To itsnotjustrocks, refer to http://newyorkscioly.org/c-regions
for div C (and http://newyorkscioly.org/b-regions
for div B). That shows the dates for various regionals. The spreadsheet of scores for most of the regions should be posted there soon after a tourny's respective competition. A lot of regions in NY are also really competitive. Interestingly, the distribution is done quite well for region-splitting. No stats, but off the top of my head I think most regions usually get 1 or 2 of their teams into the top 10 at states. Nassau was actually so large it was actually split! If the whole region was put back together it would certainly be even more competitive.
I guess just for those who were curious, Nassau East Results (in parallel with BroNi!):
*Disclaimer: Any numbers here (outside the scores, which I have a picture of) are from my very fast counting that may be wrong, but the scoresheets as said should be posted soon enough
20 events (I think dropping 2 events?)
44 teams, 22 schools
1) Syosset A (50 pts, 8 1st places)
2) Wantagh A (99 pts, 2 1st places)
3) Wheatley (140 pts)
4) Syosset B (155 pts)
5) Hicksville A (164 pts)
6) Division Ave A (168 pts)
7) Bellmore JFK A (190 pts)
8) Jericho (223 pts)
9) Syosset C (232 pts)
10) Hicksville B (232 pts)
Don't want to mis-bold which are going to states just in case, but I think that should tell it all. Good job Syo and to everyone else!
Last note is just from the invites and the coming regs scores clearly states will be competitive as ever! So to itsnotjustrocks, from stuff like this you can imagine just how competitive states is in NY.
B: Crave the Wave, Environmental Chemistry, Robo-Cross, Meteorology, Physical Science Lab, Solar System, DyPlan (E and V), Shock Value
C: Microbe Mission, DyPlan (Earth's Fresh Waters), Fermi Questions, GeoMaps, Gravity Vehicle, Scrambler, Rocks, Astronomy
Grad: Writing Tests/Supervising (NY/MI)