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Re: Missouri 2018

Posted: February 17th, 2018, 1:49 pm
by dxu46
I noticed that Unome got rid of the rowspan for Missouri in the 2018 National Tournament Wiki page, so does that mean the national numbers are out? I couldn't find it on soinc.org, but I might be missing something. chalker?
The aren't out, but the trend of numbers so far is strongly indicative. The affected state tournaments are a while away, so I'll revert it for things change.
Okay, thanks!

Re: Missouri 2018

Posted: February 25th, 2018, 6:58 am
by dxu46
sorry for the double post
Region 3 results:

Division B:
1. Pembroke Hill (53)
2. Oak Grove (78)
3. St. Paul's (108)
4. Plattsburg (127)
5. Notre Dame de Sion (129)

Division C:
1. Pembroke Hill (26 :!: :o :!: )
2. Staley (69)
3. Oak Park (107)
4. Platte County (118)
5. Plattsburg (142)

Re: Missouri 2018

Posted: March 4th, 2018, 6:16 pm
by Magikarpmaster629
Ladue won the region 6 div C tournament, while Burroughs placed second as usual. Clayton got fifth, just missing the state cut (guessing it'll be a few years before they show much competition in the state).

Re: Missouri 2018

Posted: March 7th, 2018, 10:14 am
by farmerjoe279
How many teams will be going to Nationals from Missouri in div B?

Re: Missouri 2018

Posted: March 7th, 2018, 10:25 am
by Unome
How many teams will be going to Nationals from Missouri in div B?
One is most likely, although we won't know for sure until April.

Re: Missouri 2018

Posted: March 7th, 2018, 10:36 am
by farmerjoe279
Ok, thanks!

Re: Missouri 2018

Posted: March 8th, 2018, 5:08 pm
by dxu46
Region 6 B with scores:
1. Ladue (39)
2. Wydown (60)
3. Parkway NE (93)
4. Parkway Central (108)
5. Franklin County (120)

Re: Missouri 2018

Posted: March 17th, 2018, 6:53 am
by Skink
Ladue won the region 6 div C tournament, while Burroughs placed second as usual. Clayton got fifth, just missing the state cut (guessing it'll be a few years before they show much competition in the state).
Huh, that's really bad. Based on local tournament data, Burroughs is super middling, too.

Re: Missouri 2018

Posted: March 17th, 2018, 1:50 pm
by dxu46
Ladue won the region 6 div C tournament, while Burroughs placed second as usual. Clayton got fifth, just missing the state cut (guessing it'll be a few years before they show much competition in the state).
Huh, that's really bad. Based on local tournament data, Burroughs is super middling, too.
It's Clayton's first year, so they aren't expected to win states or anything, even though their feeder school is Wydown. My guess is that they'll reach states next year and become a state powerhouse in the next few years.

Re: Missouri 2018

Posted: March 17th, 2018, 3:01 pm
by pajobubo
Ladue won the region 6 div C tournament, while Burroughs placed second as usual. Clayton got fifth, just missing the state cut (guessing it'll be a few years before they show much competition in the state).
Huh, that's really bad. Based on local tournament data, Burroughs is super middling, too.
It's Clayton's first year, so they aren't expected to win states or anything, even though their feeder school is Wydown. My guess is that they'll reach states next year and become a state powerhouse in the next few years.
I'm from Clayton and we were really disheartened with our results and everything, but it was kind of predictable: We didn't go to any invitationals, most of our team was freshmen (from the Wydown team that went to nats, that was the motivation to start a team), we had low budget and didn't even have 15 on the team. None of that is really an excuse though our team wasn't very good/dedicated. We hope to be at states and competing for top spots next year though!