelson40L3W13L16W14D112.5
      11Dylan Williams50L1W14L7W15D102.5
      12Manya Kumar547W18L5W15L4L62.0
      13Josh Geller50L2L10W17W18L72.0
      14Jamie Lenhard40L9L11B---L10W182.0
      15Tyler Fernandez40L16W17L12L11B---2.0
      16Ankit Muppala723W15L4W10U---U---2.0
      17Wyatt Yang50L4L15L13B---L81.0
      18Spencer Field40L12B---L3L13L141.0
      19Frankie Presta107L7L6L8U---U---0.0
      20Zoe Casamassina50L5U---U---U---U---0.0


      6-8 Section

      #NameRtngRd 1Rd 2Rd 3Rd 4Rd 5Tot
      1Ethan Cartagena1350D5W3W4W2W74.5
      2Collin Liou1133W12W6W7L1W34.0
      3Tristan Liu934W4L1W6W11L23.0
      4Alan FInkelstein1232L3W9L1W8W53.0
      5Keenan Liou1076D1W8D11W7L43.0
      6Nathan Gong1078W13L2L3W12W113.0
      7Evan Leong1095W10W11L2L5L12.0
      8Alex Zhao1035H---L5W10L4D122.0
      9Isaia Tuimavave640L11L4L12W10W132.0
      10Alex Dils490L7W12L8L9B---2.0
      11Adam Zweiger1123W9L7D5L3L61.5
      12Thomas Lu928L2L10W9L6D81.5
      13Xander Yang268L6B---H---U---L91.5