CSCA Approves Adult and Scholastic Tournaments for 2017-18, New Events and Format Changes.
Results by CT representatives at the national tournaments for state scholastic champions in Norfolk, VA:
- Denker (High School): Zachary Tanenbaum 23rd/48 with 3.0/6 score
- Barber (K-8): Bryan Weisz: 16th/48 with 3.5/6 score
- NGTOC (Girls): Beatrice Low: 25th/42 with 3.0/6 score
Here are the final three tables, with 4 players each, for Denker, Barber and Girls nominations:
Winners Zachary Tanenbaum (Denker), Bryan Weisz (Barber) and Beatrice Low (Girls)
CT Scholastic Quick Chess State Championship was played in New Haven. Winners are:
- Elementary: Jake Lumelsky from Bugbee Elementary in West Hartford,
- Middle: Preston Deleo from Woodbury Middle,
- High School: Alex Palvinksi from Barlow High in Redding.
Bartels Hall at University of New Haven.
Recently, Kevin Zimmerman started chess activities at the South Windsor Public Library.
Here a picture from the 1st South Windsor Public Library Chess League Tournament:
You can contact Kevin via e-mail at email@example.com
Press release for CCO Statewide Championships held in West Hartford and New Haven.
CT Rapid State Championships
Mike Lei Wang (Quick 1876), a high school student at The Franklin Academy in East Haddam, CT swept a very strong field at the first ever CSCA CT Rapids State Championships, held in West Haven. He won all 7 games, in the process beating 2
National Masters and a FIDE Master. Congratulations Mike! (for details see the RESULTS section of this site)
Press release for Thomas Hartmayer Memorial.
Final standings of NNGP are here.
3/9 Match Simsbury High School versus UConn was played in Storrs.
UConn won 9.5 – 6.5
Team Simsbury with the UConn Husky in front of Gampel Pavilion.
Ted McHugh III from Simsbury won the 2017 CT State Championship, 2nd/3rd place tie-break went to Nelson Castaneda over
Gary Shure. In the Candidates section, the top two finishers qualify for automatic seeding in the championship section next year.
Taking first on tie-breaks was Manav Ramprasad with 3.5/4.0 pts, 2nd place was Pranav Jayaganesh. The Class prize winners were:
Class B, William Adamson, Class C, Harold Blanchard and Class D, Dhanush Kalandi. Overall, 20 scholastic players competed
in the tournament.
Above Ted with black during his game in the last round against Gary Shure.
The first CT Scholastic Team State Championship was held at Hall High School in West Hartford – 25 teams (of 4 players each) participated.
• Elementary: Bugbee School
• Middle: King Philip Middle School
• High: Simsbury High School
Scholastic State Championship at CREC Two Rivers Middle School in East Hartford
On a snowy day many still participated. TD IM Jan van de Mortel in the middle.
Winners individual: 9-12 Zachary Tanenbaum, 4-9 Bryan Weisz, K-6 Robert Ulmer, K-3 Max Ingargiola
Winners team: 9-12 Simsbury High School, 4-9 King Philip West Hartford, K-6 Brunswick Greenwich
More details at the RESULTS section of this site and in the CCO press release
Standings of National Nominations Grand Prix are here.
Scholastic State High School team trophy winners:
Simsbury High School (outside in the snow storm).
UConn announced $14,000 in UConn scholarships to be awarded at the CT State K-12 Championships
Feb 12th. See the amended flyer in the EVENTS section of this site.
Hebron club in Hartford Courant
A picture of Rob Roy at the Hebron Library. Click here to read the article.
(image by Melanie Savage/Hartford Courant)
Beatrice Low wins CT Girls State Championship
Press release by CCO is here
Latest standings in National Nominations Grand Prix are here