- Alex Swiezynski for taking 1st plact trophy with 4 wins!
- Michael Swiezynski for taking 6th place in his FIRST tournament w/ 2-1/2 points!
- Colin Mies for finishing 7th w/ a strong 2 wins
- Augie Dunbar for taking 9th place w/ 2 wins in his FIRST tournament
- Rachel Fredlund hung in there and got her first win !
- Alabhya Prasad showed great determination & sportmanship, hung in there and got a draw
- Anoushka Prasad had no losses (3 wins, 2 draws) and took the 3rd place trophy!
- Alyssa Przedwiecki took 6th place with 3 wins!
- Kyle Jain took the 5th place trophy with 3-1/2 points in a very strong section
- Will Schantz took 6th place, also with 3-1/2 points
- Kenny Mies took 13th with two strong wins.
- Special shout out to Kenny who chose to play in the stronger USCF division so that he could be on Kyle's and Will's team. His wins pushed the 3 person team into 2nd place!
- Jason Markowski took 2nd place with no losses, only missing first place on tie breakers with 4-1/2 points!
- Jacob Gomoll took 12th with 2 strong wins
- Rachel Gomoll started with a win but didn't feel well and had to leave after 3rd game
And now, the GRAND PRIX year-long awards.
- special mention to Nelson Klein & Gavin Joers who played strong all year but just couldn't make the tournament because of spring break
- Will Schantz took the 3rd place trophy in a very close finish! He gave up his 1st place traveling cup from last year and was given his replacement engraved trophy to keep.
- Kyle Jain took 10th place with a strong year, especially considering his late start in the year!
- Jason Markowski took the 1st place trophy / traveling cup in a very close race! The trophy, with his name engraved on the plaque is his for the year, until the winner of next year is announced
- Even Seghers hung on to 2nd place after a very strong year, and he could not be at the tournament because of spring break. He was given a replacement trophy to keep as he turned in his first place traveling cup from last year.
- Jacob Gomoll took 5th place w/ a strong showing on Saturday
- Reid Seghers hung on to 6th place also after a strong year and not being able to play Saturday because of spring break
- Rachel Gomoll hung on to 10th place, despite not being able to finish the tournament
Congratulations again to the MSCC for very strong year of playing and demonstration of good sportsmanship!