Yeah.... I heard that the Write It Do It structure was really easy, and at the beginning, some builders actually cheated and got some quick looks at the structure. (Apparently, one builder on another team was pretending not to look at the structure, but in actuality, he was peeking at it. However, he did not place.)I heard in Write It Do It some of the students actually saw the structure they were going to build...my team didn't do so well in that (Mesa Verde).
In Ornithology, my partner put "marshal bliss" for the Red-throated Loon question.
It was an awesome day, I concur. Head up: I'm from Pioneer, but strange thing is that last year at regionals, we lost to El Rancho by one point. This year, we're first at regionals and probably made you guys a bit mad. (btw, it's the first time we've ever trophied at state) There's always next time, unless you're graduating from middle school this year like me...Overall, I really enjoyed the competition. And the supervisors at in STATE was better then at Regionals. I felt that they actually knew what they were talking about.
Although, I never really did get to meet sean9keegan.
But I think it was ran pretty well. I still can't get over the fact that my team lost by 1 point!!! The 6th place trophy will be mine next year!!!
Actually, last year, Troy only beat North Hollywood by 10 or so points (110-120 or something like that.) By comparison, Muscatel won by a comortable fifteen-twenty I believe.State has always been close, but that's what's fun. Back when El Rancho was dominating, it was a thrill when Muscatel and Black Mountain did their best to usurp them. And now, everybody is trying to usurp Muscatel and Carmel Valley. It's a great time for Science Olympiad. However, I can't wait for someone to get close to Troy. I would like Division C to be a nail biter, just like Division B.
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