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Re: Southern California 2016

Postby PacificGoldenPlover » April 1st, 2016, 10:55 pm

Yes I'll probably have a nametag or sticker with "PGP" on it. Feel free to say hello.
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Re: Southern California 2016

Postby coprolite_dipstick » April 2nd, 2016, 8:50 pm

Div B:
1. Muscatel
2. Kraemer
3. Mesa Verde
4. Carmel Valley
5. ???? forgot
6. Jeffrey Trails

Div C:
1. Don't know for sure but it's safe to assume Troy...
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Re: Southern California 2016

Postby PacificGoldenPlover » April 2nd, 2016, 9:59 pm

Div B:
1. Muscatel
2. Kraemer
3. Mesa Verde
4. Carmel Valley
5. ???? forgot
6. Jeffrey Trails

Div C:
1. Don't know for sure but it's safe to assume Troy...
5th was Mesa Robles

For Division C:
1st: Troy (but with a fairly high score of 102)
2nd: Canyon Crest (170)
3rd: North Hollywood
4th: Torrey Pines
5th: Walnut
6th: Westview

Overall C division results were about what I expected in C division, B division had some interesting surprises (Mesa Robles beating Jeffrey Trail, Mesa Verde getting the same score at states as at regionals- but then again Mesa Verde has a long and glorious history of getting third, if you look back far enough).
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Re: Southern California 2016

Postby hmath729 » April 3rd, 2016, 7:32 am

Quick question... Does anyone know when the official score sheet will be posted? The Caltech dudes said that they would be up right after the awards. By the way, you did a good job hosting the awards, bear.
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Re: Southern California 2016

Postby Entomology » April 3rd, 2016, 10:10 am

Quick question... Does anyone know when the official score sheet will be posted? The Caltech dudes said that they would be up right after the awards. By the way, you did a good job hosting the awards, bear.

The score sheet is posted. Look at http://www.socalstatescioly.org/?tab=downloads and scroll down.
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Re: Southern California 2016

Postby Erasmus Wembley » April 3rd, 2016, 6:26 pm

Anybody know what happened to Carmel Valley in Scrambler? The won it in the San Diego regional but it looks like they got DQ'd at state. That kept them from their normal second place finish.

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Re: Southern California 2016

Postby bernard » April 3rd, 2016, 6:38 pm

Anybody know what happened to Carmel Valley in Scrambler? The won it in the San Diego regional but it looks like they got DQ'd at state. That kept them from their normal second place finish.
For N teams, a disqualification is ranked N + 2, no show is ranked N + 1, and participation is ranked N. I wasn't there, but I would guess something didn't work so they were unable to compete but had a device. Same happened to me last year at state; came with a device but it didn't work at the competition so got participation only.
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Re: Southern California 2016

Postby Entomology » April 3rd, 2016, 7:03 pm

Anybody know what happened to Carmel Valley in Scrambler? The won it in the San Diego regional but it looks like they got DQ'd at state. That kept them from their normal second place finish.
For N teams, a disqualification is ranked N + 2, no show is ranked N + 1, and participation is ranked N. I wasn't there, but I would guess something didn't work so they were unable to compete but had a device. Same happened to me last year at state; came with a device but it didn't work at the competition so got participation only.
I am from the Carmel Valley State team-
my partner was in scrambler. The gym floor was much smoother than our normal floor, so she set the brake back as instructed by our coach. Her partner wasn't notified, and he fiddled with the brake before he was stopped. Due to this, the egg cracked just the smallest bit. Its not their fault- just a miscommunication.
We are all pretty bummed, but hey- Good luck Muscatel! You better win Nats.
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Re: Southern California 2016

Postby Erasmus Wembley » April 3rd, 2016, 7:04 pm

Anybody know what happened to Carmel Valley in Scrambler? The won it in the San Diego regional but it looks like they got DQ'd at state. That kept them from their normal second place finish.
For N teams, a disqualification is ranked N + 2, no show is ranked N + 1, and participation is ranked N. I wasn't there, but I would guess something didn't work so they were unable to compete but had a device. Same happened to me last year at state; came with a device but it didn't work at the competition so got participation only.
Thanks.

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Re: Southern California 2016

Postby Entomology » April 3rd, 2016, 7:05 pm

Anybody know what happened to Carmel Valley in Scrambler? The won it in the San Diego regional but it looks like they got DQ'd at state. That kept them from their normal second place finish.
For N teams, a disqualification is ranked N + 2, no show is ranked N + 1, and participation is ranked N. I wasn't there, but I would guess something didn't work so they were unable to compete but had a device. Same happened to me last year at state; came with a device but it didn't work at the competition so got participation only.
Thanks.
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