It's certainly uncommonly close. I don't recall seeing three 1-point gaps before.Are scores of 396 / 395 / 394 / 393 normal at Nationals... That closeness seems insane to me
He retired recently enough that you might be able to get contact info from someone at his former school.Anyone know the email for the fermi questions ES?
I did not.. but Good job by the team!Did people anticipate community MS to finish 3rd?
We thought we placed 11th again like last year. You can tell by our coach's reaction on stage lmfao.Awards was a roller coaster from start to finish. The score predictor spreadsheets had us between 6th and 15th at various times. Many events we hoped to medal in...we didn't. In the end though, consistency did pay off.Interestingly, the 3rd place teams in both divisions had less medals than is typical for their scores and ranks - Harriton with 7 and Community with 5. Notably, Community finished between 7th and 11th in 13 different events.
Actually, Troy won the first time they went to nats, but otherwise this may be true, and it certainly is when applying to 2000 and beyond.I am incredibly impressed by Mason's national showing. They probably are the best performing first-time nationals team ever. It looks like Ohio may have four powerhouse teams in the years to come, if Mason can keep the momentum from a strong nationals showing.
Congrats to the winners of C, Troy!
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