I checked the results and TJ had 16 first places, with the majority of the remaining points coming from builds (Roller Coaster and Towers) or events with a practical portion (Optics). Besides that they had an excellent tournament. Moreover, they most certainly went against reputable teams, such as Chesterton who won 3rd last year at Indiana States. The number of invitationals a team goes to does not imply they're a stronger team. For example, Mounds View in Div C goes to very few invitationals but are extremely strong at Nationals.
I wish there was a like button on the forums, but there isn't. If there was one I'd be smashing it on antoine_ego's comment above right now.
If you looked back at my previous comments you would see I had PENNFIELD as 1st and Wilbur Wright not placing. Anyway, TJ got a score of 38 at a regional without any reputable teams there. I would reconsider your statement pikachu4919. I have plenty of information on TJ to make an informed opinion. All the information I have is due to their lack of attendance at invitationals, due to poor results.
I've actually never heard of Pennfield. And, in fact, I went back to the scioly.org wiki's page on Indiana to check all the State tournament results for Division B to make sure I didn't miss anything. I didn't even see a school called Pennfield listed under any of those results, and those go back all the way to 2004.
TJ's score at the state tournament has been either in the very low 100's or below 100 (mostly below 100) for the past at least 15 years. That's pretty dominant for a state that hosts a considerable amount of teams, and it's even more impressive that they've kept the winning streak for that long, unlike for Division C in which no team has kept that long of a running streak for the title. I'm not sure what "plenty of information on TJ" you have, but I'm sure that whatever it is, it is probably incorrect.
I also honestly find it amusing that you're trying to think that you know more about Indiana SciOly results/culture than I do.
Big weekend for Division B. We get Tri North, Raymond Park, Ben Franklin, and Wilbur Wright results.
Big weekend for Div C too - Munster, Carmel, both Bloomingtons, and Whiting have their regionals this weekend.