Back to Photo Index
Jane Williams answering a question for students from Sullivan-Worcester.
(l-r) Mark Morris, Hasbro, Gregg Foster, Ben Loiterstein, and John Williams, NSA.
Table 11, Cioffi/Otolan (Immaculate Conception-Revere red) vs Medina/Nelson (Brookings red).
Table 7, Immaculate Conception-Marlboro blue (Ahern-Hutton) defeats red (Flannery/Marques), 144-103. I'm told that MOCKING, FANTaSY, and DOZeNs were played by team red and blue got down ZIG.
Table 11, Cioffi/Otolan (Immaculate Conception-Revere red) defeats Medina/Nelson (Brookings red), 217-211. Note that the losers played ORANGe, DOG (creating JIBED from an existing JIBE), and SLEEPs. The winners played QUOTES and JIBE.
Pouring over contestant results cards, (l-r) Patty Hocker, Kathy Hummel, and Greg Foster, figure out the next rounds' pairings.
Ben Lyons and Joe Edley combing over the wall chart results. I sent you this in a rotated form.
Students checking out results.
Students, parents, and coaches excitedly waiting for round 5 pairings to be announced.
Photo of the large Hasbro banner.
Hasbro employees: Mark Morris, Public Relations Director for Games; Jackie Williams, Senior Marketing Manager; and Raela Ripaldi, Associate Marketing Director.
HASBRO is the owner of the registered SCRABBLE® trademark in the United States and Canada. © 2011 HASBRO. All rights reserved. "SCRABBLE® Brand Crossword Game" is the proper way to refer to this unique group of word games and related properties marketed by HASBRO. "SCRABBLE®" is not a generic term. To use it as such is not only misleading but also does injustice to the company responsible for the trademark's longtime popularity. All we ask is that when you mean SCRABBLE® Brand Crossword Game, you say so.
The SCRABBLE® trademark is owned by J.W. Spear and Sons, PLC, a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc. outside of the United States and Canada.
For more information about SCRABBLE® or the NSA, or to comment on or correct the contents of this page,
For information about SCRABBLE® tournaments please visit our partner organization, NASPA. To report technical difficulties in reading this page, please contact webmaster John Chew at: firstname.lastname@example.org