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Re: New York 2017

Post by Unome » February 24th, 2017, 2:42 pm

andrewwski wrote:
Unome wrote:
andrewwski wrote:
Lake Erie-Niagara has it's own B division regional - this year it's March 4 at Waterfront Elementary School in Buffalo.
Ok. How recent is this? Several older threads have no mention of it.
At least since 2003. Probably before that - but I don't have any direct knowledge prior to then.

Back in the early 2000's it was at Buffalo State College, then it moved to McKinley HS for a while. It was at Bennett HS for a couple years in the late 2000s/early 2010s and has been at Waterfront Elementary since.
Ok. It's absent on the OP of some previous years' threads, that's why I asked (considering the thread length, I didn't try to search for anything in the replies).
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Re: New York 2017

Post by syo_astro » March 2nd, 2017, 1:39 pm

Hmm, I'm going to put up some rankings for fun discussion and hopefully nobody gets angry at me:
1. Columbia High School
2. Ward Melville
3. F-M
4. GNS (assume GNS has their A game...still don't know if they can even overcome FM then, but stuff like that has happened with HHHE or Syo before...still don't know, though)
5. Mount Academy (they've been pretty consistently around here, right?)
6. HHHE (this is up for debate, and I don't know how much they do/don't stack anymore. But they have gneiss! I fully admit I could switch 1-5, 6-10 around a lot)
7. Syosset (I really want to put them in 6th, but I have no idea how much they're pushing it. I think they could realistically reach 6th, but I never really paid attention to how HHHE/Townsend Harris are doing, so I'll be assuming that bombs will keep them lower but better than Kellenberg/Chaminade based on invites/regionals)
8. Townsend Harris (Well, I don't know how to compare NYC v. East Nassau, but it seems like they had a few more bombs?)
9. Kellenberg (Chaminade could go here, but...idk! Regionals scores + lots of invites?)
10. Chaminade

I also would like to note the definition of a dark horse is someone we don't know much about, but they win anyway. I keep seeing "dark horses" in conversations. Realistically, I only recall Mount Academy (probably because I didn't pay attention the past two years >.>). Still, GNS we knew from their middle school, HHHE/Syo have done well forever, and Niskayuna...I don't know much about XD. But I think they've been around a while? I wish I knew them better :/. Can't wait for this to all mess up as it always does :D.

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Re: New York 2017

Post by NeilMehta » March 3rd, 2017, 1:51 pm

Good luck to everyone in B-division regionals tomorrow, can't wait to see who will be attending states this year! (except west Li, they're on the 18th)
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Re: New York 2017

Post by JasperKota » March 4th, 2017, 1:28 pm

Will try to get points later, but Lake Niagara Division B results:
1st: Transit Middle
2nd: St. Gregs
3rd: Nichols
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Re: New York 2017

Post by NeilMehta » March 4th, 2017, 4:34 pm

East LI:
1. Gelinas (surprise surprise)
2. Murphy
3. Port Jeff
4. Hauppauge
5. Islip

Congrats to everyone today, and best of luck at states!
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Re: New York 2017

Post by PandaDevs » March 4th, 2017, 7:08 pm

New York City Metro Region (Grover Cleveland HS)

Currently, there are five schools advancing (I believe).

The are:
1. Sunset Park
2. Bay Academy
3. (I forget.)
4. The Buckley School
5. Brooklyn Amity
(all in order of ranking)
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Re: New York 2017

Post by SPP SciO » March 4th, 2017, 7:58 pm

PandaDevs wrote:New York City Metro Region (Grover Cleveland HS)

Currently, there are five schools advancing (I believe).

The are:
1. Sunset Park
2. Bay Academy
3. (I forget.)
4. The Buckley School
5. Brooklyn Amity
(all in order of ranking)
#3 = Hawthorne, JHS 74 (same 1-2-3 as last year)

Very cool to see 5 middle schools from NYC competing at States this year!
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Re: New York 2017

Post by ThatCity » March 5th, 2017, 11:14 am

Any other Regional results from yesterday? I know NYC and Long Island were held but any others?

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Re: New York 2017

Post by MattH2018 » March 5th, 2017, 1:22 pm

Mid-State:
1. Eagle Hill
2. North Syracuse Jr. High A
3. Wellwood
4. Faith Heritage
5. North Syracuse Jr. High B

Top 4 qualify for states I believe
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Re: New York 2017

Post by PandaDevs » March 6th, 2017, 6:39 pm

SPP SciO wrote:
PandaDevs wrote:New York City Metro Region (Grover Cleveland HS)

Currently, there are five schools advancing (I believe).

The are:
1. Sunset Park
2. Bay Academy
3. (I forget.)
4. The Buckley School
5. Brooklyn Amity
(all in order of ranking)
#3 = Hawthorne, JHS 74 (same 1-2-3 as last year)

Very cool to see 5 middle schools from NYC competing at States this year!
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