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Re: New York 2009

Post by Jocool » March 21st, 2009, 7:39 pm

you had your states already? ares are in a month.
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Re: New York 2009

Post by Daman71692 » March 21st, 2009, 7:50 pm

Haha gneissisnice, I got 38th!! Our grievances aside, congratulations on going to nats and I wish you guys the best of luck.

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Re: New York 2009

Post by Shad160 » March 21st, 2009, 7:55 pm

Yay (I guess?) for Hicksville HS getting 19th.
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Re: New York 2009

Post by andrewwski » March 21st, 2009, 8:06 pm

I know this is early, but anyone have building event scores? Really interested in Bridge and Egg-O-Naut.

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Re: New York 2009

Post by htmlfreak » March 21st, 2009, 8:30 pm

andrewwski:

Bridge: 1st place efficiency was a little over 1000, around 1032 by Half Hollow Hills East, which held everything. with a riduculously light bridge.

Egg-O-Naut: 1st place was a little under a minute, since there was a lot of misprocedures and mishandlings (heard from our team) at the event. apparently many teams did much worse than they normally did. maybe the mishandlings were only from our team.

i didn't see electric vehicle standings or trajectory...i only know elevated bridge and egg-o-naut first place approximations.
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Re: New York 2009

Post by starpug » March 21st, 2009, 8:38 pm

htmlfreak wrote:andrewwski:

Bridge: 1st place efficiency was a little over 1000, around 1032 by Half Hollow Hills East, which held everything. with a riduculously light bridge.

Egg-O-Naut: 1st place was a little under a minute, since there was a lot of misprocedures and mishandlings (heard from our team) at the event. apparently many teams did much worse than they normally did. maybe the mishandlings were only from our team.

i didn't see electric vehicle standings or trajectory...i only know elevated bridge and egg-o-naut first place approximations.
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Re: New York 2009

Post by LazyBoy » March 21st, 2009, 9:02 pm

I'm the Hicksville bridge builder. I came in 2nd place, and my efficiency was 1036, pigeon I was so close to getting 1st place

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Re: New York 2009

Post by JBoyd-NY » March 21st, 2009, 9:13 pm

Official Elevated Bridge results, direct from the event supervisor: Half Hollow Hills had an efficiency of 1136.

I'm waiting to get results from the other event supervisors, and will post them on the state site when I receive all of them

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Re: New York 2009

Post by zhaos » March 21st, 2009, 10:00 pm

Phenylethylamine wrote:Yeah, I'm amazed that Melville got 2nd, NONE of us in 3 Village (the district that WM, Gelinas, and Murphy are in) expected that!
Well second place (at regional) was a good wakeup call. Building events were still weak though. The top three teams from last year all didn't do as well this year; I mean even Fayetteville gained nearly 40 points this year although still really good and above everyone else.

Going in our expectations were low. Halfway through the event awards I realized that ward melville was getting a good amount of medals but I still knew we probably had really bad scores in some events so I wasn't sure. Even when third place was announced, a teammate and I were thinking WM possibly 11th?

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Re: New York 2009

Post by Flavorflav » March 22nd, 2009, 5:21 am

Actually, the Hills East bridge did not hold everything b/c the bucket hit the floor with about 14.3 kg or so in it. It would have held it all, though - it was the bucket that flexed, not the bridge. We scored 1360 or so at regionals.

Anyone from WM, do you know your Junkyard height? I was talking to Carla and from what I understood, we thought we were going to beat you by a comfortable margin - like 660 to 400 or so, so when you got sixth we were pretty excited, but we ended up coming in 18th. Both Carla and I were pretty agitated, though, so it is possible that I misunderstood her. I thought she was saying that you could have got 80 cm, but you actually had about 40 cm or so for your coin opening. Even if you did get 80 cm, though, you sorted about $4.60 so your score should have been about 740, and I have a hard time believing that there were 11 teams in the first tier between 740 and 660.

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