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Re: New York 2018

Postby Tailsfan101 » March 5th, 2018, 9:56 am

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Re: New York 2018

Postby bt03 » March 5th, 2018, 4:52 pm

This is probably the wrong section for it, but I'm posting it as a general for the New York division.
Who has a final results list downloaded for the 2016 Division B States? The links all expired, so I was wondering if someone has a .csv or .xlms file hanging around.
I might be gracious to upload the results (png) for the 2017 Division B States to its appropriate section as Ezra doesn't seem to display it.
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Re: New York 2018

Postby JasperKota » March 5th, 2018, 4:55 pm

This is probably the wrong section for it, but I'm posting it as a general for the New York division.
Who has a final results list downloaded for the 2016 Division B States? The links all expired, so I was wondering if someone has a .csv or .xlms file hanging around.
I might be gracious to upload the results (png) for the 2017 Division B States to its appropriate section as Ezra doesn't seem to display it.
I believe the 2017 division B results are available for viewing as a pdf on the scioly wiki here: https://scioly.org/wiki/images/5/54/201 ... esults.pdf
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Re: New York 2018

Postby NeilMehta » March 8th, 2018, 2:29 pm

Good luck to everybody competing in the C Division States tournament this weekend!
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Re: New York 2018

Postby windu34 » March 9th, 2018, 1:28 pm

Anyone know if awards will be streamed?
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Re: New York 2018

Postby syo_astro » March 9th, 2018, 3:11 pm

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!!!! I made predictions before, but I have no real clue. In the mean time, curious to see what happens.
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Re: New York 2018

Postby Yackback » March 9th, 2018, 6:19 pm

Anyone know if awards will be streamed?
yes, on http://newyorkscioly.org.

Also predictions because wth:

1. Columbia
2. Mount Academy
3. FM
4. Ward Melville
5. Great Neck South
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Re: New York 2018

Postby Bazinga+ » March 10th, 2018, 12:07 pm

Predictions:
1- Great Neck South
Great performance last year missing 3rd by just 4 points, and considering Columbia and Ward Melville got lucky with tech they definately had a shot at top 2. This year the other top teams seem weaker and GNS is only getting better.
2- Mount Academy
Very strong team and has incredible tech and study this year from what I've heard. Considering other good teams are doing poorly this year definately will be in top 3.
3- Columbia
Still a very strong team although not as good as last year, still think they can pull a 3rd at states if they try really really hard.
4- FM
This team clearly went down hill to the point that they didn't bother going to MIT or U Penn invites because they knew they would get rekt. I wouldnt even put them in top 10 but I feel like putting them 4th out of respect.
5- Ward Melville
Very weak from what I've heard, with their middle school captain retiring and their tech carries/gods leaving. Their mousetrap vehicle is a cardboard box with 2 wooden dowels through it and their mission possible is basically a modified Hasbro Mouse Trap Game. Kinda wish they were blocked from states again this year so they wouldn't have to embarrass themselves this year, but I'll put them 5th out of respect and because of my history with this school.
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Re: New York 2018

Postby windu34 » March 10th, 2018, 12:34 pm

Predictions:
1- Great Neck South
Great performance last year missing 3rd by just 4 points, and considering Columbia and Ward Melville got lucky with tech they definately had a shot at top 2. This year the other top teams seem weaker and GNS is only getting better.
2- Mount Academy
Very strong team and has incredible tech and study this year from what I've heard. Considering other good teams are doing poorly this year definately will be in top 3.
3- Columbia
Still a very strong team although not as good as last year, still think they can pull a 3rd at states if they try really really hard.
4- FM
This team clearly went down hill to the point that they didn't bother going to MIT or U Penn invites because they knew they would get rekt. I wouldnt even put them in top 10 but I feel like putting them 4th out of respect.
5- Ward Melville
Very weak from what I've heard, with their middle school captain retiring and their tech carries/gods leaving. Their mousetrap vehicle is a cardboard box with 2 wooden dowels through it and their mission possible is basically a modified Hasbro Mouse Trap Game. Kinda wish they were blocked from states again this year so they wouldn't have to embarrass themselves this year, but I'll put them 5th out of respect and because of my history with this school.
Agreed, but maybe Ward Melville lower... ;)
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Re: New York 2018

Postby Bazinga+ » March 10th, 2018, 12:38 pm

Predictions:
1- Great Neck South
Great performance last year missing 3rd by just 4 points, and considering Columbia and Ward Melville got lucky with tech they definately had a shot at top 2. This year the other top teams seem weaker and GNS is only getting better.
2- Mount Academy
Very strong team and has incredible tech and study this year from what I've heard. Considering other good teams are doing poorly this year definately will be in top 3.
3- Columbia
Still a very strong team although not as good as last year, still think they can pull a 3rd at states if they try really really hard.
4- FM
This team clearly went down hill to the point that they didn't bother going to MIT or U Penn invites because they knew they would get rekt. I wouldnt even put them in top 10 but I feel like putting them 4th out of respect.
5- Ward Melville
Very weak from what I've heard, with their middle school captain retiring and their tech carries/gods leaving. Their mousetrap vehicle is a cardboard box with 2 wooden dowels through it and their mission possible is basically a modified Hasbro Mouse Trap Game. Kinda wish they were blocked from states again this year so they wouldn't have to embarrass themselves this year, but I'll put them 5th out of respect and because of my history with this school.
Agreed, but maybe Ward Melville a bit lower... :cry:
Yeah I was going to guess Ward Melville as 11th or 12th but a Scioly user I will refer to as mr. mehta convinced me otherwise although in hindsight I should have trusted my initial judgement.
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