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Re: Missouri 2011

Post by azhou » March 1st, 2011, 7:33 pm

hahagooman2 wrote: Anyways, here are the results from regional 6, division C.

1. Ladue (58)
2. John Burroughs (64)
3. Lafayette (77)
4. MICDS A (92)

Like I said before, John Burroughs is a really competitive team. The six point margin was, honestly, very uncomfortable for us. Seeing as this is only their second year competiting, I would think that they are a potential qualifier for nationals.
Burroughs kid here.

We were so close to beating you guys at regionals. If our mission possible worked/if I had done decently well at fossils, who knows what would have happened. :?

Thanks for the complements, though. It's kind of interesting seeing Ladue's perspective on all this.


On a side note, is your former coach still working with you guys? I saw him a lot at the competition and was wondering what he was doing...

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Re: Missouri 2011

Post by hahagooman2 » March 1st, 2011, 8:31 pm

Yeah, the margin at regionals was really close. The guy you saw at scioly regionals was probably Dr. Middleton. He was, I guess, our "coach" last year since we couldn't even find a sponsor at our school. So one of our seniors last year's dad step up and sponsored us. He had to go through all the mess of applying to become a faculty of the school and all just to be eligible. :shock: It was really nice of him to do that for us. As for last weekend, he was just nice enough to come out and help (since he's pretty experienced).

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Re: Missouri 2011

Post by EpicFailOlympian » March 12th, 2011, 1:42 pm

Eh...Ladue dominated at Mathcounts today AGAIN. Your school is very competitive, especially that Yang Liu dude, who got EVERY problem right. :shock:
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Re: Missouri 2011

Post by AlphaTauri » March 13th, 2011, 7:22 am

Whoa, perfect score? Was this at Chapter/Region/District/whatever you call it, or States?
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Re: Missouri 2011

Post by EpicFailOlympian » March 13th, 2011, 2:23 pm

AlphaTauri wrote:Whoa, perfect score? Was this at Chapter/Region/District/whatever you call it, or States?
States. I did only like half of the problems...now I feel really slow and stupid :oops:
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Re: Missouri 2011

Post by blazer » March 23rd, 2011, 3:03 pm

Any guesses on state results? Who will make nationals?
Regionals: 1st Robot Arm, 1st Thermodynamics, 1st Experimental Design, 1st Chem Lab, 2nd Forestry, 4th Gravity Vehicle, 5th Optics
State: 1st Robot Arm, 1st Gravity Vehicle, 1st Optics, 1st Chem Lab, 2nd Experimental Design, 3rd Thermodynamics, 6th Forestry
Nationals: Tie for 1st Robot Arm

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Re: Missouri 2011

Post by Gillen » April 15th, 2011, 1:24 pm

Everybody ready for State tomorrow? Good luck to everyone competing!

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Re: Missouri 2011

Post by EpicFailOlympian » April 16th, 2011, 4:26 pm

Well, states is over, so gratz to Ladue & Pembroke Hill for getting 2nd & 1st place in Div. B and the other way around in C. I was sad that Bottle Rockets was cancelled, I thought I made a pretty good one last night.

Gillen: Which school do you go to? I heard Platte something called in C. How did you do?
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Re: Missouri 2011

Post by Gillen » April 16th, 2011, 4:32 pm

I was on Platte County. We got sixth as a team, and I got first in astronomy and microbe, third in sound of music, and fifth in remote.

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Re: Missouri 2011

Post by shine09 » April 16th, 2011, 6:59 pm

EpicFailOlympian wrote:Eh...Ladue dominated at Mathcounts today AGAIN. Your school is very competitive, especially that Yang Liu dude, who got EVERY problem right. :shock:
I have a feeling I saw you today at states. Were you the one that said hi to Yang and I as we were walking next to the stairs near Strickland?

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