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Re: New York 2019

Post by ET2020 » February 20th, 2019, 3:36 pm

Where can the results to this poll be found? I'd like to see what people are saying.
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Re: New York 2019

Post by lumosityfan » February 20th, 2019, 3:47 pm

ET2020 wrote:Where can the results to this poll be found? I'd like to see what people are saying.
I'll probably be posting every 2 to 3 days or so (or whenever I have time to compile the poll results so far). I'll probably do it like a college basketball poll (so 10 points for 1st, 9 points for 2nd, etc.).
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Re: New York 2019

Post by BroNiSciGuy » February 20th, 2019, 6:45 pm

Here are the 56 HS who qualified for NY Div. C States. They are in alphabetical order. The # after their name indicates how many years in a row they have qualified for the State Champs. The "N" indicates they are considered a New school at States (defined as not being there for the previous 3 years). Being on this list does not mean they will actually be at the State Champs, only that these are the ones who rightly qualified.

Ardsley (10)
Ballston Spa (N)
Bellmore JFK (1)
Bethlehem (6)
Brighton (15)
Brockport (N)
Bronx HS Science (2)
Brooklyn Tech (5)
Camden (3)
Chaminade (11)
Cicero-North Syracuse (9)
Clarence (N)
Clinton (N)
Collegiate School (18)
Columbia (25)
Commack (2)
Division Ave (11)
Fayetteville-Manlius (22)
Fox Lane (5)
Great Neck South (8)
Greeley, Horace (N)
Half Hollow Hills E (13)
Hauppauge (N)
Hicksville (14)
Hunter College (2)
Island Trees (N)
Islip (6)
Ithaca (1)
Jamesville-Dewitt (23)
Jay, John (Cross River) (5)
Jay, John (Hopewell Junction) (10)
Jericho (3)
Kellenberg Mem. (23)
Kenmore West (N)
Mount Academy (8)
Onterora (4)
Penfield (4)
Pittsford Sutherland (5)
Plattsburgh (11)
Port Jefferson (1)
Roslyn (6)
Scarsdale (3)
Schreiber (1)
Spackenkill (22)
St. Joseph's Collegiate (12)
Staten Island Tech (5)
Stuyvesant (17)
Syosset (14)
Townsend Harris (14)
Trinity School (N)
Vestal (25)
Ward Melville (5)
Williams, H.C., Canton (2)
Williamsville East (12)
Williamsville North (3)
Yonkers (1)
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Re: New York 2019

Post by Trumpets » February 20th, 2019, 10:05 pm

My predictions:
1. FM - these past few years they've always been put behind the other two and still pulled through
2. Ward - I want to see this upset
3. Columbia - self explanatory
4. Stuy - decent Cornell performance
5. GNS - decent past years
6. Syo - guessing after this point
7. Mount
8. Kellen
9. Cham
10. Spaken
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Re: New York 2019

Post by sophisSyo » February 21st, 2019, 8:34 am

Trumpets wrote:My predictions:
1. FM - these past few years they've always been put behind the other two and still pulled through
2. Ward - I want to see this upset
3. Columbia - self explanatory
4. Stuy - decent Cornell performance
5. GNS - decent past years
6. Syo - guessing after this point
7. Mount
8. Kellen
9. Charm
10. Spaken
Not gonna lie, seems pretty unrealistic for Columbia to get third at this point. But who knows, they could always accidentally do something stupid (ahem us with Mission last year :cry: ) I guess. But based on performance I still think Columbia would be in top two if not first. You are right about FM though. They tend to do worse at invites and then whack a lot of the competition at states. Also, is Charm referring to Chaminade?
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Re: New York 2019

Post by Giantpants » February 21st, 2019, 9:02 am

sophisSyo wrote: You are right about FM though. They tend to do worse at invites and then whack a lot of the competition at states.
This is true, last year at Cornell they lost to Rustin and Fairfax but won States. Then again, the margin Columbia, and even Ward, beat them by at Columbia was a lot larger than the margin at Cornell 2018. I guess it can go either way with them, but idk if Columbia will be the one to get 3rd.
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Re: New York 2019

Post by lumosityfan » February 21st, 2019, 11:11 pm

Just wanted to note that (and thanks Anomaly and BroNiSciGuy for the tip) I have included a dropdown menu with every States team for you to choose from. Also because of that if you did not choose teams for all 10 slots, I will not count that entry. Feel free to resubmit if you need to make a change: for the purposes of the poll, I will consider your most recent poll entry.
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Re: New York 2019

Post by JasperKota » February 23rd, 2019, 8:02 am

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Re: New York 2019

Post by drcubbin » February 25th, 2019, 1:31 pm

NYC Regionals Div B Update: With the NYC Regionals Div B right around the corner (this Saturday, March 2nd), you should know that the doors will be opening at Grover Cleveland (2127 Himrod St, Ridgewood, NY 11385) at 6:30 - and not a second earlier, so don't bother knocking on the door. For those of you who competed in Div C there a few weeks back, you know it was a nightmare to arrive on time - or shortly thereafter - only to find a very long line due to everything being put through scanners. In fact, many were late for their first events as they did not anticipate this logistical nightmare. To be honest, no one really knew this was going to happen. Sometimes they do scan, and sometimes they don't. Anticipate DO SCAN and get there early so you will get in as quickly as possible. It would be nice for teams to be in their rooms by 7:00am. Please allow those on your teams competing first, to go in the doors first. We don't know yet if they will scan or not, but with rain expected, better to be prepared than unprepared (and get plenty of bags to cover your equipment, binders, etc...) See you there and good luck!!

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Re: New York 2019

Post by Trumpets » March 1st, 2019, 8:11 am

Does anyone know how Protein is going to be run? The schedule has part of it Friday night and then self-schedule Saturday.
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