Indiana Science Olympiad

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Re: Indiana Science Olympiad

Postby Friedoyster3 » February 3rd, 2009, 4:47 pm

Ok this is going on the 11th year that WWMS is bound to get a first at reginols and place within the top 5 at state. That means YOU TJ you goin' down.
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Re: Indiana Science Olympiad

Postby dickyjones » February 3rd, 2009, 5:09 pm

That logic is flawed.

But good luck with that anyways! :D

Rockets was canceled for us at invites, but it'll probably have to be extreme snowing/temp conditions for it to get cancelled at an official competition. I know my freshman year it was like rediculously cold outside (like -10F) at regionals and they still did rockets in div B.
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Re: Indiana Science Olympiad

Postby boilerup! » February 3rd, 2009, 6:31 pm

Yeah I was doing bottle rockets at IUN that year in B division. It was -16 degrees. They had no form of anti-freeze or anything so everyone's rockets kept freezing to the launch pad and loosing a substantial amount of water just trying to get the rocket connected to it with our frostbitten fingers. That is until Griffith was about to go and they brought the launch pad in, put hot water on it and blow dried it, leaving Griffith with a clean launch pad and a first-place medal. Good thing it was only regionals.
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Re: Indiana Science Olympiad

Postby dickyjones » February 15th, 2009, 7:08 am

So how are people's regionals going? I read that Riley beat Northridge at invites but haven't heard much other than that.

We have 13 days until regionals still (and more importantly 41 until state!). It looks like our building events are coming together now (or at least beginning to exist in some events). I'm getting excited.

The new state schedule annoys me a little though (hopefully we'll be even like we've been every year before).
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Re: Indiana Science Olympiad

Postby adam124218 » February 15th, 2009, 3:32 pm

The state schedule didn't change that much, did it? I don't think the changes really affected our team any. We'll have to adjust a little once we get our number, but overall I don't think the schedule will mess us up a whole lot. It would be nice if we were even, but it isn't going to happen. Bloomington North is always first in alphabetical order. We can handle it--whatever.

Don't remind me that our regionals is only 6 days away--that's horrifying. I think that every year it feels like a shorter time before regionals, even though we've been working since the end of September. It may be because many people are doing some of the same events for the second or third year in a row and it gets more difficult to learn new things.

Whatever happens, this should be an exciting year!

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Re: Indiana Science Olympiad

Postby GitItWright » February 23rd, 2009, 7:26 am

Indiana has had some regionals already and I am curious to know what the highest flight times in Wright Stuff have been?

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Re: Indiana Science Olympiad

Postby dickyjones » February 25th, 2009, 6:42 pm

Yeah, our regionals is in three days and I have a ridiculous amount of stuff to do for some events. It's a pretty busy week.

I think if we're odd, there's something like 6 extra conflicts that are annoying; and I'm not sure of how they'll work out. We've been even like every year before, so we're all expecting irony to decide this year we'll be odd because that's how things always seem to work.
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Re: Indiana Science Olympiad

Postby adam124218 » February 28th, 2009, 9:01 pm

Does anyone have results from today's regionals? I would assume they will be posted soon, but I'm anxious to know what happened.

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Re: Indiana Science Olympiad

Postby dickyjones » February 28th, 2009, 9:38 pm

IUN:
Div C (not sure where Carmel B was in the results; they seemed to do pretty well):
1. Valpo A
2. Hanover Central
3. Griffith
Wildcard: Chesterton

Div B:
1. TJ
2. BF
3. Griffith
Wildcard: St. Patrick

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Div C:
1. Munster
2. Valpo B (pretty proud of those guys)
3. Whiting
4. East Central
Wildcard: Lake Central

Div B:
1. Wilbur Wright
2. St. John the Baptist
3. Our Lady of Grace, Highland
4. Scott, Hammond
Wildcard: West Side, East Chicago
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Re: Indiana Science Olympiad

Postby dickyjones » March 3rd, 2009, 6:43 pm

Odd. :|

How'd everyone else do? Anyone finding out what they're going to compete in at state soon?
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