A Collection of Old SCCC News Stories (Newest to Oldest)
NAQP CW Claimed Scores
January 2014
 N6WIN(N6MJ)     SO    312,232      N6MU            SO     99,530
 K6LA            SO    243,110      N6ER            SO     85,644
 AF6O            SO    204,048      KI6VC           SO     56,854
 N6AN(@W6UE)     SO    195,720      N6GP            SO     52,448
 AC6T(@W6RFU)    SO    177,240      N6NC            SO     43,070
 K6NR            SO    176,730      W6TK            SO     40,018
 XE2MX           SO    161,766      N5ZO            SO     35,100
 NX6T(NěDY)      SO    135,872      WA6URY          SO     15,664
 WN6K            SO    114,872
 SCCC #1 (N6WIN(N6MJ),K6LA,AC6T,N6AN,K6NR)              1,105,032
 SCCC #2 (NX6T(NěDY),WN6K,XE2MX,AF6O,KI6VC)               673,412
 SCCC #3 (W6TK,N6GP,N6NC,K6NA)                            135,536
Ionospheric Disturbance
December 2013
Alarmed by the massive ionospheric disturbance detected within the Arctic Circle on the weekend of November 23-24, a team was dispatched to locate the source and determine what was causing it.

As they arrived in the Mojave area of Southern California the field strength was so severe that Rudolph's nose had turned a sickening crimson color. Meanwhile the old bearded guy in the red suit was in a very jolly mood having spent the last several hours sipping from a bottle of Jack Daniels that had been conveniently stowed in the back of the slay.

After a few minutes triangulation the source was located and a picture (left) was taken as evidence of the 15m RF that was emanating from the N6MI contest van. When confronted with the photographic evidence N6MI came up with a not to be believed story to explain what he was doing out in the desert on a Saturday evening. An appropriate entry was made into the naughty/nice book.
SCCC Wins Yet Another Gavel - N6NB
November 2013
The results of the 2013 August UHF contest are now online at ARRL.org, and SCCC won the club competition. Unlike the June VHF contest, in which SCCC just barely outscored the Potomac Valley Radio Club (by 30K out of 1.3 million points), this one was a blowout.

SCCC had 1.1 megapoints. The next highest club aggregate score was about 250K.

Our score came mostly from rovers. N6NB had the top rover score, followed by KI6FGV and the family duo of N6EY and N6KYS. Sharing a station under the family rule for the first time (they were married three weeks before the contest), they tied for third nationally. Another married couple, W6TTF and WA6WTF, tied for sixth.

The UHF contest has only included a club competition for five years, but SCCC has now won four gavels in this contest. Surely the rules will be changed soon!
Another Gavel for SCCC - N6NB
June 2014
SCCC has won still another gavel in a VHF contest, our eleventh (11th) during the last four years. But it could be our last gavel for a while.

The results of the January, 2014 VHF Contest are in the just-released digital edition of the July, 2014 QST.

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Members Well Placed in 7QP Results
June 2014
                 WN6K              Second Place              SOHPMIXED
                 AF6O              First Place               SOHPCW
                 W6AFA             First Place               SOHPPH
                 N6MU              First Place               SOLPCW
                 WA6KHK            Second Place              SOLPPH
                 NX6T              Second Place              MSHP
                 W6TK              Third Place               MSLP
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