2010 Michigan QSO Party

Club Competition

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In-State

Club Name

Score

Entries

Blossomland Amateur Radio Assn

373,810

14

Southeastern Michigan DX Assn

362,485

4

L'Anse Creuse ARC

174,345

3

 

The second place Michigan club last year jumped to the top this time - and it is a first time win for the Blossomland Amateur Radio Association.  No stranger to the leaders box (they were #2 last year), Blossomland put together a total of fourteen scores, (tied for second-highest number of club entries in MiQP history!) The Blossomland total of 373,810 points was anchored by N8SS's #1 single-op high-power score and the KX8D multi-op score.  The activity by Blossomland members provided a lot of MiQP multipliers from the southwest portion of the state.

The second place club, the Southeastern Michigan DX Association with 362,485 points, is a another club who is familiar with the leaders box.  They trailed Blossomland by only 11,325 points with just four entries, but these included the #1 multi-single score (K8ESQ) and the #1 single-operator QRP score (K8MM).

In third place is a club which used to dominate the MiQP club competition back in the 1970s, and we welcome the L'Anse Creuse Amateur Radio Club back to the leaders box with 174,345 points.  The LCARC total benefited from the #2 multi-multi and #2 low power single-op entries.

Out-Of-State

Club Name

Score

Entries

South East Contest Club

86,326

4

Society of Midwest Contesters

64,361

8

Minnesota Wireless Association

58,742

3

Among the out-of-state clubs, the South East Contest Club stepped up from #2 last year and grabbed the top spot with a score of 86,326 points.  While they only had four entries, these included N4PN's #2 Eastern Region single-op score and sizable scores from K1ZZI and K4BAI.

In second place was the Society of Midwest Contesters with 64,361 points.  The SoMC put together eight entries; second only to the Tennessee Contest Group with nine for the most entries from a non-Michigan club.  Their total benefited from KJPL's #4 Eastern Region single-op score

Not far behind in third place was the Minnesota Wireless Association with 58,724 points.  MWA only had four entries, but one of those was NIJ's #1 Eastern Region single-op score.

Once again, we would like to point out that scores for an in-state club must be made from Michigan, and scores for an out-of-state club must be made from outside of Michigan.  In some cases, there were clubs which had member scores from both areas.  In these cases we treat the member's scores outside the club's "home" region as a separate club, and if there were two or more such entries, these appear in the results.  (For example, MRRC had two entries from Ohio/Pennsylvania, so these are shown as "MRRC non-MI".)

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