FROM Northwest Washington Scholastic Chess Ememo 219 by Randy Kaech NORTHWEST HIGH SCHOOL CHESS LEAGUE STANDINGS AFTER SIX ROUNDS Two rounds yet to go, which will be played Monday evening, January 14 at Ferndale HS, 6:00 p.m. The top eight teams qualify to play in the Washington State High School Chess Team Championships, held February 8 and… Continue reading High School Chess League Report
Nathan Lee of Issaquah won the 6 player round robin event with 4.5-.5 score. Roland Feng of Seattle was 2nd with 4-1. Lee and Feng drew their game. Event was held Jan. 4-6, 2013. David Hendricks of Sammamish was the tournament director. USCF crosstable link.
The 2012 National K12 Championships that were held 30 November – 2 December at the Marriott Orlando World Center Resort, Orlando, FL had 10 players from Washington and Oregon attending. Kyle Haining of Kellogg Middle School, Lake Forrest Park WA played in the 95 player 7th grade section and scored 5.5-1.5 tying for 5th-9th place just… Continue reading WA/OR in National Scholastic
Fall Classic Nov 17, 2012, Eugene, OR had 68 total players. The TD was J. Ramey. Section Elite 8 results: Grabinsky, Aaron a 9th grader of Coquille, Dalthorp, Matt a 11th grader of Albany and Skalnes, Erik a 10th grader of Eugene tied for 1st all at 3-1. Aaron lost to Erik, Matt lost to Aaron and Erik… Continue reading Oregon Scholastic Event
92 kids in 5 sections took part in the Thanksgiving Scholastic held Nov 23 in Redmond WA as a one-day event, part of the Washington Class. David Hendricks was the TD. K-3 Open was won by Yu, Jason with a 5-0 score K-3 U800 was won by Zhang, Jack with a 4-0 score 4-6 Open was won by… Continue reading Thanksgiving Scholastic
See story “West Seattle dad shares the game with others” in the West Seattle Herald.
Clackamas K-12 Open will occur on Saturday, October 20, 2012 Location: Clackamas High School 14488 SE 122nd Ave Clackamas, OR 97015 USA Description: This tournament is open to all K-12 players of all skill levels and it is Clackamas High School Chess Club’s first event. It will have multiple grade based sections which will reward individual performance… Continue reading Scholastic Chess in Oregon