03/18 Crescent City

Registered Teams (V/JV)
  • Ben Franklin (1/0)
  • Brother Martin (1/0)
  • College Track After School (1/0)
  • Dunham (2/1)
  • Holy Cross (1/0)
  • Jesuit (2/1)
  • Lusher (1/1)
  • Pensacola (2/0)
  • St. Martin’s (1/0)
  • Strake Jesuit (1/0)
  • University Lab (1/0)
  • Ursuline (1/0)
Logistics
Mount Carmel Academy is proud to invite all high school quiz bowl teams to attend the Crescent City Invitational on Saturday, March 18th at its Lakeview campus (7027 Milne Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70124). To register please email tournament director Kevin Marshall.
The tournament will feature Varsity and JV brackets. The JV division will be for students in 10th grade or below. The tournament will be in a round-robin format, with re-bracketing

for playoffs if necessary. The tournament will be 20/20 format on NAQT IS-165A. There will be no computational math tossups or bonuses.

The field size will be tentatively capped at 18 teams. This number may increase depending upon the number of readers available. Each school may register up to three total teams. The base fee per team (not per school) is $60. There is a $5 discount for bringing a fully functional buzzer system with at least eight working buzzers (limit two buzzer discounts per school) and a $10 discount for bringing an experienced reader who can work the entire tournament (no limit on this discount). Team trophies will be provided to the winning varsity and JV teams. Top individual scorers will also receive trophies.

Please make checks payable to “Mount Carmel Academy.” You may bring a check or cash on the day of the tournament, or you may mail a check to Mt. Carmel Academy, 7027 Milne Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70124. Please write “quiz bowl” on the envelope or the memo line of the check.

Quiz Bowl is an academics-based game in which two teams of four students compete to answer questions about math, science, history, literature, religion, and arts. Students buzz in to answer tossup questions and correct tossup responses are rewarded with an opportunity to answer 3 bonus questions that cannot be stolen by the opposing team. The team with the most points after 20 tossup-bonus pairs is the winner.

The Louisiana Quiz Bowl Alliance is a coalition of quiz bowl players, coaches, and professionals dedicated to helping Louisiana’s secondary schools successfully compete with the best academic teams in the nation. The Louisiana Quiz Bowl Alliances includes the quiz bowl programs of Louisiana State University, Louisiana Tech University, Tulane University, and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. LQBA has been hosting top quality academic tournaments since 2013.