IT WAS EPICALLY AWESOME!!!So the Solon invitational is for BOTH B and C divisions? AWESOME.
The online results are correct. The regional supervisor stated that he made a mistake - the results were from that Saturday and were tentative.Do you know what the discrepancy is? I am pretty confident that I remember hearing Beachwood's name first and then Perry for 7th school and 6th school respectively. Also, as I look at protein modeling, I believe it is not the same as that Saturday's announcement either. I don't mean to be rude, but I'm curious to know which is correct.The official scores have been posted to http://cwru-scioly.heroku.com.Can you post the results or a link where i can find them im in Ohio and want to know if my team got to states
KentuckyFan is almost entirely correct -- except Beachwood and Perry should be swapped.
Okay, thank you. I was wondering because one of the placings directly effected us. Also, for all who were wondering, the state schedule is now online. Here: http://www.continuinged.ohio-state.edu/scioly/The online results are correct. The regional supervisor stated that he made a mistake - the results were from that Saturday and were tentative....
Angstrom, the quality of Ohio's invitationals is often praised because these competitions are not often taken lightly. In fact, some would argue that these invitationals, given the experience of the coaches, have been known to run better than many Regional competitions. After all, when teams such as Centerville, Mentor, and Solon, (not to mention the dozens of other high-quality Ohio teams) write tests for invitationals, they are often challenging and spread the scores well. Also, these invitationals have been running regularly. Northmont, Mentor, and Solon have been running invitationals for quite a while. Although WLS is a relatively new invitational, the Ohio invitational "model" has been there for ages. Kudos to WLS for running a smooth invitational.As a member of the Texas delegation, I was amazed by the quality - everything was run on time, every test was, if not well-written, at least there (I would say they all were well-written, and all the ones I encountered were, but one of my teammates has a number of complaints about one particular test so it wouldn't be accurate). More so, the fact that every single team seemed dedicated and prepared really boosted the atmosphere.
Finally: the awards ceremony. It started at 4:00! And it started not just on time, but early (so much so we arrived in the middle of Disease )!! And it ended in 45 minutes! This was, to all of us, amazing.
I'm not a decision-maker on our team, but I think the general feeling is that we want to go back. And I, for one, loved it.
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