2016 NABQT


Posted on August 22nd, by General Youth Division in Bible Quizzing. No Comments

2016 NABQT
108 teams met in Murfreesboro, Tennessee on July 30, 2016 for the Senior Bible Quizzing (SBQ) North American Bible Quiz Tournament (NABQT). The Experienced (ages 15-18) and Intermediate (ages 12-14) divisions each had 54 teams. By Wednesday, August 3, we had two undefeated champions—one from the east coast and one from the west coast. The list below shows the team and individual winners.

The NABQT was the culmination of this year’s study on the books of Romans and James. UPCI students were able to dig deep into the truths shared in these important books to our apostolic faith.

In 2017, SBQ celebrates its fiftieth anniversary under the theme Rooted: Our History – Our Destiny. Our book of study will be The Acts of the Apostles. One of the outgrowths of SBQ since its inception in 1967 is the development of leaders. May God raise up yet another generation of Apostolic leaders who will follow the pattern of first century believers in the twenty-first century.

Intermediate NABQT 2016 Top 12 Teams
1st Western 1 Concord, CA
2nd Illinois 1 Salem / Herrin, IL
3rd Illinois 2 Bloomington, IL
4th Texas 1 Conroe, TX Tied
Tied 5th Oregon 1 Oregon City, OR
Tied 5th Virginia 1 Chesapeake, VA
Tied 7th Wisconsin 1 Racine, WI
Tied 7th Western 3 Merced, CA
Tied 9th Louisiana 3 Breaux Bridge, LA
Tied 9th Tennessee 1 Nashville/Kingsport, TN
Tied 9th Texas 2 College Station, TX
Tied 9th Arkansas 1 Lepanto, AR
Highest Scoring Individuals (top 2 from top 4 teams)
Highest Ally Gentry Western 1 90.71
2nd Highest Luke Barton Illinois 1 77.77

All Tournament Team (All members must come from teams with at least 2 wins)
1 Marc Grassl Virginia 1 94.28
2 Zach Williamson Western 3 94.28
3 Ryan Brewer Kentucky 2 93.00
4 Sydni Gross Ohio 3 93.00
5 Emma Lane Ohio 1 92.50

Coach of the Year
Coach of the Year Cynthia Bounds Zanesville, OH
1st Runner up COY Andrew & Anthony Gleason Oregon City, OR
2nd Runner up COY Darren Venus Salem/Herrin, IL
3rd Runner up COY Beau LeBlanc Breaux Bridge, LA
4th Runner up COY Philip Melder Bloomington, IL

Quizzer of the Year
Quizzer of the Year Ally Gentry Concord, CA
1st Runner up QOY Luke Barton Salem/Herrin, IL
2nd Runner up QOY Anne Huffman Oregon City, OR
3rd Runner up QOY Marc Grassl Chesapeake, VA
4th Runner up QOY Elijah Whitworth Conroe, TX

Experienced NABQT 2016 Top 12 Teams
1st New Jersey / Delaware 1 Newark, DE
2nd Florida 1 Palm Bay, FL
3rd Missouri 4 Hazelwood, MO
4th Louisiana 1 Alexandria, LA
Tied 5th Louisiana 4 Oakdale / Lake Charles, LA
Tied 5th Louisiana 2 Denham Springs, LA
Tied 7th Ohio 2 Lancaster, OH
Tied 7th South Carolina 1 Spartanburg, SC
Tied 9th New Jersey / Delaware 2 Pennsville, NJ
Tied 9th Wisconsin 2 Oak Creek / Shawano, WI
Tied 9th Wisconsin 1 Racine, WI
Tied 9th Alabama 1 Bessemer, AL

Highest Scoring Individuals (top 2 from top 4 teams)
Highest Vincent Beardsley New Jersey / Delaware 1 150.00
2nd Highest Megan Favorite Missouri 4 115.00

All Tournament Team (All members must come from teams with at least 2 wins)
1 Collin Angell South Carolina 1 121.66
2 Stephen Coakley Ohio 2 117.00
3 Ryland Faubert Florida 1 110.55
4 Carson Elliott Louisiana 1 100.00
5 Alexia Cousins Connecticut 1 96.25

Coach of the Year
Coach of the Year Rani Nolan Glenview, IL
1st Runner up COY Stan Seth Wilmington, DE
2nd Runner up COY Brock Fierge Hazelwood, MO
3rd Runner up COY Billy & Debbie Cooper Pennsville, NJ
4th Runner up COY Angelo Meaderds Aloha, OR

Quizzer of the Year
Quizzer of the Year Megan Favorite Hazelwood, MO
1st Runner up QOY Vincent Beardsley Newark, DE
2nd Runner up QOY Torrie Glover Zanesville, OH
3rd Runner up QOY Ryland Faubert Palm Bay, FL
4th Runner up QOY Michael Wilbanks Bessemer, AL

New Team Merit Award New Team Merit Award Oregon 1 Aloha, Oregon





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