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Re: Most competitive state

Post by XJcwolfyX » April 16th, 2012, 11:31 am

Illinois!
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Re: Most competitive state

Post by ZachNCheez » April 21st, 2012, 7:51 am

All of the other Indiana schools scared me to death. I was sitting there screaming,"HOWWWW?!?!?" SO um, yeah but I am sure Indiana isn't the most competitive.
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Re: Most competitive state

Post by Skink » April 21st, 2012, 8:00 am

Everyone thinks their own state is the most competitive...

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Re: Most competitive state

Post by foreverphysics » April 21st, 2012, 8:03 am

Not true. I live in AL. I think that AL ranks somewhere around 51st in most competitive. (Yes, I know that there are only 48 states in SO. No, I did not make a mistake.)
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Re: Most competitive state

Post by ptkid » April 21st, 2012, 9:58 am

foreverphysics wrote:Not true. I live in AL. I think that AL ranks somewhere around 51st in most competitive. (Yes, I know that there are only 48 states in SO. No, I did not make a mistake.)
Texas is kind of competitive. I guess.
foreverphysics didn't your team get second at state so how can you say that it isn't competitive?
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Re: Most competitive state

Post by techmaster55 » April 21st, 2012, 8:49 pm

Ok I just got back from the NY State B division tournament , and gelinas got second to eagle hill by 12 points. Couldve gotten first but they had unexpected difficulties on 2 of their tech events, like the ceiling being 6.6 meters,a tiny bit too small for their trebuchet, although they did manage to get one pretty good shot off. The score difference between 2nd and 3rd place this year was more than 160 points. Competition for 1st is extremly tight in NY, but I agree NY is ussualy dominated by 1-4 powerhouse teams.

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Re: Most competitive state

Post by silverheart7 » April 21st, 2012, 8:52 pm

techmaster55 wrote:Ok I just got back from the NY State B division tournament , and gelinas got second to eagle hill by 12 points. Couldve gotten first but they had unexpected difficulties on 2 of their tech events, like the ceiling being 6.6 meters,a tiny bit too small for their trebuchet, although they did manage to get one pretty good shot off. The score difference between 2nd and 3rd place this year was more than 160 points. Competition for 1st is extremly tight in NY, but I agree NY is ussualy dominated by 1-4 powerhouse teams.
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Re: Most competitive state

Post by Osennecho » April 28th, 2012, 2:17 pm

C division Pennsylvania ended up being very competitive this year.
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Re: Most competitive state

Post by mnstrviola » April 28th, 2012, 5:18 pm

IMO, I'd say the most competitive states would be NY, PA, Ohio, and CA (both North and South). All these states have a handful of teams who consistently do good, but don't make it to Nats. The teams that do go to Nats from these states do well on a regular basis.

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Re: Most competitive state

Post by trophymursky » April 28th, 2012, 5:41 pm

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1. Ohio (constantly place 2 teams in the top 5 or six and could probably have 4 or 5 teams that could beat the team that gets 10th in nationals)

2. Pennsylvania, (Harriton and Penncrest typically both get top 10 and penncrest just got 3rd in states yesterday so you know its not a 2 team state).
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