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Re: Indiana 2015

Post by pikachu4919 » February 28th, 2015, 2:41 pm

HOT-OFF-THE-PRESS BUTLER REGIONAL RESULTS!

Div B:
5 and Wildcard: Highland Hills
4: St Simon the Apostle
3: Jackson Creek
2: Raymond Park
1: Tri-North

Div C:
4 and wildcard: Mt Vernon - 145
3: North Central - 130
2: Bloomington North - 82
1: Carmel :D - 54

EDIT: will post scores when I find out
EDIT: Don't have Div B scores. Just Div C.
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Re: Indiana 2015

Post by MC McGilicutty » March 3rd, 2015, 8:04 pm

pikachu4919 wrote:HOT-OFF-THE-PRESS BUTLER REGIONAL RESULTS!

Div B:
5 and Wildcard: Highland Hills
4: St Simon the Apostle
3: Jackson Creek
2: Raymond Park
1: Tri-North

Div C:
4 and wildcard: Mt Vernon
3: North Central
2: Bloomington North
1: Carmel :D

EDIT: will post scores when I find out
Congrats on your victory man. Have you heard anything about scores yet. I tried to look up Butlers site but it is completely taken down. Also, this is for anyone. Does anyone know rankings and scores from Lafayette.

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Re: Indiana 2015

Post by Crazy Puny Man » March 3rd, 2015, 9:43 pm

Congratulations, pikachu! Best of luck at state!

I heard the Lafeyette rankings were 1) Valpo 2) Fishers and 3) West Lafayette but don't take my word for it

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Re: Indiana 2015

Post by MC McGilicutty » March 4th, 2015, 4:55 am

Crazy Puny Man wrote:Congratulations, pikachu! Best of luck at state!

I heard the Lafeyette rankings were 1) Valpo 2) Fishers and 3) West Lafayette but don't take my word for it
That's probably correct. Valpo is known for having a pretty good team. Thanks for that Crazy Puny Man. So looks like all our regionals are wrapped up. Best wishes for state guys

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Re: Indiana 2015

Post by gogogadget1234 » March 16th, 2015, 10:39 am

If anyone on this forum knows where pokemaster is from, i'd be very appreciative of this information. Below is what i've had to deal with over the past few months.

You better be ready for State. We are a mighty Rapidash and you are a tiny Oddish. A tiny cheating embarassment of an Oddish. We'll STOMP you out TAKE you DOWN. You won't be able to handle our FURY ATTACK. Then right after we're done beating you, we'll just BOUNCE. And all the while you'll be a TOXIC team exposed for not playing fair. You might need to start doing your LUCKY CHANT or else you'll be in for a GIGA DRAIN when you fail. Bring your best even though we all that won't be enough to stop us.

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Re: Indiana 2015

Post by Crazy Puny Man » March 21st, 2015, 5:11 pm

Results from Indiana!

Division B:
1. Thomas Jefferson MS - 82 - Qualifies for 2015 National Tournament
2. Chesterton - 178
3. Tri-North - 188
4. St. Simon the Apostle - 203
5. Stanley Clark - 204

Division C:
1. Munster - 61 - Qualifies for 2015 National Tournament
2. Carmel - 134
3. Bloomington South - 137
4. Lake Central - 147
5. Bloomington North - 157

Indiana will only be sending 1 team to nationals in both divisions this year. Congratulations to all! :)

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Re: Indiana 2015

Post by fozendog » March 21st, 2015, 5:15 pm

Great job, CPM!!!
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Re: Indiana 2015

Post by GUBAR » March 21st, 2015, 5:20 pm

I just want to give a shoutout to I.U. for having, once again, the worst competition I have been to all year. Four years, four bad competitions. At least get someone to proctor bungee that can properly measure heights...or scrambler proctors that can read rules. Grats to the teams that got a 2nd egg after theirs fell off.


Ya know, you would think that a
/STATE/
competition could get people that can run things correctly. These proctors may not know/care what they are doing, but S.O. has been many of our lives for the past 4 years...only to have all our hard work thrown in the trash. It sickens me. Hopefully if I come back to help my former team as an alumn in a few years, state will be held somewhere that can respect the organization.

If not, the proctors need to stop wasting our time.


Oh, and don't get me started on the fact that Indiana only sends one team to nationals now, because this state doesn't have enough teams. Can you blame the teams that quit? After a few hours at this competition (or for that matter, 4 years), you really can't.


Oh, one positive shoutout for today; thanks to Mr. Murphy of Mission Possible for knowing his stuff- at least one event was ran well. I only wish Mr. Elya could have been here as well.

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Re: Indiana 2015

Post by bernard » March 21st, 2015, 5:22 pm

GUBAR wrote:Oh, and don't get me started on the fact that Indiana only sends one team to nationals now, because this state doesn't have enough teams. Can you blame the teams that quit? After a few hours at this competition (or for that matter, 4 years), you really can't.
As a result of West Virginia reviving their Science Olympiad organization, one of the states that usually sends 2 teams to the National Tournament could only send one.
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Re: Indiana 2015

Post by Bozongle » March 21st, 2015, 5:51 pm

Yeah, Indiana has been on the verge of 1 vs 2 teams the past few years anyways, doesn't surprise me that a factor like that restricted us to 1 team.

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