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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby maxxxxx » April 19th, 2017, 7:19 pm

Magikarpmaster629 wrote:
EastStroudsburg13 wrote:It happens occasionally. I know Franklin MS from Oregon has done it before, as has Union HS from Oklahoma and Medomak MS in Maine last year. It generally happens when there's a lack of available funding, especially when the team in question is not very experienced or likely to do well, and it wouldn't be their first time attending nationals.

IIRC Washington D.C. was going to send a division B team (*cough* Unome would know this *cough*) in 2011 I think, but they declined so a team from another state went instead.


I think it was Division C because Eastview Highschool from MN was able to attend because of a team from another state declining a bid, although it could have happened in both divisions
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby Magikarpmaster629 » April 22nd, 2017, 4:35 pm

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EastStroudsburg13 wrote:It's one team more than the previous maximum. Of course, more analysis would help add context to if there have been any trends.

Definitely something I'll do over the summer. Perhaps I'll measure both teams not there the last two years and teams not there last year but there the previous year. Any other possibilities that might be useful?

Of the states left for Div C, I'd estimate getting 3-4 more new teams (hopefully my prediction is somewhat accurate). I notice middling to high chances in Michigan, Oregon, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Washington, North Carolina, and Texas.

Bringing this up again, we've already got 4 more since when I last posted about this (mainly from states that results just came in. Also counting Waynefleet from Maine even though they declined their bid.)

Here's my list, in case I missed something:

Helena HS, MT
Albuquerque Academy, NM
WWPS, NJ
Fayetteville-Manlius, NY
Munster, IN
University HS, AZ
Mount Vernon, IA
White Station, TN
Fairfax, VA
Kelly Walsh, WY
Cathedral, MS
Hopkins, CT
Mentor, OH
Waynefleet, ME (counting this because even though they're not going, I'm concerned with qualifying, not attending)
Medford, WI
Treasure Valley, ID
St. Martin's, LA
Westview, OR
Camas, WA

For a total of 19 teams. Between PA, NC, MI, and the other states left, I think there's definitely room for (although not necessarily likely) 3 teams that did not qualify last year; that would bring this year to a 10-year record in new teams. Considering it's still only about 1/3 of teams, that's quite the incumbency advantage.
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby Alex-RCHS » April 22nd, 2017, 5:20 pm

NC Results
Div. B
1. Piedmont (106)
2. Fred J. Carnage (195)
3. Jay M. Robinson (223)
4. Wilmington Academy of Arts and Sciences (234)
5. Fairview School (333)

Div. C
1. North Carolina School of Science and Math (186)
2. William G. Enloe (196)
3. North Mecklenburg (237)
4. Ardrey Kell (296)
5. Raleigh Charter (348)

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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby Unome » April 22nd, 2017, 5:26 pm

Texas B:
1. Beckendorff Junior High School (43) - Qualifies for the 2017 National Tournament
2. Kealing Junior High School (118) - Qualifies for the 2017 National Tournament

3. Austin Area Homeschoolers (123)

(will update with scores when they're out)
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby Uber » April 22nd, 2017, 7:10 pm

Texas Division C

Congratulations to everyone who competed! State is always difficult and I think both LASA and Clements understand the anguish of not qualifying for nationals.

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2 - Clements (69)
3 - Seven Lakes (104)
4 - Tompkins (142)

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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby kenniky » April 22nd, 2017, 7:35 pm

Magikarpmaster629 wrote:Here's my list, in case I missed something:

Helena HS, MT
Albuquerque Academy, NM
WWPS, NJ
Fayetteville-Manlius, NY
Munster, IN
University HS, AZ
Mount Vernon, IA
White Station, TN
Fairfax, VA
Kelly Walsh, WY
Cathedral, MS
Hopkins, CT
Mentor, OH
Waynefleet, ME (counting this because even though they're not going, I'm concerned with qualifying, not attending)
Medford, WI
Treasure Valley, ID
St. Martin's, LA
Westview, OR
Camas, WA

For a total of 19 teams. Between PA, NC, MI, and the other states left, I think there's definitely room for (although not necessarily likely) 3 teams that did not qualify last year; that would bring this year to a 10-year record in new teams. Considering it's still only about 1/3 of teams, that's quite the incumbency advantage.

Uber wrote:Texas Division C

Congratulations to everyone who competed! State is always difficult and I think both LASA and Clements understand the anguish of not qualifying for nationals.

Scores
1 - LASA (67)
2 - Clements (69)
3 - Seven Lakes (104)
4 - Tompkins (142)

Scoresheet here. Apologize for terrible quality
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bx8b_ ... FdPV2pZWEU


I guess you'd better add another team to that list

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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby Alex-RCHS » April 22nd, 2017, 9:19 pm

kenniky wrote:
Magikarpmaster629 wrote:Here's my list, in case I missed something:

Helena HS, MT
Albuquerque Academy, NM
WWPS, NJ
Fayetteville-Manlius, NY
Munster, IN
University HS, AZ
Mount Vernon, IA
White Station, TN
Fairfax, VA
Kelly Walsh, WY
Cathedral, MS
Hopkins, CT
Mentor, OH
Waynefleet, ME (counting this because even though they're not going, I'm concerned with qualifying, not attending)
Medford, WI
Treasure Valley, ID
St. Martin's, LA
Westview, OR
Camas, WA

For a total of 19 teams. Between PA, NC, MI, and the other states left, I think there's definitely room for (although not necessarily likely) 3 teams that did not qualify last year; that would bring this year to a 10-year record in new teams. Considering it's still only about 1/3 of teams, that's quite the incumbency advantage.

Uber wrote:Texas Division C

Congratulations to everyone who competed! State is always difficult and I think both LASA and Clements understand the anguish of not qualifying for nationals.

Scores
1 - LASA (67)
2 - Clements (69)
3 - Seven Lakes (104)
4 - Tompkins (142)

Scoresheet here. Apologize for terrible quality
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bx8b_ ... FdPV2pZWEU


I guess you'd better add another team to that list

2, actually.

The North Carolina School of Science and Math won the NC state tournament this year, but did not qualify for nats last year.
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby Magikarpmaster629 » April 23rd, 2017, 8:39 am

Anyone have Nebraska B/C? @asdfqwerzzz2?
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby bernard » April 23rd, 2017, 1:11 pm

Magikarpmaster629 wrote:Anyone have Nebraska B/C? @asdfqwerzzz2?

Nebraska B:
1. Mission Middle School - qualifies for nationals
2. Logan Fontenelle Middle School
3. Aquinas Catholic Schools

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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby Magikarpmaster629 » April 23rd, 2017, 3:42 pm

Courtesy of Catty6052:

Kentucky's Results Division C:
1. DuPont Manual High School-Team A (58) - Qualifies for the 2017 National Tournament
2. Russell Independent High School-Team A (84)
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby texas » April 23rd, 2017, 6:09 pm

Unome wrote:Texas B:
1. Beckendorff Junior High School - Qualifies for the 2017 National Tournament
2. Kealing Junior High School - Qualifies for the 2017 National Tournament

3. Austin Area Homeschoolers

(will update with scores when they're out)


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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby Unome » April 24th, 2017, 7:08 pm

I manually flipped the scores to the modern format (ND uses old-style scoring).

North Dakota B:
1. Wachter Middle School (69) - Qualifies for the 2017 National Tournament

2. Bismarck-Mandan Area Home Schoolers (70)
3. Horizon Middle School (165)
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North Dakota C:
1. Bismarck High School (105) - Qualifies for the 2017 National Tournament

2. Century High School (133)
3. Davies High School (161)
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby Magikarpmaster629 » April 24th, 2017, 7:33 pm

Nebraska C
1. Lincoln Southwest High School (228) - Qualifies for the 2017 National Tournament (old scoring system btw, higher is better; first place is 11 points)
2. Lincoln East (181)
3. Bellevue East (163)
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby EastStroudsburg13 » April 25th, 2017, 9:10 pm

Kentucky B
1. Russell Independent Middle School (51) - Qualifies for the 2017 National Tournament
2. Meyzeek Middle School (72)
3. Noe Middle School (209)

Two teams from Meyzeek finished with 159 and 188 points, respectively.

Also, the third place school for Kentucky C was Madison Central High School, with 205. A second team from DuPont Manual finished with 126, and a second team from Russell Independent finished with 195.
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Re: State Tournament Results

Postby Trohans » April 30th, 2017, 8:10 am

Illinois

Division B

1) Daniel Wright (49) (Bid to Nats)
2) Marie Murphy (105) (Bid to Nats)
3) Twin Groves (179)
4) Science and Arts (188)

Division C

1) New Trier (92) (Bid to Nats)
2) Stevenson (104) (Bid to Nats)
3) Neuqua Valley (252)
4) Hinsdale Central (254)


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