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Version 11.8.05 OFFICIAL ROLE AND DUTIES SCOREKEEPER LAKE STURGEON BOWL A Regional Competition in the National Ocean Sciences Bowl  Based on materials.

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1 Version OFFICIAL ROLE AND DUTIES SCOREKEEPER LAKE STURGEON BOWL A Regional Competition in the National Ocean Sciences Bowl  Based on materials developed by National Ocean Sciences Bowl 

2 Version National Ocean Sciences Bowl 1.Set up Set up score sheet on flipchart 2. Understand where to place points Use running and cumulative tallies TEAM ATEAM B TCQ 25 Buzzer 6 Subtotal 31 TCQ 15 Buzzer 20 Subtotal 35 TCQ #1 10 TCQ # TCQ #1 5 TCQ # Running tally Cumulative tally Buzzer Round 2 Final3749 The Scorekeeper stands to the side of the room in full view of the teams and other officials SCOREKEEPER What DO I Do ?

3 Version National Ocean Sciences Bowl 3. Question Point Values Toss-up questions = 4 points Bonus questions = 6 points Team Challenge questions = up to 20 points Unrecognized (blurt) correct or incorrect = 0 points Recognized, incorrect, interrupt = negative 4 points SCOREKEEPER What DO I Do ?

4 Version National Ocean Sciences Bowl 4.When the Science Judge announces the results of the team challenge questions, add points (as appropriate) above the double line. Total the results of the team challenge questions and add that number to the first buzzer round for a “cumulative subtotal.” REMEMBER: BOTH teams may win points on a Team Challenge question, including partial credit. SCOREKEEPER What DO I Do ?

5 Version National Ocean Sciences Bowl 5. If a competitor interrupts the Moderator while a toss-up question is being read, and if the competitor is recognized and answers incorrectly, the competitor’s team Has 4 points deducted from their score AND The opposing team has the question re-read in its entirety and a chance to answer the toss-up question (for an additional 4 points) The opposing team also has a chance to answer the bonus question (for an additional 6 points) if they correctly answer the toss-up question. SCOREKEEPER What DO I Do ?

6 Version National Ocean Sciences Bowl 6. If a competitor interrupts the Moderator while a toss-up question is being read, and if the competitor “blurts” an answer (correct or incorrect) without being recognized, No points are awarded or deducted AND The opposing team has the question re-read in its entirety and a chance to answer the toss-up question (for an additional 4 points) The opposing team also has a chance to answer the bonus question (for an additional 6 points) if they correctly answer the toss-up question. SCOREKEEPER What DO I Do ?

7 Version National Ocean Sciences Bowl 7. At the end of game Announce the final scores and take the score sheet, tally, questions and paper to Ocean Bowl Central. SCOREKEEPER What DO I Do ?

8 Version Set up Set up score sheet on flipchart 2. Understand where to place points Use running and cumulative tallies 3. Question Point Values Toss-up questions = 4 points Bonus questions = 6 points Team Challenge questions = up to 20 points Unrecognized (blurt) correct or incorrect = 0 points Recognized, incorrect, interrupt = negative 4 points 4. When the Science Judge announces the results of the team challenge questions, add points (as appropriate) above the double line. Total the results of the team challenge questions and add that number to the first buzzer round for a “cumulative subtotal.” REMEMBER: BOTH teams may win points on a Team Challenge question, including partial credit. 5. If a competitor interrupts the Moderator while a toss-up question is being read, and if the competitor is recognized and answers incorrectly, the competitor’s team Has 4 points deducted from their score AND The opposing team has the question re-read in its entirety and a chance to answer the toss-up question (for an additional 4 points) The opposing team also has a chance to answer the bonus question (for an additional 6 points) if they correctly answer the toss-up question. 6. If a competitor interrupts the Moderator while a toss-up question is being read, and if the competitor “blurts” an answer (correct or incorrect) without being recognized,  No points are awarded or deducted AND The opposing team has the question re-read in its entirety and a chance to answer the toss-up question (for an additional 4 points) The opposing team also has a chance to answer the bonus question (for an additional 6 points) if they correctly answer the toss-up question. 7. At the end of game Announce the final scores and take the score sheet, tally, questions and paper to Ocean Bowl Central. TEAM ATEAM B TCQ 25 Buzzer 6 Subtotal 31 TCQ 15 Buzzer 20 Subtotal 35 National Ocean Sciences Bowl TCQ #1 10 TCQ # TCQ #1 5 TCQ # Running tally Cumulative tally Buzzer Round 2 Final3749 SCOREKEEPER What DO I Do ?


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