Scholastic Chess of Indiana

20 Indiana Kids on the March 2019 Top 100 Lists

Each month US Chess publishes lists of the top 100 players for ages ranging from 7-18, with a second list for girls at each age. Exactly 20 Indiana scholastic players made the March 2019 lists! A trio of Indiana high schoolers lead the way with Aydin Turgut (2301 rating) ranked 8th among 14 years olds,…

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Team Finals

UPDATE 3/24/19: Final results now posted here.     A list of teams registered for the 2019 SCI Team State Finals is now posted here. TEAM MEMBER LISTS NOW POSTED- 2019 SCI Team Championships

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Indiana Teen Leads Team to U.S. Amateur North 1st Place Finish

Indiana scholastic chess had another great performance in a high-level tournament as Culver Academy 9th grader Aydin Turgut led his team to a first place finish at the 2019 U.S. Amateur North tournament (held in Schaumburg, IL on February 15-17). Aydin’s team (“Liquid Knightrogen”) finished in a three-way tie for first place with 4.5/5 points,…

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Indiana Players at the 2018 K-12 Nationals

This is the first post in what we hope will be a regular series of stories celebrating the accomplishments of Indiana scholastic chess players. We’ll focus mainly on major events outside of the state, but I’m sure we’ll find some in-state successes to celebrate as well. If you have a story you would like to…

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Goshen Regional – Weather

– Weather – The Goshen regional scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 12 is running as scheduled with no delays.  Any changes to the schedule will be posted here first (before I answer any voicemails or emails).

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Regional Results

Results are now posted for the Jan. 5, 2019 regional tournaments in Evansville, Hammond, and Terre Haute.  Click here to see the results.

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Terre Haute Regional DATE CHANGE

SCI Families, Because of an unavoidable conflict, the Terre Haute regional HAS BEEN MOVED TO SATURDAY, JANUARY 5. For those of you who are already registered, you may change to another regional if this date causes a conflict.  Contact Scott at admin@scichess.org.

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