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February 09, 2010, 02:26:37 PM - ORIGINAL POST -

The tournament structure and bracket is as follows:

Eligible Divisions:

    * Elementary Division: Students in Grades 3-5
    * Middle School Division: Students in Grades 6-8
    * High School Division: Students in Grades 9-12
    * Competition Timeline:

Competition Timeline:

Round One:  Statewide Qualifier

    * Students from all over the state will compete against their classmates in their division at their respective schools
    * First and Second place from each Qualifier advance to next round

Round Two:  Regional Championships

    * The winners of the Round One Qualifiers will compete in seven Regional Championships to determine who will advance to the state finals
    * First and Second Place winners from each region will be invited to the State Championships

Round Three:  State Championship Tournaments

    * Championships will be held in the state capital of Charleston
    * Winners of Round Two Regional Championships will compete against each other
    * Top three places in each Division will be awarded scholarships and prizes

That actually sounds pretty cool to me - play DDR at your school and then move on to play kids from other schools? That would be a lot of fun.
Read February 09, 2010, 02:48:34 PM #1

Perhaps they're hoping younger kids won't complain about the way the tournament will be ran.

Either way, I think it's a cool idea. I wish they did stuff like this when I was in school.
Read February 09, 2010, 06:54:16 PM #2

Perhaps they're hoping kids who don't really play DDR won't complain about the way the tournament will be run.

But yeah that is pretty sweet. I hope it catches on in more states than just West Virginia.
Read February 09, 2010, 11:25:27 PM #3

... I wish they had these at my school.  I'd be able to place pretty high I'd think.
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