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Re: North Carolina 2018

Post by jackway » January 28th, 2018, 4:51 pm

venules wrote:I honestly wish that the Duke invitational hadn't been pushed back to next season. It may be easier for Division C teams to get their heads in the game and for them to have similar opportunities to Div B. I think the only real opening for Div C was at the SO Showcase at the Museum of Natural Sciences (some teams that are competing in Raleigh this weekend went there), and I don't know if teams are actually ranked or if any of those tests will ever see the light of day.
Teams aren't actually ranked there and the tests are really really easy. It's really more of a collection of Division B level (perhaps easier) practice tests than an invitational.
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Re: North Carolina 2018

Post by venules » January 28th, 2018, 4:55 pm

That's definitely disappointing :?: I guess we have to hold out for NRT and regionals.
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Re: North Carolina 2018

Post by venules » March 11th, 2018, 8:07 am

Charlotte Regionals
Division B
1. Piedmont IB
2. Jay M. Robinson
3. Randolph IB
4. Science Hounds
5. Charlotte Country Day Middle
6. Metrolina Regional Scholars Academy
Division C
1. North Mecklenburg
2. Ardrey Kell
3. Marvin Ridge
4. Pine Lake Preparatory
5. Myers Park
6. Providence High

Wilmington Regionals
Division B
1. St. Mary Catholic School
2. WAAS
3. Roland Grise
4. MCS Noble
5. Murray Middle School
6. Topsail Middle School
Division C
1. Isaac Bear Early College
2. Hoggard
3. E.A. Laney
4. Eugene Ashley
5. South Brunswick
6. Croatan High
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Re: North Carolina 2018

Post by Alex-RCHS » March 19th, 2018, 12:19 pm

venules wrote: Wilmington Regionals
Division B
1. St. Mary Catholic School
2. WAAS
3. Roland Grise
4. MCS Noble
5. Murray Middle School
6. Topsail Middle School
Charlotte B and C are no surprise really. Based on the smaller margin of victory in C this year, Kell looks a bit stronger, or maybe North Mecklenburg is a bit weaker (I can hope, can't I?). In B, combined V/JV scores show Piedmont really separating from Robinson, although that's not surprising. And Duct Tape is the thorn in Piedmont's side, as usual.

Wilmington B, however, is a big surprise with St. Mary's narrowly edging WAAS in the separate scores but WAAS prevailing in the combined scoresheet (which is generally a better indicator; with more competition factored in it's more like states). Looks like St. Mary's benefitted from WAAS bombing Roller Coaster. It's still a pretty big upset I think.
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Re: North Carolina 2018

Post by Alex-RCHS » April 21st, 2018, 6:12 pm

Results!
Division B
1. Piedmont
2. Carnage

Division C
1. Enloe (86)
2. Raleigh Charter!!!!!! (222)

I’m so proud of my team. I’ll update more about that later. I’m also extremely impressed by Enloe. Normally our rivalry is pretty intense, but today Enloe beat everyone so badly that I can’t help but be in awe. We gave them a standing ovation after we heard their score (although in the post-awards frenzy I’m not sure if they noticed).

I’ll post more later.
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Re: North Carolina 2018

Post by jackway » April 21st, 2018, 7:17 pm

Alex-RCHS wrote:Results!
Division B
1. Piedmont
2. Carnage

Division C
1. Enloe (86)
2. Raleigh Charter!!!!!! (222)

I’m so proud of my team. I’ll update more about that later. I’m also extremely impressed by Enloe. Normally our rivalry is pretty intense, but today Enloe beat everyone so badly that I can’t help but be in awe. We gave them a standing ovation after we heard their score (although in the post-awards frenzy I’m not sure if they noticed).

I’ll post more later.
I didn't notice during the awards ceremony, but thanks! :)
Congrats to Raleigh Charter, see you guys in Colorado!
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Re: North Carolina 2018

Post by daydreamer0023 » April 21st, 2018, 7:40 pm

jackway wrote:
Alex-RCHS wrote:Results!
Division B
1. Piedmont
2. Carnage

Division C
1. Enloe (86)
2. Raleigh Charter!!!!!! (222)

I’m so proud of my team. I’ll update more about that later. I’m also extremely impressed by Enloe. Normally our rivalry is pretty intense, but today Enloe beat everyone so badly that I can’t help but be in awe. We gave them a standing ovation after we heard their score (although in the post-awards frenzy I’m not sure if they noticed).

I’ll post more later.
I didn't notice during the awards ceremony, but thanks! :)
Congrats to Raleigh Charter, see you guys in Colorado!
So many surprises this year...Division B was especially the toss up. I did notice that a lot of the inability to qualify for Nationals came from bombing non-medaling (which was top 10) harder than those who qualified. In the end, consistency won out, as it should, though it provided some interesting twists and turns throughout the awards when just top placements were announced.

Congrats to all! :D
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Re: North Carolina 2018

Post by jackway » April 21st, 2018, 8:38 pm

Full top 10 scores given at the awards ceremony

Division B
1. Piedmont - 146
2. Carnage - 194
3. Wilmington Academy of Arts & Sciences - 245
4. Mills Park - 272
5. Smith - 273
6. Davis Drive - 285
7. Jay M Robinson - 335
8. Metrolina Regional Scholars Academy - 421
9. Woodlawn - 424
10. Guy B. Phillips - 484

Division C
1. Enloe - 86
2. Raleigh Charter - 222
3. NCSSM - 247
4. North Meck - 248
5. Ardrey Kell - 303
6. John T. Hoggard - 318
7. Cardinal Gibbons - 390
8. Green Hope - 419
9. East Chapel Hill - 443
10. Atkins Academic and Technology - 459
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Re: North Carolina 2018

Post by venules » April 22nd, 2018, 8:46 am

Congrats to you all!
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Re: North Carolina 2018

Post by jackway » April 24th, 2018, 7:44 pm

venules wrote:Congrats to you all!
Thanks! North Meck get closer to making nats every year, keep it up. I think it'd be super hype if you guys make it to nats.
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