State Tournament Results

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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby Skink » April 19th, 2015, 5:06 pm

How come some states are 2 days long? For example, it says that Illinois State Competition was from the 17-18?
At least in this case, that's a formality since team and ES check-in are (well, start on) on Friday, and it's common for teams to do device testing in the armory (very high ceiling) on Friday when permitted to do so. The tournament, itself, only occurred on Saturday.

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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby islipscioly » April 19th, 2015, 8:09 pm

NY also does their state competition over two days. The registration and impound on Friday night allows for the building supervisors time to inspect, if so used by the event supervisors. At least three events are also held on Friday night, with Experimental Design as one of them. It allows more time for grading the longer events. Otherwise, the award ceremony won't start much before 9pm on Saturday with the number of teams in both competitions!

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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby bernard » April 20th, 2015, 11:49 pm

Colorado B
1. Preston Middle School #1 - advances to nationals
2. Homeschool Science B
3. Preston Middle School #2

Colorado C
1. Poudre High School #1 - advances to nationals
2. Fossil Ridge High School #1
3. Homeschool Science C

Links to Division B and Division C final results.
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby plaid suit guy2 » April 21st, 2015, 12:49 am

Rarely ever does a team win by 1 point
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby gflatau » April 21st, 2015, 5:46 am

Tennessee State Results, revised and finalized

B division
Cedar Springs Home School - 101
Bearden MS - 114
Ross N Robinson MS - 118
South Doyle MS - 131
White Station MS - 174

C division
Farragut HS - 151
White Station HS - 157
Cedar Springs Home School - 158
University School of Nashville - 171
Hume-Fogg Academy - 192

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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby bernard » April 21st, 2015, 8:42 am

Tennessee State Results, revised and finalized

B division
Cedar Springs Home School - 101
Bearden MS - 114
Ross N Robinson MS - 118
South Doyle MS - 131
White Station MS - 174

C division
Farragut HS - 151
White Station HS - 157
Cedar Springs Home School - 158
University School of Nashville - 171
Hume-Fogg Academy - 192
Links to Division B and Division C final results.
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby scienceswimmer4 » April 21st, 2015, 7:51 pm

Rarely ever does a team win by 1 point
Speaking of which, how did that come about? Did your team demand a recount or something? At first they said fossil won...

I'm a bit fuzzy about what happened... :?
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby erikb » April 21st, 2015, 8:30 pm

Rarely ever does a team win by 1 point
Speaking of which, how did that come about? Did your team demand a recount or something? At first they said fossil won...

I'm a bit fuzzy about what happened... :?
Yes, the tournament ended with Fossil Ridge in first place.

A few schools requested some of the events scores/tests to be looked into. That lead to the uncovering of some unintended errors, and some places shuffled.
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby Skink » April 22nd, 2015, 4:01 am

Rarely ever does a team win by 1 point
It happens, though! Last season was weird in IL because second place secured a National bid on a tiebreaker.

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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby jkang » April 25th, 2015, 7:23 pm

Texas State Tournament Results:
Division B:
1. Beckendorff - advances to Nationals
2. Cinco Ranch - advances to Nationals
3. Kealing

Division C:
1. LASA - advances to Nationals
2. Seven Lakes - advances to Nationals
3. Clements

Edit: Links to Division B and Division C results can be found here
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