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Re: New York 2019

Postby syo_astro » December 29th, 2018, 1:55 pm

The formula is # of teams/10, rounded up. As Unome said, until recently a bonus team was awarded if either the 1st or 2nd place team was also 1st or 2nd the year before (or possibly two years before?), but they have done away with bonus teams. Bro. Nigel from Kellenberg compiled a beautiful spreadsheet tracking the entire history of the State tournament, but sadly it was taken down when they put up the new website many years ago and never put back up.
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I believe I or someone else asked him for the file (I honestly forget...not sure who even uploaded it, maybe an admin?) and thankfully put it up on the wiki https://scioly.org/wiki/index.php/New_Y ... te_Results. Not fully up to date now, but it does go way back. Recent years were posted separately as well.
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Re: New York 2019

Postby kate! » December 29th, 2018, 5:34 pm

The formula is # of teams/10, rounded up. As Unome said, until recently a bonus team was awarded if either the 1st or 2nd place team was also 1st or 2nd the year before (or possibly two years before?), but they have done away with bonus teams. Bro. Nigel from Kellenberg compiled a beautiful spreadsheet tracking the entire history of the State tournament, but sadly it was taken down when they put up the new website many years ago and never put back up.
Thanks Flavorflav!

I believe I or someone else asked him for the file (I honestly forget...not sure who even uploaded it, maybe an admin?) and thankfully put it up on the wiki https://scioly.org/wiki/index.php/New_Y ... te_Results. Not fully up to date now, but it does go way back. Recent years were posted separately as well.
They also put a document on the new website of all the past state results like we have in the chart above that section; it had some older results (who went to nats and such from like the 1980s) that we didn't have before.
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Re: New York 2019

Postby kate! » January 26th, 2019, 3:48 pm

Eastern Long Island C Regionals Results:
(Bolded teams will be attending states.)
1. Ward Melville A (31)
2. Half Hollow Hills East A (144)
3. Commack A (154)
4. Earl L. Vandermeulen/Port Jeff A (163)
5. Ward Melville B (179)
6. Hauppage A (194)
7. Islip A (195)

Congratulations to Ward Melville for setting a record of the lowest score ever in the history of the regional!

(Results for other regionals that happened today will be posted when they are updated on Ezra.)
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Last year I knew stuff about amphibians, reptiles, freshwater, and more experiments, yay again!
Now I'm learning stuff about oceanography, saltwater, and birds, yay for the third time!

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Re: New York 2019

Postby syo_astro » January 26th, 2019, 6:18 pm

Eastern Long Island C Regionals Results:
1. Ward Melville A (31)
2. Half Hollow Hills East A (144)
3. Commack A (154)
4. Earl L. Vandermeulen/Port Jeff A (163)
5. Ward Melville B (179)

Congratulations to Ward Melville for setting a record of the lowest score ever in the history of the regional!

(Results for other regionals that happened today will be posted when they are updated on Ezra.)
Props to Ward as usual....Did Islip not make it? :O
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Re: New York 2019

Postby kate! » January 26th, 2019, 6:22 pm

Mid-State C Regionals Results:
1. Fayetteville-Manlius A (40)
2. Jamesville-Dewitt A (107)
3. Clinton A (138)
4. Cicero North Syracuse (154)
5. Camden A (197)
Two years ago I knew stuff about rocks, minerals, experiments, and ecosystems, yay!
Last year I knew stuff about amphibians, reptiles, freshwater, and more experiments, yay again!
Now I'm learning stuff about oceanography, saltwater, and birds, yay for the third time!

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Re: New York 2019

Postby kate! » January 26th, 2019, 6:24 pm

Eastern Long Island C Regionals Results:
1. Ward Melville A (31)
2. Half Hollow Hills East A (144)
3. Commack A (154)
4. Earl L. Vandermeulen/Port Jeff A (163)
5. Ward Melville B (179)

Congratulations to Ward Melville for setting a record of the lowest score ever in the history of the regional!

(Results for other regionals that happened today will be posted when they are updated on Ezra.)
Props to Ward as usual....Did Islip not make it? :O
Well, Hauppage got 6th after Ward B so they must have made it. Hauppage beat Islip by 1 point and I'm not quite sure how many teams are allowed to go to states, so maybe, maybe not. I just did top 5 because most people who post results of stuff do that?
Two years ago I knew stuff about rocks, minerals, experiments, and ecosystems, yay!
Last year I knew stuff about amphibians, reptiles, freshwater, and more experiments, yay again!
Now I'm learning stuff about oceanography, saltwater, and birds, yay for the third time!

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Re: New York 2019

Postby syo_astro » January 26th, 2019, 7:55 pm

Well, Hauppage got 6th after Ward B so they must have made it. Hauppage beat Islip by 1 point and I'm not quite sure how many teams are allowed to go to states, so maybe, maybe not. I just did top 5 because most people who post results of stuff do that?
Yeah, fair, just personally curious / surprised. It really depends who posts, but sometimes people also post who's going to states (which obvs if you're not sure nbd). I would've figured ELI also had enough to send 6, but no guarantee of that true.
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Re: New York 2019

Postby Flavorflav » January 27th, 2019, 6:58 am

ELI got six, the sixth being Hauppauge. Islip did not make it.

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Re: New York 2019

Postby islipscioly » January 27th, 2019, 8:05 am

The top six schools make it to states. Since Ward Melville had two teams in the top five, the B team does not go. Islip is the last team from ELI that will represent the region at states.

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Re: New York 2019

Postby kate! » January 27th, 2019, 8:14 am

The top six schools make it to states. Since Ward Melville had two teams in the top five, the B team does not go. Islip is the last team from ELI that will represent the region at states.
Oh, okay. Thanks for the clarification! I'll update that in my results post.
Two years ago I knew stuff about rocks, minerals, experiments, and ecosystems, yay!
Last year I knew stuff about amphibians, reptiles, freshwater, and more experiments, yay again!
Now I'm learning stuff about oceanography, saltwater, and birds, yay for the third time!


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