I had the Mid-State results on paper, but i lost them-I don't have a scanner anyway so i dont think it matters-I can tell you our top two total scores though(our regional drops the two lowest scores fyi)Eagle Hill 36pts Wellwood 52 pts--I think the non drop scores were(no gaurentees here) Eagle Hill 49pts and Wellwood 71 pts also I wouldn't forget about at states--Brother Fox Lane School(at least I think thats the name of it) I thought they had Eagle Hill beat last year, but their non medal events had a lot of 20 somehting's.Just the top three. As I said, you guys beat the fourth place team by 160 points, which is a lot more than separated you from FM last year. Also, you were down a bit across the board. Dropping your four lowest events this year gives you an average finish of 8.3. Dropping the four lowest from last year's still gives you 7.3.Yeah, WM had a few bombs (mostly tech, and, um...env chem *cough*), but we did well enough in the other events to make up for it.
Last year, it seemed like competition for the top 3 or 4 was fiercer than this year, but the top 10 were spread out more.
I don't think there is any reason to think so. In fact, I would say that you guys look pretty safe. MidState does not post their results, but your other principle competitors (aside from Eagle Hill and Wellwood) are usually C.J. Hooker and C. P. Weber, neither of which looked that impressive at their regional, judging from the score sheets.The question for us is, do the results from C have any bearing on the B competition? Are trends there likely to show up in ours as well?
My money is on Gelinas #1, Eagle Hill #2, and I would be surprised if Murphy did not make the top five.
Also flavorflav where do you think Wellwood will end up?