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To encourage youth SCRABBLE players, NASPA established the Youth Achievement Awards in 2017.
Youth players are awarded achievement points for competing successfully in NASPA-rated, School SCRABBLE, and Youth SCRABBLE tournaments.
Players get 1 point for each tournament they finish, plus 1 point for each game they win. Both members of a team get full points in School SCRABBLE events.
In addition, bonus points are awarded to the top 4 finishers in each division of a tournament:
The award season runs from the beginning of a North American SCRABBLE Championship to the beginning of the next championship where the winners will be announced.
There are 3 grade categories of Youth Achievement Awards:
Players in each category will be recognized for the most achievement points earned.
Players finishing the year with the highest NASPA rating in each category will also be honored.
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